We are pleased to announce that  Faith Bible Church will sponsor Justin Peters as he visits our area June 13-16 at 7:00 PM each evening  presenting, “A CAll FOR DISCERNMENT,”  a seminar that you will not want to miss.

Seminar Location:

  North Warren Presbyterian Church
 200 S. State St., North Warren, PA 16365

7:00 PM each evening.

6/13/10 Introductory Session:  Why Discernment?  
6/14/10 Session 1:  Dangerous Doctrines                       
6/15/10 Session 2:  Mangled Manifestations                  
6/16/10 Session 3:  The Hurt of Healing                          

“A Call For Discernment” is a Biblical critique of the Word of Faith Movement.  Otherwise known as the Health & Wealth, Name It and Claim It, or Prosperity Gospel.

If you have ever wondered about any of these teachings, Justin Peters will clarify them for you.  You will discover the truth about the “Prosperity Gospel” as the plumb line of  God’s Word is dropped alongside its claims and teachings.

You will see video clips of teachings from some of the following  teachers:  Joel Osteen, Gloria and Kenneth Copeland, Joyce Meyers, and Benny Hinn. 

Acts 17: 11 “For they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the Scriptures daily to see whether those things were so.”

Justin Peters Ministries

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Justin Peters preached at Faith Bible Church on Sunday June 13, 2010.  His message was “Are You a Jew?” and was very interesting as he showed us from the Word how God calls those He desires and opens their eyes to spiritual things.  You can listen to this message by clicking on the link below:

Are You a Jew? by Justin Peters

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