Quartzsite First Assembly

 
      A Message From Pastor Bruce 
 
 
 
I would like to welcome you to our very unique town of Quartzsite, Arizona. Here you will find exciting places to explore and places to eat. There are local businesses and seasonal vendors from which to shop for that special item for you or a loved one - including tons of rocks!! 
 
As the Pastor of the First Assembly of God Church, I would like to personally invite you to one of our services. We’d like to get to know you, and you to know us. You will find us to be a friendly, loving church that believes the Bible to be the inspired, written word of God; that we are created to worship God in Spirit and in Truth and that we are to help those in need.
 
I look forward to meeting you sometime during your stay in Quartzsite.
 
God Bless,               
Pastor Bruce Swart
 
 
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November 2014


Mon 24 Turning Point at the La Paz County Jail
Christ-centered 12-Step Recovery Program at the La Paz County Jail

Wed 26 Mid-week Bible Study
Get refreshed and encouraged through the study of God's Word with practical application to your life.

Sun 30 Christian Education
Bible based studies to help you grow as a Christian

Sun 30 Morning Worship Service
Join us for a Spirit-led and Spirit-filled time where the Word of God is preached with practical application for daily living.

Sun 30 Sunday Evening Celebration Service
Get ready to face the week ahead through celebrating God in music and the Word.

He Stood beside Me

Read Acts 22:1 through 24:27

When Steve came to church after an absence of several Sundays, Sue welcomed him and told him she’d missed him. “I was in drug rehab—for the thirteenth time,” he explained. Touched by his openness, she assured him she would pray him.

Like Steve, Saul, later known as Paul, found himself in a difficult position. He had been traveling to Damascus to arrest Christians when an encounter with Jesus left him blind. Christians in Damascus were afraid of Saul. Fortunately, God sent one to pray for Saul. That Christian was Ananias.

“He stood beside me and said, ‘Brother Saul, receive your sight!’ And at that very moment I was able to see him” (Acts 22:13).

Many Christians know someone like Saul or Steve—someone struggling with problems that cause other people to avoid them. Christians should stand beside these people and pray for them. Otherwise, the Church may lose a treasure.

Thought for Today: The difference between success and failure in a friend’s life may be an arm around his shoulder.

Quicklook: Acts 22:6–13


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