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5 days ago
Church of the Word

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Breaking down The Word so all that can understand 🙏God Bless you Pastor Matthew Sheffer🛐

I Believe in The Name Of Christ Jesus 🙋‍♀️He is my Savior and Lord over ALL my life and all that concerns me🛐

O Lord it is my desire to be so close to You that when You breath I move💕

O Father raise up our mighty Men Of Valor 🙋‍♀️

Thank You Father for humility 🛐

O forgive us Father🛐

Yes 🙌🏼 Thank You Lord🙏

JESUS CHRIST IS LORD🙋‍♀️

Thank You Jesus 💕

Yes Thank Ya Lord🙋‍♀️

Personal relationship ✝️

Amen 🙏

Hallelujah

Yes train em up 🛐✝️

ALL TO JESUS🙋‍♀️

Where’s the beef 🥩 The Word🙏

Ha ha come on now🙋‍♀️

Daily Bread

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2 weeks ago
Church of the Word

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We’ve reset video feed. If you still see blue graphic you may need to close and reopen FB.

We are sorry for the drop in video - we are working on it!

Loud and clear audio on our end using TV's and phones. Maybe an issue with your device Mark

Please turn up the volume, it’s difficult to hear even with Bluetooth speaker’s.

Thank you, just giving current feedback

Blue graphic is on screen, sound ok

Loud and clear

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2 weeks ago
Church of the Word

How "big" do you want your church to be?
Jesus spent the majority of His time with small groups and it was those few who set out to spread the gospel.
Out of the multitudes, there were 70 and from the 70 there were 12 and from that perhaps his closest inner circle were 3! Christ poured into a small number and they, in turn, grew in grace and that's how Christianity changes the world for the better.
With a saving knowledge of Christ, He expects YOU to grow!
The size of your church doesn't matter. The gospel truth, discipleship, and a love of His Word do.
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Dan, this is sermon from Jan 2. Tomorrow’s will be live

Thank You, Lord for truth!

Hi John!!

I’m confused is there Church tonite?

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3 weeks ago
Church of the Word

Prayer prepares us. It does a work in us and we communicate with God the author and finisher of our faith. God moves and works in our world when His people pray.
Prayer is a sign of a mature Christian, a strong family, and church.
To walk with God is to pray regularly!
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Awesome truth!

Yes 🙌🏼 AND Amen 🙏

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4 weeks ago
Church of the Word

We often think of the time at the beginning of a church service with music and singing as worship but it's so much more than that. Worship is when we come before God to praise Him, to pray, to preach, to repent, communion, and even to lift our sorrows. Worship can happen in the community of believers at church but also in private. Seek the Lord and worship Him! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
Church of the Word

Our response to the message of the gospel impacts more than just ourselves. Our friends, neighbors, and particularly our children can be impacted for eternity.
We invest in our health, our careers, and financial futures, and yet that's all simply temporary. We can have a very real eternal effect on those we love.
We are called to live our lives as if THEIR souls depend on our faithfulness.
It is indeed a matter of (eternal) life and death!
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1 month ago
Church of the Word

A Christian - a follower of Christ - is only saved from their sin when they confess! Baptism can only occur when a sinner confesses and asks our savior for forgiveness.
To be truly free, you must be a slave to Christ and confess your sin.
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Hallelujah!!

How beautiful

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2 months ago
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Church of the Word recently came out victorious in a court case challenging the department of health in our county in Missouri related to its attempt to close down churches while allowing select businesses to remain open.
Our first concern is the preaching of the gospel, not a political movement however pastor Sheffer teaches from God's Word that while the government is an ordained institution designated by God it is to be with a separation of powers because our final authority is God.
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Hey jumping into His Word🙋‍♀️

So thankful for God’s Word!

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2 months ago
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Believers are to tell the good news of God - to testify of HIS goodness, not our success or failures.
Testifying to God's truth, grace and love is a command but also our delightful duty!
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Amen! We must turn from wickedness and cleave to outLord!

So thankful for His Grace!

Amen

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2 months ago
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What an amazing cause for thanksgiving Church of the Word has on Thanksgiving week! We are thanking God for the judge deciding in our favor in an important court case. We were one of three plaintiffs that sued the non elected government agency known as Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services . They were violating the Constitutional principle of separation of powers which was first taught in scripture. Our founding fathers knew that mankind is sinful. There is a sinful desire in the human heart to control and dominate others. This is why our government is separated into three branches, judicial, legislative and executive. I put them in that order as it is found in the Bible:

Isaiah 33:22 (ESV) For the LORD is our judge; the LORD is our lawgiver; the LORD is our king; he will save us.

God alone is good. He alone can be trusted without checks and balances. He alone is our savior. The role of civil government is to restrain evil. It cannot save us.

We praise God for a wise judge and a good attorney. Special thanks to our legal representation, Kim Mathis! This is the press release she sent us:

“A Missouri judge ends public health director tyranny across Missouri. A landmark case brought by Shannon Robinson, Satchmo’s Bar and Grill, and Church of the Word in Fenton, MO, was decided today. The lawsuit challenged regulations issued by the Department of Health and Senior Services that unconstitutionally authorize local medical directors to unilaterally issue rule after rule, order after order, quarantine after quarantine, affecting Missourians, their businesses, schools, schoolchildren and all sectors of Missourian’s lives. Judge Green, sitting in our state’s capitol city, struck down those regulations in a sweeping opinion that leaves no stone unturned.
Judge Green’s order reads: “This case is about whether Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services regulations can abolish representative government in the creation of public health laws, and whether it can authorize closure of a school or assembly based on the unfettered opinion of an unelected official. This court finds it cannot.” The order is in full force as of today, November 22, and requires the Secretary of State to strike the offending regulations that allow for health director tyranny from the state register and Code of State Regulations.
The judge elaborated, striking all regulations that allow the unfettered discretion of local health authorities to issue public health orders and close schools and businesses. He further recognized that quarantine orders from local health authorities that exclude healthy children from school are invalid, noting that children can only be excluded from school based on an existing state regulation not at issue in the case. That regulation (19 CSR 20-20.030) provides that only those students who are in a position to transmit an illness, such as those that are contagious (not those simply exposed to an illness) can be excluded, and must be permitted to return to school if not contagious according to their doctor.
“When the legislative and executive powers are united in the same person. . .there can be no liberty,” the order states. Further, Judge Green adopted the maxim set forth by Michigan Justice Viviano, “It is incumbent on the courts to ensure decisions are made according to the rule of law, not hysteria. . . .One hopes that this great principle – essential to any free society, including ours – will not itself become yet another casualty of COVID-19.” He also found that the regulations allowing health-director rule “break our three-branch system of government in ways that a middle school civics student would recognize.”
The Judge not only ordered that the regulations be stricken from the register, but also that all existing health orders issued by local health authorities are “null and void.”
The Judge cautioned any local legislative body that prior to enacting any orders or ordinances relating to public health, pursuant to existing state law, the proposed provisions must be “so necessary that a violation of the law justifies applicable criminal sanctions.”
“It is an exciting, momentous occasion in our state. Missouri can return to the constitutional principles of a three-branch system: Executive, Judicial and Legislative. It is high time for our executive branch to stay in its lane and stop acting as a legislative branch,” said Shannon Robinson, leader of St. Louis County Supporting Kids and Community.
Ben Brown of Satchmo’s Bar and Grill said, “The result is tyranny, and it is over. It is time for our businesses, schools and residents to embrace the freedom that this decision provides. It is time to make masks optional, end needless quarantines of Missouri’s children, and go back to living productive lives while allowing individuals the freedom to choose how and when they interact with others based on each person’s or family’s personal decisions.”
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So thankful. Making the constitution great again.

Thank you Father for giving favor to those who were bold enough to stand up for their rights according to the Word of God.

❤️ 🎉 Thank you for standing up for the church and our country!

Hallelujah IT IS WRITTEN ✝️ Thank You Lord for a Pastor who stands up to protect his congregation just like Jesus Shepard His sheep✝️ God Bless you Pastor Matthew Sheffer💪🏼 glad to be on your team❤️TEAM JESUS🙏

Praise the Lord!!!

Love this!

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2 months ago
Church of the Word

The desire of our little church or any church that wants to be favored of the Lord is not to please the community or ourselves but to please Him.
What is it that the Lord finds attractive? What is it that the Lord finds beautiful in His church?
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Oh,! what a beautiful church!

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2 months ago
Church of the Word

Sunday 11-21 is our first service in our new location at 1037 New Sugar Creek Rd! (Just .8 of a mile from our previous location!)
We are thankful for God’s provision of this newer, bigger building but what hasn’t changed is our commitment to the teaching of God’s word and the fellowship of His people!
We welcome you.
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Sunday 11-21 is our first service in our new location at 1037 New Sugar Creek Rd! (Just .8 of a mile from our previous location!)
We are thankful for God’s provision of this newer, bigger building but what hasn’t changed is our commitment to the teaching of God’s word and the fellowship of His people!
We welcome you.
2 months ago
Church of the Word

While our first service in our new location at 1037 New Sugar Creek Rd is this coming Sunday - tonight is our first official gathering… Wednesday night Bible study

#biblestudy #biblestudyfellowship #studywithus
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While our first service in our new location at 1037 New Sugar Creek Rd is this coming Sunday - tonight is our first official gathering… Wednesday night Bible study 

 #biblestudy #biblestudyfellowship #studywithus
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