Love for others is to be a hallmark trait of Christians. At PFC we hope to teach from God's Word how to love and then to actually live it out by his strength. Here are just a few of the ways in which we look to love those in our lives:
One of the main instructions given to the leaders of the church was to be able to teach. Leaders are also commanded to equip the saints so that they can also carry out the work of the ministry, and this exactly what our skilled teachers desire to do. Whether it's our K-12 Fellowship Christian Academy, our weekly Sunday School, or our ministry to all ages, PFC stands on the never failing truth that is God's Word.
Coming to our services should be a time of worship and fellowship, but also a time of faith strengthening. Sermons are understandable but yet stimulating to the mind with respect to accurate doctrine and are true to the full Gospel of the Bible.
The Great Commission of Matthew 28 tells us that we must be going into all the world, making disciples of persons in all nations. At PFC, we aim to take that seriously by using whatever means we have to promote the good news.
We think globally and act locally. On top of our community outreaches, PFC is advancing toward the future by offering our live services on CDs and branching out into live services on DVD, streaming online, and TV broadcasts in the coming months to spread the gospel as far as God can take it to those needing it across the country and around the globe.
If you have any interest in serving on one of these ministry teams, please see one of our pastors for assistance.
From left to right: Youth Pastor Quenton Wall, Senior Pastor Thomas Wall, and Associate Pastor Johnathan Hopkins