This is in response to the person who is looking for a spirit-filled, caring church. The caller said they are one of the hurting. The person to go to first is Jesus Christ and he will lead to the church that you need. The Bible says to seek first the kingdom of God and all these things will be added to you. So look to God first and he will lead and guide you to the right church.
Someone called SpeakOut looking for a church. The people at the Full Gospel Church on Garfield Street in East Prairie care about people. They are friendly here and help people here. Try it and see if you like it. My church offers all kinds of ministries, including foreign missionaries.
To the caller who is looking for a "caring" church, a small church with a big heart and people who are concerned about eternal souls as well as the world we live in, worship with us and see the difference at Clines Island Baptist Church, 11 miles west on Sikeston on Salcedo Road to AB Highway. Call us at 283-5925.
I would like to respond to the March 20 article, "Help is needed." Call Curtis and Carmen True, pastors of Church On the Rock, at 667-5000.
I am calling regarding the person looking for a spirit-filled church in the March 20 SpeakOut. Try Eastside Church of the Nazarene at 129 Ralph Ave. in Sikeston. They care about lost souls and the sick and hurting.
We've got a church just like the person in SpeakOut is looking for. I'm a member of Elm Street Baptist Church in Charleston. It's a little church with a big heart. Our services begin with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. We'd love to have you.
This is in response to "Help is needed." If you are looking for a good church, where there are spirit-filled, good, caring people, we would love to have you come to our church. Victory Chapel, 120 W. Front St., Sikeston. We are a non-denominational church, small and still building. We have a lot of love for our fellow man. If you have any questions, you can call (573) 887-3219.
I'm calling in regards to the person who is seeking a spirit-filled church. I am a member of the New Life Christian Center on Highway 61 in Morley where Don Russell is pastor. I have honestly never seen a church so spirit-filled and on fire for God. It is such a warm place. Everyone loves everyone, it's like a family. They go out of their way to make people feel welcome. Come and give us a try. We'll just love you.
I'm responding to the person who is looking for a good, spirit-filled church and one who helps the hurting. I have a suggestion. Visit Harbor Light Christian Center in the River Birch Mall. The phone number is 471-3963 and pastors are the Revs. James and Bonnie Beaird. The theme of the church is "Healing the Hurting Through Christ."
This is in regards to the person who is looking for a good, spirit-filled, caring church. My family and I attend Trinity Gospel Church on Wakefield and Davis in Sikeston. I can say that, from experience, we are a spirit-filled, caring church and we would love to have you come fellowship with us and give us a try.