Apple Valley Worship Center

Apple Valley Worship Center
Apple Valley Worship Center is listed in the Churches Pentecostal category in Southington, Connecticut. Displayed below is the only current social network for Apple Valley Worship Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Apple Valley Worship Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for Apple Valley Worship Center is:
594 W Center Street Ext
Southington, CT 06489
(860) 628-5329

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Apple Valley Worship Center has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Apple Valley Worship Center has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Southington, Connecticut is 41 and in the Churches Pentecostal category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Snacks for the Soul - November 15, 2017 Hosea 4 “Danger of Spiritual Harlotry” There is no restraint on sin in the context of spiritual harlotry. Why? “…Because there is no faithfulness or kindness Or knowledge of God in the land.” (1c) When increase is sought in the church by aligning with this world and its ways, sin abounds in the church without God’s loving hand of correction. Some pastors have become experts in various fields, but their service reflects the corruption of the church. Their apparent success is a generation away from failure because God says, “…Since you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children.” (6c). Sadly, the impact of spiritual harlotry leads to an intoxication of her perceptions resulting in even further unfaithfulness to God. May God give us people and leaders who faithfully pursue God, His Word and walk in what He reveals to them.

Snacks for the Soul - November 15, 2017 Acts 2:27-41 “The Key to Lasting Revival” After a fiercely convicting message, those seeking salvation cried out, “…'Brethren, what shall we do?'” (37a). These five words reflect a surrender to God opening doors to a great revival. Peter called them to “…Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the Holy Spirit.’” (38b). He also warned “…’Be saved from this perverse generation!’” (40b). Three thousand people were added to the church that day. This brand of repentance included separation from the influence of an ungodly world and, therefore, led to a great move of God in His church. May God give us the grace to ask, “What shall we do”!

Snacks for the Soul - November 14, 2017 Hosea 3 “From Slavery to Freedom” This man was commanded to buy back his wife who had become enslaved by her own unfaithfulness, to illustrate God’s love toward His unfaithful people. She is now owned by another. When the church turns from God to this world and its ways, slavery is inevitable. Yet, in the absence of God’s rule and by the unsatisfying nature of this world and all it offers, God awakens us with His love and redeems us from slavery. I pray for a great expression of God’s love on us today freeing us from all our slavery and restoring us to a faithful relationship with God and His Son.

Snacks for the Soul - November 14, 2017 Acts 2:14-36 “The Role of the Holy Spirit” The coming of the Holy Spirit drew a big crowd and conflicting perceptions. Peter’s message, based on Scripture, brought clarity. God’s Spirit is given regardless of gender, age, economic status or ethnicity. This brings salvation from sin and enters us into the supernatural realm based on His person and work. The infilling of the Holy Spirit results in empowerment for service, miracles, acceptable worship and effective evangelism (17-21). Like Jesus, in God’s presence we have stability in trials, true joy, praise, hope and a resurrected lifestyle (25-28). Let us surrender to Christ and be filled with the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead.

Snacks for the Soul - November 10, 2017 Hosea 2 “The Path to Success Is Faithfulness to God” Like Israel, the church has engaged in harlotry. She dresses herself to attract this world and forsakes intimacy with God in Christ. By looking to business models for success, she is mastered by idolatry [baals], neglectful of God, and produces illegitimate children. She fails to see God as her sole source investing what He has given her [finaces, time & talents] into worldly plans. God will bring an end to her celebrations and draw [allure] her into the wilderness where she learns dependence on Him alone. Her fruitfulness and hope are restored in the “valley of Achor” [trouble]. Then she will return to her first love and be restored to be God’s people [wife]. In faithfulness to God, the church is restored to a place of His favor, His power, His planting and His people through His compassions!