Phoenix First Apostolic Church

Phoenix First Apostolic Church
Phoenix First Apostolic Church is listed in the Churches Apostolic category in Phoenix, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Phoenix First Apostolic Church which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Phoenix First Apostolic Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for Phoenix First Apostolic Church is:
749 E Baseline Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85042
(602) 268-5031

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Phoenix First Apostolic Church has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Phoenix First Apostolic Church has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Phoenix, Arizona is 38 and in the Churches Apostolic category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Part of our Worship Matter 2016! Don't forget that Worship Matters 2017 is this upcoming Thursday, Friday, and Saturday! You don't have to be a musician to come, all you have to have is the desire to be a Worshiper. Visit our website to Register! This year is going to be Awesome!

Instead of turning to God, we procrastinate, pass the buck, and worry. When we don't turn to God, we take control - worry is the opposite of faith.

4- El oyente conectado. Cayó la palabra, la semilla en buena tierra. No importa ningún chisme o crítica, este oyente sigue adelante. Sigue conectado en cualquier circunstancias de la vida con el Señor Jesús.

Que tu espiritu descienda. Aqui cuidamos tu presencia. El fuego de tu espíritu no se apagara.

Jesus teaches us through miracles, like the time He fed a multitude with only a little food. To turn a little into a lot, you must: 1) Identify the problem. Every miracle begins with a problem. 2) Accept responsibility for the problem. God wants to be concerned about the situation - He didn't feed the multitude until the disciples got worried. 3) Do what you can with what you have. Jesus sent the disciples to find the food that was in the crowd. Listen to the whole message here:

Thriving In Tough Times…

@tiny_karina thank you for watching!

Too many Christians try to fight the devil without bullets in their spiritual gun. we need meditation, prayer, & God's word to be victorious

What matters to us matters to Jesus. He cares about the small problems & big ones. If it concerns us, it concerns Him. #CrisisManager #PFAC

Our problems are Jesus' possibilities. They are opportunities for Jesus to be powerful on our behalf. #CrisisManager