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Saturday English Service : September 16, 2006

Biographical Sketch : Pastor James Jorgensen

Pastor Jim Jorgensen has been in full time ministry since 1993 He and is the President of Sound the Trumpet Ministries International, a missions agency that is affecting local and global communities through youth and children’s, medical, and construction outreaches, as well as, bringing forth the heart of God through the apostolic, prophetic and worship. Pastor Jorgensen has a powerful prophetic and preaching trans-local ministry throughout New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. Read More »

Sermon September 3, 2006 (afternoon) : Isaiah 45:1-12

I’d like you to turn to your Bibles today to Isaiah chapter 45, verse 1 to 12. Father we thank you. We thank you for your presence today. We pray that you will move by your Holy Spirit and pray in the name of Jesus that you will anoint this message and every person that hears will be changed and transformed and blessed by your spirit. We thank you Lord. We give you all glory and all honor, in the name of Jesus. Amen.  Read More »

Sermon September 2, 2006 : Ephesians 2:8-10

Turn with me very quickly to Ephesians chapter 2 and let’s go to verse 8. Just for your information, those who are here and I add my own word of welcome to all of you, thanks for being here tonight and we’re blessed to have you.  Read More »

Saturday English Service : September 9, 2006

Sermon August 12, 2006 : Ephesians 1:15-23 (Part 5)

Let’s go to the Letter to the Ephesians, you know, that we’re studying this letter as we go and I’ve been out of the scene for about three weeks, three Saturdays.  Read More »

Sunday Video Presentations : September 3, 2006

Saturday English Service : September 2, 2006

Saturday English Service : August 12, 2006

Sermon August 5, 2006 : Ephesians 2: 19-22

Tonight I’m talking tonight about, we’re talking tonight about being an outsider, being uncomfortable, being a little how shall be say, feeling like a stranger, feeling like things just aren’t good or easy or something like that.  Read More »