You are invited to join us for our 2018 Prophecy Seminar, Saturday, July 21 from 12-6pm at Idyllwild Town Hall. Separate activities for the kids, light lunch served mid-afternoon.
All Celebrate Recovery meetings are cancelled until further notice. Let us know if we can help other ways. You can call 951-581-0012 for more information.
- Here is the link to the video page and playlist.
We extend our thanks to our symposium speakers, Jeff Grismer and Aaron Hale. Also, thank you to everyone who came to the event, those who helped set up, clean up, ran sound and video equipment, those who ministered to the kids, brought food, designed flyers, distributed flyers, invited family and friends, and those who prayed. We are grateful for the success of this first Creation Symposium and now turn our thoughts and prayers to planning our next event for the summer. More on that later….
Everyone is invited to our Creation Symposium on Saturday, March 17th from 1-5 PM at Idyllwild AG meeting at Idyllwild Town Hall. Creation discussions that confuse facts and fiction ever make you scratch your head? Want to see the Bible in light of scientific facts rather than only emotion and hearsay? Come and let’s explore the facts from God’s Word. We expect to have a great time together, learning more about Creation and how it fits with current scientific facts. Oh, and bring the kids to Creation Kids Camp at the same time and place. (Kids of all ages are welcome) We hope to see you there! Cosmos Photo is by LoganArt on Pixabay CC000
The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Idyllwild is Saturday, November 25th.
Idyllwild Assembly of God church will host a Hot Chocolate and Candy Cane booth. We hope everyone will come by so we can get better acquainted.
Here is a PDF supplied by Mayor Max with all the details of the all-day event with the actual tree lighting ceremony beginning at 4:40 pm. The Idyllwild Town Crier has a recent article that talks about our ceremonial tree and how it is doing.
Women’s Fellowship | Women of Grace
Ladies, come join us in our first Women’s Fellowship, Tuesday, November 21, at 7:30 PM at the Idyllwild Town Hall. We will kick off the Christmas season with spiritual fellowship, make new friends, and enjoy wonderful holiday desserts together. We hope to see you there!
2 Corinthian 5:17 — Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.
I recently ran into people I haven’t seen in some time. Unfortunately, they knew the old me. And though they knew about all the Lord Jesus has done in my life, they wanted to try and remember the man I used to be. But he is nowhere to be found; in fact, he is dead and gone. The regrets of days gone past still linger. But every morning when I rise I put on the new man which was created according to God in true righteousness and holiness. ( Ephesians 4:24) I thank God most every day for rescuing me from the dominion of darkness and bringing me into His wonderful light. Although those regrets from the past can get a little burdensome from time to time, my future is bright and full of hope. What about you? You, too, can be freed from your past sins and be given great hope for your future. Call on the name of Jesus, friend. Thanks for letting me share this with you. — Pastor Mark
You and your friends are always welcome to be with us on Sunday to worship the Lord Jesus. We have grown some and are doing things a little different from the last time you might have been with us. So, drop by and tell us what you think. See you on Sunday at 10am. Blessings, Pastor Mark
While cutting and splitting firewood recently, I discovered something very interesting about this piece of wood. On one side you see nails sticking out. On the other side there is no trace of them. I wondered to myself how many years ago those nails were hammered into the tree that held them. Those nails remained as the tree grew and the nails disappeared from sight, yet they were very much still a part of that tree.
Then I got to thinking how this can be the case with us. Things like those nails are driven into us; unkind words, a broken trust, the loss of a loved one, can cause deep pain. Sometimes we allow things like the nails to get buried, and we just go on with life and pretend it’s not there.These things need to be dealt with, brought into the light. The nails have obviously been in the tree for years yet they appear to be new.
Hurts and wounds can be the same. They may have happened long ago, but it can feel as though it just happened. If not allowed to heal, the pain can remain for years. While we are not exempt from trouble in life, Jesus reminds us He has overcome the world.(John 16:33)Bring your trouble and pain to the wonderful counselor. (Isaiah 9:6) Take a look around you and find a Christian brother or sister to help you. God has not intended that we go it alone. ( Galatians 6:2)
If nothing else, call the phone number on this website. 951-581-0012
Your friends at IAG are here for you!