Pentecostal churches in Norton, VA

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Pentecostal Churches in or near Norton, Virginia VA

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:33 PM]
Charles they said that there were 2 Church of God and 1 AG, but they went to Roger’s Pentecostal church on top of the hill. They were Pentecostal – “it was all they knew growing up in the buckle of the Bible Belt”

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:34 PM]
I see at least 3 COGOP here,+VA+Pentecostal/@37.0133325,-82.6297034,11z/data=!3m1!4b1

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:36 PM]
Charles bet ya it was the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church being on a hill and all

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:37 PM]
It was most definitely NOT the Beverly Hills Pentecostal AG of Norton, VA. That’s the one Rick Wadholm Jr goes to in his free time 🙂

Charles Page [08/05/2015 2:40 PM]
six apostolic churches many trinitarian pentecostal churches

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:42 PM]
Pastor: Roger Barker. New Assembly Pentecostal Church 542 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 1232, Norton, VA 24273 276-328-6835.

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:42 PM]
Roger Barker pastor at the LIghthouse in Wise, VA

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:43 PM]
told ya it had to be the Lighthouse on top of a hill

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:44 PM]
Charles Page there’s also 4 first baptists: First Baptist Church
P.O. Box 296, Big Stone Gap, VA 24219
Physical: 108 Wood Avenue
Pastor: Dr. Garrett Sheldon

First Baptist Church
P.O. Box 499, Norton, VA 24273
276-679-1235; 276-679-3059 FAX
Location: 9th Street & Virginia Avenue

First Baptist Church
3103 4th Avenue, St. Paul, VA 24283

First Baptist Church of Coeburn
P.O. Box 336, Coeburn, VA 24230
Location: 701 Front Street

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:44 PM]
hey now – here’s your folks Baptist (Primitive Baptist)

Cadet Primitive Baptist Church
1716 Dawson Ave., W., Big Stone Gap, VA 24219

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:45 PM]
what exactly is Baptist (Regular Baptist)? are the rest irregular or not so regular? is there degree of regularity among baptists?

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 2:47 PM]
The Church to GO TO The Holiness Church of God in Jesus Name at Big Stone Gap, VA 276-523-3573 Rick Wadholm Jr Alan N Carla Smith Timothy Carter John Earp John Ruffle

Charles Page [08/05/2015 3:17 PM]
The regular Baptist did not support the great awakening and the Separate Baptist did and that caused a division among American Baptist. The Separates became “new light” churches associated with the GA, they were somewhat Calvinist and were the forerunners of the “Lordship salvation” group.

The General Baptist and free Will Baptist were distinctly Arminian

The Primitive Baptist separated from the Baptist who held to an organized mission movement (conventions and boards etc)

The Triennial Convention sparked a lot of controversy over Baptist congregations as to their authority.

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 3:19 PM]
and then southern baptist, free-will baptist and so on…

Charles Page [08/05/2015 3:21 PM]
Southern Baptist started in 1850 over the divide of the Northern Baptist and slavery.

Charles Page [08/05/2015 3:22 PM]
I still have my Elmer Odum Church history Lee textbook…old and well worn!

John Kissinger [08/13/2015 4:12 PM]
Charles Page John Ruffle Alan N Carla Smith Joey Elia Timothy Carter David M. Hinsen Steve Webb here we go as promissed – best cat fish samich in WV

Charles Page [08/13/2015 5:36 PM]
bet that is good! I’d like to teach you some good theology at one of their table serving of some good catfish!!!

John Kissinger [08/13/2015 5:37 PM]
you probably mean theology of fishing 🙂

Charles Page [08/13/2015 5:41 PM]
theology is the study of God and is a grand study.

John Kissinger [08/13/2015 6:00 PM]
Jesus said He’ll make us not theologians of men but fishermen of men 🙂

Charles Page [08/13/2015 6:02 PM]
if your theology is authentic it is assumed you will be fisher of men.

John Kissinger [08/13/2015 6:08 PM]
and an eater of fish – if Charles Page dont like the gospel bird, but we may doubt his salvific experience Alan N Carla Smith

Pentecostal Theology [08/13/2015 6:46 PM]
Jakes is also getting heat from Joseph Mattera for the following statements:
– “We no longer look for public policy to reflect biblical ethics.”
– “the church bought into the lie that America is a Christian nation”
– “we need a neutralized government that protects our right to disagree with one another and agree with one another”

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