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Pas Invites You to Coffee & Christ

Pas Invites You to Coffee & Christ

Coffee & Christ is a Church Without Walls Bible Study! You will personally engage with the sermons I preached on Sunday to discover for yourselves how to authentically live out what the Bible says and means. The name “Coffee & Christ” expresses the relaxed and conversational small group atmosphere. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us on Tuesdays at 7pm in our FB Group: Small Groups.

Be encouraged.

Click here for more information and to register for Coffee & Christ. 

PSA from Pas: Lets stay connected via FB Groups

PSA from Pas: Lets stay connected via FB Groups

Amid the COVID-19 season of adhering to social distancing measures, we want you to remain connected. In one of our Facebook groups, you can find a place to belong, receive encouragement, experience authentic community and spiritual growth. We currently offer community groups for men, women, youth, children, young adults, and marriage. Check it out online. Look at it as the hallways and fellowship halls on our campuses and get in on the conversation.

Be encouraged.

PSA from Pas: Official Information Coming from TCWW

PSA from Pas: Official Information Coming from TCWW

Church, during this time, where we are physically distant from each other, we want you to remain vigilant in where you are consuming your information regarding COVID-19 and our church. We want you to stay connected by reaching out to other church members, receiving the calls coming from my staff and your deacons who are praying with you, and staying connected with the official information coming from the church. Any official information from me (or my leadership team) will come via our website first, then eblast, text, and our social media platforms.

Be encouraged.

Pastor West Encourages Us to Take Care of Ourselves Amid Covid-19

Pastor West Encourages Us to Take Care of Ourselves Amid Covid-19

Church family, allow me to give you a few facts that a bright light has shined upon in the last couple of weeks and has been on my mind and heart about the novel Coronavirus. According to the Center for Disease Control, health disparities are differences in health outcomes and their causes among groups of people. Disparities in the African American community are not new to us, however the news of how COVID-19 is disproportionately impacting us, is.

It’s not that we are getting infected more, it’s that when we do, we are more likely to end up in ICU and succumb to COVID-19 due to underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, and obesity. Astounding, I’d say. Other reasons for disparities in our communities are social economic conditions, health-care access, distrust of the medical community, and multigenerational families in the same house, which makes it impossible for social distancing.

Furthermore, minorities usually have jobs that put them on the front-line in essential roles such as doctors, nurses, radiation technicians, housekeeping, and even retail. Accompanying these facts, the Harris County health officials named zip code, 77084, the zip code of our Queenston campus one of the zip codes with the highest number of COVID-19 cases.

Family, I’m not saying all of this to alarm you, but to ask you to take care of yourself. The way we handle this is by preventing ourselves, and others from getting sick; helping to slow down the spread of the Coronavirus and making sure people who need help can get it. You can find resources here on our website that can help you during this time.

Be encouraged.

-Pas

Important Messages From Pastor West

Join us for Life Hacks – Small Groups Online Series

Join us for Life Hacks – Small Groups Online Series

We all get excited to hear about a life hack that can help us maneuver through everyday life a little better? Well, what if you found out you can have access to a wealth of life hacks that can help you navigate not just your typical day, but your WHOLE life better? During the Life Hack series, we will explore the Bible and discover real life advice that will help you navigate life.

You will connect and interact with your virtual small group via Zoom meetings and conference calls. We have a study for everyone. Sessions begin May 11th. Click here to view schedule. 

Life Hacks Studies:

  • Breaking Free from Fear

  • Having a Real Relationship with God

  • Jesus: Listening for His Voice

  • Living Victoriously in Difficult Times

  • The Essentials of Effective Prayer

The Church Without Walls wants to celebrate Moms

The Church Without Walls wants to celebrate Moms

This Mother’s Day is unique, much like your Mother, who has made life memorable for you. We would like to celebrate phenomenal Mothers with photos of her or a video of you or your children answering one or the following questions:

“What my Mother means to me?”

“What is the most memorable moment you can recall with your Mother?”

Submission deadline: April 27, 2020. Click here for video instructions and to upload photos. 

The Same God

The Same God

One hundred four days into the New Year, and we are living in a national/international pandemic. Our normalcy, which we have taken for granted, has been shifted greatly by COVID-19. We have been asked by our government officials to stay in our homes, and only leave if there is a vital need. These needs may include grocery store shopping, ordering takeout and running to Walmart or Target for hygiene products. In addition to these new standards, if it is necessary to be outside of the house, we should put social distancing into practice while remaining six feet away from anyone in our vicinity. The places where we often frequent have become mighty awkward in response to this pandemic; it is obvious that we are living in a strange land! 

In the book of Daniel chapter 3, King Nebuchadnezzar commanded the presence of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. His astrologers, magicians, and satraps have notified Nebuchadnezzar that these exiles will not bow, nor bend before the god that you have made. The King reinforces the Babylonian law to these young men, “when you hear the sound of the horn, flute, zither, lyre, harp, pipe, and all kinds of music, if you are ready to fall down and worship the image I made, very good. But if you do not worship it, you will be thrown immediately into a blazing furnace.” They replied to the King by saying, “King Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and He will deliver us from Your Majesty’s hand.”

These three Hebrew young men were aliens in a foreign land, they had been relocated from Jerusalem and separated from their families, but they refuse to be dislocated from their God. We are essential during times such as these because we are the great cloud of witnesses that serve a God who specializes in things that seem impossible. We must not allow our present circumstances to distort our honor, worship, and praise to the Savior. God is the same God in Jerusalem that He was in Babylon. God is the same God during 9/11, Columbine, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Harvey, and He’s the same God during this worldwide pandemic!

Be Encouraged!

by: Ralphael West

A Message Regarding The Coronavirus

A Message Regarding The Coronavirus

The Church Without Walls is praying and working diligently to protect our congregation and taking every precaution to ensure that our worship services follow CDC guidelines.

When greeting one another, instead of hugs and handshakes, greet using elbow bumps or wave ?? with a smile.

For further protection, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, stay home when you are sick, and do not bring children who are sick to the nursery, KWOW children’s area or Ignite Youth.

We will continue to pray and monitor updates.

Celebrate With Us at The Church Without Walls

Celebrate With Us at The Church Without Walls

We are excited to celebrate our Pastor’s 32nd Pastoral Anniversary! As a church family, we are committed to demonstrating our love and appreciation to a man who has dedicated his life to preaching the Gospel. He’s a teacher and a life-long student of the Word of God, delivering a message that his audience can receive, learn, and grow. Pastor West, affectionately known as Pas celebrates many years of serving his congregation and working alongside them for winning souls to Jesus Christ. He gives himself tirelessly to members in our congregation during times of need in person and by phone, not to mention the day-and-night availability to other pastors who seek his counsel.

Our members and non-members often share what his pastoring has meant on their spiritual journey. “The concern and care he shows for me and my family, means a lot.” One member shared, ‘When he called me after my mom passed, that meant the world to me and I’ll never forget him for that.” Another member shared, “Please let Pastor West know that he is reaching people and impacting lives beyond Hous­ton, Texas. I watch on line and record his broadcast every Sunday:·

Pastor West is the most loving and nurturing Shepherd we could ask for. We are here. because you were there! We love you, Pas! Congratulations on your 32nd Pastoral Anniversary!

Join the celebration on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 7pm on our Queenston Campus with guest preacher, Dr Remus Wright from The Fountain of Praise. And Sunday, October 13, 2019 with guest preacher, Dr Joe S. Ratliff from Brentwood Baptist Church.