Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Derek Redmond- 1992 Olympics.....

Derek Anthony Redmond (born 3 September 1965, in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, England) is a retired British athlete. During his career, he held the British record for the 400 meters sprint, and won gold medals in the 4x400 meters relay at the World Championships, European Championships and Commonwealth Games.
However his career was blighted by a series of injuries, and he is best remembered for his performance at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where he tore his hamstring in the 400 meters semi-final but fought through the pain and, with assistance from his father, managed to complete a full lap of the track as the crowd gave him a standing ovation. The incident has become a well-remembered moment in Olympic history, having been the subject of one of the International Olympic Committee's 'Celebrate Humanity' videos and been used in advertisements by Visa as an illustration of the Olympic spirit and featured in Nike's "Courage" commercials in 2008.

Isn’t it wonderful to know that we have a GREAT BIG GOD who will put His arm around us and meet us in the place we need him most.

Monday, August 16, 2010

T. F. Tenny “Some Things I Wish I Could Forget”

24-Tennyforgetlordsaid Some Things I Wish I Could Forget - T.F. Tenney 

Tenney candidly discusses mistakes and difficult situations from his own experience in hopes of preventing others from repeating those mistakes. In sixteen short chapters Tenney covers everything from "Meekness" to "Marriage! Divorce?" to "The Pastor and His Church Board" to "The Glory of Being Number Two." This sequel to his Some Things I Wish I Had Known shares necessary knowledge with every ear that wishes to hear.

Language: English
Copyright: 2006
Number of Pages: 144

23-TennyTFph Author: T.F. Tenney
Reverend Tenney and his wife Thetus make their home in Tioga, Louisiana. They travel nationally and internationally, ministering the message of God's love and power of deliverance to thousands.


Contents 1. The Lucifer spirit, 2. A message to Garcia, 3. Statistics and Computers, 4. Appropriate Dress, 5. Marriage! Divorce?, 6. The high cost of waiting, 7. Death or deep water, 8. Courage with cold feet, 9. Casualties of war, 10. The church is not a carnival, 11. What is Truth?, 12. The believer and his money, 13. The pastor and his church board, 14. The glory of being number two, 15. I have a few questions, 16. The neglected fruit – meekness.


Several years ago I wrote a book entitled Some Things I Wish I Had Known. You hold in your hands the sequel: Some Things I Wish I Could Forget. A little girl once said, “Memory is the thing you forget with.” The past is a good place to learn from but a terrible place to live. I have often said, I might have memories, but I do not have a past. My past is under the blood of Jesus.” However, that does not mean we do not have to deal with its repercussions. I would rather deal any day with a man with poor memory than with a man who has a poor “forgetter.”

This is not a negative book. In the beginning paragraph of each chapter I set forth why I wish I could forget particular experiences in life. I then go on in a positive way to define how I feel these things are to be properly dealt with today. Like Laban of old, I have learned from experience. I only wish I was not such a slow learner. I am honest enough to confess to you here that I have made mistakes. I have said before: A mistake is a tribute to a man who quit talking long enough to try to do something. Many of my mistakes were what we refer to as “honest” ones – I was just trying to do something. I just did not quite do it right.

There’s an old adage that says, “Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it.” So join me as we meander down this path and I discuss with you Some Things I Wish I Could Forget.

T. F. Tenny "The Lord Said...Or Was That Me?"

The Lord Said...Or Was That Me? - T.F. TenneyFrom the bestselling author of Advice to Pastors and Other Saints comes "some more advice . . . unasked for and seldom heeded." Whether your title is pastor, minister, evangelist, youth minister, or saint, your temptations, shortcomings, and struggles are all very similar. T. F. Tenney deals candidly with readers, especially to the minister, about avoiding certain temptations and living as close to Scripture as possible. You will glean much from this unique collection of articles.
Language: English
Copyright: 2004
Number of Pages: 174

Word Aflame Press

23-TennyTFphAuthor: T.F. Tenney
Reverend Tenney and his wife Thetus make their home in Tioga, Louisiana. They travel nationally and internationally, ministering the message of God's love and power of deliverance to thousands.
“Through T. T. Tenney’s ministries of pulpit and pen, thousands around the world have been challenged and changed. With his unique clarity and with inimitable warmth, he leads us masterfully on yet another journey through the pages of this book. His caring and authoritative voice, as sensitive as it is wise, resonates from these pages with wit and wisdom, insight and instruction. He has once again compressed a vast amount of knowledge and experience into a book that is consistently interesting, even delightful reading. With proven ability to pinpoint in everyday language what needs to be done, he strikes deep emotional chords and provokes a commitment to action among his audience.”  Anthony Mangum – Pastor, The Pentecostals of Alexandria.

1. The Lord Said…Or Was That Me?, 2. A fresh cry for unity, 3. All over the Word “Is”, 4. All such like as that, 5. Conflict resolution, 6. Do you think you’re committed?, 7. He didn’t have to do It, 8. Humility in leadership, 9. Josephs for this age, 10. Just blowing off a little steam, 11. Let them not eat fish, 12. Let’s Hear it for loyalty, 13. Moral principles in the ministry, 14. Remove not the ancient landmarks, 15. Sin in the camp, 16. Some things I’ve learned, 17. Sometimes a body gets sick, 18. The abusive generation, 19. The celebration of self, 20. The purpose of the Anointing, 21. When it’s time to change train

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Jeff Arnold - “Free From Fear”

 "Free From Fear" - The author reveals to us the defiant world behind the fears we confront, and he teaches us about what we need to overcome. (paper book-135pgs.)
“There are reasons we Fear, and there are forces behind the fears we experience, live with, and fight against. In this book, Rev. J. W. Arnold reveals to us the defiant world behind the fears we confront and he teaches us about what we need to overcome. Do we have access to help?
God, through His Holy Spirit, provides the strength, tools, and protection necessary; we have to be willing to receive and apply the teachings of God’s Word in order to fight these spiritual battles.
Find a path through your own battleground with the help of Rev. Arnold as he teaches – from his unique insight and anointing – how we can, ultimately, be set Free From Fear.”

Arnold, Jeff
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Library Under Construction

While the church is under construction and the logistics of sharing space are being worked out with the Baptist church…the library will continue to be temporarily managed from Sis. Ruth’s home in Brighton. She will be featuring some books and audio’s in our church library blog, if you would like to check out some of our media items, simply contact Sis. Ruth and she will bring the items to the next service. or send a message on this site


1. You need to REGISTER with the library – ask Sis. Ruth for a card. This information is required before any media can be checked out. Please keep this information current. The majority of books are from Sis. Ruth’s personal library. Please be kind and take special care of our media resources.
2. SELECT which media material you would like to check out and contact Sis. Ruth. She will then bring the items to the next service, if available, or put the item on a reservation list. Fill in your name and date on the individual library book card and give to Sis. Ruth. ENJOY!
3. RETURN checked out items on due date (2 weeks) or check w/Sis. Ruth for renewing.
Internet: You can highlight the text below, print (selection only) or (copy & paste), fill out and give to Sis. Ruth at church, e-mail or send message w/required information.


Full Name:___________________________________________________
Date of Birth:_________________________________________________
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If you have any books or media you would like to donate to the church library, please contact Sis. Ruth. (Favorite sermons on cassette can be converted to CD or Mp3 & originals returned to you.)