WELCOME

TERRACE HEIGHTS ASSEMBLY OF GOD
IN THIS PLACE
ARE YOU IN A PLACE OF DISCOURAGEMENT?
Jacob probably didn’t expect to meet God out in the middle of nowhere, fleeing for his life after double-crossing his brother. But there God revealed Himself and unfolded wonderful plans for the future! Then Jacob declared, “Surely the Lord is in THIS PLACE, and I knew it not.”
 
 
ARE YOU IN A PLACE OF CURIOSITY?
Zacchaeus “wanted to see who Jesus was.” So he climbed a tree for a better view. Jesus singled him out and followed him home. There Jesus told him, “Today salvation has come to THIS HOUSE.”
 
 
ARE YOU IN A PLACE OF EMPTINESS?
Solomon built a house and invited God to move in. The One whom even the heavens cannot contain filled the temple with His glory. He said, “I have heard your prayer and have chosen THIS PLACE for myself.”
 
 
ARE YOU IN A READY-FOR-MORE PLACE?
The early followers of Jesus had received a promise of something more. “When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole HOUSE where they were sitting.
 
WHEREVER YOU ARE SITTING SPIRITUALLY, WE WELCOME YOU TO GATHER WITH US.
WE BELIEVE GOD MEETS US WHERE WE ARE.
 
THIS PLACE could be a place where you encounter God
in a meaningful way!
ABOUT US
Pastor
Don Foster, Jr.
 
Associate Pastor
Don Foster, Sr.

OUR BELIEFS:

TO READ OVER OUR THEOLOGICAL BELIEFS,
PLEASE CLICK HERE WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE TENETS OF FAITH TO WHICH ALL ASSEMBLIES OF GOD CHURCHES ADHERE.
 
WHAT WE’RE TALKIN’ ABOUT:
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:

Do you want to get closer to Jesus? There was a woman who provides a pattern, including what you must toss in the dumpster to be successful. First item: the mirror. 
WEEKLY PRAYER FOCUS:
 
For our missionaries who are facing exceptional challenges especially at this time of year.
 
WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL:

And Be Ye Thankful!

How very powerful, instructive, and directional, so necessary to blessed living it is, to comprehend the wisdom of obeying this admonition from Colossians 3:15:
And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to which also ye are called in one body;
and be ye thankful.
 
Have you ever noticed how much more pleasant it is to be around people who manifest a thankful spirit, than those of an attitude that the Bible describes as unthankful, even linking such with an unholy manner?
“For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers,
disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy…” (2 Timothy 3:2)
 
Interesting also is the observation that sometimes people who seem to have the least to be thankful for, are more thankful than those who have much. The Pilgrims, who originated what we now observe as Thanksgiving Day, got it right! Having come through persecution, starvation, and the death of loved ones, they gathered in thanksgiving, setting the moral and spiritual foundation for the nation that was to come. How could they do that, and more importantly, how may we walk in their footsteps? Consider this with me.
 
A thankful heart that can know both blessing and adversity, and remain constant, looks all the way to God, recognizing His goodness to mankind, in His creation, giving life and all things, according to the Scriptures, and acknowledging that every good and perfect gift comes down from above, that God is unvarying in His goodness, that all injustice, cruelty, disaster in the world is not from Him, but from Satan and that there will be a day of reckoning for Satan and his followers, and an eternity of glory for those who have believed on His Son and followed Him.
 
So may we “count our blessings” at this season, but much more, and at all seasons, acknowledge and bless the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
 
–Pastor Don Foster, Sr.

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CONTACT US:

PHONE:

509-576-8819
 
 

LOCATION:

4101 Maple Avenue
Yakima WA 98901
 

SERVICE TIME:

10:00 AM
We are now meeting indoors on Sunday mornings with COVID-19 safety protocols in place.
 
Weekly YouTube sermons will continue for those who are unable to attend.