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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,
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WHAT WE’RE TALKIN’ ABOUT:
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
VIDEO COMING SOON.
People have many ideas about the afterlife, including Hell. What does the Bible say?
WEEKLY PRAYER FOCUS:
 
Meeting this week with the County regarding the addition of two tiny homes and expansion of the activity building to include bathroom and kitchen areas
 
WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL:

If So, Then This

Follow-through is crucial to completion of many things that happen. To not merely initiate, but to pursue to the full objective. A physical picture of this is the athlete who “shoots” a basketball at the hoop. The motion of the arm must not stop with release of the ball but continue in the trajectory in motion to arm’s length. This gives added precision to the shot.
 
Many (very many) years ago I participated briefly in the sport of boxing. The coach repeated often that we needed to “strike-through” the point we aimed to hit, not to aim at the opponent, but through him.
 
This being the Sunday we celebrate particularly the pivotal point of Christian faith, the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, triumphant over death, hell and the grave, recognizing that the entire validity and power of the Gospel finds its expression here. 
 
I have to ask, “Then what”? Is there any follow-through, or do we just point back and say (quite truthfully), “He is risen, indeed”? Does this have a follow-through, today, now, here? The answer is, “Indeed”! The “follow-through” is essential, necessary, the purpose of it all. Read this in Colossians 3.
 
If ye then be risen with Christseek those things which are above,
where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God.
Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.
For ye are dead, and your life is hid  with Christ in God.
When Christ, who is our life, shall appear,
then shall ye also appear with him in glory.
 
Colossians 3:1-4
 
Then continue with the rest of the chapter. What a “follow-through”! As I read this just this week I realized once again, Jesus’ resurrection only has intended results as it comes alive in me. If so, then I will bring my conduct in line with His, by the instruction of His Word and by the power of the Holy Spirit.
 
Without this “follow-through”, my realization of, and participation in, the purpose of His resurrection, for Christian conduct is lost. Having received eternal life through faith in Christ, I now am called to express the same on earth! Go for it!
 
–Pastor Don Foster, Sr.
 

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PHONE: 509-576-8819 

EMAIL: thassembly@yahoo.com

 

LOCATION:

4101 Maple Avenue

Yakima WA 98901

 

Service Time:

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