On Daily Faith God is Building His Kingdom
Daily Faith is here to bring you the word of the Lord. We believe that people need to hear what God is saying to the church. Something is not right in America, and things have gone awry. It’s time that we occupy until Christ returns. We are in a battle for the soul of the church, and if we don’t stand up for what we believe, then we will lose our voice. Recently, church attendance in America has dropped to the lowest ever in the history of the church. Only 50% of Americans attend church. Whether it’s due to the pandemic, fear, or the lack of desire, we cannot forsake the assembly of ourselves and offer up our praise unto the Lord. Our faith and trust in the Lord is the only thing that has and will continue to sustain us until we see God’s Kingdom come.
On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor Jason Daughdrill. He is the lead pastor at Gateway Church in Shelbyville, TN. God has blessed him with tremendous insight into what He is calling the church to do during this time. In God’s Kingdom, He has given us power and authority to stand against the schemes of the enemy. As Christians, we are to be in this world, but not of it. We are to be set apart from the world’s mindset, daily transforming our mind into a Kingdom mindset. God has allowed this shaking to happen in the world for a mighty outpouring of His Spirit. If the church doesn’t stand up now for what we believe, we will lose our voice. We encourage you to let faith arise in your heart today, occupying until He returns. For more information about Pastor Daughdrill’s ministry, please visit www.gatewayshelbyville.com.
Vatra Village is located in the country of Moldova. It’s where our ministry’s heart is—rescuing orphaned children from the risks of human trafficking. We bring them into these homes and tell them, “if they were born, God has a plan”. They discover their identity in God’s Kingdom by becoming sons and daughters of Christ. They would like to share a video they have filmed about the love and support they received by one act of kindness. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.