There is a Path that is the Way of Everlasting Life. The Path is the Word and the Way is the name given to the movement that came from those who followed Jesus. This Path-Way is the teachings from the Word which is the Truth of God found in the person of Jesus Christ. Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, He is the Word of God in the Flesh. This Path is narrow and the journey is hard which is why God gave us the instruction book called the Bible.
In this day and age of mixed up Doctrines and Traditions it is time to get back to basics. Here at Path-Way Worship Ministries that is what we do. There is no need for long explanations or self help books because the Bible covers all things needed.
The Bible has many lessons on a right way of living as well as how to recognize and avoid doing wrong. Basically, it is God’s Guide to a Right Life. It also contains the Teachings of Jesus which provide for us the Way to Salvation through Him. These lessons are sometimes a hard pill to swallow but necessary for living in a right moral and ethical manner. The teachings of Jesus are of and from the Father and are found in the Old Testament as well as the New.
At Path-Way we will not condemn you , that is not for us to judge, also we do not condone Christians who believe it is okay to continue living in their sins after they seek repentance. We will work through it together. We will say things that may convict you and open your heart and mind to His Word. It is for you to make a choice that hopefully guides to for a desire to know Christ. If you are convicted and want to know more, need prayer, or need to talk to one of our pastors go here: Contact PLEASE do not hesitate, we are always available.
We love to worship, it is the way of life. There are many facets to worshipping but one in particular is through song. Many Old Testament Believers worshipped through the poetry/song style and fervent prayer which is an outpouring of the soul. King David poured his heart to God through this manner and gave us the Psalms.
There is a special vibration from music. Through praise, worship, and prayers, we feel the words in a way that bless God and bring a certain peace of mind to us and gratitude for God. We are blessed to share this with you.
A New Piece from Katrina and Kyle:
Something for the Kids and the Children at heart
These and other videos are found on our WORSHIP MUSIC page.
For our Beliefs Statement, Vision and Mission Statements click here: WHO WE ARE
Apostles: What were they like before, during, and after their transforming journey with Christ. Did you know there was more to the fishermen than just going out and dropping nets and public servants who stopped swindling people. We learn that Zionists can become healers…Servants can become leaders?
While doing my research I have noticed one major factor of similarity here. All the Disciples who fled from Jesus when He was crucified, died a martyr’s death. John is the only one who stayed there of the Twelve and the only one to die of natural causes. Things that make you go Hmmm. Stay faithful, live longer to do God’s Will?????We explore more in: Lessons from The Apostles
Ten Commandments: God’s Word was given to the Israelites to guide and protect them. The Commandments are God’s Law to His People in order to live a right and good life. Over the years some of the Commandments have come under scrutiny of meaning. In my studies I have found the ancient writings and truer meanings which we need to abide by today. Take a look by following this link: TEN COMMANDMENTS
Path-Way Worship Ministries Retreat
We are in the planning stages for the first part of what will become a Christian retreat/refuge. God is the center of everything. We are His favored creation but the original mission we were given has been placed aside in favor of just living and doing things that seem right in our own eyes. We cannot do that and be right in His. At this retreat center, we will provide a place to discover how to unplug from the world and return to God. To find out more and if you want to be a part of something that explores that which is greater than ourselves: Path-Way Refuge and Retreat Center
One of our missions is to the homeless especially those who are forgotten and those who have served to protect us. John 15:13 says, “Greater love hath no man than he who would lay his life down for his friends.” We are here to help all those who are forgotten and lift them up. But we cannot do it alone. Plans have begun for the Reignite Living Center, for more information click here: Reignite Living Center
This Weeks Scripture Concentration: Proverbs 18:1-8 (ESV)
A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.
When wickedness comes, contempt comes also, and with dishonor comes disgrace.
The words of a man’s mouth are deep waters; the fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook.
It is not good to be partial to[a] the wicked or to deprive the righteous of justice.
A fool’s lips walk into a fight, and his mouth invites a beating.
A fool’s mouth is his ruin, and his lips are a snare to his soul.
The words of a whisperer are like delicious morsels; they go down into the inner parts of the body.
This passage speaks clear. I can think of only one place that this passage really relates to in today’s society, Social Media. The person whose whole life revolves around Face Book, Twitter, etc. is in danger of losing the mind and heart of true, healthy relationships. People act differently when they are behind a screen and give a true representation of their inner thoughts. When they do go out, they are victims of their own thoughts and heart concerning others because of how they are now seen. Be careful not to be enslaved by technology for it will destroy not just your humanity but your spiritual self as well.
Sometimes we have to look outside the Bible and seek what the first Christians used to get the Word of God to the people. This week we continue in the Didache where the writer discusses Preparing for Worship. Preparing for Worship: Didache 14
Featured Post Excerpt:
Jesus loved using analogies for the Kingdom and what is required to enter. Right before sharing the Parable of the fig tree he was speaking first about how sin leads to death and repentance leads to life. What was He trying to tell them? Living a life in sin equals death but living in and for God equals life. Repentance: Parable of the Fig Tree