We were so blessed to have Tim and Rochelle with us for this conference. The power of the Holy Spirit was evident and God touched many lives. We saw people healed and others experience the baptism in the Holy Spirit. It was exciting to see the response of God's people around the altars as He ministered to us, and we thoroughly enjoyed Tim and Rochelle's style of ministry that made the Scriptures clear in a wonderful way!
There will be NO COST to attend the conference. A love offering will be taken to help Tim and Rochelle cover their expenses and to express our gratitude for their commitment to releasing the power of the Holy Spirit across the USA.
Randy Estelle, international concert pianist and vocalist, appeared in concert at King’s Way Christian Center in Cape Coral on Sunday, November 28th at 10:00 AM.
We had a wonderful concert -- AND IT SNOWED HERE IN FLORIDA THAT DAY IN THE SANCTUARY!
Randy Estelle has appeared as a soloist with the Billy Graham Association, the Third World Leadership Conference (Nassau, Bahamas), the Joshua Awards, and as a session producer/musician with many artists including Bill Gaither. He and his wife, Lisa, are founders of Courtyard Media Ministries and they have written over 150 songs including four full production musicals. In addition, he has written and recorded film scores for Star Productions and KidzRoom.
His credits include eleven solo recordings, over 120 personal appearances yearly, producer honors on numerous CD projects for other artists, and an extensive background in praise and worship ministry. With prestigious credentials in classical performance, he is also considered one of Christian music’s premiere innovators in the areas of jazz, blues, and other eclectic styles.
UPDATE TO THIS ARTICLE: Praise the Lord for the people of King's Way, the Peninsular-Florida District of the Assemblies of God, First Assembly of Fort Myers, and the National Disaster Relief Department of the Assemblies of God for help in restoring our roof. It is now repaired and we have some restoration to do on the inside. THANK YOU FOR THE PRAYERS and assistance!!!
On June 21, 2010 a storm moved through our area and we suspect it brought a tornado with it!
First of all, we thank the unknown passer-by who phoned the police department to report that our roof was having some issues.
As I drove up to the building, I could from the side road that the roof had been peeled back like the top of a sardine can. We didn't really want a sunroof - but there it was.
Inside the building, rain was pouring in from the large opening, and soaking the ceiling tile and insulation, as well as many of the instruments on the platform in the sanctuary.
Not long from the time I sent a text, and one of our Council members began to make some calls, we had a small army of people from King's Way ready to clean up. Unfortunately, while my camera recorded the early damage, it ran out of battery power and I didn't get shots of the WONDERFUL people from King's Way who came to help clean up. There were so many helping to clean up the inside, and a good number on the roof helping to roll back the crumpled metal and cover it with a 30x50 foot tarp.
We appreciate your prayers as we trust the Lord to help us. The roof must be replaced, and the affected areas dried out and cleaned up. As many in Florida are aware, our insurance policies often have a "wind deductible" that is usually associated with hurricane damage. However, it also applies to situations like this. In our case it is a 5% deductible, which means that on our building, valued and insured at $2.6 Million, the deductible is $128,000 for building and $21,000 for contents - so we appreciate your prayers that our God will provide and we'll be able to quickly make repairs before the rainy season continues. Any special offerings for this project may be made online by going to our online donation page HERE. Just put "roof" in the notes.
I can't tell you how blessed I was to see our King's Way family show up to help. And I know many others would have been there had they known as well. It demonstrates that the church is not the building, but it is the PEOPLE who are this wonderful body of Christ - full of faith that God will provide, evidencing the friendships as they work together, and functioning to serve Christ, His Kingdom, His Church, and the Community around us with joy and faithfulness. Thank you King's Way family!
We WILL have our regular services and look forward to all that God has ahead as we trust Him in this "storm" as well, and enjoy His grace and peace in the process! Thanks for your continued prayers - they DO make a difference!