Spirit Of Life Healing Wings Fellowship International, Incorporated
Rating: 3 stars 1 1 review 702
3237 N Watkins St Memphis TN 38127 USA
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Great church. Pastor is very knowledgeable in the scriptures. He caters the services to the younger and older members. He is a giving pastor. He is available for counseling, when in my experience with other pastors there aren't many that have the people at heart. Most just preach and take offerings. Afterwards they don't want to be bothered. He has help with food, shelter cost, utility bills, clothing and anything that the ministry can do to help he and his family are available. I am more knowledgeable in the bible and have exercised greater faith because of his teaching. He has a real Holy Ghost on fire service but is not stuck in old traditions. The youth department is allowed to express in ways that attract this generation. His wife and children are all saved and active in the church ministry. All of them are great teachers of the Word of God and I love their sense of humor, so much fun to be around. There is so much more I can say that's good about Spirit of Life, but most of all this pastor is a true man of God. He lives the bible. So many people get healed in every service. Tell you it is so powerful at church all the time. He encourages use to pray and fast and grow in the spirit. I love how he explains during his teaching about having freedom in our spirit and not a form of godliness, but no power. Must have a holy life to carry Gods precious anointing. Really I haven't found another ministry in this metro area that has Signs following, like the bible speaks about. If you are serious about salvation and deliverance SOL is the place to be. Life changing for real. Shout out to Bishop Eric D. Farmer and the entire SOL family. :-)
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