He opens by talking about how New York City was paralyzed by a garbage strike in 1981, going on to talk about the need for everyone in the community to operate in the Spiritual Gifts they've been given in order for the Kingdom of God to grow and thrive.
Pastor Jim Warren opened the service with a meditation on 1 Corinthians 1:4-8, and he prayed us into worship.
Rich Swingle announced the February 12 opening of Providence coast to coast and on Times Square. He shared about ways Westchester Chapel has had an impact around the world through direct ministry to 35 nations (he thought of two more after the service), introducing enacted prayer to Kenya via friends who went there as missionaries, and through our website.
Nations reached directly by people sent from Westchester Chapel for short term missions trips:
Puerto Rico (a self-governing commonwealth in association with the United States with their own Olympic team!)
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