“Without a vision, the people perish.” ~Proverbs 29:18
The vision I have received from God on multiple occasions had me baffled in many ways. The way it all began to transpire behooved me, and I feel somewhat inadequate to perform such a task. These feelings remind me of the beginning of my journey as a believer and all the inadequacies presented at the time of confession. I have since grown to know that the enemy does not want God’s kingdom to even exist and will do or cause anything he can to keep visions from manifesting. Theologically, it feels like Abraham when God to him to “GO” to a land that He would show him. I have run long enough from this calling to start a church, but the more I grow in Him the clearer the vision becomes. I am of the opinion that the gospel of Jesus Christ is to be preached to everyone knowing that there will be some that will reject it and some that will receive it. For those that receive, we teach and nurture them into becoming disciples for Jesus Christ, helping them to become better individuals for The Body of Christ, as well as better citizens. If this is accomplished, I believe that crooked roads can be made straight, desolate places made whole, barren places produce life and destinies can be reached. This in turn, can potentially cause legacies to be left for our children and our children’s children for living full and content lives and continuous kingdom building.
This is just the beginning of our mission that will lead the vision:
“Empowering Others through Preaching and Teaching under the Anointing of God to live and Leave a Legacy for Life.” ~ Rev. Dr. W. Frazier Pegues
“Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; but at the end it will speak and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it because it will surely come. It will not tarry”. ~ Habakkuk 2:3
Rev. Dr. W. Frazier Pegues, Pastor
Rev. Clifton E. Harris Jr., Presiding Elder
Bishop James B. Walker, Presiding Prelate