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Bible Gateway

BibleGateway.com is a website designed to allow easy searching of the Christian Bible in many different versions and translations, including Spanish, …


Christianity.com

This one has plenty to keep you busy. There’s Bible tools, study and sermon resources, devotionals, games and articles. You can also tune in to Christian radio and listen to your favorite Christian music or maybe catch the latest broadcast from John MacArthur, Chuck Swindoll or Dennis Rainey.


Crosswalk.com

CrossWalk has been at or near the top for nearly 10 years now. CrossWalk takes advantage of the latest web technologies to create an attractive, easy to navigate website. You can listen to one of their ten CrossWalk radio stations or browse one of their channels ranging in topic from homeschooling to movies. Be sure to check out their newly released Bible Study tools. This is the sleakest, most advanced online Bible study tools I’ve seen to date.


This Is Your Wake-Up Call

Mornings can be challenging! There are loud alarms, buzzers and ring tones that can be hazardous to your sanity. They are however, a necessary means to rise and shine on time.

A great way to start your day is with a spiritual wake up call. This Is Your Wake Up Call is a stimulus package of word, wit and wisdom. It is delivered on line straight to the heart, mind and soul to help jump start your day.

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie / Chief Inspiration Officer


Christian Post

Christian Post covers the news from a Christian perspective and gives you the details that the liberal media leaves out. If you keep up with current events, you may want to make this your home page.


Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary

Originally written in 1706, Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary provides a condensed look at nearly every verse in the Bible


Construction of the Psalms; A Bible Study

A new understanding of the Psalms can be experienced, when the reader places himself in the place of the psalmist.


MSBC

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Morning Star Baptist Church website. We are a dynamic Ministry located in Catonsville, Md. We are a Church that is Serious about Salvation and we are excited about the opportunity God has provided to minister to your Spiritual, Emotional, and Professional Needs. We offer more than seventy minisries, including a numer of outreach Ministries which are intended to meet the relevant needs of God’s people. As you visit…


Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church

Greater St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church was organized on January 6, 1937 in a rented hall on South Liberty Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. The late Reverend Arthur Armstead Gundy was the founding pastor of the original 69 member congregation. Reverend Gundy was an energetic leader and pastor whose dynamic preaching and proclaiming of the Word called many to membership. He also sang, directed music and was powerful in prayer. After two short years, the church site was moved twice. First in 1938 to Ladies Providence Hall at Philip and South Liberty Streets and then, in 1939, to a two-story building at our present New Orleans location, 2308 South Liberty.

Because of overwhelming growth, more room was needed and in 1954, the old sanctuary was demolished and construction of the new edifice began. Reverend Gundy served faithfully and was a skillful and gifted leader. It was also in 1954 that Reverend Gundy went home to be with the Lord. The Assistant Pastor, Reverend Percy Simpson, Jr. was immediately appointed Pastor-in-Charge and continued the work started by Reverend Gundy. The membership marched into the new edifice in the spring of 1955 and Reverend Simpson, a talented, preaching and singing minister, was elected pastor of the Church.
Reverend Simpson was a man of vision and organized many new auxiliaries and programs in the church, along with acquiring additional properties. He also began a weekly radio broadcast, the adoption of the church motto: “The Place Where God Blesses His People” and formulated a Christian Education Department. With the presence of God, evangelism and emphasis on training, our church began to expand and, again, we saw the need for a larger edifice.

In 1969, the church commenced an extensive renovation and expansion program with a 12-year plan of the Greater St. Stephen Plaza that would include an educational center, nursery, rent-free senior citizens home and youth recreational center. However, this vision would never come to pass for Reverend Simpson. On November 27th, 1974, the untimely death of Reverend Simpson shocked the city of New Orleans and stunned the Greater St. Stephen Family. History repeated itself as the Assistant Pastor, Reverend Paul S. Morton, was appointed Pastor-in-Charge and was elected pastor on December 27, 1974.

Under the visionary leadership of Pastor Morton, Greater St. Stephen experienced phenomenal growth and progress. His untiring labor has resulted in a 2,000 seat sanctuary that was completed in 1980, a 4,000 seat sanctuary acquired in 1988 in New Orleans East, a 1,500 seat sanctuary on the Westbank, a Corporate Headquarters for all business operations and management of over 100 employees, and St. Stephen City, which provided affordable housing for families. We opened St. Stephen Manor, which provided Senior Citizen Housing and GSS Academy for the educational development of our youth. We adopted the motto: “One Church in Two Locations” and in 1991, the church changed the name to reflect a newly acquired level of spiritual growth. We became Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church. Later, the School and College of Ministry and over 60 ministries were added, and membership increased to more than 20,000.

In February 1993, Elder Debra B. Morton, the wife of Pastor Morton and a daughter of Greater St. Stephen Ministry, was appointed Co-Pastor serving diligently beside her husband. With Elder Morton serving in the capacity of Co-Pastor, we were able to expand to seven weekly services as “One Church in Three Locations”. Also under her leadership, the Women’s Ministry founded Elajenette White Parent/Child Computer Center and Spanobia Spa/Salon. In March of 1993, Elder Paul S. Morton heeded the voice of God and was obedient to the appointment of God as he accepted the office of Bishop. He was consecrated on the 19th day of March and became the first Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Greater St. Stephen is the “Mother Church” of the movement. Under the leadership of Visionary Bishop Morton, thousands have been blessed, encouraged, delivered and inspired by the Ministry. We have been afforded the opportunity to plant several ministries and send sons of the ministry to pastor in surrounding areas.
In August 2005, Katrina devastated the New Orleans area. God said to Bishop Morton, “I may be down-sizing New Orleans but I won’t down-size your ministry.” In October 2005, Greater St. Stephen Atlanta began having services at New Beginning Full Gospel Baptist Church at 3:00 p.m. and in January 2006, we marched into our newly renovated edifice at 4185 Snapfinger Woods Drive where the Lord is adding to the church daily. After the waters receded in New Orleans, renovations were underway to REBUILD. Greater St. Stephen was not only blessed by the compassion and contributions from the Body of Christ, they were able to be a blessing to thousands who came to receive assistance (food, clothing, personal necessities, etc.) after Katrina. The Westbank and Uptown locations were restored and the services have been standing-room-only ever since. We are now “One Church in Two States”. Recently, Bishop Morton installed Bishop Tommie L. Triplett as Pastor of the Westbank Location.

We have already experienced phenomenal growth, abundance in both states and a new motto: “Changing the Way We Do Church”. In Atlanta, in two years over twenty active ministries have been developed with a determination to Change A Generation; we have acquired and blessed our Greenbriar Campus Property and the expansion and completion phase is underway. God bless the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church!

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Kingdom Association of Covenant Pastors

The Kingdom Association of Covenant Pastors (KACP) is a Fellowship of pastors who are committed to the call the Lord has placed upon their lives. We are committed to the call to preach, to lead, to care, to build, and to better the body of Christ. It is our desire to lead the people of faith through the most excellent, most impacting, and most effective pastoral ministry possible.