First Assembly of God Church
577 Weston Street
Pea Ridge, Arkansas.
I would like to welcome you to our website. We would personally like to invite you to our church where everybody is somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord.
Sometime ago when asked to define ministry, I defined it as touching lives. At Pea Ridge First Assembly of God we are trying to do just that through
Worship: We have a good mixture of traditional and contemporary worship. A worship for all people. This church is where we believe that everyone is important.
Children's Ministry: Puppets, object lessons, light shows and much more is expected when your children visit our church. Most important they will experience love.
FOKUS NIGHT: Wednesday night is totally designed with kid's in mind, a team of many adults set out to bring an exciting hour and half of food, fun, and worship enter-twined together to teach them the love of Christ.
WOMENS MINISTRY: Janis Tanner is our ladies director. They meet once a month on the third Sunday night from 5:00 – 7:00PM.
SMALL GROUPS: The first Sunday night of each month our church divides up into small groups where we have fellowship, food, prayer and bible study. This takes place in the homes of our church members.
FREEDOM FEST: This is by far our largest event of the year. The freedom fest experience will include free food such as grilled hot dogs, chicken half's and all the trimmings. We have inflatables and face painting for the children. If that's not enough then maybe a little live gospel music by local artists and a car show for all ages. We conclude the night with a free fireworks show where more than three thousand rounds of fireworks go off in about thirty minutes. The best part of all, it's FREE. This is one way we try to reach out and touch the lives of the people of Pea Ridge.
Come grow with us as we build a church not only for now but also the future.
Pastor's Edwin & Beverly Brewer
Facing Hard Times
Read Psalm 102:1–28; 104:1–35
Published: May 26, 2017
Pat became depressed when her husband’s health declined. She spent worry-filled days and sleepless nights caring for him. It seems that the writer of Psalm 102 would have understood her depression and the accompanying issues.
My heart is blighted and withered like grass; I forget to eat my food. In my distress I groan aloud and am reduced to skin and bones (Psalm 102:4–5).
Life on this side of heaven is sometimes stressful and challenging. Even the writers of Scripture sometimes felt overwhelmed by their troubles. The writer of Psalm 104 seems to have been at very low point—too stressed to eat and losing weight. And yet the writer chose to seek God and to praise Him for His greatness while affirming that God “release those condemned to death” (Psalm 102:20).
When life’s circumstances seem overwhelming, follow the Psalmist’s example and seek God while praising Him for His greatness.
Challenge for Today: Praise God no matter what crisis you face.
Quicklook: Psalm 102:2–13
Spiritual Help Resources
Connecting through Prayer
A consistent prayer life is fundamental to establishing strong connections with God, others, and God's plan for our lives. Drawn from the booklet "Connecting through Prayer," this article is sure to enrich your prayer life.