First United Pentecostal Church, Ravenswood


Pastor David Johnston


Praise ye the LORD. Praise God in his sanctuary: ...  

Psalms 150:1 (KJV)


Our Mission: Growth,  Spiritually - Individually - Numerically
Our Purpose: To be an end-time Apostolic Church in Passion, Purpose and Practice


We have a variety of ministries to meet every person's need, ministries to aid in the building of families and the changing of lives.  We believe God has promised an outpouring of His Spirit in the last days.  We invite you to come see for yourself what God is still doing today, for He still heals, saves, and has a profound impact on people's lives.

We love to praise and worship God.  If you are tired of the same old thing, please, "Come Join Us!"


"Live in such a way that those who know you but don't know God,

 will come to know God, because they know you"


In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God. — Psalm 62:7


"A Word for the Journey"


    A New Generation

    Sun, Mar 26, 2017

    After God delivered the the children of Israel, they spent 40 years in the wilderness because of the hardness of their hearts.

    If only they had been obedient to God, they could have made the journey much sooner.

    Before they went into the promise land, Moses reminded them of the things that God had done for them so that they would not forget.

    This was a new generation. Most of the older generation had died in the wilderness. And so he felt a need to remind them of what had happened. He told them that God had lead them the 40 years they were in the wilderness, because God wanted to see what was in their heart. But none the less, he said, God lead them.

    God provided for them all the while He was leading them. If you ever feel as though you are in the wilderness, God is still leading you. It may be His way of humbling you, proving you, and seeing what is in your heart; just remember that the steps of a good man are ordered of the Lord, and He delights in his way.


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