on Sunday, May 20th
Join us on Sunday, May 20th for Pentecost Sunday. We will help answer the question of What is Pentecost by the experience itself.
Check out our Video Testimonies
We have several recorded testimonies of people who have had their lives completely changed by the Pentecost Experience.
or History of Pentecost
Pentecost is an experience that you can see roots of in the book of Acts. We provide a full background and history of Pentecost for you to find out more for yourself.
Join us for Pentecost Sunday
on Sunday, May 20th
On Sunday, May 20th join us for a dynamic service where you will find the same Pentecost Experience found in Acts 2 to be alive and well. With dynamic singing, apostolic preaching, and free worshiping you are sure to stay engaged and have an opportunity to see God change your life. You will be able to see testimonies of others who have had their life completely changed by the Pentecostal Experience.
Plan of Salvation
Through the Bible, we find a clearly stated and laid out Plan of Salvation. While we find key points established such as One God and other doctrinal points, we also find a clear Plan of Salvation that must be followed to make Heaven our Home. Below, we are able to see a simple breakdown of what we must do to be saved.
What is Repentance?
A change of mind that brings about a change of behavior. It is the first step in the three-point plan that Peter gave when sinners asked at the close of his message on the Day of Pentecost, “What shall we do??” Repentance is a turn away from sin, a death to sin. By repentance we identify with the death of the Lord. (See Luke 13:3; Acts 2:38; 17:30; Romans 6:1-2; II Peter 3:9.)
What is Baptism?
Literally, the act of dipping or washing something completely in liquid. Scriptural baptism is a vital part of New Testament salvation. (See Romans 6:3-4; Galatians 3:27; I Peter 3:21.) It includes: 1. Water (Acts 8:36) 2. Much water (John 3:23) 3. Going down into the water (Acts 8:38) 4. Burial in water (Colossians 2:12) 5. Coming up out of the water (Acts 8:39) 6. A name pronounced (Matthew 28:19; Acts 2:38) Taking all of this information together, scriptural baptism is total immersion in water in the name of Jesus Christ. Matthew 28:19 commands us to baptize in a name but does not give the name. It refers to “the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.” The terms Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are titles of positions held by God, but they are not proper names. Jesus is the only name that is connected with salvation (Matthew 1:21; Acts 4:12). Acts 2:38 records the apostles’ fulfillment of the command of Matthew 28:19 and gives the scriptural formula for baptism in the New Testament church: “Repent, and be baptized everyone of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins.”
Newspaper stories, magazine articles, special meetings in church basements, prayer groups in private homes – often today they are concerned with the subject of speaking with tongues. What does it all mean?
About Apostolic Faith Church
We are an Apostolic, Pentecostal Church in the Minot, ND area. Our mission is to help people that are looking for salvation to find the truth through the Bible.
We have a very intuitive website filled with fresh content weekly. Stop by and read our blog or visit the calender to see all of our latest events!
We have a very indepth sermon archive that is filled with a lot of sermons that can be listened to on demand. Stop by and listen today!
Join us for Pentecost Sunday!
May 20 @ 3:30pm