A powerful interview with Jereb Fuseleit on How God brought him from a life of self destruction of drugs and alcohol, et him free from prison and brought him into the purpose of His kingdom..This is a must hear and share testimony of God's amazing Grace
The Fiery Sword is an outreach ministry that aids people from all walks of life. It includes helping people spiritually, mentally, and emotionally through published books, Facebook, Youtube, TV, radio, individual counseling, as well as preaching and teaching in prisons, small groups, conferences and retreats. Witnessing transformation through the power of Holy Spirit is the overall goal. Everywhere you turn, there are people in need, yet church attendance and activities are not accomplishing this task. Christ did not come to establish divided denominations but rather to unify the Body of Christ through the Kingdom of God. Jesus preached The Kingdom, therefore, we His holy people are to do likewise. The Fiery Sword purposed to do just that – preach the Kingdom of God making disciples of many nations.
“I’m driven to verses like Mark 8:34, If anyone wishes to come after Me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me, Ed says. “In particular I dwell on the phrase ‘you must deny yourself.’ Many of us have taken this radical challenge so lightly. The more I grow in my faith, the more I ask myself “what am I willing to give up for Him?”
“It is a hard question in the context of looking at what we have compared to what others need. It is not a comfortable challenge,” Ed continues, “but out of our love for the Savior, we should strive to do better, to do more.”
Prior to joining FEBC, Ed spent 9 years at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago
as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and over 25 years within the oil industry, including progressive leadership positions with British Petroleum, Amoco and Standard Oil Company.
The Family Peace Project, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, works to protect, educate, assist, care and empower victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Henderson County, Texas. Relying solely on donations from individuals, businesses, churches, grants and private foundations. This allows the Family Peace Project to offer a faith-based program for healing and moving forward in recovery