What We Believe
Word of Life Worship Center
801 Carl Vinson Pkwy.
Centerville, GA 31028
Ph: (478) 922-5153
Word of Life Worship Center
I am Pastor Phil Faraone, and I am glad you stopped by to visit. I pray that the grace and mercy of God be multiplied to you this day. Our heart at Word of Life is to help the body of Christ become active members of the church. If you are hungry for and have a passion for God then you will enjoy our church. We are running our race with the Lord Jesus Christ, learning how to walk in the God kind of love and being doers of the Word of God in everyday life.
I have found in my Christian walk that I cannot make it alone. We need each other. We all need to make the decision this year to assemble together and encourage one another. Without having someone to encourage you, you can get weary and stop short of your God given purpose.
The vision God has given us is to preach the gospel to Georgia, America, and the world. We are to allow God to heal every person’s heart and help them to become whole – Spirit, Soul, and Body.
Father, bless each person who enters here; pour out your precious Holy Spirit upon each life. Set each heart on fire with a greater passion for You than they have ever had before. Minister directly to each need and help each person gain Your personal victory today.
Amen and Amen!
Sunday school: 9:30 a.m.
Sunday service: 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday prayer: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday service: 7:00 p.m.
Saturday prayer: 6:30 p.m.
Nursery care is available for all services.
Word of Life Worship Center is a full-gospel, evangelical, interdenominational church. We believe that gifts of the early church listed in 1 Cor. 12:7-10 (word of wisdom, word of knowledge, gift of faith, gift of healing, working of miracles, prophecy, discerning of spirits, tongues and interpretation) are for the body of Christ today. Miracles, signs and wonders are not a thing of the past, but are still available for every believer.
Our church accepts the Holy Scriptures as the inspired Word of God, and subscribes to its revelation of the creation and fall of man, and to the provision of redemption, worship, and divine healing, and to the supernatural enablement of baptism of the Holy Spirit and through the gift and work of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.*
We worship with a Pentecostal flavor: clapping our hands (Psalm 47:1); lifting our hands (Ps. 134:3); lifting our voices (Ps. 150); and with the different ministries and gifts (1 Cor. 11, 12, 13).
Our goal is to see hurting people everywhere touched by God, encouraged to rise above all of the adversities of life, and to have their needs--spirit, soul, and body--met with the power of God and the compassion of men. It is a privilege to help in any way possible.