Watch Bishop Td Jakes Sunday Service Live 16 October 2022 At The Potter’s House Dallas Texas
Bishop Td Jakes Sunday Service Live
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ABOUT BISHOP TD JAKES( THE LEAD PASTOR OF POTTERS HOUSE CHURCH DALLAS TEXAS U.S.A
Bishop T.D. Jakes, one of the world’s most renowned thinkers, uses his foresight and intuition to help others in areas outside of the church. You must meet individuals where they are in life to assist them in reaching their goals. Bishop Jakes has been able to reach millions of individuals from various socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, countries, and creeds because of his sincere approach. Also, Bishop Jakes has relied on digital media, movies, and television, among other things, to assist him to reach his goals.
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ABOUT: THE POTTERS HOUSE CHURCH Our vision at The Potter’s House (TPH) is for God to mold you into a purpose-filled vessel.
pointing all grace and glory back to Him. It’s our prayer that His Spirit will fully illuminate you on this heaven-bound journey, through every trial and victory. And as He empowers you to persevere through life’s struggles, may you confidently communicate God’s vibrant hope to others — shining His eternal light on the lost.
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