Tag Archives: Church

  1. New Temple; Same Market! Pt. 2

    Leave a comment

    August 18, 2017 by pastorjdo3

    when Jesus encountered this Temple, he wasn’t impressed with the operation, He was angered by the misuse of His Fathers house. ┬áIt was not created to be a for profit, it was to be a non profit directed by a Prophet that was not focused on making a profit, but doing what was profitable for ones soul.

  2. Consumer Mentality Galatians 5:16

    Leave a comment

    July 20, 2017 by pastorjdo3

    Maybe less people would be consumed if each member was forced to post their personal level, and the amount of kills they have? What ashamed that new people become casualties and build up the body count of those who are familiar with the map, and use the innocence of those entering to boost their ranking by killing them before they even learn how to use their weapons (yep, I’m still bitter!!!).

  3. Loaves & Fishes Summary 5.7.16


    May 8, 2016 by thebodychurchtx

    “See everyone netted up, gloved down, sleeves up, sweat on brow, offering their bodies as living sacrifices brought a smile to my face”

  4. Vision Casting Notes 12.6.15

    Leave a comment

    December 7, 2015 by pastorjdo3

    At the Body Church, “Membership is Discipleship” he explained. We want each member not just attending worship to be instructed and inspired, but to find comfort and support in our groups

  5. December 6th Vision Casting

    Leave a comment

    December 6, 2015 by thebodychurchtx

    Sunday, December 6th, The Body Church of Texas will meet at the Canyon Gate Clubhouse in Tomball, Texas to discuss the 2016 Campaign.

  6. Vision Casting; September 26, 2015


    September 16, 2015 by thebodychurchtx

    This theme highlights the purpose and design for the church which believes “Membership is Discipleship!”

  7. When Trigger Fingers Become Twitter Fingers (1 Samuel 17:3-36)


    August 23, 2015 by pastorjdo3

    Saul sought to discourage him. Saul spoke of his age, then his lack of experience. Saul couldn’t see David as greater than he, because he saw him as his servant, not realizing that he was a servant of the Lord! Though Saul was no Goliath, Saul had fought before, and was larger and stronger than David!