December 05, 2022

December 03, 2022

Prayer Breakfast at Triangle Family Church on Dec. 3, 2022

Prayer Breakfast at Triangle Family Church on Dec. 3, 2022

Photo album

Welcoming by Pastor Bob Huneycutt and Prayer for Meal by Minister Belinda McMillan


Offering Song "Just a Closer Walk with Three"

Prayer for Students and Teachers by Mr. James Reid

Offering Song "Believe For It"

Prayer Breakfast - Prayer for Marriage and Families by Rev. Brenda Sinclair

Letter of Appreciation by Pastor Davetta Morgan

Offering Song "I Believe"

Prayer for Ministers by Mr. Mark Nilson

Prayer for Health and Wellbeing of all Church Members by Pastor Nellie Farrow

Introduction to ACLC

ACLC Intro Oct 2021 4.45m.mp4 from Capital Family Church (DMV) on Vimeo.

Message "Kingdom Building" by Pastor Levi Daughtery


Prayer for National and Community Leaders

Offering Song "Day by Day"


November 21, 2022

Sunday Service on Nov. 20, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Nov. 20, 2022

Musical Offering

Sermon


Ministers Appreciation Prayer Breakfast

 


American Clergy Leadership Conference
“Rebuild the Family, Restore the Community and Renew the Nation and the World”  

3600 New York Ave. N.E., Washington, DC 20002
North Carolina Chapter 1414 Watts Street, Durham NC, 27701
Tel: (919)618-3322  Email:
tdavis21442144@gmail.com  Website: www.aclc.info

December 3, 2022

Dear Friends of Faith,                                 

Greetings! 

   The American Clergy Leadership Conference (ACLC) invites you to attend the Pastors’ Appreciation Prayer Breakfast on December 3rd,  2022 at the Triangle Family Church, 1414 Watts St., Durham, NC, 27701. The two hour meeting  and fellowship will begin with registration from 9:30AM, will start promptly at 9:45 AM and conclude at 11:45. Breakfast will be served during the event. Free parking is available.

   The American Clergy Leadership Conference is a collaborative network of faith leaders united beyond race or denomination. Our aim is to strengthen marriages and families. The ACLC clergy share a vision of America as a beacon of hope and renewal to demonstrate how individuals and couples can create God-centered families, and to harmoniously live as one family under God. 

   The meeting will promote coming together and to especially Unite the Body of Christ based on the Gospels and the vision of Father and Mother Moon, the founders of ACLC. Working together will enrich our lives as pastors and as couples, and will enhance our preaching, family counseling, and Kingdom-building efforts. In Jesus’ own Words;

“My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one.” (John 17: 20-22)

  At this time in America and in the world, God needs righteous families, guided by the American clergy, to stand strong for healthy family values that can raise up the next generation. We look forward to experiencing this Appreciation Prayer Breakfast with you.

 Your presence will make the difference; it will be a Christ-centered, edifying morning of love, sharing and blessing. 

 For more information, please contact your local ACLC representative or email:

Timothy Davis at: tdavis21442144@gmail.com

Please let us know how many participants will be joining us.

Sincerely, In Christ’s Holy Name,

Rev. Timothy Davis                                 Pastor Nellie Farrow

Triangle Family Church                           Mathew Chapel Holy Church

                                                                   

November 14, 2022

Congratulations to Kieva and Blake on the arrival of Stella on November 8, 2022

 Congratulations to Kieva and Blake on the arrival of Stella on November 8, 2022



Sunday Service on Nov. 13, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Nov. 13, 2022

Musical Offering


Sermon

Sunday School
Story Based Character Education - The Fisherman and his wife

October 31, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 30, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 30, 2022

Musical Offering


Sermon


Sunday School 
Science Experiment with lesson - Compass for Life


October 17, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 16, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 16, 2022

Musical Offering

Sermon

Sunday School: Story Based Character Education - The Elves and the Shoemaker

October 11, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 9, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 9, 2022

Musical Offering


Sermon: Redemption

Slide 1 Note
I would like to talk about redemption today. Redemption is the main theme in Christianity. Christians build a relationship with God and Jesus through redemption. Christian missionaries’ message is very simple and clear. “Jesus died on the cross for my sins. I received redemption of my sins through Jesus’ crucifixion.” Redemption or restoration through indemnity in our church term is the one of main theme in our church as well. One of reasons why our church is misunderstood is that people do not understand that our church is working for redemption or restoration through indemnity. Proper understanding of redemption is key to understand our movement.

Slide 2 Note I would like to bring up a well known Japanese song called “Tsugunai”, which means redemption in Japanese. The reason why I bring up the song is that this song illustrates what is redemption and how redemption is gained. I will show you the lyrics of the song in the following two slides. This song is sometimes played at DMV for those who renew driver’s licenses. You may guess what kind song it is.

Slide 3 Note The main character’s name is Yuu.

Slide 4 Note

First generation members are like Yuu in the song. We realized sins of our own, our ancestors, and humankind. We worked single-mindedly all our youth even though people mocked, persecuted, threw stones us. We were OK because we felt love from God and True Parents. We felt we were forgiven. I hear the stories of struggling 2nd generations in Japan. I feel sorry for them especially in recent situation in Japan. Some of them feel that our church is the place of rules such as forbidding free love, isolation from society, and sacrifices such as taking the savings to go to Disneyland or paychecks from part time jobs for donation. One person started petition drive to make a law to regard forcing religion to children as child abuse. We including 2nd generations still need to understand redemption.


Slide 5 Note

I believe God has special plan for each of 2nd generation. I hope each one eventually finds God. I hope God will tell those who have bitter feeling toward church, “Thank you for your sacrifices and hardships. My providence moved forward because of your your sacrifices and hardships. Even though you did not feel me, I was always with you.”