New Castle News

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May 4, 2012

Local church fills the needs of people who seek help

NEW CASTLE — Editor, The News:

Nestled in our town resides a hidden jewel.

Just as the coal miner must dig, dig, dig to loosen that one glint, the diamond, I dug.

Upon finding the diamond, it is held between the thumb and index finger. In that print and place, the hand of love raises it unto the stream of sun that will glean its shimmer in the eye of the beholder, as that one, dropping the diamond into the palm, extends the hand that speaks with caring to share the value of a priceless worth.

Look what I have found.

Pow Wow Ministries is more than a church. Pow Wow Ministries is God’s chosen house of healing in New Castle. I am certain because God has held me preciously, delivering me door to door to door.

As Jesus spoke, we never know when or how Christ is or will knock. It was Pow Wow Ministries that silenced my wail.

For those seeking healing of any sort, physical mental, emotional, addictions, whatever it is that is troubling them and/or withholding them from happiness and well-being in the full functional relationship with our Father and Christ, I ask them to visit Pow Wow Ministries, located at 129 E. North St.

I assure in absolute certainty they will be redeemed, healed, delivered and nurtured. Whatever the need, it will be provided.

I was, along with several others. I witnessed in the glory of God’s miracles.

Pow Wow Ministries is a house of healing, all glory to our heavenly Father. In Jesus Christ’s name, I ask people to enter their doors, as God’s promise delivers joy unto New Castle. Amen.

Barbara Jo Grossman

North Liberty Avenue

New Castle

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