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Bread and Wine Ministries Inc. Shema
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My name is Minister Patrick Williams. I have been married 30 great years to my best friend. I am the founder and director of Bread and Wine Ministries Inc. (Shema). I have been in ministry for 24 years and I'm a graduate of Ames University, The Prophetic Voice Institute, The Online Bible College and Signs and Wonders School of Ministry. I have also attended Newburgh Seminary, Central Texas College, Gordon-Conwell Seminary, and Therapon University with a B.S Degree In Biblical Studies/Pastoral Leadership from ACU, a Masters in Biblical Studies and a TH.D.
I am from North Carolina but live in Arkansas. I'm a veteran having spent nine years in the U.S. Army 1980-1989.
Greetings to you in Jesus name. Thank you so much for your love, prayers and kindness to towards us. We love you and praying for you regularly. Do you have schedule of time to visit India to preach the God's word at our church and in open air meetings?, Please be give us time to invite you to India. People here in India are thirst for the word of God, pls be plan to visit India for sake of Lord's kingdom. With love, Rev.Jacob Vadlapati
The other day someone told me because I was a Christian, they should be able to slap me and (I must) turn the other cheek. The term turn the cheek was a saying in Jesus' day. A slap to the left side of the face was meant as an insult. While a backhand across the right side was meant to degrade a person. Jesus was saying give them the right side also, because they can not degrade you, I have given you my dignity, and they can not have it. However many unbeliever and some Christians have no idea this is what it means. So to slap a "Christian attempting to harm him physically is not the same as attempting to degrade, and it may get you hurt" is what I told him.