Hero 5k Run/Walk

Join us for our Hero 5k run/walk as we raise funds for House of Hope in Orlando.
Runners and walkers of all ages and levels are welcome.

Come dressed as you favorite superhero! Best dressed receives a $50 gift card!

LOCATION: Faith Assembly of God
9307 Curry Ford Road | Orlando

COST: $25 – ADULTS
$15 – KIDS 4-12
3 and under FREE

Cost: $20
Location: Faith Assembly of God – Mainstream Building
9307 Curry Ford Road | Orlando, FL 32825

All attendees of this one-day conference will receive a $10 discount off registration for
The Live Out Loud Singles Conference in February 2018!

Guest Speaker:
Kris Swiatocho
If you’ve ever heard her speak, you know that Kris is the kind of speaker that keeps the crowd captivated, shares great
information, and motivates people to make a difference in the lives of those around them!

Charity Domino Tournament

Saturday, March 4  10 AM – 2 PM

$25 per player – $50 per team
Teams are made up of no more than 2 players.

If you don’t have a team, you can register as an individual,
and we will assign you to a team.

Childcare is available for children under 11 by registering  with 24 hour notice to childcare@faithassembly.org or
by calling 407-275-8790 ext. 1105

Proceeds from this tournament will go towards scholarships for kids and teenagers who would like to attend Camp who my not be able to afford this expense on their own.

Living The LOL Life Week 1

Living The LOL Life – Week 1
(Michael Santiago)


Matthew 16:24

Whoever wants to be my disciple (one who learns by experience) must deny themselves, (Faith: Risk it all through obedient living), take up their cross (Gods plan for their life) and follow me (Be led by the voice of the Father. His children know His voice because they have become familiar through experience).

  1.  Deny Yourself – How in control of your life are you?

Matthew 16:25
For whoever wants to save his (or her) life will lose it, but whoever loses (surrenders) their life for me will find it.

The art of self(ishness) – Matthew 16:26 what good will it be for someone to gain (selfishness) the whole world, yet lose their soul (their ability to be mentally and emotionally connected to God)?

As much as we fight the desire to be selfish, or self-centered, there will always be a (manipulated) need in us to look after number one. Not all of this is bad, but the majority of it is; in that selfishness is a bi-product of deception, which keeps us in control, too afraid to enjoy the benefits our heavenly Father gives us as sons.

How do I deny myself? Faith is the only ingredient needed to express a surrendered life. Like a (good) parent who will risk it all for a child, our heavenly Father gave us a perfect example of what Faith looks like in Jesus. If Jesus is the example of Faith, and God has given to each man a measure (portion) of faith; then it stands to reason that the measure is Jesus. If Jesus is the measure and God’s Spirit resides in us, then we have access to everything Jesus had, Jesus did, and Jesus said.

So, the only thing stopping us from denying ourselves (surrender) is … US.