Todd Wagner — Watermark Community Church, Dallas, TX



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Pastor Todd Wagner makes comments (9 min.) on the importance of understanding Christian worldview after Chuck Colson finishes speaking. Filmed on October 2, 2011 at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas.

“Salvation Is Yours” Bishop Norman Wagner & Voices of Pentecost



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This is track 2 from the album “That’s The Day We Are Looking For”.
Lead by Sarah Sander and Bishop Norman Wagner
Norman L. Wagner was born on January 14, 1942 in Youngstown, OH. He accepted the call to salvation at the age of 14. Bishop Wagner’s spiritual gifts were nurtured by the leadership of his spiritual father, Bishop Raymond L. Robinson, who was the pastor of Mt. Calvary Pentecostal Church in Youngstown, OH. Bishop Wagner’s mother, grandparents, aunts and uncles were charter members of Calvary. Bishop Wagner, a consummate worshipper, lived and loved for worship, thus coining the phrase “Worship is A Lifestyle” – NLW. His manner, his deportment, his conversation was evidence that worship was indeed a lifestyle and he led his life with excellence. He was known as a preacher’s preacher, teacher’s teacher, songwriter, singer, author, administrator par excellence, musical arranger, producer and dynamic choir director. It was once said that this theologian wore his anointing and his relationship with God like a well-tailored garment. His knowledge of the scripture was unparalleled.

A natural born leader, he held many positions within his home church and organization, the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. At the age of 23 he acknowledged the call to minister the Word of God. Bishop Wagner, supported by his loving wife – Rita Helen Wagner whom he married in February of 1964, later left his successful management position with Strouss Department Store to embark upon the evangelistic field full time. He later was elected by the people and called by God to become the pastor of Mt. Calvary Pentecostal Church, which he renamed Calvary Ministries International. Through his leadership this small church grew to become an international ministry boasting over 2,500 members, one of the largest congregations in the city of Youngstown. Bishop Wagner was recognized as the pioneering influence in Black gospel television. In 1976 he created Tel-A-World Ministries and became the executive producer of “The Power of Pentecost”, a locally produced and nationally distributed gospel television program. The Power of Pentecost was chosen to represent the Armed Forces Radio and Television Network, reaching over 57 foreign countries weekly. Always committed to enhancing the quality of life for all members of the community, Bishop Wagner spearheaded the construction of Calvary Towers, a 3.2 million dollar, 7 story, 70 unit [HUD 202, Section 8] senior citizens’ complex. A man with the heart for young people and his community, he instituted the “Sons of Thunder Little League Football Team” which has been in existence for almost 30 years. This outreach ministry helped to shape the lives of the young people who came through this program, producing not only professional athletes, but outstanding professionals in business, politics, education and the like. Bishop Wagner envisioned a leadership conference to equip leaders for destiny, thus founding Pentecost In Perspective International in 1985. This conference is one of the oldest of its kind and has served as a source of inspiration, instruction, education, revelation and training for pastors, church leaders, business and political leaders.

Within the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. he held various positions. He became the Northern Ohio District Youth Chairman, Youth Chairman of the International Pentecostal Young People’s Union, District Elder with the state of Ohio, and General Secretary. During the 1988 summer convention of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc., he was consecrated Bishop and made Diocesan of the 31st Episcopal District {Continent of Europe}, an under-served region at that time. Under his leadership, the European Council of Nations (ECN) was established. Bishop Wagner, along with his team established over 35 churches as well as accepting into its diocese several established churches.

In 1998, Bishop Wagner was elected to the Office of Presiding Prelate of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc., the oldest and one of the largest Apostolic organizations in the world with well over 1.5 million followers worldwide. He served in that capacity for two full terms and later became the Bishop of the 13th Episcopal District (State of Texas) within the organization.

Bishop Norman L. Wagner was a man of compassion, integrity, excellence and vision. His love and desire for all men to excel and be blessed is apparent in the many sacrifices he and his wife have made, but more importantly, the products of humanity that have been produced. His favorite call was being a husband to Rita Helen and father to their two miracle daughters, Christian Joy and Camille Antoinette (Kent Barrett). They have two beautiful granddaughters, British Milan and Dream Harmony. Bishop Norman L. Wagner departed this life on January 30, 2010 at the age of 68, a couple of weeks after heart surgery.

Pastor John Wagner – Turning Point Community Church – Lubbock, Texas



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Using a master’s diploma from Honolulu College in faith and theology, Pastor David Wagner retains over 25 25 years of developing churches across America and experience leading. He regularly exhibits his innovative character by initiating fresh out-reach paths and David Wagner now acts as the lead pastor for Turning-Point Community Church and supporting neighborhood and the cathedral develop.

Developing a cathedral might look like it depends more on chance than something the chapel leaders or neighborhood can perform, by emphasizing several places, but in fact, nearly every church may increase in dimension. Out-reach is an important contributor to church increase. Without out-reach attempts, possible people is not going to learn in regards to its own numerous choices and the cathedral. This this is often a an issue for many churches, specifically, but more folks will begin attending providers and a few of these individuals might become life-long associates when both leaders and associates start discussing details about the chapel within their neighborhood.

Forming teams to take care of individuals is just another way churches may enlarge. Because a lot of occasions can be only attended by a parson and assist so a lot of people, by creating teams of churchgoers that are dedicated to assisting other associates with specific issues, the stress is taken off the curate and aids fulfill the requirements community people. They are able to rapidly become burnt-out if pastors need to give attention to taking care of all. Since they may not have the power to completely direct the members, church increase could be positively prevented by this. Without appropriate direction, churches can not develop efficiently plus they might also fight to improve their assignment.

Pastor John Wagner directs Turning-Point Community Church in Tx. He also acts as the the first choice of the Staff for the ministerial team Agreement Ministries Worldwide, whose over 1 1,000 people provide courses, outreach, courses to a world-wide community that is.

Pastor John Wagner

Directed by Pastor Donald T. Demola, the CMI Apostolic Group additionally contains ministerial leaders who represent South-West California, Indianapolis, Maryland, Nj, Central America, and several other components of the globe.

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TUCSON, ARIZONA CHURCH AND CONGRESS DOWNTOWN



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Here we are in Paradise, that’s Tucson, Arizona on a beautiful afternoon at an outdoor cafe. It’s the corner of Church and Congress St and we can see the former Valley Bank Building, site of the 1956 movie “A Kiss Before Dying” starring Robert Wagner and Joanne Woodward. In the movie we see a beautiful panorama of the city more than 50 years ago right before he throws her off the top of the building. With us at the cafe is lovely Dorothy McCutcheon (Dorothy Haas), 1961 graduate of Catalina High School.