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Greetings, in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 

Restoration means to return something to a former, original, normal, or unimpaired condition. In the times that we are living, that is exactly what God is doing—restoring the church back to its original spiritual state.

In Second Thessalonians 2:3, the Apostle Paul speaks of a “falling away." I would like to pose two questions for consideration: What falling away is Paul referring to? When did this falling away occur?

Jesus established a church in the New Testament (Act 2:1-4) that shined forth the glory of God and brought spiritual life to the Jewish nation. This church consisted of 3 main elements: the Truth of God, the Order of God, and the Spirit of God, all of which enabled the New Testament church to produce overcomers.  However, after the death of the early apostles, the church began to fall into spiritual darkness. This “falling away” and gradual decline is referenced in Revelations 6:1-8. 

But, thanks be to God that we are living in a time of restoration. “I hear a sound of an abundance of rain,”—a great outpouring of God’s Spirit, Truth, and Order returning back to the Body of Christ.

In closing, it will happen just like He said,  “The glory of the latter house will be greater than the former [house]” (Haggai 2:9). It is my hope that every one of you be fully restored according to the will of God, and find your place in the Body of Christ.


The Lord be magnified,

Brother Richard Clark

Overseer of The Living Gospel Churches

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MEET THE staff

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From left to right: Elder Kyron Washington, Sis. Elvie Washington, Elder Dennis Bryant, Sis. Robyn Bryant, Elder Sean Broussard, Elder Devlon Nelson, Sis. Debra Nelson, Sis. Sonya Clark,Elder Richard Clark, Sis. D. Caruthers, Elder Bobby Caruthers, Sis. Bridgette Harris, Min. Richard Harris, Sis. Jennifer Johnson, Min. Aleck Johnson, Sis. Timberly Hall, Elder Charles Hall

Not pictured: Min. Ron McCoy and Sis. Stacy McCoy


what we believe

We believe the Bible (KJV) is the authenticated word of God.

  • II Timothy 3:16-17

  • Revelation 22:18-19

  • II Peter 1:20-21

We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus Christ and that there is no salvation in any other name.

  • Isaiah 7:14

  • Matthew 1:20-23

  • Luke 1:26-27

We believe in the death, burial, resurrection, and ascension of Christ.

  • Mark 16:15-20

  • Acts 1:9-11

  • Acts 13:28-33

We believe in a born-again experience from the Old Life in Adam to the New Life in Jesus Christ.

  • John 3:3-8

  • Romans 5:12-15

  • 1 Corinthians 15:21-22

We believe in the Baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues.

  • Acts 2:1-4

  • Acts 10:44-48

  • Acts 19:1-6

We believe in the Baptism of water by immersion and that it is essential to all believers, and must be administered by an ordained authority of the church.

  • Matthew 28:19

  • Acts 2:38

  • Mark 16:16

We believe in the eternal, invisible God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

  • Colossians 1:15

  • Ephesians 3:14-19

  • Ephesians 4:6

We believe in the Millennial Reign and the Rule of Jesus Christ with his Bride over the earth.

  • Revelation 2:26-27

  • Revelation 5:10

  • Revelation 12:5


We believe in the Second soon-coming of Jesus Christ for the reaping of his Bride out of the Church.

  • John 14:1-4

  • I Corinthians 15:51-58

  • I Thessalonians 4:13-18


We believe in a Life of Holiness and Sanctification unto the Lord and only this class of people will reign with Him.

  • II Corinthians 7:1

  • Hebrews 12:14

  • I Thessalonians 5:23


We believe in the Resurrection of the dead; both the just and unjust.

  • John 5:28-29

  • Acts 24:15

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