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  • Jubilee Church Worship Team Prepares for Pentecost Retreat

    Jubilee Church in Nashville will attend the Southeast Regional Retreat in Atlanta on May 18-20, 2018 and the worship team of Jubilee Church will serve the retreat program of Praise and Prayer night and Sunday Service on Pentecost. Jubilee Church worship team is preparing to serve this precious gathering with the sincere heart to bring a graceful retreat. May all church member prepare their heart as an empty and pure vessel to receive the full grace of God.

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  • May 9 | 2018
    Spring Bible Study Program at Jubilee

    Jubilee Church is holding the Spring Bible study program on Thursdays for those who are interested in growing in the knowledge of Bible, and the purpose of this program is to build up the firm Biblical foundation for the faith journey. The content of Bible study program is the Four Spiritual Laws through the book of Genesis and Romans. The program objective is to provide the whole understanding of Bible from Creation, Fall, Salvation and Kingdom of God. This program aims to lay down the solid conviction on salvation through Jesus Christ and hope for the Kingdom of God with passion to share the Gospel. The program is now ongoing on every Thursday 7 to 8pm. Please check out the…

  • April 30 | 2018
    Seek First His Kingdom and His Righteousness

    On April 29, Jubilee Church held the last Sunday Service of April and the sermon was continued from Matthew 6:16-34 titled, “Seek First His Kingdom and His Righteousness” Continuing two acts of the righteousness of giving and praying, Jesus’ teaching was on how we should do fasting in right way. Fasting is seeking God, giving oneself entirely to God, so we should be concerned only about His honor and His glory instead of demonstrating our own self-righteousness to others. Our Lord not only taught religious aspects of our lives, but he also gave the answer to our mundane life how we can deal with the cares of this world. We need to trust God who cares us and He knows…

  • April 26 | 2018
    “Compel Them To Come In, So That My House Will Be Full”

    Luke 14:23-24 “Then the master told his servant, ‘Go out to the roads and country lanes and compel them to come in, so that my house will be full. I tell you, not one of those who were invited will get a taste of my banquet.’” On April 25, Jubilee Church Wednesday Service message was preached from Luke 14:15-24 titled, “Compel Them To Come In, So That My House Will Be Full.” The Parable of the Great Banquet was given as Jesus’ response to the fellow dinner guest who exclaimed, “Blessed is the one who will eat at the feast in the kingdom of God” after Jesus’ teaching on humility and hospitality from the previous verses from Luke 14:7-14. Jews…