The House Of Israel in Fort Worth, TX with Reviews - YP.com

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02/21/2016
By: Rj. C.
The Filling Station
Today- The 21st of second month of the year 20XVI, One of the Rawest, pure form of teaching I have herd in fifty two years.This place in Fort Worth is being slept on. From being a California- native with few blood related family members in the area, I can say that this Church is & will rise . From. City of Refuge in Gardena- So-Cal, To The Lord's Gym/ Abundant Life Fellowship in the 916 area - let not forget. Calvert Christian Center also in Sacarmento- This Church. PASTOR IS DYNAMIC. NOT JOCK'in but next to COGIC Pastor LIVINGSTON in Davenport - Iowa- Look out for God's gift to Fort Worth Texas. R.E.B.O.R.N. II KINGS 6:16
12/28/2013
By: blingqu33n
Texas Twins Events
Reverend Wendy Wortham is very professional,kind,and a people person.She has a huge heart and is willing to go the extra mile ti make all of her events memorable. She is one of the nicest people and everything she works on is beautiful including her personality. You will not be disappointed. I was extremely impressed with my event. I will never forget all the beauty, kindness and love. God bless you and thank you Texas Twins Events!!
12/26/2013
By: wendy.wortham
Texas Twins Events
Reverend Wendy had cake,champagne & flowers! Real crystal too- way more than I expected totally thrilled I chose Texas Twins Events
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06/06/2011
By: revarbo
Arbo Ministries
THE ADDRESS LISTED HERE IS WRONG.THE CORRECT ADDRESS FOR MAILING IS;PO BOX 8552FORT WORTH TX 76124-0552
12/17/2014
By: Charles H.
Copeland Kenneth Ministries
This ministry is God inspired. It is Holy onto the Lord Jesus. In Business for 45 years. Praise Jesus.
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