Steve Smothermon: We Must Never Stop Being The Church!

by | Jan 13, 2021 | American Church, Church Leadership, COVID 19, Pastor's Perspective, Podcast, Politics and Faith | 0 comments

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TODAY’S GUEST: Pastor Steve Smothermon, senior pastor of Legacy Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is also an author and speaker who believes in staying true to God’s Word and refusing to compromise or cater to culture. His church is now ministering in 4 campus locations and on local TV, focusing on delivering and applying the Word of God in practical, life-changing and unapologetic ways. He and his wife Cynthia have 3 children, and 8 grand-kids.

Legacy Church was fined $10,000 for holding a Christmas Eve service and not following New Mexico governor’s mandates; we discuss also the battle between Christians and government, unreasonable state restrictions on churches, obeying God or man, open censorship of American citizens by Big Tech and liberal media activists, and the responsibility of pastors to lead in these dark times.

“I knew that during this time, we needed to be the Church more than ever. Some people decided to slow down, but we decided to speed up. We didn’t want to let this (COVID-19) shut down, shut us down. We will never stop being the Church.” Pastor Steve Smothermon

“We are called to be pastors, not trend-setters.”


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