God's Filling Station
503 Johnston School Rd.
Asheville, N.C. 28806
Ph. 828-253-3848

 

Worship Service Times
Sunday School  10am.
Sunday Worship 11am. & 6pm. 
Wed. 7pm

Welcome To God's Filling Station! A come-as-you-are church. We are excited about what God is doing here and we pray you find your place here with us. As we always say if you don't have a home church, you got one now! You are only a visitor one time, and then you are family. We aim to see souls saved and on fire for Him. We want to see you grow in the Word and serving Him with everything you have. Our hearts are for His people, so we welcome you with open arms.

God is good, all the time!!!!!

''We should spend as much time in thanking God for His benefits as we do asking Him for them.''

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Why We Need Churches
And this I pray, that your love may abound still more and more in knowledge and all discernment, that you may approve the things that are excellent, that you may be sincere and without offense till the day of Christ, being filled with the fruits of righteousness which are by Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God.
—Philippians 1:9–11
The Bible tells us that one of the signs of the last days, among other things, will be false teaching. And the only way we are going to be able to detect false teaching is by knowing what the Word of God teaches.

Paul prayed for the Philippian Christians that their knowledge of God's Word would grow. He said, "This I pray, that your love may abound still more and more in knowledge and all discernment, that you may approve the things that are excellent" (Philippians 1:9–10). We need an intelligent, discerning love that does the right thing. The word that Paul used here for approved could be translated "to examine, prove, and analyze." This is an area in which we all need to grow.

I think there are a lot of Christians who haven't really formed a proper theology, and maybe one of the reasons is because they jump from church to church. With the various ideas they expose themselves to, they can get a little confused, and they may not really know what they believe about a given subject.

I don't think that church hopping is good for spiritual growth. But I do think that every Christian needs a church. I think they need a theology. I think they need a pastor. I think they need to be consistent. And I think they need accountability in a church.

Every believer needs to find a church and commit to it. I am not saying that we can't ever visit a church if we go somewhere else. What I am saying is to find a church, stay there, be faithful, pray for the pastor, listen to what he says, and support that ministry. Be accountable, and develop and use your spiritual gifts in that place.