A Church built on The Solid Rock

Clarks Green Assembly of God

Ministering to the Lord and the community!

Located at 204 South Abington Road, Clarks Green, PA  18411

Phone: 570.586.8286     Email: cgagpa@epix.net

Visit  us at
204 S Abington Rd, Clarks Green, PA
18411.  For more information,
stop by the office
or call 570.586.8286.
Sunday School at 9:45am
Morning Worship at 11:00am
Children's Ministry at 11:00am 
Welcome to our website.  We invite you to peruse our many pages. 

Please take special note of our Ministries Page which provides details

of programs we use for teaching, fellowship and accountability. 

Upcoming events are updated frequently on our Events Page.


Visit us often - here and at the church.

Office Hours: 10am to 3pm daily

Join us every Sunday at 9:45am for Sunday School.

We have classes for ages two through adult.


January  At A Glance



7pm Family Night: Girls' Club (ages 3-12),

Royal Rangers (ages 4-18),Anchored Youth, Young Adult Blueprints and Adult Bible Study 

31: Ladies’ Birthday Breakfast 8:30am

31: Worship Seminar w/Mike Warner 10am



Feb.1: SUPER BOWL Men's Ministry PARTY at Armetta's 5:30pm

3: Annual Business Meeting 7pm







1)       I decree that in 2015, I willincrease in my separation unto God and His   Waysas I choose Him in all things. (1 Thessalonians 5:23)

2)        I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in my love for God, for myself, and for others. (Matthew 22:37-40)

3)        I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in perfect peace, wholeness and soundness in my heart and mind, in allmy ways, and in every situation.     (2Peter1:2)

4)         I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in wisdom from above because I love wisdom and ask for wisdom. (James1:5)

5)         I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in the grace of God that enables me both to will and to do of His goodpleasure. (John 1:16; Philippians 2:13)

6)         I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in the strength of the Lord as I wait on Him. (Isaiah 40:31)

7)         I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in divine health and healing.           (3 John 1:2)

8)         I decree that in 2015, I will increase  in abundance and prosperity.  All my needswill be met according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.        (Deuteronomy 1:11; Philippians 4:19)

9)         I decree that in 2015, I will receiveincreased revelation in the knowledge of Jesus Christ, His kingdom, and His Righteousness.(Ephesians 1:17)

10)         Idecree that in 2015, I will receive increased manifestationof miracle-working power. (Acts1:8)

11)         Idecree that in 2015, I will receive increased answers to prayeras I pray according to God’s will. (1John 5:14, 15)

12)         Idecree that in 2015, I will increase  in the purity of my heart, its motives, and its passions.  As a result, I will perceive God in newrealms and  dimensions. (Matthew5:8)

13)         Idecree that in 2015, I will increase  in boldness to proclaim the Gospel  and as a result, many will turn to theLord! (Acts 4:31)

14)         Idecree that in 2015, I will increase  in peace, and fear will no longer b part of who I am in Christ. (2 Timothy 1:7)

15)         Idecree that in 2015, my (our) best is yet to come!                  (1Corinthians2:9; Romans 8:28)

“And let us consider
how we may spur one
another on toward love
and good deeds. Let
us not give up meeting
together, as some are
in the habit of doing,
but let us encourage
one another—and all
the more as you see
the Day approaching”
(Hebrews 10:24-25).


What a Fish Story!

Read: Exodus 20:1 through 23:19; Matthew 17:14–27

A fisherman, upon leaving his home, promised his wife fish for dinner that night. However, the fish didn’t cooperate, and he was forced to stop at a fish market. He asked the clerk to throw the fish to him so that he could honestly say, “I caught these myself.” With a little humor, the man found a way keep his obligation.

In Matthew, Jesus gave some strange instructions for Peter so they could keep their obligation to the government.

“Take the first fish you catch; open its mouth and you will find a four-drachma coin. Take it and give it to them for my tax and yours” (Matthew 17:27).

Tax collectors had asked Peter if Jesus paid the temple tax. “Yes, he does!” Peter answered. Then he asked Jesus about it. Jesus told Peter how to get money to pay taxes for the two of them.

Even though at times it may have been burdensome, Jesus Christ obeyed the laws of man. He set an example in obeying the laws of government. Christians should be good citizens of this world.

Challenge for Today: Commit to following the government’s laws.

Quicklook: Matthew 17:24–27

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