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The Ministry of Fruitful Fellowship was established in December of 2009. We are an international ministry that strives to meet the needs of the people. Recently we have begun efforts to join the fight against human trafficking and sexual abuse in the Caribbean. We financially support other ministries who work to house, feed, and rehabilitate... Continue Reading →


Hebrews 11: 1; There is a direct relationship between faith and hope. You can't have one without the other. Faith gives substance to things we hope for. Remove hope, and faith has no goal to achieve. An illustration of that is as followers; a certain boy attended a church service. As the people started praising... Continue Reading →


I know sometimes it's hard to find the strength to pull yourself together; When that feeling comes along remember it's only a feeling which is a word that's not in the Bible. Isaiah 43: 1-3; But now, thus says the Lord who created you, O Jacob, and He who formed you, O Israel: Fear not,... Continue Reading →

Praying More Effectively

   Jonathan FruitfulFellowship Ambrose on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 9:31am · Key Scripture: "And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask anything according to his will, he hearth us" 9 1 John 5:14). God is never more than a prayer away. ......................thank you Father for giving your only... Continue Reading →

God Alone is Lord!

GOD ALONE IS LORD. The book of Habakkuk clearly explains the power of the Lord. Sometimes it seems that God is silent or even absent when we cry out to him from our pain. But let’s not mistake God’s silence for His absence. God can use some painful circumstances of our lives to teach us... Continue Reading →

God And I

Jesus makes me Smile,Laugh, and Walk again, Oh Lord, you are the only One, that's why I am holding on so long! There were times when I felt I would give it up There were times when I felt I couldn't live it up There was time when I felt I would just lie down... Continue Reading →

Renew Your Faith Like Job

Job; the 18th book of the Bible. Set in the period of the patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph) it gives the account of a man who loses everything- his wealth, his family, his health, everything and wrestles with the question. Why? The book begins with a heavenly debate between God and Satan and moves... Continue Reading →

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