Church History - Truth Chapel

World Evangelism Fellowship Church
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Christ and Him crucified. - 1 Corinthians 2:2
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In the early 1990s, Scott Corbin began watching and supporting Jimmy Swaggart Ministries.  This was his first introduction to Pentecost and the Baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues.  At that time, Scott received this gift and his heart was filled with a desire to share the Gospel.  Beginning "The Saviour Is Waiting Ministries", Scott Corbin created a website where he shared the Gospel, offered free tracts, and offered free tapes of himself teaching the Word of God.  Before long, the ministry also included a live radio program where he aired Gospel music for the first hour, and preached during the second hour.

In 2000, Scott began dating his soon-to-be wife, Nikkie, and together they began going into nursing homes to share the Word of God with the elderly.

Scott and Nikkie were married in 2002.  They continued to do ministry work together.  However, at the time, Nikkie did not know and understand the message of the Cross as it regards sanctification.  In early 2004, Nikkie began to understand this message and at that time, God placed on the hearts of Scott and Nikkie to begin a church that would preach that message.

Scott Corbin received his ordination from World Evangelism Fellowship (a part of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries) in 2004 and in September of that year, the church was formed and opened.

The church began in rented facilities on South Pine Street which was a huge blessing and miracle.  In 2010, God provided for Truth Chapel to purchase over 11 acres of land in the Camp Croft area on Hickory Hill Road.  The church continued to stay in the rented facilities, but began having outdoor services on their land during appropriate weather and doing other outreaches on the land.

In 2013, Truth Chapel began a school and funds were donated to build a one-room classroom on the ministry grounds.

Meanwhile, at Truth Chapel, ministry is the heart of the pastors.  In early 2013, Truth Chapel also began a Roku channel called Vision of Truth Television and towards the end of 2013, they applied for a low powered FM station in Spartanburg called Sound of Truth Radio.  This station was granted a construction permit, and in March 2015, the station was completed and began airing on 92.1 FM.

In 2018, the church moved downtown to 250 N Church Street where they opened a bookstore and a prayer room, and increased ministry work through various recording rooms.  They hope to soon begin a weekly tv program to air locally and via the Internet.

Scott and Nikkie have 5 children: Matthew, Gabrielle, Jeremiah, Elijah, and Chloe.  You can read more about this family on their personal website
250 N Church Street - Spartanburg, SC - (864) 585-3006
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