The leadership of the Word Is Life Deliverance Church has a commitment to equip the people who make up the body of Christ here. A strong Bible teaching ministry is always the foundation of such a church. There are many anointed teachers in our fellowship and we are blessed for these teachers to minister in that anointing. The Word of God gives us spiritual life and the ability to live this life to the fullest.

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness (2 Tim. 3:16)
What does the Bible itself say regarding the importance of Bible study? A lot; but, let's take a look at two passages, one in the Old Testament, and the other in the New. Both of these passages are the foundation to scores of centuries-old theological works. They convey to us the power and importance of what is important in life—why we do things, how we can do things right, and what we can do to be the best we can be. The basic “meaning of life” stuff.  
The first important passage is Deuteronomy 6:4-9 . This verse starts out what is called the Shema; it means to hear what God has to say. This saying was, and still is the Jew’s rallying cry to know their Lord. This verse also points to the imperative of the next two verses that, in a nutshell, are about memorizing and knowing and doing God’s Word. God is commanding us to teach ourselves and our children His Word, so that it penetrates our hearts, minds and will—that is, every aspect of who we are. And, then, we are to write it down and bind it to all our daily aspects of life. That call is still for us today.
The second important passage is 2 Timothy 3:14-17. Paul, in this passage, gives us a similar call to heed God’s Word. Here is the call to scrutinize, understand, and then apply Scripture. This is the basic inductive precept. This passage is not an instruction to give the Bible the occasional “once over.” It is the clear, uncompromising call to continue in our studies constantly and passionately.
As we consider these scriptures it becomes obvious that systematic and disciplined study of the scripture is a necessity that can not be ignored.
At the WILD Church, multiple opportunities to be exposed to the Word are available to the body. Several study groups meet throughout the week to give members access to fellowship and study.

Our study ministries, coupled with other outreach ministries give our fellowship an opportunity to grow and then express their faith outside of the walls of the building we meet in. Pray, seek the Lord, and find a ministry to get "plugged in". You will enjoy the result.


The Ignite Snyder Mens' Bible Study meets on Monday nights in the Fellowship Hall of the W.I.L.D. Church. Supper is served at 6:15 p.m. followed by worship at 6:45 and video study after.  This study focuses on issues that affect men and encourages them to live a life of honor, integrity and warfare. If you are a man living in today's world, this study will equip you to be able to stand firm for the things that establish righteousness in your household, the church, the community, and the region. Come check out this study led by Pastor Mike Brown and other anointed teachers. Contact info for Pastor Mike is 325-207-0852.
This time of study is designed to touch the hearts of women primarily ages 30 and younger, but women of all ages are welcome. Sister Jackie Hackfeld, the wife of one of our elders, relates the scripture to these young ladies in a way that gives them hope and direction in a world that is filled with doubt and uncertainty. This ministry meets on Tuesday evenings at 6 pm in the Northwest classroom of the educational wing of the WILD CHURCH and child care is provided. Contact Jackie to get more info about this awesome study. Her contact info is 325-207-2981.

This Bible study is led by Melissa Petty and her anointed teaching touches the lives of women of all ages. These studies are on subjects or Biblical characters that speak to the needs of women and the important role that they have in the body of Jesus Christ. Women are empowered to serve the Lord and walk in righteousness offering their families and their church all they can be in Christ. This study meets on Wednesday evening at 6 pm in the Fellowship Hall of the WILD CHURCH. Contact for Melissa is 325-207-1733.
The Rock is our ministry to Jr. High and High School students. We have a building at 30th and Ave F that we call THE ROCK and is dedicated to ministering to our community’s young people. Youth Pastors Mo and Sonya Martinez, along with a group of dedicated youth workers, have a great vision from God and have a desire to love on kids and give them unconditional acceptance in the Name of Jesus Christ.  The youth meet on Wednesday nights at 6:30 and also have a Friday night high school age worship meeting that meets at 8 pm.  Our youth also attend Youth For the Nations Youth Camp in Dallas every summer. If you are interested in becoming a part of this ministry please call Mo or Sonya and get hooked up to serve God at the Rock. Contact info for Mo and Sonya is 432-940-2871
This Adult Bible study led by Brother Ronnie Wooldridge, one of our several ordained ministers at the WILD CHURCH. Ronnie is teaching on Keys to Successful Living and this study meets at 7 pm in the sanctuary of the WILD CHURCH. Ronnie has many life experiences and  has the ability to share how Jesus Christ has changed his life and put him on a God ordained path. If you have struggles that seem to keep you from living the life of freedom that is God's will, come on Wednesday evenings and take advantage of this intimate setting where you can ask questions and receive ministry. For more info you can contact Brother Ronnie at 325-207-4177.
WILD Kid’s Worship is a ministry to the Children of the WILD Church ages 5 years through 5th grade. We provide a worship experience during our regular worship time for this age group that is on their level. Children are dismissed after praise and worship and have a multimedia worship time that gives them foundational truth to live by. Our regular teachers for the WILD Kids Worship are Debra Dennis, Pamela McGrew, and Sarah Smith. These ladies are a tremendous blessing to the kids and our body. We also have a summer camp experience for this age kids at Kid's For the Nations in Dallas, Texas. For more information or to get involved in helping with this ministry call Pastor Mike at 325-207-0852.
The Nursery and Toddlers ministry provides loving care for the least in our church body. This ministry serves the children age’s birth through 4 years old. Using materials from Lifeway our teachers are dedicated to touching even the youngest of our congregation with the love of Jesus. Those who work in this ministry are primarily paid staff members who work part-time.  All workers have had background checks run and have been cleared to work based on strict criteria. If you have questions about this ministry for your child or an interest in working in the Nursery/Toddler ministry ask Pastor Mike Brown or call at 325-207-0852.

This ministry is a ministry to women that focuses on retreats for women, teenage girls, and married couples. This awesome ministry was birthed by the vision given to Melissa Petty. God has impacted the lives of many women, teens, and couples in our area and has expanded to include a retreat in North Dakota to women there. This group of ladies bring a dynamic worship experience, an anointed word, and individual ministry. If you are interested in attending a retreat or working with this group, contact Melissa Petty at 325-207-1733.


The Heart of God Closer Walk Reunion group meets on Thursday evenings at 6 pm. This group is an accountability group that share what God is doing in there lives weekly and also provides Agape gifts for men and women walks sponsored by the Mesquite Country Christian Community Closer Walk group. This is a safe place to share your heart and experience intimate fellowship with other believers. If you have attended a Closer Walk, you are welcome to join this group in fellowship. If you are interested in attending a walk in the future you can contact June Wycliffe at 325-207-5882 or Josie Haubert at 325-436-9406.


This ministry uses dowel rods, some basic dance moves and sign language to worship the Lord.  Using wooden dowel rod sticks, Uproar interprets and bring to life contemporary Christian music as a dramatic art form. The concept of using sticks in movement was designed for those who desired to express themselves through movement, but who lacked formal training, or were uncomfortable or unable to participate in dance. Please contact Ruthie Brown at 325-207-1107 and get more details about this great ministry that touches the heart of God and the hearts of worshippers of all ages. This ministry has reached out and ministered at conferences, Closer Walk meetings, outdoor concerts, and of course in our own worship services at the WILD CHURCH.


Sister Jearldene Anderson along with other anointed teachers share the Word of God on Sunday mornings at 9:15 am in the Northwest classroom of the educational wing. The Anointed Word Bible Class focuses on scriptural principles found in the word of God that are life changing and present those who are studying with an opportunity for spiritual growth. Jearldene has been a life long student of the word of God and ministers the word every opportunity that she gets. There is child care provided for those who need this ministry. You will gain valuable insight into the precious scripture and find strength to live life for our God and King, Jesus Christ.



The Worship team is made up of people who love to sing, play instruments, dance, paint, sign language, or any other form of worship that gives glory and honor to the Lord Jesus. Those who serve the Lord on this team go through a process and are normally asked to serve on a trial basis and then will be assigned a time to help in leading others into the presence of God. The call of a psalmist is more than talent but is instead anointing. If you feel the tug of the Holy Spirit to serve God on this elite team of worship leaders contact Sister Kathy Wofford at 325-436-9862 for more information about how to get started.
This ministry focuses on helping each person in our body to have a great worship experience. The ministry deals with the sound, computer media, video camera, and greeting worshippers as they enter the sanctuary. Our worship services are an important part of our time together as a body of Christ. This ministry opportunity is extremely important and helps to give our people the best experience with God. If you have an interest in computers, sound boards and mics, video camera and video production, or just making people feel welcome when they first entire the building, this ministry is for you. Training is available for areas you want to step out and try. Just contact Jay and Amy at 325-436-4782 and let them know you would like to be trained and put on the schedule.
Fellowship meals are an important part of the W.I.L.D. Church family life. Several times a year we sit down as a body and enjoy good food and awesome fellowship. This helps us to know each other outside of the worship experience and allows us to have communion with the entire family of God. Also, when someone related to the W.I.L.D. Church family experiences a death or health problem, the body of Christ at the W.I.L.D. Church responds to help feed the family members and meet this basic need during a time of grief or stress. Josie Haubert heads up this ministry and always welcomes help to set up tables, cook, or serve members of the church. Call her at 325-436-9406.
The WILD Deacon Family Ministry is a ministry dedicated to touching the lives of those who are part of the WILD Church. The Deacons are men and women who are committed to loving and praying for our fellowship. They minister to the flock of God through prayer, hospital visitation, home visitation, and through serving during worship services to facilitate ministry and make sure that things are done decently and in order. Deacon Jim Petty is the Deacon coordinator and helps organize the work of the deacon body at the WILD CHURCH. Our current deacons are Jim Petty, Mike Hall, Roy Brown,  Art Haubert, Phillip Hernandez, Joe Rocha, Michael Loper, Jimmy  Pittman, and Russel Thomas. If you have a need for deacon ministry check to see who your family is assigned to Click here


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