About Us

Pastor Jim Daulton has been preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ for over 40 years and pastoring at Flagstaff Tabernacle since 1993. He has also travelled through much of the United States and world, including a trip to South America as late as 2011.

Flagstaff Mission Tabernacle is a little church with a steadfast faith and solitary hope in the Lord Jesus Christ. In the 40 years that we have opened our doors we have always tried to be welcoming and loving to any person who desires to worship with us. We yearn to see people accept Jesus as their Lord and savior and to recognize the message that He has sent to his bride in this day and age. We believe that Jesus is the Same Yesterday, Today and Forever (Heb 13:8) – and just as He has done throughout the bible we believe that He sends prophets to reveal his word (Amos 3:7 ). Though many false prophets will arise, a counterfeit one can only exist if there is a real one to copy. We follow the message of Bro. William Marrion Branham – a vindicated prophet whose life and actions bore incredible witness to God’s unchanging nature in this day and age and whose message was clearly declared in Mal 4 and Rev 1-:7. If you’ve ever wondered why things that happened in the bible days don’t seem to happen any more – we would love to share how God hasn’t changed. He has demonstrated in our century very clearly that “the works that I do shall you do and greater.”

  • "But an hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth; for such people the Father seeks to be His worshipers. 24 "God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth."
    John 4:23-24

    That's what's the matter today. When we come to this social gospel teachings of so forth. Why can't they believe in the supernatural signs? They're not looking for it. The Light's gone out, and they just worship God through creeds. But "God is a Spirit," said Jesus. "and they that worship Him, must worship Him in Spirit and in Truth," not creeds, not through the fussing about denominations, but in Spirit of love and in truth. What is truth? Jesus said, "I am the Truth."