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Facing HardshipsPastor Ken Harvey
Length: 31 minutes
Reference:Acts 14:1-28
Paul and Barnabus returned to visit the believers in all the cities where they had recently been threatened and physically attacked. They believed they had a responsibility to encourage the new believers. No matter how inconvenient or uncomfortable the task, we must always support new believers who need our help and encouragement. It was not convenient or comfortable for Jesus to go to the cross for us!
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Set FreePastor Ken Harvey
Length: 29 minutes
References:Luke 4:16-21
Acts 13:13-52
Through Him everyone who believes is set free from every sin. (Acts 13:39 NIV)
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The Great EscapePastor Ken Harvey
Length: 38 minutes
Reference:Acts 12:1-19
Herod's plan undoubtedly was to execute Peter, but the believers were praying for Peter's safety. The arrest prayer of the church significantly affected the outcome of these events. Prayer changes things, so pray often and with confidence. (Life Application Bible Notes)
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What's in a Name?Pastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 39 minutes
References:Acts 11:19-30
Philippians 2:9-11
The young church at Antioch was a curious mixture of Jews (who spoke Greek or Aramaic) and Gentiles. It is significant that this is the first place where the believers were called Christians (or "Christ-ones") because all they had in common was Christ - not race, culture, or even language. Christ can cross all boundaries and unify all people.
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A Hunger for Something NewPastor Ken Harvey
Length: 39 minutes
References:Acts 10:1-48
John 17:21
Galatians 3:28
Prejudice and intolerant exclusivism grieves the heart of the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus prayed in the garden: "that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me." And Paul wrote to the church in Galatia, "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." Cultural barriers were no less deep-seated and rigid in the ancient world than in
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TabithaPastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 38 minutes
References:Acts 9:32-43
Ephesians 2:10
"Tabitha made an enormous impact on her community by 'always doing good and helping the poor,' by making robes and other clothing. When she died, the room was filled with mourners, very likely many of the people she had helped. And when she was brought back to life, the news reached through the town. God uses great preachers like Peter and Paul, but he also uses those who have gifts of kindness like Tabitha. Rather than wishing you had other gifts, make good used of the gifts God has given you." Life Applic
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ChosenPastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 39 minutes
References:Acts 9:1-19
Ephesians 1:11
1 Peter 2:9
1 Thessalonians 1:4
We have not accidentally stumbled into a relationship with our savior Jesus Christ, Rather, we have been chosen by him to know his grace and mercy. We are a special possession to him who has called us out of darkness into his wonderful light.
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What Can Stand in the Way?Pastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 36 minutes
Phillip was having a successful preaching ministry to great crowds in Samaria, but he obediently left that ministry to travel on a desert road. Because Phillip went where God sent him, Ethopia was opened up to the gospel. Follow God's leading even if it seems like a demotion. At first you may not understand his plans, but the results will prove that God's way is right.
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StephenPastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 40 minutes
References:Acts 6:5-15
Acts 7
"Stephen's life is a continual challenge to all Christians. Because he was the first to die for the faith, his sacrifices raises questions: How many risks do we take sin being Jesus' followers? Would we be willing to die for him? Are we really willing to live for him?" Life Application Bible p.1597
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We must obey God rather than human beings!Pastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Length: 35 minutes
Reference:Acts 5:12-42
The apostles knew their priorities. While we should try to live at peace with everyone, conflict with the world and its authorities is sometimes inevitable for a Christian. There will be situations where you cannot obey both God and man. Then you must obey God and trust his word. Let Jesus' words in Luke 6:22 encourage you. "Blessed are you when men hate you, when they exclude you and insult and reject your name as evil, because of the Son of Man."
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