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The Rest of the StoryPastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Downloads:116
Recorded:8/13/2017
Length: 45 minutes
The church has passed the baton of evangelism through many hands done through the centuries to us. Will future generations find that we ran our segment of the race faithfully? If we love the people of this world as God does, we will want to tell them of this liberating good news. This business will consume our passion to the day we die.
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Saying GoodbyePastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Downloads:126
Recorded:8/6/2017
Length: 44 minutes
Reference:Acts 20:1-38
Paul’s relationship with these believers is a beautiful example of Christian fellowship. He had cared for them and loved them, even cried over their needs. They responded with love and care for him and sorrow over his leaving. They had prayed together and comforted one another. Like Paul, you can build strong relationships with other Christians by sharing, caring, sorrowing, rejoicing, and praying with them. You will gather others around you only by giving yourself away to them.
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God of All ComfortPastor Ken Harvey
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Downloads:128
Recorded:7/23/2017
Length: 38 minutes
Reference:Acts 18:1-17
God encouraged Paul when he was going through a period of discouragement. He did this through four ways: the companionship of friends, the blessing of converts, the fellowship of God, and the frustration of his enemies. God seeks to encourage us as well. He is there when we need Him most.
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PhilippiPastor Ken Harvey
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Downloads:126
Recorded:7/9/2017
Length: 46 minutes
Reference:Acts 16:9-40
Philippi was the key city in the region of Macedonia. Paul founded a church during his visit around A.D. 50-51. Later Paul wrote a letter to the church, the book of Philippians. The letter was tender and personal, showing Pauls' deep love for and friendship with the believers there. In it he thanked them for a gift they had sent, alerted them to a coming visit by Timothy and Epaphroditus, urged the church to clear up any disunity, and encouraged the believers not to give in to persecution.
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Don’t make it DifficultPastor Ken Harvey
Sermon Audio
Downloads:156
Recorded:6/25/2017
Length: 37 minutes
When we share our message across cultural and economic boundaries, we must be sure that the requirements for faith we set up are God’s, not people’s.
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Facing HardshipsPastor Ken Harvey
Media
Downloads:148
Recorded:6/18/2017
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
Media
Downloads:161
Recorded:6/11/2017
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
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Downloads:181
Recorded:5/28/2017
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
Downloads:161
Recorded:5/21/2017
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
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Downloads:179
Recorded:5/14/2017
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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