Click here for more information about Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2021.
Kingdom Fellowship Weekend is an annual gathering, typically held the last weekend of August in south-central Pennsylvania. It serves as a forum for Biblical edification focusing on spiritual renewal, fervent prayer, and absolute surrender to our King, Jesus. We are committed to a Christian expression that is Christ-centered, Scripture-anchored, and Kingdom-focused, specifically as modeled by the Anabaptist tradition.
“It was the first time we attended and our family looked forward to it all summer. It was everything we anticipated and more. Re-connecting with old friends. Making new friends. Receiving teaching from seasoned men — John D Martin, Dale Heisey, Curt Wagoner and others. Connecting at a heart level in the small groups. Hearing of kingdom exploits and growth in many places and ways. But most impressive to me — though there was diversity of culture, ethnicity, and fellowship, there was an amazing sense of unity and purpose that was as tangible as the diversity. It was a microcosm of the kingdom of God.
“The ultimate challenge is to begin there and expand the kingdom to the ends of the earth. Christ taught us to pray that kingdom would come and His will be done in earth as it is in heaven. May we experience this in our day!”– Kingdom Fellowship Weekend attendee
Be in prayer for the advancement of the Kingdom of God. Several brothers who participate in Kingdom Fellowship Weekend have started a prayer movement to encourage participants to engage in a 24/7 prayer chain lifting ceaseless prayer to the King eternal. Learn more and become involved at the “Eternal Prayer Flame” website.
Prayer is the waterwheel, the engine, the magnet, the fire, the soul, the access to power behind every victory. Jesus himself said, “Without Me you can do nothing.” Period. Nothing. Prayer connects the soul with the Source of Life and Power and allows for the Source of Life and Power to flow in and fill up the soul and overflow to influence the world for eternity. Prayer is not the least you or I can do. It is the most important thing you and I can do.Harold Troyer, “Eternal Prayer Flame” organizer