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KFW2016 — “Discipleship”

“And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” ~II Timothy 2:2

21st Century & Discipleship

Opening message by Joe Root. What are the opportunities and challenges for discipleship today?

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Jesus & Discipleship

Saturday morning message by Dean Taylor. How should the life and teaching of Christ direct our discipleship?

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Families, Singles, Small Groups, & Discipleship

Saturday afternoon short topics featuring Clayton Shenk, Mathias Overholt, and David Adams.

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Community & Discipleship

Panel discussion between Matthew Millioni, John D Martin, Dean Taylor, and Ernest Eby. Moderated by Curt Wagoner. How can and should community serve as a catalyst for discipleship?

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Evangelism & Discipleship

Sunday morning, Lloyd Troyer shared on evangelism and discipleship in light of eternity.

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Multiplication & Discipleship

The final message by Finny Kuruvilla. What are simple steps for multiplying disciples throughout the entire world?

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KFW2015 — “Lifting a Standard”

When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him. –Isaiah 59:19

Handwriting on the Wall

Curt Wagoner warns us that the time is short and challenges God’s people to lift up a standard of holiness while living like pilgrims in a modern day Babylon.

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Lifting a Standard Against the Innocent Bloodshed of Abortion

Finny Kuruvilla calls us to ponder how we can lift a standard against the innocent bloodshed happening all around us by calling us to embrace the command in God’s word to “take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness but rather expose them.” Eph. 5:11

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Lifting a Standard Against the Plague of Immorality

Panel discusses some of the prevalent issues of immorality that plague our world today and too often need to be repented of within the four walls of the church as well. Not an easy subject to tackle but a very necessary one in these times.

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Blowing the Trumpet

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KFW2014 — “I will build my Church”

And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. –Matthew 16:18

Upon this Rock

Brother John Byers shares his heart for the Church of Jesus in the world today.

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Panel Discussion: The Biblical Answer to Modern Ecumenicalism

What is God’s will for unity in his Church? How is it attained? How does Biblical unity contrast with the modern ecumenical movement?

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Women’s Sharing Time

Saturday afternoon women’s sharing time led by Christine Lamicela at Kingdom Fellowship Weekend.

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Brotherhood Accountability

The doctrine, desire, and determinator of Brotherhood Accountability.

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Biblical Leadership

Using personal examples, Brother Lloyd teaches about leading from a heart of loving service.

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Expansion of the Church

4 applications from Scripture illustrated by stories from Adoniram Judson’s life.

Some of the points are Expansion of the church:

  • Depends on the power of friendship
  • Is not flashy but steady and unstoppable
  • Demands our lives
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KFW2013 — “Ye shall receive power”

But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. –Acts 1:8

The Missionary and a Burden for Islam

Brother T.H. gives Anabaptist people a challenge to reach out to the Muslim community.

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The Nature of the Church: Aggressive and Conquering

The nature of the church is to be aggressive and conquering with intentional strategy.

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The Mission of the Church: Training, Equipping, Preparing, & Sending

Brother Harold Troyer gives the Church a challenge to train, equip, prepare and send out laborers.

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The Missionary, the Anabaptist, and the Muslim

Brother T.H. challenges Anabaptist people to get involved in reaching out to Muslims.

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The Missionary: A Humble Servant

Brother Emanuel reminds us that the missionary is to present himself as a humble servant.

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The Missionary and the Power of the Holy Spirit

The missionary is challenged to utilize the power of the Holy Spirit as he does his work.

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KFW2012 — “He that doeth the will of my Father”

Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. –Matthew 7:21

Following Christ in Embracing His Kingdom

One of the most powerful messages on the Kingdom of God and those who, in the past, did Kingdom living. Kingdom living is about focusing on the King and His teachings. Matthew 57 are the key chapters about living in the Kingdom of God.

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Honoring Christ by Embracing the Beatitudes

The beatitudes are an introduction to the Sermon on the Mount. Daniel focuses on how these “attitudes” are to be believed and lived out. We need to embrace the values taught in the beatitudes.

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Exalting Christ Through the Investment of Our Resources

A powerful message on possessions. This message is to encourage Christians everywhere in America to spend more on helping the needy. The kingdom calls for it. John D. Martin challenges this generation to be the most sacrificial generation.

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Manifesting Christ by Walking in Suffering Love

A Christians, we are loyal to a new Kingdom that calls us to suffering love. Jesus showed us how to suffer. Part of suffering love is understanding that the weapon of those in the Kingdom of God is the Word of God NOT a sword or other physical weapon. We call those who will not fight when drafted Conscientious Objectors which John believes they should rather be called Scriptural Objectors.

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