Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2019

Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2019 was hosted at Roxbury Holiness Camp on August 23-25, 2019.

Brochure: See 2019 PDF brochure.

Theme: “Heroes of Faith”

“Remember your leaders who have spoken God’s word to you. As you carefully observe the outcome of their lives, imitate their faith.”

Hebrews 13:7

2019 KFW theme
“I appeal to Scripture!” art by Peter Balholm
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  • The Good Report of Faith by Curt Wagoner - “And these all... obtained a good report through faith.” Brother Curt Wagoner shares the relational, sacrificial, and visual aspects of this good report as lived out by Enoch, Noah, Abel, Moses, Gideon, Samson, and a host of others as portrayed in Hebrews 11. Are you willing to join this “great cloud of witnesses”? Are you… ...
  • Midnight Message by Peter Hoover - (given during the night of prayer at 12:00 AM) In this midnight message, Brother Peter Hoover shares several experiences of God speaking to him and challenges especially the youth to listen carefully for the voice of God. Are you truly connected with God? Does God speak to you? Do you listen? Do you take the… ...
  • How Do You Know You Are Hungry? by Zack Johnson - (given during the night of prayer at 2:00 AM) What tells you that you are hungry? Why are you hungry? We become hungry either by habit or by exertion. Brother Zack Johnson encourages the listener to make a connection between physical hunger and spiritual hunger, drawing lessons from his recent discharge from the Army as… ...
  • James, the Brother of Jesus by Brandon Byler - James, being the brother of Jesus, experienced very closely the earthly life of our Lord. In this well-researched message, Brother Brandon Byler shares how James was there to observe Jesus' childhood, ministry, death, and resurrection. He believed the Gospel message of his Brother. He lived and taught a very practical faith and left a legacy… ...
  • Casiodoro de Reina by Ernest Strubhar - Brother Ernest Strubhar challenges the listener with the life and experiences of Casiodoro de Reina, a Bible translator sometimes called the “William Tyndale of Spain”. Casiodoro de Reina spent twelve years translating the Bible into Spanish facing many adversities and strong persecution. What have you done in the last twelve years of your life? What… ...
  • The Walk of Faith by Wendy Good, Women's Topic - Drawing inspiration from the ladies mentioned in Hebrews 11, and then sharing her own life story and walk of faith, Sister Wendy Good encourages women today to be faithful, no matter what the circumstances of their lives. The only thing that can hinder God’s will or purpose in our lives, is us ourselves. The things… ...
  • To Serve the Present Age by Steve Clapper - Brother Steve shares some of his life experiences and admonishes the young men to consider how the decisions and choices they make today will affect their life and future. Have you given up everything to be a disciple of Christ or have you fallen into the traps of pride, arrogance, drugs, alcohol, love of money,… ...
  • Michael Sattler by Dean Taylor - Michael Sattler left his life as a monk and became an early leader of the Anabaptist movement. Brother Dean Taylor picked five highlights from the legacy of this dedicated Christian from which we can draw much inspiration -- Michael Sattler was a man of the Bible. He studied Biblical languages and knew how to discuss… ...
  • Ladies of the Faith by Ernest Strubhar - Brother Ernest Strubhar presents the challenging and sobering stories of Perpetua, Annekin Jansy, Aisha, the Mother of Seven, and others. What do these all have in common? They refused to recant or turn back from following their Savior no matter the consequences. What are you willing to give up for Christ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Am5IhH5uDfc Dial-A-Message code 1909#… ...
  • Peter Waldo by John D. Martin - From the life of the early Waldensians, Brother John D. Martin draws several practical lessons -- The Preaching of the Gospel is non-negotiable. True Christians are committed to literal obedience. True Christians should maintain a healthy suspicion of clever theological rationalizations. The priority of Christians is a thorough understanding of the Scriptures. The Biblical teachings… ...

Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2019 also featured a segment organized by Church Planters’ Forum:

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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
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