“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 really walking with God? Are you living sacrificially? Are you striving to rout the invaders in your life?
Brothers Kyle Stoltzfus, Gary Miller, Harry Argo, Chris Blake, and Kevin Shenk discuss their experiences with technology and media and share practical advice for how to safely utilize the blessing that tech and media can be, yet at the same time guard ourselves against its inherent evils.
Panel discussion moderated by Brother Curt Wagoner.
We have the historic witness of the Agape, or Love Feast, and the breaking of bread in the early church. In this sermon, Brother Curt Wagoner speaks of three aspects: “the encounter of the suffering Christ,” “the encounter of the shared Communion,” and “the encounter of salvational confidence.” The Lord’s Supper unites believers on a common ground in remembrance of Christ’s death. It is because of the confidence we possess in salvation through Jesus Christ that we can break bread together without condemnation.
Panel discussion among Matthew Milioni, John D. Martin, Dean Taylor, and Ernest Eby. How can and should community serve as a catalyst for discipleship?
Panel discussion moderated by Curt Wagoner.
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.
The doctrine, desire, and determinator of Brotherhood Accountability.
What is God’s will for unity in his Church? How is it attained? How does Biblical unity contrast with the modern ecumenical movement?
Panel discussion moderated by Ron Lamicela.