Resurrection Life

How does the Resurrection of Jesus Christ “inaugurate” Him as King of kings and why is the resurrection central to our faith? Can the resurrection be documented historically, and if so, how? What was the central message of the Apostles? Listen to this rousing message and be inspired to press forward in overcoming personal struggles …

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The Pilgrim Church: A Disciple-Making Community

Through stories and illustrations, Brother Ken Miller shares a three-fold burden for anyone who hopes to be involved in evangelism, disciple-making, and church planting. The need for true discipleship to be taught. The importance of learning from history. The value of hearing from experienced church planters among us. This message was given at the Church Growth …

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Tower of Babel or City of God?

Which kingdom are you a part of? Using the account of our father of faith, Abraham, Brother Ken Miller compares the two kingdoms and asks us to seriously consider to what lengths we will go to be a citizen of the city of God. Further, he points to Jesus’ solution to lust, and provides a call to overcome the technological structures of our time.

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Christians in Babylon

Is the church captive in Babylon? In this timely message, Brother Ken Miller begins with Revelation 18 to remind the Church of the call to come out of Babylon. He dispels the modern notion that Christians may adapt to the society while we live here, and instead urges Christians to escape Babylon’s spell. Using illustrations and personal examples, this sermon presents an urgent call for followers of Jesus to “Come out of her, my people, and be not partaker of her sins.”

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Lifting a Standard Against the Plague of Immorality – Panel Discussion

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.

Panelists include Donald Brechbill, Matthew Milioni, Roger Hertzler, and Tim Power.

Panel discussion moderated by Ken Miller.

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