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Disciples, Fish & The Kitwe Church Music Ministry

The morning at practice I made mention of our service that we stand in and our responsibility as the Music Team of Kitwe Church.  I try to encourage all to understand our role to play in this and it took my mind back to the days that Jesus walked the earth and served everyone with…

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Christ Our Greatest Treasure

Today we find ourselves in the third chapter of Paul’s letter to this church in the city of Philippi. Throughout this letter of Philippians Paul has confronted these Christians with the need to embrace right thinking! Our thinking affects our living – what we believe, what our minds are occupied with will determine how we view…

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The People God Uses To Serve His Church

Today in our text Philippians 2:19-30, we see the people God uses to serve His church. The context helps us understand the environment of the people Paul is writing to.  Paul is calling the Philippian Christians to behave as citizens worthy of the gospel of Christ (1:27). Philippi was a Roman colony with a population of…

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WORKING OUT YOUR SALVATION

When light comes in, darkness scurries away. Light and darkness are mortal enemies, they cannot stay together in one place. Just as east is opposite of west, so light and darkness are mutually exclusive. Darkness is nothingness. Darkness is the absence of light. You once lived in darkness… maybe you still do. You lived in…

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THINK LIKE JESUS

The Health guru says, “You are what you eat.” But that is not correct.   “You are what you think!” The attitudes of your inner man is what you really are: “As a man thinks in His heart, so is he!” (Pr.23;7) Christians are to live with each other in such a way that the reality…

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Following in the Footsteps of Faith: The Presence of the Church

  “Christianity is responsible for the way our society is organized and for the way we currently live. So extensive is the Christian contribution to our laws, our economics, our politics, our arts, our calendar, our holidays, and our moral and cultural priorities that historian J. M. Robers writes in The Triumph of the West,…

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Following in the Footsteps of Faith:The Power of the Church

Acts 1:12-2:47 I remember when my wife was nearing the end of her pregnancy with our second child.  The closer the time came to deliver the busier and more active she got.  She was busy cleaning the floors, dusting the housing, scrubbing the bathroom.  She had this urge to clean the house.  They call this…

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Following in the Footsteps of Faith: Re-orienting for the Future

Nearly 360 years before Christ was born there was a great Greek King by the name of Philip.  364 BC he became the King of a city-state known as Macedon.  His military skills and expansionist vision of Macedonian greatness brought him early success. He conquered many other city-states and consolidated power.  By 336 he was…

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Following in the Footsteps of Faith: Learning from the Past

“Learning from the Past:  How the Church Changed the World”   On May 25, 1977 a man named George Lucas released his first hit movie that would become a worldwide pop culture phenomenon.  That movie was called, “Star Wars.” In 1981 they added the strange subtitle of “Episode IV: A New Hope.”  It seemed strange…

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The Price of True Devotion

Genesis 22:1-19 Today I want to take a few moments to look at the price tag of true devotion. I want us to see what it costs us to be the kind of Christian that inspires others to be a better Christian. Let’s examine the familiar passage of Genesis 22 where we will extract some…

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