Chingola Church

Kitwe Church began three and a half years ago as a Bible study outreach.  The burden was to reach into the lives of people living in our community who were not being reached by other gospel preaching churches.  The first year we took an “apologetics” approach to our study of the Bible, offering answers to…

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Winning the War – Victory Through Submission

You are at war! This war is spiritual. Within you and around you this war rages and you are a combatant. There are no neutral parties. Who does not long for peace? We think that we may find the peace we long for by surrender to the passions that rage within us. As we feed…

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Deadly Danger of Favoritism

The book “Chicken Soup for the Soul” records the story of Bill. Bill was a college student dressed like a hippie. He didn’t look like the other members of the middle-class church he visited one day. There was no place to sit, so Bill sat down on the carpet near the pulpit. An elderly deacon…

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Biblical Guidelines for the Deacon Ministry at Kitwe Church

I Timothy 3:8-13 The church is a living organism. The church is the body of Christ in whom the Spirit of the living God dwells! In the life of every organism there are growing pains, we welcome them because the goal of every living organism is growth. The character and effectiveness of any church is directly…

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In Desperate Pursuit of a Transformed Life

As you know we recently returned from a visit back to America to present updates to our supporting churches.  This time was extremely valuable because it was a time for reflection on my life.  I saw what I was doing well and saw areas where I was worn out:  Mental stress, physical Health, Spiritual Stamina,…

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Standing Firm: Resolving Conflict As Kingdom Citizens

On January 30th, 1945, Company B, 15th Regiment, 3rd Infantry was attacked by a superior German force outside the city of Holdwihr, France.  Six tanks and 250 German infantry advanced on about 100 American soldiers.  The American force took heavy casualties, and First Lt. Audie Murphy ordered his troops to retreat to the nearby forest…

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AN URGENT WARNING TO HEAVEN’S CITIZENS

A person becomes an automatic citizen of a country by birth. Our first child born in Africa was Austin.  He was born in the Kalalushi Mine Hospital.  After Austin was born the hospital gave us a hospital report of birth.  We took that report to the Office of Births and Deaths in Lusaka and received a…

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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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