A Vision for Church

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A Vision for Church – Part 1 from koheleth72 on GodTube.

Part 1 of 4
In this series, Minister Harris sets forth a general idea for a Vision for Church. In this segment, he provides a Vision: In General; he affirms his belief in tolerance and unity in Christendom by quoting Barton Stone; and gives a Vision regarding himself, his role, his preaching and responsibility to his heritage and to Christendom.

 

A Vision for Church – Part 2 from koheleth72 on GodTube.

Part 2 of 4
In this segment, Minister Harris sets out a Vision for the Ministerial Role, itemizing some ideas for minister and church responsibilities. He presents a Vision for a Knowledge of the Historical Church and its importance for the Modern Church; including a knowledge of the Old Testament, and the Hebrew/Israelite/Jewish Bible Cultures; a knowledge of the Hebrew and Greek languages for better understanding the English Bible. He also presents a Vision for Church Assembly, for worship, presentations, and Bible Study for sensing God’s presence.

 

A Vision for Church – Part 3 from koheleth72 on GodTube.

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In this segment, Minister Harris presents a Vision for Church Work: a church wanting to dust out the cob webs and engage the Spiritual Battle; a church building faith in heart, soul, mind, and strength; a Church seeking the fullness of Christ and preparing the people for trials, sufferings, and death. He also presents a Vision for Church Leadership, leadership being prayerful and seeking God; leadership that hears and leads the people; a leadership that is active and courageous.

 

A Vision for Church – Part 4 from koheleth72 on GodTube.

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In this segment, Minister Harris presents a Vision for Church Culture: a church that believes that the truth will set us free; a church that wants to live the Sermon on the Mount; and live cooperative faith according to Romans Fourteen. A Church that believes the OT is good, spiritual and useful; and wants to learn the Scriptures and Traditions. A Church that is unafraid of truth, permits difficult questions, and accepts the differences and variations in people and culture; and a Church that recognizes the power of prayer and God.

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