Tag Archives: leadership

Past 50 Years: Impact On The Family

Session #11 on Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bro. Frank Reed of Manheim, PA

Well, my responsibility is to talk about the factors that have influenced the family over the last number of years, so I want to talk about some of things. Some general things that have affected the family; one is mobility.

How Can We Inspire Our Men To Fight? – Nathan Overholt

Session #7 on Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bro. Nathan Overholt of Sarasota, FL

…(So) this is kinda an oxymoron to say, “How Can We Fight?”. And yet, we are in a tremendous battle this afternoon, and the King of Heaven, the Lord Jesus, has called us to fight. And He has told us that we need to be about His business, that we’re in a warfare; that there is a kingdom of darkness, that there is a kingdom of light and that there is going to be confilict.

Historical Servant Leadership – Chester Weaver

Session #6 on Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bro. Chester Weaver of LaGrange, IN

…Riding the tailgate while sitting in the driver’s seat. What does that mean? Listen brothers… This is taken from a literature book published by Christian Light Publications, “It is possible that some today, who are busy in church work, are actually deceived and are hurting those they think they’re helping.”

Leadership, Coverings & Hair: Curing Spinal Dis-ease – Chester Weaver

Session #12 on Saturday, March 12, 2011

Bro. Chester Weaver of LaGrange, IN

Does hair matter? Do coverings matter? Are we called to judge others? Do Jesus’ words, “Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.” still stand? “By their fruits ye shall know them.”, is that still valid? Am I responsible for what others do? Does my professed love for Jesus Christ give outward evidence? If I’m disobedient to clear Bible teaching, does that matter?