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Causes for Rejoicing - Fundamental Baptist Preaching Providing helpful encouragement for obeying the command of Phil. 4:4, this message was preached on Wednesday evening, Jan.
TIBC Ministries1/25/23 Wednesday Evening Services Welcome to TIBC Ministries of Middleton, TN. We are glad that you stopped by and hope that you will subscribe to our channel ...
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The Sad and Glad Harvest | Rev 14:14-20 The Sad and Glad Harvest | Rev 14:14-20 Wednesday Evening Service Bethel Baptist Church Pastor Sutton Jan 25, 2023 Music ...
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In the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it's time for the gospel to shine.”A festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of Protestant Christianity in Cambodia is coming up this weekend, and Navy Chann Chhay’s phone won’t stop dinging.“Sorry, I have like ten Telegram messages coming in at the same time,” said Chhay, executive secretary on the committee planning the celebration, which local believers expect will be the country’s biggest Christian event ever.The Cambodia Gospel Centennial Celebration is a two-day festival in Phnom Penh commemorating the arrival of the country’s first Protestant missionaries in 1923. Chhay and fellow Christian leaders have spent over two years planning the event.During the final week of preparation, they have stayed in almost constant contact to ensure that every detail is perfect and the celebration’s vision statement is fulfilled: that Cambodia would become “the aroma of Christ in Asia and around the world.”A large open-air exhibition area with an elaborate layout will welcome those who make the journey to the capital’s Diamond Island district, with zones for exhibitions, concerts and dances, children’s activities, food, and prayer. The main stage area is large enough to accommodate the 10,000-plus attendees who are expected each evening.While there have been sizable Christian gatherings in Cambodia in the past, many have primarily been led and funded by organizations from abroad. For example, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association held a rally in Cambodia in 2019, the organization’s first event in the Southeast Asian nation.But this time, the driving force has been Cambodian believers themselves. Only three of the 18 members of the executive committee are foreigners, and about three-fourths ...Continue reading...
In the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it's time for the gospel to shine.”A festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of Protestant Christianity in Cambodia is coming up this weekend, and Navy Chann Chhay’s phone won’t stop dinging.“Sorry, I have like ten Telegram messages coming in at the same time,” said Chhay, executive secretary on the committee planning the celebration, which local believers expect will be the country’s biggest Christian event ever.The Cambodia Gospel Centennial Celebration is a two-day festival in Phnom Penh commemorating the arrival of the country’s first Protestant missionaries in 1923. Chhay and fellow Christian leaders have spent over two years planning the event.During the final week of preparation, they have stayed in almost constant contact to ensure that every detail is perfect and the celebration’s vision statement is fulfilled: that Cambodia would become “the aroma of Christ in Asia and around the world.”A large open-air exhibition area with an elaborate layout will welcome those who make the journey to the capital’s Diamond Island district, with zones for exhibitions, concerts and dances, children’s activities, food, and prayer. The main stage area is large enough to accommodate the 10,000-plus attendees who are expected each evening.While there have been sizable Christian gatherings in Cambodia in the past, many have primarily been led and funded by organizations from abroad. For example, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association held a rally in Cambodia in 2019, the organization’s first event in the Southeast Asian nation.But this time, the driving force has been Cambodian believers themselves. Only three of the 18 members of the executive committee are foreigners, and about three-fourths ...Continue reading...
Tomorrow is going to be amazing. Here's a quick list of everything you need to know about the 100 Year Celebration. No BFG's and No Evening Activities The entire day has been set aside to remember and celebrate God's faithfulness and grace. Combined Campus Corporate Worship Service The special worship service will be at 10 [...]The post Everything You Need to Know about the 100 Year Celebration appeared first on Ashland Avenue Baptist Church.
By Tyler Durden The Washington Post revealed in a bombshell Thursday evening report that
“Nicaea-sized” questions discussed at conference of 400 theologians from 44 countries include the “heresy” of ethno-phyletism.Nearly 400 Orthodox Christian theologians from 44 countries convened in the largest international conference of its kind in Greece on Thursday (Jan. 12) to discuss “Nicaea-sized” questions facing the Eastern Orthodox Church amid war and bitter division.Some of the most contentious issues at the Mega-Conference of the International Orthodox Theological Association, meeting in Volos, have been exposed by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, which exacerbated a split between a newly independent Orthodox Church of Ukraine in Kyiv and the Russian Orthodox Church based in Moscow.The conference’s keynote speaker, Metropolitan Ambrosios (Zografos) of Korea and Exarch of Japan, a bishop of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, told the assembly Wednesday evening that the various branches of Orthodox Christianity had fomented a heresy by taking sides in the war, calling it “an unspeakable travesty” that as a result, “most Orthodox leaders have failed to condemn this diabolical war unequivocally.“We cannot even say, ‘Well this is a war driven by politicians. Our churches are against it,’” Ambrosios said, “because so few of our church leaders have actually taken a public anti-war stance.”At the root of the Russia-Ukraine split is a theological heresy called ethno-phyletism that conflates church and nation, Ambrosios argued. The practice of applying church governance based on ethnicity, nationality, or culture rather than geography, the metropolitan said, is “nothing less than the greatest danger to the Orthodox unity of the church.”The effects of ethno-phyletism often lead to church members excluding Christians who don’t match ...Continue reading...
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