Connecting with KHW

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We’re In This Together: Part 1

As a Christian, you have a Father who cares about your needs. Listen to Debbie and Tim talk about how those needs can be met through the body of Christ, the church. There’s a lot at stake for all of us.

We’re In This Together: Part 2

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Connecting with KHW — 15 Comments

  1. Thank you for posting these messages. I must admit that I am one of the isolators that you were referring to. My husband and I attended a church for many years until he decided it was not the church for us. So we started attending another.We left it as well, due to some false teaching. We then started attending another fellowship,butmy husband didn’t care for it, but I kept going for almost 2 years without him. I ran into a friend who suggested anther church closer to home that was just getting started. My husband loved this church and we attended regularly and were involved in ministry there. Without going into great detail, let me just say that of the 4 churches we attended, only one is still in existence…the first one we attended. It has been about 3 years since we have attended church regularly, except for returning to our original church for the funeral of our former Pastor who went home to be with Jesus. I forgot to mention that we were also involved in a church plant as well, but unfortunatley this fellowship disbanded as well. In the meantime, my health has deteriorated and I am home most days without fellowship, except for friends on FB. Would you please pray for me and my husband? I so want to attend a fellowhip of the Lord’s choosing that my husband will be comfortable with. I know the Lord has used me in the past to lead women’s studies, counsel and encourage. I really miss one on one fellowship and home studies. We were so blessed to be a part of a wonderul home fellowship that became a church plant. Unfortunately, my best friend, the Pastor’s wife died and then the Pastor also a good friend of ours got sick and died as well a couple of years later. I think we were trying to somehow duplicate this fellowship, but nothing seems to compare. I know the Lord has plans for us, and I know we need to be obedient to Him and be in fellowship. I suppose on some level I am fearful of the pain we encured in the past. I think my husband may be as well, although he doesn’t talk about it. Thank you so much for your prayers. I will keep you posted. In the meantime, please let Nancy know that I am praying for her often and her family as well. Again, Thank you for this video series…I know the Lord is speaking to my heart in this. God bless you two!

  2. Oh my God. Thank you so much, Debbie and Tim, for making and posting this video. I pray the Lord greatly blesses you both – and Nancy – through this, and I know He’s doing so. This video marks a culmination of confirmations from the Lord about living my life all the more for His name’s sake.

    Months ago, the Lord started to build a deeper understanding into me the process of unconditional love – greater forgiveness, loving with the love of Jesus and not my own, and casting out fear. Concerning casting out fear, I have often found myself afraid to ask the Lord for opportunities to share the gospel because I was afraid – of being challenged or rejected, afraid that I wasn’t able to say what would be pleasing to the Lord, afraid I would alienate myself or the person I was speaking to, afraid even that I was not fit to speak. I have let myself stay in my house and not engage people, not give them a source of love and trust through Jesus.

    I just got back from my first women’s retreat at my church, and a large emphasis was put there on reaching out to those around us, believers and unbelievers, to live the gospel out to them through love. I was deeply impacted, thinking about neighbors I’d neglected or friends I just hadn’t talked to enough or in depth of intimacy. The retreat also encouraged me to further allow the Lord to use the gifts He’s blessed me with to bless others and honor Him.

    This video greatly pierces my heart with just how many people I have come to know – friends, neighbors, relatives, who are isolated. Just as I have often allowed myself to be. And these are dark times – with even greater darkness approaching. We DO need one another!! I am challenged and burdened to pray for, speak with, and encourage these people that they are not alone.

    1 Peter 1 comes to mind, and I thank the Lord for such a promise and inheritance!! I write some of it here, hoping it will encourage others and return to the Lord, and I thank you yet again for the blessing of this video.

    “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His great mercy has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to obtain an inheritance which is imperishable and undefiled and will not fade away, reserved in heaven for you, who are protected by the power of God through faith for a salvation ready to be revealed in the last time. In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials, so that the proof of your faith, being more precious than gold which is perishable, even though tested by fire, may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the revelation of Jesus Christ; and though you have not seen Him, you love Him, and though you do not see Him now, but believe in Him, you greatly rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory, obtaining as the outcome of your faith the salvation of your souls.”

  3. Thank you so much KHW… it is easy to listen to the many sermons/preachings being posted online but it is refreshing to hear simple, heartfelt words of encouragement. May God’s grace continue to be magnified in the lives of His children all over the world; that each one of us be truly worthy of our calling in Christ. God bless.

  4. I so agree with what you are talking about. My best friend lives in Calf., (we are from Mo.) She went out there with her husband that was on and off drugs(mostly on ) and really tried to make her marriage work. She just got divorced a couple of days ago, and has a 3yr. old. She has really been having a hard time connecting with true christians and finding support. She lives in Sonoma County. So if anyone knows anyone there that could be a good friend or knows of a good church please let me know. We have been best friends for over 20yrs., but I am in Mo. and she in Calf.. She really needs other’s that can be there physically. She is a wonderful woman with such a gift of service, and she just needs people who truely love her with agape love.

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