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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Stir Me

“Stir Me” is a four-part series of messages from Doctor Helen Roseveare, a physician who served Jesus in the Belgian Congo in the 1950s and 1960s, the years prior to the nation’s battle for independence. Dr. Roseveare dedicated her life to serving others amidst difficult circumstances, political persecution, and imprisonment. She pioneered vital medical work in the rainforest of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo and assisted the local churches. She continued serving there through the nation’s rebellion, serving when others fled for their lives.

In this series of messages, Dr. Rosevere speaks candidly about life as a missionary, one who was admittedly a proud, stubborn, “know-it-all” who had difficulty working with others. These messages transcend time, applying to us today as much as they did to those in the audience the day the words were spoken. In this first message, Dr. Roseveare reminds us how each one of us is necessary to building the kingdom of God–from the smallest to the greatest. In building the church in this day, everyone needs to participate. Almighty God invites us to share in working out His plan. As you listen, consider what you are doing with this invitation. Are you responding as one who has a willing heart?

Click here to listen to the sermon.

Continuity in the Bible

“Continuity in the Bible” by Dr Kinlaw (Part 10 of a 10-part series on Prayer)—There is no salvation in a human being, but when somebody cares more about somebody else than he does himself, that other person’s circumstances change. God works in terms of what the circumstances are at the moment. God doesn’t change his mind; the circumstances change…very often through prayer.

Click here to listen to the sermon and here to read the transcripts.


As we enter into Advent, preparing to worship Christ, the newborn King, listen to this sermon, titled “Worship” by Dr Kinlaw (Part 9 of a 10-part series on Prayer)—as he explores the concept of worship as the very heart of prayer, where we just bow before him in adoration and praise. When man meets God, the proper response is adoration and worship. Click here to listen, or, if you prefer to read, click here for the transcript of this message.