Monthly Archives: August 2016

Pastor’s Pen: For Such a Time as This

Dear Tabernacle Family, The Book of Esther relates the role that an orphaned slave-girl played in saving the Jewish people from the murderous plan of a cruel enemy. This young woman of faith was asked to do a courageous thing — to stand alone before the king, and to risk her favor in order to […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: Toward the Harvest

Dear Tabernacle Family, Whenever we speak of advancing the Kingdom of God our minds can shift into a purely religious mode. We begin to think of “the church” or “the ministry;” that is, those things we view as being sacred rather than secular. As a result, very few Christians understand how those things outside of […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: The Purpose for Revival

Dear Tabernacle Family, Over the past weeks we have been focusing on the characteristics of the Church in Revival and we’ve been focusing on the Apostle Paul’s words in 1 Thessalonians 5 to make some fitting applications. Today, we’ll take a final look at this passage and consider “The Purpose for Revival.” Paul brings a […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: Revival – The Word and the Spirit

Dear Tabernacle Family, Over the past weeks we have been focusing on the characteristics of the Church in Revival and we’ve chosen some words from the Apostle Paul as our guide. Today, I want to consider two more principles that come from 1 Thessalonians 5:19-22. First, Paul indicates the Revival Church gives place to The […] Continue reading

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