Sermon of the Week: Serving God on Your Own?

Sermon of the Week: Serving God on Your Own?

Every Wednesday Empty Church will post a sermon that enlightened, encouraged, and emptied us. We figured that if it encourages us it might encourage you. We recognize our place in the kingdom of God as just one voice in the conversation. We wanted to introduce you to some of the others.

Serving God on Your Own? - Harvest Christian Church

"We are saved not to serve ourselves, but to serve the one who called us out." This is the message of Pastor Brian Watts and it comes to you all the way from Botswana.

 

Harvest Christian Church- Botswana

Taken from the HCC website:

"The vision of Harvest Christian Church is to see Christians serve the Lord in grace and freedom. This we see as a fruit of consistently hearing and seeking to live the clear message of the Cross and the Grace of God. We strongly believe that this is the only way for the church to be equipped, strengthened and come to maturity in the Lord.


We are a family made up of people from various backgrounds, cultures and languages that the Lord has united through our identification with Jesus Christ and our love for one another.
Harvest Christian Church was established in 2000 and in 2006 became a partner church of CTMI (Church Team Ministries International).


They meet in two locations in Gaborone and we are linked to three churches in the Francistown area and a homegroup that meets in Jwaneng."

 

Empty Church is not affiliated with this church in any way. These are not paid endorsements. We simply were inspired by their message and motivated to share the voices of the kingdom of God with as many people as we can. If you are the owner of this content and wish for us to remove your content please email us at social@empty.church.

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