This is a special program celebrating our 48th anniversary at Harvest Baptist Church. We're confident you'll enjoy these stories and voices from our past.
The story of Job is a difficult one to read and identify with. He faced calamity, disaster, hardship, and pain, but did not charge God foolishly in all this.
Jesus warned His disciples of persecution in Matthew 10. He told them to be "wise as serpents" and "harmless as doves," in a world that sought their lives.
The disciples we meet in Acts 8 are experiencing great persecution. They escape threat, not merely to preserve their lives, but to continue their ministries.
The details of this well-known story of Daniel are not always explained. We spend some time in Daniel 6:1-23 on this Take Note Podcast to have a closer look.
Faithful disciples of Christ often face persecution. We are capable of enduring when we focus on that which is not seen and avoid fixation on the temporal.
Pastor John Lewis spoke with Pastor Walton on this edition of the program. They spoke about his time at Harvest and the upcoming 47th anniversary of the church.
Timothy was to read, come alongside others, and learn sound teaching. He was to embrace the truth and act upon it. This was his concentration in ministry.
This Harvest Echoes podcast features Pastor Kurt Skelly and a 2016 Missions Conference sermon from Mark chapter fourteen, called "Break the Box."
Those of us who know Christ as Savior are described in I Corinthians 4:1-5. And we are reminded how we should behave: faithfully, as stewards.