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In God We Don’t Trust

Strength to Strength welcomed Matthew Milioni to discuss the relationship that God wants his people to have with the kingdoms of the world.

How is a Christian to relate to a national holiday such as Independence Day and the celebration of the American Revolution? What is our role as Christians who belong to the Kingdom of Heaven?

Join us for a very important conversation around the Christian and the empire.

Thanks to Kevin Brechbill who helped to develop this presentation, but was unexpectedly unable to participate.

Book by David Bercot: In God We Don’t Trust

YouTube video by David Bercot: What the Early Christians Believed about the Two Kingdoms

YouTube video interviewing David Bercot: The American Revolution and the Kingdom of God

YouTube video interviewing Dean Taylor: Nationalism and the Kingdom of God

YouTube video interviewing Kevin Brechbill: Kingdom Responsibility and Politics

Article by Dru Lattin: The Stars and Stripes and the Tension Between

Debates:

YouTube video debate: “It’s Just War” – Should Christians Fight?

YouTube video debate: Debate on Christianity and Voting

True Christians never use their ‘liberty’ to rule over the godly or the godless. They use no kind of force, but rather allow themselves to be ruled over. They suffer force and violence with patience and love until the end of the world.

Pilgram Marpeck, an early Anabaptist leader

There is nothing more foreign to a Christian than public affairs.

Tertullian, an early church father

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tabernacle assembly at Kingdom Fellowship Weekend

Kingdom Fellowship Weekend is an annual gathering in south-​central Pennsylvania. It serves as a forum for Biblical edification focusing on spiritual renewal, fervent prayer, and absolute surrender to our King, Jesus.

Kingdom Fellowship Weekend is scheduled to be hosted at Roxbury Holiness Camp on Friday to Sunday, August 26-28, 2022.

The 2022 theme is “Cross and Kingdom” based on these words of faith:

“We must through many tribulations enter the kingdom of God.”

Acts 14:22b

Learn more on the Kingdom Fellowship Weekend website.