Strength to Strength welcomed Ken Miller to discuss the fifth segment of this “King and Country” series.
How does the Resurrection of Jesus Christ “inaugurate” Jesus as King of kings and why is the resurrection central to our faith? Can the resurrection be documented historically, and if so, how? What difference should the resurrection make in our lives at 9:55 on Thursday morning?
An interactive question-and-answer period follows.
Ken Miller with his wife Linda live in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and are the parents of six children. Ken serves on the ministry team at Pilgrim Christian Fellowship in Stuarts Draft, Virginia.
In 2013, Ken was convicted and imprisoned in a widely-known international custody case as chronicled on MillerCase.org. His faithful standing under persecution is an inspiration to all followers of Jesus.
Ken is employed at Christian Light. Having served in Northern Ontario, Kenya and Ireland, He has a desire to see the kingdom of God advance, as well as recapturing the early church and early Anabaptist vibrancy lived out in local church communities today.
This presentation is part of a series called “King and Country.” Be sure to follow the entire series:
- Talk 1 – “King and Country: the King Foreshadowed” by Chuck Pike
- Talk 2 – “King and Country: the King Arrives” by Wendell Martin
- Talk 3 – “King and Country: the King’s Constitution” by John D. Martin
- Talk 4 – “King and Country: the King’s Stories” by David Adams
- Talk 5 – “King and Country: the King Inaugurated” by Ken Miller (this presentation)
- Talk 6 – “King and Country: the King’s Constituents” by Leo Eby
- Talk 7 – “King and Country: the King’s Final Victory” by Sam Baer
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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.