Guy is the founder of Common Ground Christian Ministries and co-founder of the Camp Outreach neighborhood ministry program. Guy operates the Common Ground Ministry House in Indianapolis that serves the poor in an inner city Indianapolis neighborhood. He and his wife Jennifer host about nearly 100 young adults and families from various congregations of the Church of God for “Camp Outreach.” Each summer the volunteers conduct a week-long Vacation Bible School for 80+ neighborhood children, feed breakfast and lunch to 130 residents and rehab houses for seniors, orphans, fatherless and poor families. Guy also operates a marketing research and technology business. Guy and Jennifer live in Plainfield, Indiana. They are the parents of four married children and grandparents of seven.
What does the Feast of Tabernacles teach us about Jesus as the Savior, the Messiah and the King of Kings? And what can it mean for you and your family?
Patrick is TN born and educated. He is president and Chief Operating Officer of Choice One Recruiting. Patrick is a founding member of Seventh Day Christian Assembly in Knoxville TN  where he was ordained a deacon. Now relocated to south central TN, Patrick is actively working to establish a new congregation in Lewisburg TN. He has been active in youth-related activities for several years and has taught teens at the feast and youth retreats. He resides in Cornersville, TN with his wife Jeannie, and five children: Hannah, Abigail, Eli, Clara, and Naomi.
Some believers seem stern and angry. You want to ask "Why The Long Face?" Have we forgotten about God's Joy? What is the joy that God promises?
Wynn Skelton is a full-time minister with the Church of God International, Tyler, Texas, serving in a position as liaison to the Ministry, as well as, the pastor of the CGI Dallas congregation. Wynn graduated in 1977 from Ambassador College, with a Church of God background dating back to 1959, when his family began attending the Radio Church of God. He and his wife, Kim (the former Kim Kessler), live in White Oak, Texas. They have two grown children and two grandchildren.
The world desperately needs people of godly character who will influence others to live holy lives. We are called to be those people. What kind of role models are we? Who will follow us? And where would we lead those who follow? Let's discover the keys to being people of influence for Jesus Christ now and in the Kingdom.
Jim ministers to the Church of God Cincinnati and Church of God Lexington congregations which publish the Christian magazine, Faith Network, and host the annual Winter Family Weekend in Lexington, Kentucky. He authors a weekly newsletter and travels widely to speak and minister to Sabbatarian congregations. Jim resides in West Chester, Ohio with his wife, Donna. He is the father of three children and grandfather of five.
When you accept a job you want to know the salary-the reward that comes at the end of your work. Jesus promised a reward to Christians for works done. What is it?
Bill Jacobs, along with his wife, Elaine, operate LifeResource Ministries, a Christian Living resource provider and child advocacy ministry. Bill holds a Master’s Degree in counseling from Webster University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in New Mexico. After working in public school as a counselor, facilitating grief groups and working in a mental health clinic, Bill now maintains a private counseling practice where he specializes in working with teens and families. His years in the ministry combined with his education and experience with thousands of children, teens and adults provide Bill a rich background from which to serve children and families of the Church of God.
At the Feast of Tabernacles Jesus invited all who are spiritually dry to come and drink of living water-the Spirit of God. Once we drink of this river, what can we expect to happen in our lives? Listen to this sermon to be inspired and encouraged about God at work in our hearts and our lives.
Ken Swiger is a life-long student of the Bible and a member of the Church of God movement since the 1980’s. He was a founding member of the Seventh Day Christian Assembly in Knoxville Tennessee in 1993, and has served as their pastor since 1998. Ken resides in Lenoir City Tennessee with his wife Becky, and their adult son, Alex. IN addition to serving as a Pastor, Ken worked in engineering for 34 years before beginning his current occupation as an executive recruiter. He enjoys traveling and wildlife viewing with his wife in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Coming to the feast early? On the Sabbath of October 15, Pastor Ken Swiger of the Seventh Day Christian Assembly in Knoxville will be bringing the message "Almost Home" which looks at the temporary nature of this life and the hope believers have for the future. Everyone is welcome.
David Freeman is part owner of a business called U. S. Stone Corp. He and his wife of 30 years live in Franklin County Virginia, they have one daughter, Rebekah. He has served in the ministry for 23 years. David also does an evangelistic work called, "Is That Really In The Bible?" IsThatReallyInTheBible.net
The greatest deterrent for personal spiritual growth is the assumption, "I have Arrived". Yet most Christians share the attitude: God has called me, I'm saved, this is my faith, this is my denomination; "I have arrived". Christians need to apply the "Gold Miner's" mentality to our spiritual growth. A gold miner knows there is always more gold to be mined. He learns to find truth and value in unexpected places.