Audio links to December 6 & 7's "Growing in Jesus" Seminar with Kevin Wilfley
Kevin Wilfley is the Director for Prayer and Spiritual Growth for the Washington Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He is also a life coach, pastor (currently leading the Enumclaw SDA church while fulfilling his conference duties), and a featured speaker at camp meetings, pastoral retreats, and church meetings all over North America. He is best known for his emphasis on prayer, the Holy Spirit, and evangelism.
Kevin presented his "Growing in Jesus" weekend seminar here at our church December 6 and 7, 2013, and has graciously granted us permission to place the entire audio of these messages online. Simply click the link below the paragraph which describes which message you'd like to hear (it's best to listen to them in order, since he lays groundwork in the earlier talks and builds on it later.)
Friday Night, 7:00 p.m. – “Growing in Jesus – Part 1” – There are five simple, yet profound steps we can take to have an authentic and enthusiastic relationship with Jesus. We will also enjoy some time in prayer together. (Click here to listen.)
Sabbath Morning, 11:00 a.m. – “Trusting in Jesus” – Kevin begins with an absolutely true and unbelievably spine-tingling children's story, and follows this with the message that the foundation of our spiritual walk with Jesus is the assurance of our salvation. Unfortunately, many people misunderstand biblical assurance, and as a result suffer spiritual discouragement and even depression. We may all have confident assurance regarding our eternal destiny. (Click here to listen.)
Sabbath Afternoon, 2:00 p.m. – “Growing in Jesus – Part 2” -- Many people have lost their joy in the Christian walk. That joy may be recovered both in their personal life and in their church. Emphasis will be focused on the last of the five steps mentioned above. (Click here to listen.)
Sabbath Afternoon, 3:00 p.m. – “Winning Ways” – What do growing churches do that other churches don’t? We will look at the seven principles that enable churches to reach people with the gospel. (Click here to listen.)