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At Harvest Foursquare, we worship God with a mix of older and newers songs, as well as a Biblical message that uses media, humor, drama, music and story, all with the goal of knowing Jesus and becoming more like Him.

Protecting Those Reaching the Lost in the 10/40 Window.

August 23, 2020

Our guest speaker is raising support to head to a nation that is not friendly towards people of faith. Therefore we chose not to record his message, either audio or video. However, we’ll be back to FB Live on Aug. 30, and get that video uploaded asap.

Posted by Harvest Foursquare Church on Sunday, August 16, 2020

Technical Difficulties

August 16, 2020

Due to some technical glitches that had as much to do with trying to abide by copyright laws as it did with our technical inexperience, there is no video for this Sunday. However, there are two videos that are connected if you want to click over to our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/HarvestFoursquareChurch) and watch them. We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

We should treat each other differently than the culture around us – more loving, with more self-control, with more patience. These things should characterize our lives as Christ-followers, no matter our age. Pastor Paul talks about how Paul segues from coaching leaders to coaching people in general how to live.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Disciples Live Out God’s Kingdom and Don’t Just Talk About It

August 9, 2020

Why should our behavior match our talk? There is more to following Christ then believing the right things. On the other hand, being a Christ-Follower is more than behavior management. Pastor Paul explains the whys Paul the Apostle gives to Titus for the behavior changes Titus needs to be encouraging.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Jesus and… Then What?

August 2, 2020

In his instructions to Titus, Paul indicates that there are false teachers who are infiltrating the churches for three reasons: “Jesus and… ” theology, preaching to get rich off the people, and their preaching not matching their actions. We, too, must guard against those things… in our own lives. Pastor Paul explains.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

I Do, You Do, We Do

July 26, 2020

According to Paul in his letter to Titus, leaders in the church lead the church by doing certain things. Christians in general, though, are also called to those roles… with some tweaks and alterations. Don’t miss these important roles that every Christian should be living out in order to be a witness of God’s Kingdom here on earth.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Encourage and Exhort from Pastor Mike McGovern

July 19, 2020

Pastor Mike and Marlene founded and pastored Christian Assembly Foursquare for 46 years, retiring in January of 2019. Since then they have been going around and encouraging pastors and church families in the Eastern Northwest District (ID, MT, WY, ND). Today they’re here to encourage us to encourage and exhort others. Listen to the word from God Marlene gave, then Pastor Mike’s sermon.

Take Me To Your Leader

July 12, 2020

According to Paul in his letter to Titus, leaders in the church are called to a high standard in order to lead, but Christians, in general, are also called to that standard. On the surface, there are certain things that Christians do (or should do). However, there are deeper, more important issues at work. Listen as Pastor Paul unpacks the deeper reasons Paul calls us to live our lives this way. It’s not to avoid going to hell.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Living Above Reproach

July 5, 2020

The Apostle Paul was writing to Titus, his trusted protege about how to set up leaders in the new churches. While a leader certainly needs to be held to higher standards than others, all those who follow Christ need to live lives “above reproach.” Pastor Paul unpacks what that means and why that is.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Leaders Set The Standard

June 28, 2020

The Apostle Paul was writing to Titus, his trusted protege about how to set up leaders in the new churches. Why in the world is this important to any of us beyond Pastor Paul? Well, there are actually some pretty good reasons we should study chapter 1, verses 5-9. Pastor Paul highlights those in this Sunday’s message.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

A Common Faith

June 21, 2020

Let’s discover what this letter from a Jewish leader to his Greek protege is all about, and why it is applicable in our lives today. This message is all about introducing us to the Letter to Titus.

This letter was written to a pastor/leader who was given the task of teaching churches how to lead and live their lives in a culture that was – in many ways – the antithesis of what it means to follow Jesus’ ways. Studying this letter gives us a better idea how we can live lives of contentment, joy, and peace in a culture that is divided, hurting, and intent on doing whatever makes us happy… even if it hurts others.

Giving Intentionally

June 14, 2020

In addition to giving tithes, Christ-Followers in Acts also gave to three specific needs: The poor, a crisis, and to support those taking the Gospel to “the uttermost parts of the world.” Pastor Paul explains the whys and hows of this important aspect of generosity.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

Riots, Pandemics, and Murder Hornets – Oh, My!

June 7, 2020

2020 has felt – more times than not – like our world, or at least our country, is falling apart. But God…

Pastor Paul shares four ways the disciples in the Book of Acts showed us how to respond when the world around us seems to be falling apart.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

People Like Us Do Things Like This

May 24, 2020

Mt. Bikers ride single-track trails. Carpenters build out of wood… and always sand with the grain. What do Christ-Followers do? Pastor Paul touches on three things that matter when following Christ up the trail.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

H/T to Seth Godin for the idea for the sermon title.

Compelled to Tell the Story

May 17, 2020

What experiences have you had that you just couldn’t keep to yourself? Pastor Paul shares how God calls us to share the most important experience in the hopes that more of our neighbors, friends, and coworkers may experience His love, grace, and power to transform their lives.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

Do You Want Sustaining or Temporary Power?

May 10, 2020

To often we’re searching for power that is culturally acceptable and/or that makes us feel good in the moment. However this type of power not only does not last, but is often destructive in a variety of potential ways, either to our souls or to those around us. Jesus offers us a different type of power from and for a different type of Kingdom – God’s Kingdom. Let’s endeavor to receive that power together.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

Whose Kingdom First?

May 3, 2020

As we continue to see how those first disciples hiked this new trail, following the way of Jesus, Special Guest Pastor Richard Dahlstrom explains Jesus’ Kingdom, and why our membership in it matters.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

Wait for The Guide

April 26, 2020

Waiting goes against our culture’s bent towards action. Waiting = (or at least feels like it equals) laziness. Pastor Paul debunks that myth as we look at what the first disciples did as they learned to follow Jesus.

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey.

Pack Your Doubts

April 19, 2020

The disciples were a confused bunch after Jesus rose from the dead, and even more so after He went back to be with His Father. Join us as we walk with them through the first few chapters of The Acts of the Apostles do discover how they went about this journey. Whether you started your journey with Jesus last Sunday for Easter, or you’ve been journeying with Him now for many years, this series will help you know how to let Jesus be your guide.

Jesus’ Great Escape for Our Freedom?

Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020

Happy Easter! But what is Easter all about, and how can this celebration lead to freedom from loneliness, fear, and the meaningless pursuits of pleasure? Please join us as we celebrate what Jesus did and continues to do.

King of What?

Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020

It’s Palm Sunday! How are you welcoming Jesus today? Pastor Paul has an observation about how the people of Jerusalem welcomed their King, and it really does matter to us now.

Jesus Can Create Life From Death In Your World

March 29, 2020

Pastor Paul explains how Jesus wants to resurrect – create life – in the places of your life that have died, or seem to have died: Your dreams, your finances, your health, your relationships. But how!?

David and Goliath:  Faith over Fear

March 22, 2020

Ron Kelley shares how God has given us the tools to combat the fear that our culture is living with during this coronavirus.

Audio messages are also avaiable.

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