The last epistle the Apostle Paul wrote was 2 Timothy, which was a letter to his young co-worker. Rather than unveiling great truths as he does in his other epistles, in 2 Timothy Paul is reminding and charging Timothy to guard and keep what has already been committed to him. There are three key words […]

What is our realization of the Lord’s table? Hopefully it is not a formality to us. In this podcast, we continue our fellowship on the Lord’s table by considering its two sections—the remembrance of the Lord and the worship of the Father. We also consider the significance of the two expressions used in the Bible […]

The most important meeting of the church is the Lord’s table meeting, established by the Lord Himself at the end of His earthly ministry. What is our understanding of this meeting? What is our appreciation? In this podcast we consider this meeting and the two symbols that the Lord used, the bread and the wine, […]

Did you ever have the thought that when you attend the church meetings you receive many blessings? In John 20 we have the record of the first church meeting on the day of resurrection. In this portion of the word we can see the many blessings that we receive when we are in the meeting. […]

Practically speaking, if we are going to know Christ, we must come to the church. Ephesians 5:25 says that Christ loved the church and gave Himself up for her. This church that God loves is very practical. This church is expressed in the church life, and a key part of the church life is the […]

Brother Chris Wild recently shared with the young people on the present day burden for Germany and how important their participation is as students. We may think that our status as a student makes us supplemental to the Lord’s move in Europe, but if we consider Brother Lee’s past fellowship we will see that being […]

“And upon the likeness of the throne was One in appearance like a man, above it.” – Ezekiel 1:26b The phrase son of man is used more than ninety times in the book of Ezekiel; in the Gospels, it is used over eighty times. Humanity is central to God’s plan and building. In this fellowship, Brother Minoru […]

Singing hymns is one of the best ways for us to be ushered into the proper enjoyment of the Triune God. Knowing how to properly use the hymns can bring us into the light concerning our experience and condition. In this fellowship, Brother John Brooks covers five characteristics of rich hymns: they provide inspiration they […]

In this podcast we continue our fellowship on reading through the ministry publications. What does it mean to be nourished through spiritual publications? How can they educate us? How can we be equipped? Find out the difference between these terms and why the ministry publications are so beneficial for our going on with the Lord. […]

Attend to the public reading, practice these things, be in them, continue in these things, take heed to yourself–these are just a few of the expressions Paul used when charging his younger co-worker Timothy to be in the word and in his teaching. In this podcast, we consider reading the Bible from the angle of […]

“With what should a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to Your word.” – Psalm 119:9 In this fellowship, Brother Minoru shares on the importance of the word of God in light of the present-day situation in which we as young people find ourselves. Today we live in a world that […]

In this fellowship, Brother Minoru Chen shares a preserving word to young people on ten characteristics of a normal young man of God. Because we live in a confusing and lawless age, we need to know and develop these characteristics over the course of our years in school. These are the ten characteristics covered in […]

As believers we need to be secure in God’s love. How do we experience God’s love? How does that love translate to the brothers and sisters in the church, to humanity, to our enemies, and ultimately to God Himself? In this fellowship by Brother Ron Kangas we see the importance of having a full development […]

Developing a time with the Lord in the morning is one of the most important life practices we can develop in our Christian life. In this fellowship many practical points are covered that will help us to develop such a time. Some of these points include: Having it the first thing each day Having it […]

Our lives are measured in time. In the course of a day, there are many opportunities available to us to either redeem or waste our time. In this podcast we take a closer look at what it means to redeem the time by seizing these opportunities. We’ll see how our consecration is made practical when […]

In this fellowship, Brother Minoru shares on our need to treasure the great truth of Christ being the Spirit. He shares how earlier in our history this truth was greatly treasured among the saints. He shares a helpful word on our presentation of the truth. Our clothing, speech and behavior should match what we speak. […]

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. – Psalm 119:105 What do we do when certain things in the world situation contradict the Word of God? In this fellowship Brother Minoru offers a very balanced word about living in today’s age. We must realize that as Christians, God […]

And the patriarchs became jealous of Joseph and sold him into Egypt; yet God was with him. – Acts 7:9 Joseph was a perfect copy of Christ; He was one who expressed God’s image and exercised God’s dominion. We should have an aspiration when we are young to have such a perfect humanity. All of […]

In pursuing the Lord we need to find a pace that is both aggressive and comfortable. On the face of it these two things might seem contradictory, but, as we take a look at certain verses in the Bible as well as the Apostle Paul’s experience, we will come to realize that this should be […]

“That you may be blameless and guileless, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and perverted generation, among whom you shine as luminaries in the world” – Philippians 2:15 In some respects, Noah was a lot like you and me. He lived in the midst of a generation that was filled […]