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How Shall We Then Live [Video]

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

This message is from the 2012 Olivet Convocation in Ohio. This was not the last message of the conference (it was next to last), but it was the message that asked the question that every conference should ask: so what? How do we live this out? Phil Norcom opened with passages in Mt 24, 25 and Joel 3. A blessed dialogue among brothers ensued.


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(1hr: 40min)
 

For Then Shall Be Great Tribulation [Video]

Sunday, July 7th, 2013

This message is from the 2012 Olivet Convocation in Ohio. Travis Bennett expounded upon Matthew 24:21 – “For then shall be GREAT tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. Part 2 consists of follow-up commentary from Philip Haney and Phil Norcom.


[For PC & Mac: Clicking the “Playlist” button will show all the parts of this particular playlist (in our case all the parts of the “session”) for the convenience of switching from one part to another. For mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.), only Part 1 will play above: Visit our YouTube Channel to view Parts 1 and 2]
(1hr: 40min)
 

This Gospel of the Kingdom Shall Be Preached [Video]

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

This message is from the 2012 Olivet Convocation in Ohio. Phil Norcom and Andrew Neal talked about the statement of Jesus on the Mount of Olives, that “this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness, and then the end shall come.” Mt 24:14


[For PC & Mac: Clicking the “Playlist” button will show all the parts of this particular playlist (in our case all the parts of the “session”) for the convenience of switching from one part to another. For mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.), only Part 1 will play above: Visit our YouTube Channel to view Parts 1 and 2]
(1hr: 46min)