Jonathan Shirk

STT 105 – I Belong (12) – True & Good Churches Give Us the Sacraments because We Need Them

NEW PODCAST! Check out the pulpit ministry of Jerusalem Church on various podcast platforms – Jerusalem Church Sermons! PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. Are you thankful for your local church? Have you thanked God recently for your church? Your church is God’s gracious gift to you and through it, He cares…

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STT 104 – I Belong (11) – Where Have All the Preachers Gone?

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. Are you thankful for your local church? Have you thanked God recently for your church? Your church is God’s gracious gift to you and through it, He cares for you, body and soul. May the Lord increase your gratitude for His provision through your church. Article…

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STT 103 – I Belong (10) – We’re Not Talking Hypocrites in Church, We’re Talking True vs. False Church

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. Are you thankful for your local church? Have you thanked God recently for your church? Your church is God’s gracious gift to you and through it, He cares for you, body and soul. May the Lord increase your gratitude for His provision through your church. Article…

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STT 102 – I Belong (9) – True Churches Are Shaped by Scripture Not Trends

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. Are you thankful for your local church? Have you thanked God recently for your church? Your church is God’s gracious gift to you and through it, He cares for you, body and soul. May the Lord increase your gratitude for His provision through your church. Article…

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SPECIAL (012) – A Message for My Brother Pastors/Preachers – Rev. Jonathan Shirk – Manheim, PA

The following message is for my fellow brother pastors/preachers. It was delivered to about 20 pastors (and some visitors) at an Ephrata Ministerium meeting held at Ephrata Bible Chapel in Ephrata, PA. It is an encouragement to pastors to do faithful law and gospel preaching for the well-being and comfort of their congregations. Perhaps you…

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