On Sunday, November 3, Dr. Giotis Kantartzis brought us the powerful message "In Athens" based on Acts 17:16-34. Dr. Kantartzis pastors the First Greek Evangelical Church, an historic Presbyterian church in Athens, Greece. He holds a M.Div. from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary; a MST from Boston University, School of Theology; and a Ph.D. from the Divinity School of the University of Thessaloniki. Through the 2012 Easter Sacrificial Offering, Tenth partnered with his church in its outreach to immigrants.
Sunday morning and evening, November 10, Rev. Norman MacKay preached the series, "How shall we sing the Lord's song in a strange land?". In the morning he addressed "Part 1: Jesus as Founder" based on Hebrews 12:1-3. In the evening he addressed "Part 2: Jesus as Visionary" expounding upon Hebrews 10:1-10. Rev. MacKay served with WEC International as a pioneer missionary in the Central Asian Republics of the former USSR. He recently was appointed as a church planter with the Free Church of Scotland, and Tenth supports this work as part of our UK Partnership.
Whether you've heard all three sermons already or you're hearing about them for the first time, I encourage you make time to listen to these messages from two of God's faithful servants.
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