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Sunday Sermon: Harvest Time!

posted by Robert Gelinas
Jesus said, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” (Mt. 9.37-38)
Is there ever a time when we say that Jesus has answered our prayers?  When do we say, “The harvest is plentiful and so are the workers?”
What if it’s, “Harvest Time?”

The Harvest (Pastor Robert Gelinas) from Colorado Community Church on Vimeo.



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Ashlee

posted February 22, 2011 at 3:07 pm


I believe it is Harvest Time for CCC! I look around Sunday service and I am always amazed at all the people filling the pews. As Pastor Robert states, “This cloud is not moving” and I too believe there is a reason for this. We are in the perfect place for “harvest time”. I think that are many of us within the CCC community who are just waiting to be given the opportunity to harvest. Without directed opportunity most sit and wait. I LOVE the DARE 2 CARE program and believe that getting people to “this corner” is going to this city of Aurora much needed good.



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