Am I Called? is a ministry of Dave Harvey and friends, based in Four Oaks Church, in Tallahassee, Florida. We want to help men find their call to gospel ministry and to help churches find called men.

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Sam Storms Talks Being A Biblical Charismatic

By on May 22, 2015

Sam Storms is a unique individual in the evangelical world. He self-identifies as both a Calvinist and a charismatic. In this episode of the Am I Called? podcast, Dave interviews Sam about what it means to be both a Calvinist and a charismatic. They talk about:

  • What it means to be a true, biblical Charismatic.
  • Why people are hesitant to pursue the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • The necessity of pursuit when it comes to the Holy Spirit.
  • The need for pastors to teach their congregations about the work of the Spirit.

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Spurgeon Speaks: The Priority Of Pastoral Ministry

By on May 20, 2015

The great 19th century pastor, Charles Spurgeon, was committed to training young men for pastoral ministry. One of the ways he did this was by giving regular lectures to the young men attending his Pastor’s College. Spurgeon wanted to prepare

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Creating A Culture Of Sacrifice In Your Church

By on May 14, 2015

If you’ve ever had a physical, you’ll know there are certain benchmarks for determining health. Blood pressure, heart rate, weight, white blood cell count, reflexes – it all goes under review. You get pricked, cuffed, prodded, and interrogated in the

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Planting Churches That Last: Study The Past

By on May 12, 2015

The best car I ever owned was a ’72 Chrysler Valiant. My wife, Kimm, called it the “Wonder V,” as in, “I wonder why you think I want to ride in that.” But it was a tank on tires—so solidly

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Soldiers and Saints

By on May 8, 2015

Note: My son, Tyler, is in the military, currently deployed in Afghanistan. Over the past several years, Tyler has mentioned various relationships he has had with different military chaplains, particularly one chaplain named “Mike”. I asked Tyler if he would