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Over Easter weekend, a Christian family from upstate New York was in a terrible car accident in West Virginia.
Let go from your job? Arrested? Relationship affair? Divorce? Wayward child? Death of a loved one? Where do these things fit in to your theology? Where do you go with everyday life? The Apostle Paul wanted to get rid of his negative experience but was not able to shake it. He prayed that it would go away but it remained with him. He would have to learn to process this thing or it would rob him of good living. Join Pastor Kevin Fetterhoff as he explores four steps toward greater spiritual insights that show us how we can have a God-centered perspective of ongoing events that happen in our life, as illustrated through the life of Paul. 2 Corinthians 12:1-10
In this new message series on prayer, Pastor Kevin Fetterhoff draws from the Scripture in First Chronicles, chapter four - the prayer of Jabez. No matter what your situation or location you can pray about whatever is in your life. The messages will help us understand that God is for us and that we can communicate with Him about EVERYTHING!
The Greek word for restoration in the Bible means "rebirth". Why should we exist in a wounded, mourning state? Satan comes to rob us of joy but God wants us to rejoice!
God gave them the land. He gave them amazing signs and showed himself faithful. But, there were some obstacles in the way before the Israelites could enter the promised land. When did God promise you something that you have not seen happen yet?
Why do I keep struggling with these problems over which I should have victory, because, hey, I've prayed, I'm a Christian, and isn't God supposed to come to my rescue? Deacon Justice gives us a great insight on just how to trust in the Lord with all your might, and gain victory on a daily basis. Listen as he explains the key to daily peace, and living with less fear and guilt ~ one day at a time!
What do we do when life doles out unexpected and hurtful events? How do we process pain in ways that are honest and helpful? In this message we look at three simple suggestions--steps that open a pathway to hope and restoration in the midst of trouble.
This message looks at the life of Daniel as he is taken prisoner from Jerusalem and forced into the circles of power and paganism in Babylon. His refusal to compromise and accommodate the pagan influences arrayed against him in education, religion and the arts is a powerful example of what to do when the secular world presses in. This is especially important for the generation of young adults coming up in the church today in America.