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Pastor Tim Osborn continues our series, "Thin Places" with his talk, titled, "Joseph: Trust". He speaks from Matthew 1:18-25. This week, Pastor Osborn also sits down to chat with his friend Tom Vice, former resident staff member and church planter of "Lifehouse", about his experience in learning to trust God.
What’s on your mind? Through this simple question, Facebook invites millions of people each day to share their priorities, interests and passions with the rest of the world. How we answer that question helps define our identity: who we are, what we value, and how we live out our lives. In this message series, we want to share our profile with you. But here’s the twist--unlike most Facebook profiles, our purpose isn’t to “friend” you--it’s to help you discover a real and lasting relationship with Christ, who is a friend unlike any other. Through Profile, Jim and Paul reveal who we believe God has called Preston Trail Community Church to be in our world.
The last time I was looking for my keys I thought, "Why can’t I just put them in their place." I have a key hanger that hangs in the hallway by the door we leave out of. All I have to do is hang them in their place and magically they are there the next day. Are you in your right place?
In contrast to popular ideas on spiritual warfare, the Bible teaches us that our main response to the Devil is not offensive, but defensive; we are called to resist him as we live, in word and deed, in light of Jesus' victory on the cross.
Lessons are most often learned when our imagination is engaged. Probably no one understood this better or had a more profound effect on generations of children than Dr. Seuss. Many of the more than 40 books he wrote have incredibly deep spiritual parallels. In this series we will rediscover four classic Dr. Seuss stories and learn the practical Biblical truths found in them.
Part 10 "Looking for love in all the wrong places" Ruth 3:1-11 1. True love is desired because of the possibilities. Ruth desired: * A new home * Hope for the future * A new level of happiness 2. True love is discovered by following a plan. This plan involves the proper: * Research * Resolve * Response * Request 3. True love is declared through pleasantries. Boaz declared his: * Acceptance * Assurance * Affirmation