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Each week, Family Life discusses current events and issues through the biblical worldview with an in-studio guest Pastor. This week we are asking the question, "Is Youth Ministry Working?". Our guest on Pastor Chat is Pastor Dave Bretch who is Senior Pastor of the Beartown Road Alliance Church in Painted Post, NY. After listening to the podcast, join in on the discussion below.
Glorifying God in the New Covenant is more than songs - we are called to be Living Sacrifices
Part 1 of the662 series: Lift - Taking Your Worship To The Next Level
A sermon by Phil Kooistra on James 4:1-6) given to the students at Independent Bible Church (The High School and Middle School Ministry of IBC in Port Angeles Wa.) Find us on the web at http://ibcstudentministries.org
Well, in my last podcast, I told you about “my spanking.” A Holy Spirit spanking, if you will. (Wow, I might have just invented a new sign gift.) ....
Biblical saving faith is a multigenerational faith. From our text, Hebrews 11:20-22, I want you to see that in order for our faith to be multigenerational it must have two characteristics. 1. Multigenerational faith must be passed on to the next generations. 2. Multigenerational faith must be a persevering faith.
This is part one of an ongoing dialogue with Pastor Steve Keels of Good Shepherd Community church in Boring, Oregon. Serve has been serving at Good Shepherd for thirty years and is highly respected for his work in youth ministry. My name is Gunnar Simonsen and I will be leading these various conversations as part of www.thenewintellect.org
In this Treasure the Word Podcast, Matthew Perry interviews Mark Combs, pastor of the Salem Baptist Church, Salem, KY.
Rather than asking first, what is our goal for our youth ministry, we need to figure out what our goal for our youth should be. Then, when we have that firmly established, we can look at how our church's ministry to young people should fit into that larger goal. As Christians, our ultimate goal for our young people should be that whether they eat or drink, or whatever they do, that they would do all to the glory of God. Or, to state it another way, our goal for our children is that they intentionally glorify God and enjoy Him now and forever.