What’s Your Story

What's Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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John Carpenter asks the question: What is my testimony? Have I been… and why have I been… keeping that testimony to myself?

No matter what you think or how you go about rationalizing it the fact of the matter is your life is a testimony; What you do, how you live speaks volumes about what you believe, who you are, and who you belong to.

Kingdom Perspectives Matthew 6:19-24

Kingdom Perspectives

Kingdom Perspectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Erik Mallasch speaks about Matthew 6:19-24

 

Those People III – Sanctified People

Sanctified People

Those People III – Sanctified People

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pastor John Carpenter talks about how everyone should stop and answer the questions: Am I a sanctified person? Am I truly being sanctified? How can I be sure?

 

Those People II – Critical People

Those People II - Critical People

Those People II – Critical People

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Erik Mallasch explains what a Critical person is, and what Jesus has to say about it in Matthew 7:1-5 What the Bible means when it talks of a critical person, or the words that it uses for critical people

Those People I – Manipulating People

Those People I - Manipulating People

 

 

 

 

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Pastor John Carpenter describes Manipulating People
People in our lives that are sometimes difficult to be around because they do things that frustrate you, or make you angry, or are just plain annoying. You know… those people! Today, Those Manipulating People.

Faith of our Fathers I – Jesus and the Angels

Hebrews I

Hebrews I

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pastor Bob explores the 1st chapter of the Book of Hebrews.

Disciples II – A Disciple Forgives

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John Carpenter talks about how a disciple forgives

Disciples II – A Disciple Washes Feet

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We talk about climbing the corporate ladder. If you want to be great, you rise to greatness, but in the culture of the kingdom of God, Jesus flips it around. He says, “You really want to be the greatest? You descend to greatness.”

We are looking at a story about the disciples and Jesus in John 13. Here we find Jesus and the disciples having a supper together. It happens to be the last supper that they will have together before Jesus dies. In a couple of days, Jesus is going to be crucified.

Missions Sunday: Where Do I Fit In?

 

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The Bible is clear that suffering is normal for everyone. 1 Peter 4:12: “Dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you.” But, even though we know life is not easy, we can give way to self-pity or get resentful and discouraged. When the pressures of life are greater than we can bear, James says, “Pray.”