Oak Hills Church
Christian Church, Pastor/Minister
Messages, Sermon Comments and Testimonials
Leslie Alvarez says... Facing Your Giants is facing our promblems and hopes with God right by our side in life of possibilty of course is not always easy but remember With god i can do all things through strengthens me in life in the good or bads he''ll never fail you this is a really amazing preaching teaching us of how to face our giants so FACE YOUR GIANTS! Go Max Thanks for the message.......
Max you''re such a blessing to the body of Christ. Thanks for sharing.
Dear Max. I meet you once at Kentucky Christian University. My wife is going to have an operation 8-10-2010 on a cyst on her tail bone, part of the tail bone maybe removed. Your sermon thoughts bring comfort. Thank you
Praise God for an inspiring work 'Facing Your Giants' - it reminds us that with God on our side we are winners. Bro. Max, may God continue to use you mightily as a channel of great blessing to others.
These are excellent lessons and appropriate for every age...
Our small group is using "Facing Your Giants" and what a blessing it has been to all of us. I also was privileged to hear a person saved off the streets testify as to how the book John 3:16 transformed his life and thinking. Keep up the wonderful ministry and God bless you richly
Just knowing that "Giants will Fall", is enough for me to turn the corner and face the unknown.
Max has been a life long friend, even though he does not know it.I only personally saw him when we were teenagers when his family visited my family. His dad and my dad used to work in the oil fields together, which has created in my mind a common link.We're buds, even though I haven't seen him. Now I see how God has used him, which truly says to me, "God can speak to us out of any mop bucket". One chapter that caught my attention was the one that the old man said that his most precious possession was his ole toothless friend. Then another that continues to impress my life is when an old man said to the young Max at the employment campfire, "Sure feels good to be chosen, boy, doesn't it?" Thanks, Max, for yielding, for using polished words to encourage all of us.