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John's church

Southpoint Community Christian Church
Trenton, Michigan 48183
(734) 675-7575

About John
  • Education: I graduated from Lincoln Christian College in 2001 with a degree in Christian Education with focus on Youth Ministry.
  • Experience: --6 Month Internship at Eastview Christian Church in Bloomington, IL in 2000. --Was the full time youth minister at First United Methodist Church in Washington, IL from May 2001-February 2004. --Has been the full time Junior/Senior High Youth Minister at Southpoint Community Christian Church in Trenton, MI since February 2004.
  • Family: I’ve been married to my lovely wife since December 30, 2000!
  • Books that have had an impact: The Jesus I Never Knew- Phillip Yancey Mere Christianity- C.S. Lewis Jesus Among Other Gods- Ravi Zacharias The Chronological Life of Christ, Vols 1 & 2- Mark Moore
  • Hobbies: Spending time with my wife, studying, spending time with my youth group, and baseball (Go Cubs!).
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  • Make A Difference With Your Life

    Contributed on Aug 14, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    What does God expect from us in this life? What does He expect from us based on what we are able to do? This message tries to answer those questions by looking at a couple of teachings from Jesus.

    What we want to know this morning is how God has uniquely made us so we don’t waste our lives. One of the main ideas from the series we went through is that if you do something meaningful with your life, you will be a minority. Most people just go through life trying to survive. They go more

  • When You'd Rather Kill Your Enemies Than Love Them

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2004
    based on 13 ratings

    A look at the how and why’s of loving our enemies.

    Southpoint Sermon May 29-30th, 2004 What do you say to God when… you’d rather kill your enemies than love them? Intro: Anyone can tell you, whether they’re a Christian or not, that Christians are supposed to love their enemies. We’re supposed to be nice to everyone, not hate our more