Contributed by Charles Wallis on Jan 30, 2008 (message contributor)
Contributed on Jan 30, 2008
This message is part of a series on relationships and dating emphasizing the need to marry a committed believer (based on Neh. 10:30). Power Point with pictures for message available. Email email@example.com
“Satisfied” Theme: We can be fully satisfied in God. John 4:27-42 Intro: Have you ever been full? So full you felt sick? We fill our lives up with so many things, but on the inside we are empty and lonely. The Samaritan woman had six men, but was still not satisfied. Review: ...read more
2. Wait For Jesus
Contributed on Feb 21, 2008
Many people are in a hurry in life, but we need to learn to wait for Jesus, especially when it comes to relationships - He is worth the wait!
Wait for Jesus! God is in the Storms Youth 021908 Have you ever been really scared, like you might die? When we are young, we may think we are invincible, but storms will come. Whenever we feel like life is a mess and nothing seems right, God is here with us in the middle of the storm. ...read more
3. One True Love
Contributed on Feb 28, 2008
Some people consider Jesus one of many options. But He challenged people either follow him or not. When it comes to relationships, dating, marriage, and decisions in life, God cannot be an option.
ONE TRUE LOVE Is there such thing as one true love…I think there is! A boy came home from Sunday school and His Mother said, "What did you discuss at Church?" The boy said, "Marriage"! His Mother then asked, "What did you learn about marriage?" The little boy thought for a moment and said, ...read more
4. Who Is God
Contributed on Mar 13, 2008
We should be commited to God, not because of fear, guilt, shame or pressure, but because of who God is. God is personal, perfect, and He will not let us go!
WHO IS GOD? We should be commited to God, not because of fear, guilt, shame or pressure, but because of who God is. Commitment: God is commited to Us Illus: Parents took their troubled Johnny to see the pastor. The pastor asks “Where is God?” three times. Johnny runs home scared. When ...read more