Stressing To Make A Difference – In A Culture Obsessed With Stardom and Heroes

Stressing to impressStressing To Make A Difference – In A Culture Obsessed with Stardom and Heroes.   It is amazing to see so many individuals ‘trying’ to become ‘The new breakthrough star’ on Facebook, YouTube, small business, online ministry, etc.  The hunger is not a bad thing, but each person really does need to have an honest look at what their motives are.  Most often, they are selfish and they are really trying to make themselves feel like they are a ‘somebody’ when deep down they feel like a ‘nobody’.  Today we look at this topic and try to remind you first, who you really are, and…how God seems to use us….it may not be quite what you thought!  What I’m discovering is that in humility, love all humans around you, respect them, and treat all as your equal….this is a wonderful expression of the love of Christ already in you.

You may have heard God loves you, but did you know He LIKES you too.  The message the ‘typical’ church sends to the world is that God is really ticked and his anger is building…well….that God doesn’t even EXIST!! And we wonder why people feel condemned by the message ‘the church’ seems to send.

Let’s share the GOOD NEWS for all people TO all people!  God loves EVERYBODY!  No one is excluded!  That is good news!! Now believe it!!  For more info, visit:

 

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One thought on “Stressing To Make A Difference – In A Culture Obsessed With Stardom and Heroes

  1. This is great teaching Mike. Val and I watch your videos off of YouTube each week and we are gaining a lot of strength and encouragement through them. Thanks for your faith-fullness.

    Mark Tyrer

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