Storyline #33: Deuteronomy 27-28 “The Curses and Blessings”

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4 – Deuteornomy 27-27 – Curses and Blessings (order of service)

4 – Deuteornomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (ppt)

4 – Deuteronomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (pulpit)

4 – Deuteronomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (outline)

4 – Deuteronomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (drama)

4 – Deuteronomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (fillout sheet)

4 – Deuteronomy 27-28 – Curses and Blessings (mp3)

Have you ever been in a witnessing situation when you just weren’t sure what to say? I’m talking about a time when you were growing and learning so much about Christ that at times you might get excited and say too much to an unbeliever who wasn’t quite ready to hear it all. Have you ever felt at other times that you should have said way more? Situations like those are exactly the reason why we’re studying the book of Deuteronomy. You are in these situations and conversations every single day. Every day your conversations could and should give you a way to talk to others about Jesus and everything surrounding salvation in Him. My goal through Deuteronomy is that you understand the gospel better, and that you are better trained to share it with everyone. Continue reading

Storyline #07 – Genesis 12-25 – You Must Be Trippin: Calling, Blessing, and Struggling

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07 – Genesis 12-25 – Abraham (mp3)

07 – Genesis 12-25 – Abraham (handout)

07 – Genesis 12-25 – Abraham (ppt)


I often like to think back on the journey God has taken me through to get to where I am now.  I grew up in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  From there I spent time in Pensacola for college, back in Tuscaloosa for more college, northeast Pennsylvania to graduate college, northwest Michigan for three summers of camps, Detroit for a year long youth ministry internship, Louisville for the masters degree, southeast Indiana for my first full-time youth pastorate, and now I live in the Huntsville area of Alabama for my dream job.  God certainly did not tell me at the beginning that I would end up here, and I’m glad He didn’t.  If He had, I may have been tempted to skip a few stops along the way which would mean I wouldn’t have met all the wonderful people in my life.  Ultimately, I would have not grown from every experience He took me through. 


            As we study the life of Abraham, we see that God did tell him the future. Continue reading