If you’re coming to this event, you’re going to leave feeling challenged, spiritually renewed, and ready to influence your world for Christ.
No matter where you are, where you’re from, or what you do, you have a place in the kingdom of God to reach others for Jesus.
I want to spend just a few moments with you sharing from the Bible.
I'm going to start in Exodus 33, and I'd like us to consider the glory of God and its implications in your life as a leader, and most importantly as a follower of Christ. I believe if in fact that statement is true, you will leave here tonight with a surplus, the overwhelming fact and truth that you will leave hear tonight with everything you need for living and leading and pastoring. And if you really love them you will know their rules and abide by them, and then they will feel loved. And women are under no obligation to tell you when the rules change.
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He's written several books including "Dating Delilah," a book on purity from a new perspective.
He travels the world ministering with a fresh preaching style mixed with humor, passion and strong faith.
Love Like Jesus provides relevant and practical tips for those who want to spread their passion for Jesus to their neighbors and the world.
Judah Smith emphasizes that telling others about Jesus comes with challenges, and he provides effective solutions designed to overcome fear and uncertainty. Content true to Bible teachings and relevant to today's concerns.
Thursday night is the most special night in our family. When you've had children, the rhythm of life sounds something like this: date night, blur, date night, blur. I wish someone had told me before we got married that women have rules. So the other days I suggested we do dinner, coffee, dessert, and a movie.