17 October 2021 - Follow Who
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David Page

Message Series: Emotionally Healthy Discipleship – Follow Who? – Live Sermon – Pastor Dave Page

Who do you say I am? This is the great question that the apostle Matthew has set before his readers is: Who is Jesus? … and that’s a question Scazzero asks us to ponder as well. The Next chapter in our odyssey through Emotionally Healthy Discipleship is titled: Follow the Crucified, Not the Americanized, Jesus – well I’ve edited to the westernized – it’s the same for us in Canada….

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follow who
Sermons
David Page

Message Series: Emotionally Healthy Discipleship – Follow Who? – Sermon – Pastor Dave Page

Who do you say I am? This is the great question that the apostle Matthew has set before his readers is: Who is Jesus? … and that’s a question Scazzero asks us to ponder as well. The Next chapter in our odyssey through Emotionally Healthy Discipleship is titled: Follow the Crucified, Not the Americanized, Jesus – well I’ve edited to the westernized – it’s the same for us in Canada….

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First baptist church kingsville - live sermon - 3 october 2021
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Pastors Page

Message Series: Emotionally Healthy Discipleship – What’s The Problem? – Live Sermon – 3 October 2021

Some decades ago, a popular phrase used to describe the church was that we were one mile wide and one inch deep. Now, we have to ask if we should say we are one mile wide and less than half an inch deep. Join us as we dig into this important question: What are the beneath-the-surface failures that undermine deep discipleship and keep people from becoming spiritually mature?

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Emotionally Healthy Discipleship - 3 October 2021
Sermons
Pastors Page

Message Series: Emotionally Healthy Discipleship – What’s The Problem? – Sermon – 3 October 2021

Some decades ago, a popular phrase used to describe the church was that we were one mile wide and one inch deep. Now, we have to ask if we should say we are one mile wide and less than half an inch deep. Join us as we dig into this important question: What are the beneath-the-surface failures that undermine deep discipleship and keep people from becoming spiritually mature?

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