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So we all love movies where the hero overcomes the odds, scores the girl, defeats the bad guy, saves the day, right?  As of the start of the week ENDGAME has made $2.73 billion which means a lot of people have seen it including one fan, Agustin Alanis who has seen it 103 times.

It’s like there is something in our DNA that is drawn towards stories of ordinaryish people who rise up and become the hero and I think something in all of us that wonders if we were put in that position… if we were bit by the spider… if we found a droid with a secret message… if we were struck by lightning… that we would accept the challenge and be the hero.. am I right?

Well in the bible we meet about a moment just like this – a guy plucked out of obscurity, chosen by God to be king, who against all the odds defeats the bad guy and saves the day.

So Israel have this king, Saul, but he’s gone off the rails a bit and God has chosen a new guy to be king and sends Samuel, the prophet to go and anoint the new king.

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Now here begs the question… where do you find a new king?  There aren’t schools for kings, you cant go to a shop and select one off the shelf and you cant order one from the internet.  Perhaps you could do a show like the bachelor, where you give a rose to the candidates and end up living happily ever after with the king at the end…  or survivor “the tribe has spoken”…

God tells Samuel to go to visit a family in Bethlehem and that he has chosen one of his sons to be king.

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You know, the bible is a little bit like the MCU.  In the MCU there are lots of big characters, your heroes, villians, people with great hair, plot twists, love stories, battles, victories, loses, and everything in between.  There are also the theories and the mythology and the easter eggs all the way through the 22 movies that belong in the MCU.

The bible is a lot like that.  Main players, heroes, villians, people with great hair, plot twists, love stories, battles, victories, loses, theories, themes and the all-important easter eggs all the way through the 66 books in the Bible.

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The Answers: 30 Similarities between Abraham offering Isaac on Mt. Moriah and GOD offering Jesus on Mt. Calvary

In an earlier post that you can read HERE, I suggested that if you study the story of Abraham offering Isaac on Mt Moriah carefully, you could find as many as 30 similarities between that story and the story of God offering Jesus as a sacrifice on Mt Calvary. I posed this question to our Connect Group at Hebron Church on Sunday, and here are the 30 similarities that we found.

In both stories…

  1. The father leads his son to be sacrificed.
  2. A donkey is involved on the road to the sacrifice.
  3. They leave their “homeland” to go to the place of sacrifice (Abraham & Isaac travel to the mountain, Jesus leaves heaven to come to earth).
  4. To get from where they are to the place of sacrifice requires a journey.
  5. Each son is the “one and only son” of his father.
  6. The son is a descendant of Abraham.
  7. The son had been born with divine intervention.
  8. The sacrifices take place on the same mountain (called Mt. Moriah in the Old Testament, called Mt. Calvary in the New Testament — also known as Mt. Zion, by the way)
  9. The companions that were with them stayed behind (most likely on the hill across the valley, called the Mt. of Olives) when the son went with the father for the sacrifice.
  10. The son carried the wood/cross to the place of sacrifice.
  11. The son asked questions of the father.
  12. The father knew what he was called to do.
  13. The son was submissive to the will of the father.
  14. The father was willing to sacrifice his son, if necessary.
  15. The father believed in resurrection.
  16. The father loved the son.
  17. A resurrection was prophesied (Abraham said, “we’ll come back to you.” Jesus said, “I will rise on the third day.”)
  18. The son was laid upon the wood/cross.
  19. The son was bound to the wood/cross.
  20. Abraham had a knife to pierce his son, Jesus’ skin was pierced by whips laced with bones, glass and rocks.
  21. The Lord Himself provided the sacrifice (the ram, Jesus). [Note, the word order in the Hebrew text of Genesis 22:8 could read, “The Lord will provide Himself the lamb for the burnt offering, my son.” A foreshadowing of Jesus]
  22. Blood was shed.
  23. The sacrifice was a substitute (ram a substitute for Isaac, Jesus a substitute for us).
  24. The sacrifice was a demonstration of love for God.
  25. Men of great faith in God who were committed obediently to the will of God.
  26. The ram was caught in the thorns, and Jesus had a crown of thorns on his head.
  27. Abundant blessings flow because of the sacrifice (abundant life).
  28. Abraham was tested, Jesus was tested.
  29. The son ultimately survived the sacrifice.
  30. The son was resurrected on the third day.

Number 30 requires a little explanation. Jesus was literally resurrected on the third day. As for Isaac: Abraham heard from the Lord that he was to sacrifice his son. As far as he was concerned, Isaac was as good as dead at that point. The journey from their home to the place of sacrifice took three days. On the third day, God provided the ram so that Isaac was spared his life, i.e., he was “resurrected” on the third day. The Bible tells us that Abraham had great faith all along, believing that even if God did call him to slay his son that God would bring his son back to life!

Not sure if we got all 30 of them right? Maybe you found other similarities? Let me know.

Keep studying, and keep trusting in the will of God, the ways of God, and the Word of God.

On Wednesday I celebrated my 26th born again day – the day I became a Christian.

I was invited to youth by a friend in class who had never talked to me about God or youth group or anything before, she just turned to me and said do you wanna come to youth group.   I said yes.  Because God had been at work in my life way before then to draw me to him.

But sometimes we forget this.  We forget the power of invitation.  We forget about how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.  We forget that God uses us to share the gospel and to invite people to church.

We get busy with life and family and work and doing, and we forget that Jesus Himself said that He came to seek and save the lost.  His priority mission was one of rescue.

I want to take Evangelism out of the too hard basket and help us see that this is something we can do in our everyday real lives, with everyday real people, being our everyday real selves.

It is not something for just special super spiritual people. It is not just something for pastors.  It is not even something just for extroverts.

It is the on earth mission that Jesus has given every single one of us if we are Christians.

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So I remember when I moved to Blenheim in year 12.  Up to then I’d lived in a little place called Gore where they roll their Rs and where they have small school.  My school was year 7-13 and had 350 kids, total.  My school in Blenheim had 1500 GIRLS.

So in my first week I got lost, a lot.

I remember getting assigned to this peer support leader in my class and she would show me on the map where I was meant to be or escort me to class. I remember distinctly getting lost on my way to math class one day though.  Which was fine, as I didn’t like maths, but the math teacher was the meanest teacher ever and super strict and was the netball coach. Why is that important, because in my first class at math she asked me if I played netball and I was like no way, I hate netball.   Anyway, my peer support person was named Mary.  She was about yay high with brown bobbed hair.  Along with about 628 other girls at my school and she said follow me when it was time to go to math.   We got out into the corridors  where its squishy and busy and lets just say I had a height disadvantage.  One minute I saw mary the next minute all I see is white shirts and backs.  Because I’m short.  So we get outside, take a breath of fresh air, because hello, hair spray, deodorant and coconut oil…. And then I saw mary in the distance and so I followed her.  Round the corner, up the stairs, down the hall, all the way to French class.  Not math class.  Because that was not mary.  It was some other yay high brown haired girl with a bob.

I had been following the wrong girl.  And I ended up in the totally wrong place.

 

At the very start of the year we want to talk about what does it look like to Follow Jesus for real.  Sometimes we can have our good ideas, or no idea, but what does Jesus, the One who is setting the course of our life say what it means to follow him.

You see being a chrsitian isn’t about being a nice person, or being kind, or friendly, or even isn’t about coming to church and reading the bible and knowing stuff about Jesus it is about knowing Jesus as a saviour and a friend and a lord and following Him, letting Him set the path for our life, knowing God and making Him known.

 

In John 14:6 Jesus says I am the way the truth and the life.   John 14:6

I am the way.  Follow me.

I am the way the truth and the life, No one gets to the Father, to God apart from me.

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I love the slow pace of the new year – its time to rest, chillax, stop collaborate and listen… which for me means binge watching west wing, sleep ins and reading lots.

To kick the year off I read Shawn Bolz Translating God, which if you’re interested in knowing God more and making Him known more is well worth the read.

In Translating God he talks about connecting with Brian Welch, guitarist of Korn, who is a born again Christian and seeing God at work in and through his life.  Korn for those who don’t know, is a heavy heavy heavy metal band.  Its lyrics and concerts are not pretty.   Think drugs, sex rock and roll and then multiply that by 10 and you’re maybe getting a clear picture.  After getting saved Brian stepped away from Korn, realising that it perhaps wasn’t the best environment to walk with God and live free.  After about 10 years though he felt led by God to rejoin the band and now at concerts has a team of prophetic people scout around the audience handing out VIP backstage passes to meet with him.  These fan meet and greets however aren’t just about signing autographs or having selfies with Brian, they’re gospel presentations and supernatural encounters that see people saved and set free.  Heavy metal fans who went for a concert and met their Saviour.

I wouldn’t call Brian ordinary, but God chooses to use ordinary people to extraordinary things.  I love how God loves to use the unexpected to do amazing things.

Think about some of the main players in the Bible.

Moses – Hebrew baby, hidden away despite a death order for all male babies, then adopted by the Egyptian princess, raised in the palace who then discovers his heritage, murders an eyptian and flees to the backside of the desert where he becomes a shepherd for his father in law.  God then uses him to deliver the nation of Israel from slavery in Egypt and to lead them to the promised land.

David – a man after God’s heart, who commits adultery and then has the womans husband murdered

Peter – a fisherman who often speaks before he thinks, who denys Jesus 3 times, even after Jesus told him he would

Mary was an unwed mother.

Jonah ran away from God.

Elijah was depressed and suicidal.

Jacob was a liar and a cheat.

Paul, who wrote at least ½ of the New Testament, orchestrated the genocide of Christians in the early church.

 

God has proved time and time again that He moves in unexpected ways through unexpected people, yet when it comes to our own lives we often want God to colour inside the lines, to be a cosmic genie granting our wishes and moving in predictable safe ways.

 

Think about some of the key moments in the Bible:

Walking around the walls of Jericho in silence until the 7th day was an unexpected battle plan.

Splitting the Red Sea was an unexpected escape route for the people of Israel as they fled from Egypt.

From the prison to the palace was an unexpected progression for Joseph.

Boy chosen to defeat a giant was an unexpected choice and a massive risk!

An elderly couple who have been barren have a promised son is outside the laws of nature.

The first preacher of the new church was an uneducated fisherman who just over a month ago had publically denied even knowing Jesus was an unexpected leadership promotion.

Being born as a human child to a virgin teenage girl, who then wed a carpenter and grew up in obsecurity, becoming a capenter himself, revealed as the Son of God who then was arrested and executed on the cross – our Saviour Jesus Christ, whose death seemed like defeat but was the greatest victory as it was the punishment for our sins and the price paid to rescue and redeem us, and was not the final say as Jesus didn’t stay dead but rose to life!

 

This morning at the start of the year I want to challenge us to say yes to the unexpected and to equip us with some keys to empower us to thrive when the unexpected comes our way.

 

 

 

Nothing is Unexpected to God.

 

One of the things I love about God is that nothing takes Him by surprize.  We will face the unplanned and the unexpected this year, but we’re loved by a Saviour who knows no surprises.

Psalm 139:16 You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.

Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.

 

Luke 12:7 says that God knows the number of hairs on our head which means He is paying attention to even the tiniest detail of our lives!

 

God is never surprised. To be surprised you have to be uncertain about what is coming. You have to not know things. God never not knows about the future or about anything. He is never uncertain about what is coming.

We can know this for at least two reasons. One is that the Bible shows that knowing the future, even the future of human decisions, is part of what it means to be God. And the other is that the Bible shows that God knows the future because he plans the future.

Sometimes  you just have to yell PLOT TWIST and then carry on in full assurance that God is the author of our life and that your plot twist did not shock Him.

God is all powerful and when we find ourselves facing a giant, or blocked by the red sea, or up against walls we can be confident that God is able and that nothing is impossible to Him.   We often box Him in and place our human limitations on God who has no limits.

This means that we can put our hope in God.  We can put our trust in Him.  He is the God who never fails.   He is the God that promises to complete the good work He has begun in us and that every detail of our lives is continually woven together to fit into God’s perfect plan of bringing good into our lives, for we are his children who have been called to fulfill his designed purpose.

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How do we deal with the unexpected things that cause us pain and grief.   The health diagnosis.  The bad family news.  The redundancy.   The relationship that falls apart. Mental health issues.  Kids that face crisis.

As Christians we are not immune to the very real troubles of this world.  Sin and the fall means this world and its people are broken.  God doesn’t promise us a “get out of jail” card when it comes to difficulty.

Things that are unexpected catch us off guard.  They’re not planned for, not prepared for and aren’t booked in the diary, mmmmm the first week of March seems good for something unexpected to happen.

But when the unexpected hits we can be ready internally, mentally, spiritually, emotionally for whatever life presents.

But the promise of Jesus is that God is with us, God is for us and God is at work.

Psalm 121 I look to the hills, where does my help come from?  My help comes from the Lord, maker of heaven and earth.

The creator God who breathed out the stars and created every blade of grass and wildflower and bird, animal, and fish He is our help.  Even in the darkest moment we face God is big enough and loving enough to  be our help, to be our comfort.

 

There are 5 things that will help when we face the unexpected crisis.

  1. We can LEAN on God for stability. “Such a person will not be overthrown by evil circumstances. God’s constant care of him will make a deep impression on all who see it. He does not fear bad news, nor live in dread of what may happen. For he is settled in his mind that God will take care of him” (Psalm 112:6-7, TLB). It seems trite or clichic to say lean on God and we may have hurt feelings towards Him for whatever is going on but I love how David says in Psalm 73 “When I tried to understand all this it troubled me deeply until I entered the sanctuary of God, then I understood”. In His presence we find a peace despite the circumstance, we find hope for eternity and hope for right here right now today, we find wisdom and comfort and strength to face what is going on.    Sometimes all we can do is whisper the name of Jesus and He translates that into prayer.

When I was in intermediate my best friend was the tallest girl in the class, her name is Caroline.  Its been over 30 years since Ive seen Caroline but my heart broke when I read that her 17 year old son was hit by a car and died on New Years Day.  I actually was really affected, even though I haven’t seen Caroline for 30 years and hugged my kids a lot for a few days, thank you for tolerating that, and thought of her and her son it felt like all the time that week.  I had no sensible prayers.  I had no wise words of comfort.  All I could pray was Jesus wrap your arms around her right now.  In this moment.  Be there.    All I could do was lean into Jesus and ask Jesus to lean into her.

 

  1. We can LISTEN to God “’I know what I am planning for you,’ says the Lord. ‘I have good plans for you, not plans to hurt you. I will give you hope and a good future’” (Jeremiah 29:11 NCV). Often in a crisis we can feel confused, hurt and unsure of what the next step is.  I love that Psalm 23 says when I WALK through the valley, we’re walking, not camping, we’re passing through, not permently dwelling.

Sometimes all we need to hear is God is with us.  When my husband’s dad passed away about 7 years ago both my kids had terrible chicken pox.  Caleb was still getting spots about 14 days into it.  I was worn out in every way possible.  On the day Tony’s dad died Bethel music released a free song for an upcoming album called Come to me.  I had it on repeat and just lay on my bed and let the words and heart of God wash over me and steady my heart.  It was God speaking to me.

 

  1. We can LOOK to God for strength. “God is our protection and our strength. He always helps in times of trouble. So we will not be afraid even if the earth shakes, or the mountains fall into the sea” (Psalm 46:2 NCV).

 

  1. PROCESS the emotions

Jesus said, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4 NKJV). That means it’s okay to be honest about our grief. “O my people, trust in him at all times. Pour out your heart to him, for God is our refuge” (Psalm 62:8, NLT). God wants to comfort us in tragedy. He is close to the broken-hearted, and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

 

  1. You are not alone

It’s a huge mistake to isolate yourself when you’re going through a crisis. We all need the support, encouragement, and presence of other people, particularly in a crisis.    The local church isn’t a crossfit club where its all about strength and power and performance, it’s a family with a cross at the centre that represents love, grace, healing, forgiveness and where we can come if we’re broken, where we can come when we’re hurt, where we can come as we are, warts and all.   It’s a place where there are a whole range of gifts and ways that we can encourage and support each other.

 

 

A crisis creates a moment in your life when you can shift your dependence to something that can never be taken from you. Through it, God can teach us that we may lose our homes, our careers, our marriages, or our health, but we will never, ever lose our relationship with God. He promised to never leave us or forsake us — and that’s an eternal security we can build our lives on.

 

“We were really crushed and overwhelmed, and feared we would never live through it . . . we saw how powerless we were to help ourselves; but that was good, for then we put everything into the hands of God, who alone could save us . . . And he did help us and save us . . . and we expect him to do it again and again” (2 Corinthians 1:9-10 TLB).

Even Jesus was not immune to difficulty and pain.  His step father Joseph died.  His friend Peter denied him, his disciple Judas betrayed him and John was his only disciple at the cross when he died.

 

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In our youth group we created the HKC Habits – the 5 things that if we did them would make us awesome Christians who know God and make Him known, who live it for real 100%.

 

And if someone was to ask me, Claire how do I live for Jesus 100% they would be the 5 things that I would tell them

H Hang out with God

A Attend Youth & Church

B read your Bible

I Invest your life & money

T Tell your story

 

H hang out with God

this is prayer, worship, reading your bible – we need to know God like we know a friend.  God isn’t far far away on a cloud with a big white beard, He is personal and near and close and we can know Him.  I’m telling you that you can talk to God like He is your friend and that God will talk to you and that its all for real.  Sometimes we make it complicated but its not.  Black and white plain as plain you can talk to God and He will talk to you.  Not in a loud BOOM voice but on the inside, it might sound like your thoughts but often comes with that sense of peace or is exactly what you need to hear and encouragers you.

 

A attend church and youth.

Now this one might be a tough one.  Because so many other options come up.  Jobs.  Sports. Friends.  But God calls us to make church and youth a priority because its where we encounter Him and learn about Him and also hang with other people who love Him.  Its important.  There are going to be lots of challenges on this one as you go through life but I can tell you that when the bible says Seek first the kingdom of God and all these other things will be added to you is for real truth.  God always has your back and if you make following Him and knowing Him number 1 He will take care of the rest.  Not saying it will be easy and that unicorns will open doors for you but saying its worth it.

 

B read your bible.

Yup its part of hanging out with God but it has its own thing because it is that important.  The Bible is all about God and who He is and what He is like and what He promises and how He loves and what He does.   It shows us the right way to live.  It helps us keep away from sin.  Now sin isn’t just the mistakes we make it is the intentional selfish things we do that wreck relationships, not just between us and God but between us and our friends and our families and our whoevers.  I want an unwracked life and I want unwracked realionships and I want unwracked relationship between me and God.

 

I invest your life and your life

we are part of a bigger story and a bigger family and God works it so that we collab together to do awesome things and change the world.  But it takes investing your life – while we are here I want to honour some peeps who are investing their lives… stand up all hkc leaders and servers – massive claps – these guys are investing their lives and time and energy so that we all can know God and live His adventure.

 

T tell your story.

Knowing that God is real and loves us and is awesomes isn’t meant to be kept a secret.  The bible says that God has placed eternity in the hearts of all people… which means that at some moment in everyones lives they want to know for real if God is real.  We are the best adveristments of all the good stuff God does because He does it for us.  Have you ever brought something and you just want to tell everyone.  Like I got this amazing toothbrush that just makes my teeth sparkle like the snow on the top of mount Everest or I ate this burger that was like the best burger in the world or check out my new phone it can clean the house and drive the kids to school and erase my freckles and shoot lasers out of its eyes like you must have it now…..!  you get the picture!    You never know when someone is ready to hear about the good news of God’s love and what Jesus has done so we can be set free and forgiven.  Our role is to just tell our story and let God do the rest.

Who here watches youtubers.  We have a few that play regularly at our house… pat and jen… crainer and thea… various minecraft youtubers and every youtuber has this thing they do….

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Here are 4 ways to hit that little bell as a way to remember 4 ways that we can go 100% for God and take it to the next level.

 

Believe that God has it figured out

God sometimes works in weird ways am I right?   This is why reading the bible is so vital, because we read about crazy situations people are in and how God does weird and wonderful things to rescue them or to get them to where they are meant to be in life.

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See yourself

Have you ever looked at a photo of yourself –  perhaps round the corner in our walk through time zone – and all you see is the big zit on your forehead, or the clothes your mother dressed you in (what was she thinking!), or the naff haircut that was all the rage in 1999 (what were you thinking) – or how young you looked only to look in the mirror now and see the wrinkles that weren’t there 20 years ago…

We are our own worst critic.  We see the flaws like the have huge neon signs pointing at them… and I don’t just mean in photos or to do with our faces and fashion choices.

We compare ourselves to other people, especially in this social media age.

We devalue the gifts and talents that God has given us.

Or we are simply unaware because our self vision is blurry and it can be hard to bring ourselves into focus because we’ve been conditioned to compare for so long and there is also that kiwi culture thing of self depreciation and not being a tall poppy.

In Judges 6 we read about how an angel of the Lord appears to Gideon and calls him a mighty warrior, a mighty man of valour.  Gideon literally says who me?

Gideon is sure that God has the wrong guy, that His angelic gps is off.  He lists all the reasons why it oculdnt possibly be him.

Im from the weakest family in the weakest clan.  God, you’re wrong.

But God is never wrong and He sees the gold in who we are.  He sees the potential and He has created you on purpose with a purpose.  God has in fact written into the very fabric of who you are the gifts and talents that He can use to change the world.

2 Cor 4:7 says We are like common clay jars that carry this glorious treasure within, so that the extraordinary overflow of power will be seen as God’s, not ours.

When we see ourselves with supernatural vision, as God sees us, we can step out in confidence because we’re aware and living in that reality that the power and awesome sauce comes from God.

Having supernatural vision of ourselves means we can appraise ourselves with honest eyes – none of us are perfect, but we are loved by One who is.  We all have flaws, but we have a God who forgives and is transforming us day by day, from glory to glory.

We can accept the good, the bad and the ugly because we know how greatly loved we are by God and that we are on a journey of becoming more like Jesus.

Having a wrong view of who we are can so hold us back because we may feel that what we have to offer isn’t enough. We are like that one boys lunch.  We may evaluate ourselves as insignificant but God uses what we bring and surrender to Him.  With God it is more than enough.

We have to accept the flavour of who God has created us to be and run with that.  You are you because God created you to be who you are meant to be.  He wanted one just like you.  You will reach people that only you will reach.  You will communicate the gospel through your words and your life like only you can.  You will serve in unique ways and the world needs the gift that you are.

Confession time… I come across, I think, like a mostly confident person.  But there have been times when insecurity battled within to shut me up and shut me down.  My greatest fear growing up and into my 20s, apart from spiders, was singing in public and dancing in public.  But as many of you saw in our highlights video last week and can look around the corner I ended up in a lead role playing an 8 year old brat, singing and dancing on stage, in the Ultimate Gift.  I had auditioned not to acutally be in the production but to make friends as I had only recently joined the church.  There were many times that I said to peter I cant sing that note and he would tell me yes you can and you will.  There were many times I was shaking on the inside but had to step out and do it anyway.

Even with preaching and leading I often battle the insecurity that I am not enough.  When I was 19 I did a personality test with a group of other youth leaders at my church and they all came out as Cholerics – powerful leaders – or Melencholics – deep thinkers.  And then there was me. Sanguine.  Funny popular.  Light and fluffy.  Again when I was in my late 20s I did a preaching course and everyone in the course were deep and spiritual, or theological and wise sounding and then there was me.    On the outside it looked like I had it together but on the inside I was questioning if what I brought to the table was enough.  God in his graciousness continues to encourage me that my voice is His voice and that everyone needs superhero pop culture references and gun noises from time to time.

Your life is telling a story. There are people who need your brave, courageous steps forward in faith, beyond pain, disappointment, or challenge, coming through with a smile on your face, joy in your heart, and purpose in your step. There are people who need your story of hope, redemption, healing, forgiveness, victory and courage! Your story – your life – it matters.

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