In this message on Integrity and Commitment, Pastor Gary illustrates what it is to be known as people who keep their words and promises, and mean what they say and say what they mean.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get promotions while others don’t? Sometimes it does not even matter if they deserve it or not, or are people persons or not. In this message, Pastor Gary answers that question and so much more.
This message is a continuation of the series on Nehemiah called “The Walls” and is based on Neh 5:14-Neh 6:1
For the past few weeks, we have been doing a series on the life of Nehemiah called “The Walls”, where we have been looking at how to discover and pursue your passions, how to use those passions to fulfill your life’s purpose, and how to overcome life’s obstacles through persistence.
In this week’s message, Pastor Terrence Mullings, continues the series by discussing how to have peace and how to stay on track when distractions, disappointments, and discouragement comes along your pathway.
Each of us are born with natural passions. Our passion should lead to a “vision” of what we want to do with our passions. Our vision should include a roadmap of how to get from where we are today to where our vision is leading us.
Using the story of Nehemiah in Nehemiah 2:1-11, Pastor Gary talks about how to develop a personal vision for your life, and how to live your life on “mission” to accomplish it.
This messages represents the 3rd message in the series, The Walls, where we are looking at lessons from the life of Nehemiah.
Each of us is born with a passion to do something, or a burden for something. Living out that passion gives a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. The problem, however, is that many people never live it out, and many of those live their life without discovering their passion.
Using the story of Nehemiah in Nehemiah 2:1-11, Pastor Gary talks about how to discover and live out your passions.
This messages represents the 2nd message in the series, The Walls, where we are looking at lessons from the life of Nehemiah.