Living in the “and” means choosing faith even with your doubts. “As long as you have faith, you’ll have doubts.”
- We trust Jesus with our doubts.
- Express our doubts.
- Join a small group.
Viviendo en el “Y” significa escoger a la fe aún cuando estés con dudas. “Mientras tengas fe, tendrás dudas.”
- Confiamos en Jesús con nuestras dudas.
- Expresa nuestras dudas.
- Únete a un grupo pequeño.
COMMUNITY Plainfield’s Executive Pastor BT Norman delivers the fifth and final message of our Dangerous Prayers series. Recorded live on Sunday, January 29th. The message concludes with the commissioning of several of COMMUNITY Plainfield’s small groups. For more information visit us online at communitychristian.org
Lord, send me so that I can be a blessing to the world. John Rinehimer delivers the message for Week 5 of “Dangerous Prayers.”
Lord, send me so that I can be a blessing to the world.
Are you willing to be sent? Are you willing to be used by God? Are you willing to follow him as he leads you and go where he calls you to go?
Señor, mándame para que yo pueda ser una bendición para el mundo.
Estás dispuesto a ser mandado? Estás dispuesto a ser usado por Dios? Estás dispuesto a seguirlo mientras te guíe, e irías a donde Él te llame a ir?
Lord, help me have the courage to ask others to pray for me and the commitment to pray for others.
This week we shift from a prayer we pray to God to a request we make of one another: “Pray for me.” This week is about the “Prayer of Intercession.”
Lord, help me have the courage to ask others to pray for me and the commitment to pray for others. Mitchell Shiver delivers the message for Week 4 of “Dangerous Prayers.”
COMMUNITY Plainfield’s Campus Pastor John Ciesniewski delivers the fourth message of our series Dangerous Prayers. Recorded live on Sunday, January 22nd.
COMMUNITY’s Teaching Team Pastor Tammy Melchien delivers the third message of our Dangerous Prayers series at the Plainfield Campus on Sunday, January 15th.
Plainfield Executive Pastor BT Norman delivers the second message in our Dangerous Prayers series based around Psalm 139.
“Lord, search me so that I can know my own heart.”
Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. (Psalm 139:23-24)