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Do you need to proclaim favor over your life? Do you need to proclaim union over your family, your home, or your marriage? What about your children?
In Pastor Marcus’ message, “Favor broken, Favor Restored” he uses Zechariah 11 to illustrate how union and favor come into your life when Jesus is not only the teacher in your life, but the Lord of your life.
The enemy wants us to keep our church doors closed, but we are called to go out into a lost and dying world to make a difference.
In “Should a Man Like Me Run Away?,” Pastor Marcus reminds us that we must fend off the spirit of Tobiah. The spirit of intimidation must never be allowed in God’s house.
Are your thoughts set on “never enough” or “more than enough”?
In “Give Careful Thought”, Pastor Marcus Mecum reminds us that we must be careful when we consider generosity so that we don’t fall into the trap of anger or resentment.
Pharaoh is alive and well as the mindset that enslaves you. He is the enemy within you.
In “Plague Your Pharaoh,” Pastor Marcus reminds us that any decision that rejects immediate gratification for long-term growth, health, and integrity will always be opposed by Pharaoh. Learn to plague your flesh so that it doesn’t keep you bound and enslaved.
Are you pressing towards the high mark of the call that God has for your life?
In “Dream Provokers,” Pastor Marcus reminds us that God wants to bring every believer to a place of maturity and maximum impact. God wants to provoke you into a life that isn’t barren and fruitless.
The best way to handle rejection is to understand that people don’t control your dream, God does. When God gives you a dream, you must keep it on a God level.
In “The Gift of a Dream,” Pastor Marcus Mecum reminds us that we will only receive the God dream when we feel stretched, ripped, and torn. We must surrender everything to receive the gift that God has for us.
You need to focus on who is going to war with you. Who you are taking into battle with you can be more dangerous than the enemy that you’re facing.
In “Contagious Mindsets,” Pastor Marcus reminds us that relationships are often like elevators; they either take you up or they are take you down. We aren’t as strong as we could be when we’re yolked to the wrong person.
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