Tuesday Question Of The Week

Posted: October 1, 2008 in change, church, Tuesday's Question of the Week

I have watched it on youtube least 50 times. The first time was moving, the second time I noticed some things I missed the first time and so on. So when my production team talked about the Cardboard Testimony video and possibly using it in one of our services, I wasn’t sure it would work. We talked around it for several minutes. We discussed several ways to keep it fresh and unique to our congregation. Once we landed on an idea we sold out to it. I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. I hoped it would be a good thing for our people and really felt it would have some amount of success. But what we experienced Sunday far surpassed anything I could have ever imagined. What we witnessed was one of the most powerful events in the 100 year history of our congregation. God showed up in a way that had our church completely in awe of His saving grace and power.

It happened because people were courageous enough to bear their souls to their church family. It is truly amazing when we see God’s power change someone from the inside out. This leads me to my question of the week:

In a few simple words, how has God changed you?

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Comments
  1. Steve says:

    I just had to add too that after watching the entire video of the FCC service, guess what song I had looping on my iPod on my Monday morning run over and over again?! Hint … it’s something by Michael W. Smith!

  2. Anonymous says:

    God has changed me by reviving me from the dead. The Holy Spirit enabled me to trust in Christ and I was given His righteousness. His perfect life has been imputed to me and I now I am alive and will live with Him forever.

  3. Ap says:

    Similar to Tonya and Becky's testimonies: Troubled teen – Devoted mom & minister's wife. God has been so good to me, and placed me right where I needed to be to find healing, love, and acceptance. You are a big part in that. Love you Tim!

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