6-14-14 “Prone To Wander – Lord I Feel It” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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6-14-14 “Prone To Wander – Lord I Feel It” – Pastor Shane Idleman
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6-14-14 “Prone To Wander – Lord I Feel It” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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6-11-14 “Fathers – Families Would Rather “See” A Sermon” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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We are in desperate need of genuine leadership—broken, humble men—men who are not afraid to admit that they need God; men who are more worried about prayer than about status and recognition; men who petition God rather than position themselves. The state of the family today is disheartening. Men have largely forsaken their God-given role as spiritual leaders in their homes…that, no one can deny.
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5-21-14 “An Urgent Memorial Day Wake-up Call” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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Over the last few decades, Americans have seen the destruction of the institution of marriage between a man and a woman, the removal of God’s Word in several areas, and the aborting of millions of babies. Ironically, many of the men and women who died for our freedoms did not die for what we are becoming today. Many gave their lives in order that we would be “one nation under God,” not above God.
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5-1-14 “Pastor Offers Warning To America On National Day Of Prayer” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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With rapid fire changes within a culture saturated by political correctness and relativism, we are inclined to ask if there is any hope for America. If we continue down this slippery slope, there is little hope. Apart from a national spiritual awakening, it will be difficult to turn the Titanic around—the vessel has been struck; what’s inside is spilling out. But if God brings revival…if we once again set our hearts and minds on Him…there is tremendous hope. Revival means to awaken, restore, renew, or repair. In churches across America, crowd appeal and pleasing the masses tends to be the goal rather than calling out destructive lifestyles, which can result in revival and renewal.
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2-15-14 “On Valentine’s Day: Married, Single, Divorced, or Separated? This Article Offers Hope” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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Those who do not allow hurt to entrap them can turn brokenness into an unbreakable force, but those shackled by past pain are truly imprisoned by it. The walls we build to protect may eventually imprison.
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6-16-2012 “Men. . .We Are In Desperate Need Of Leadership” – Pastor Shane Idleman

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“Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4).

As a child, I was captured by the stories that my grandfather told about life on the farm in Oklahoma in the early 1900s. The images I’ve held are not those of pleasant surroundings and ideal conditions; they are impressions of twelve-hour days spent working the land, dust storms that could devastate a crop, blistered and sunburned skin, and poverty unlike most Americans know today. Life, in general, was harder then, but interestingly enough, character seemed much stronger—it was a time when commitment, integrity, and honesty stood in place of contracts, disclosures, and bylaws. A handshake and a man’s word were generally good enough. I’m not suggesting that we return to that time in history, but that we learn from the past and strongly encourage those same character traits today…
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