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Crisis Management: Identity

10/06/13

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Crisis Management

Category: Christian Living

Summary: When you think about yourself, what kind of thoughts do you have? How you perceive yourself will have a lot to do with the person you become. The Scriptures teach that if you are a believer in Christ, you are special; you are God’s child. There are things true about you that you not only need to know, you need to allow your thoughts and actions to be conditioned and shaped by them. The writer of Proverbs says, “As a man thinketh within himself, so is he.” We need to think rightly about ourselves as a child of God and all that means about our identity as a person.

Crisis Management: Expectations

10/02/13

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Crisis Management

Category: Christian Living

Summary: Expectations can be deadly! This is especially true in two areas: unrealistic expectations and unmet expectations. This message suggests a framework for managing expectations and focuses the attention on placing our hope in God, not in worldly possessions, accomplishments, other people or ourselves.

Crisis Management: Busyness

09/22/13

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Crisis Management

Category: Christian Living

Summary: Life is busy, wouldn’t you agree? We seem to be more busy, more hurried, and consequently more stressed. There are three questions addressed in this message: 1) How did we get here? 2) How does it affect us? and 3) How do we get out of here? We are called to live purposeful lives, full lives, but not frantic lives. Changes might be in order.

Regrets

09/15/13

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Crisis Management

Category: Christian Living

Summary: Regrets - we all have them. But do we manage them or do they manage us? The Apostle Peter is a classic case study of one who dealt with the crushing weight of regret. From his example, we can learn some important steps to take in dealing with regrets in our lives.