Although he generally hates talking about himself or his past, Terry Wilcox humbly and transparently shares the amazing journey of his life with Jesus. Terry explains the decisions that set the course for his life–accepting Jesus, surrendering his life to the Holy Spirit and telling God he would embrace any opportunity God provided to talk about Him–and he reveals the incredible adventures that were in God’s plan for a “farm boy from Western Pennsylvania who barely got through college”. Terry also shares the conclusions of a life lived fully with Jesus–God is faithful and His grace is sufficient.
The 2018 New Canaan Society New England Regional Retreat was held November 2-3 at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock, MA. The theme was “Community Changes Everything”. This is Doug Goulding’s “Keepin’ It Real” testimony shared on Saturday morning. Doug was introduced by his brudder Paul Michalski.
Coach Nava shares the supernatural journey that took him from being a fitness coach to becoming a Kingdom coach. Don explores Biblical truth about evil and describes the extraordinary power of the Holy Spirit that lives within those who have committed their lives to Jesus. He also explains the debilitating impact of childhood wounds and how we can find freedom from those wounds.
On the eve of the release of his new book The New Copernicans: Millennials and the Survival of the Church, John Seel shares the amazing story of how he came to study Millennials, the courageous story of how he learned about Millennials and the inspiring story of how the book became a reality. Most importantly, however, he shares what he came to learn about Millennials, particularly how misunderstood they are by Boomers. While Dr. Seel believes that Millennials hold the key to the life of the church, he is also convinced that the “frame” through which Millennials view the world has the potential to bring the rest of us closer to the way of Jesus.
His book may be purchased from Amazon at this LINK
With great vulnerability and rawness, Rob Brinkman shares the extreme sifting and pruning God had to undertake (including a Federal prison sentence) to destroy his silos of pride and arrogance and start him on the journey toward humility–and how his prison ordeal actually prepared him spiritually to handle the loss of his 12 year-old daughter to cancer a few years later. Brinkman also explains how a man’s lack of humility can prevent his marriage from flourishing. This is a message for all men.