Steve shares what you can do to end a year well and start the best year you have ever had.
Stephen Covey wrote the best seller Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Here are some habits for anyone who wants to be highly ineffective 🙂 Obviously none of us do, but you will find as you explore these five negative qualities on this teaching, you will be inspired to implement qualities that will increase you well-being and influence.
Steve shares the core values and culture that make Bethel Church in Redding, CA, a powerful world-wide influencer.
If we primarily use our words to talk about negative things we are feeling or experiencing, then we will most likely repeat those things. God has called us to “call those things that do not exist as though they did” (Romans 4:17). In this message you will learn how our faith is activated by what we speak.
In life we can either react to circumstances or stand on truth. National elections often stir up reactions based on fear or anger. This message will help anchor you in powerful truths to believe before and after any major election.
How many of us have concluded we cannot do something, or don’t have a gift, because it was difficult to do when we first tried. If something is hard to do in the beginning, it does not mean it cannot be easy for us in the future. At first most new activities are challenging, but like weight lifters, it becomes …
When Jeremiah said, “I am only a youth,” God told him not to say this (Jeremiah 1:6-7). What Jeremiah said revealed a faulty belief that put limitations on his life. We like Jeremiah can say things that are just dumb to say. This teaching will share five of those. You will be taken to another level as you listen.
True difference makers are encouragers. They see people, believe in them, and speak into their lives.
God needs to partner with what we give Him to accomplish His purposes on the earth. In this second message of this three part series, Steve shares from own experience of how God multiplies the seemingly little we give Him.
Steve starts this three part series by giving great insight into what Isaiah 60:1 means when it calls us to “Arise and shine, for your light has come.”