Pride is the most destructive thing in our universe. A Hero can be selfish and proud but a Hero Maker is selfless and humble. Pride can creep into our lives in many unseen ways. This sermon looks at the ways in which we can struggle with pride and how to defeat selfishness in our lives.
The people who believe in us are the people who influence us the most. A Hero Maker could be summed up simply in that they are a person who believes and encourages us. Here are some practical ways to be encouraged and to be an encourager in the lives of others!
The role and impact of a father on a family has been researched and investigated extensively. Simply put, how the father goes and leads is how the family goes. This sermon is directed toward men on Father’s Day and gives practical insights as to how fathers can best lead their homes!
Research states that we will become the average of our FIVE closest friends. Friends influence EVERY aspect of our lives. It’s important that we choose friends carefully and that we ARE a friend too. Here’s a practical and important message concerning how to be a Hero Maker in the life of someone. Simply, be a good friend!
Everything depends upon a Hero while a Hero Maker raises and encourages others. A Hero can be selfish while a Hero Maker is selfless. Hero Makers don’t criticize others when they fail but they encourage and uplift them to get better and to try again. In this message we look at how Barnabas…