May 7, 2012
Posted in Audio, Church, Community, Culture, Discipleship, Evangelism, Featured, God, Gospel, Mentorship, Preaching, Scripture, Teaching
If you have heard the term “generational curse” it is a concept that means that there is a certain sin pattern in a persons family and it is only a matter of time before the next generation commits the same sins as the past generation did. Divorces, infidelity, abuses, bad financial stewardship, drug-use, and single parent homes are a few of the situations that are credited with being generational curses.
Pastor Blake Wilson teaches from Ezekiel 18:1-23 about generational curses versus observational realities. Are certain sins prevalent in your family because of generation curses or the fact that children imitate what their parents showed them and have a lack of scriptural clarity in those areas? Read more
Pastor Blake Wilson moderates a panel of speakers in reference to planting churches in the urban context.
As the 3rd keynote speaker at the 2011 Thriving Summit. Dr. Carl Ellis speaks about how to disciple young men in the urban context with the truth of the Gospel.
As the second keynote speaker of the 2011 Thrive Summit Dr. Villafane speaks about reaching those that are subject to the “second city” (second hand education, second hand job, etc). He touches of the fact that a Christocentric view of the Gospel is needed to reach the urban context.