Sermons on Self-Image

Can Jesus Really Satisfy Me? - Asking for a Friend

Can Jesus Really Satisfy Me? – Asking for a Friend pt 3

In this Mother’s Day tag-team sermon, Sue and Shane Schlesman take a fresh look at the encounter of Jesus with the Samaritan woman at the well. In this story, it is revealed just how much Jesus really knows us, our past, our present circumstances, and our future potential. The woman at the well came to realize that Jesus was all she truly needed in life to be fully satisfied. How about you? Let’s ask the question. If you had the…
Good Enough Sermon Joyride pt4

Think You’re Not Good Enough? – Joyride pt4

So, you think you’re not good enough? You’ve messed up too much? Well, it’s true that you cannot behave your way into heaven. But, the flaming wreckage of your past does not mean you are not good enough for God. Watch, be inspired and share as Pastor Jeremy Woltz relates an unbelievable story of something quite bad he did as a teenager and not feeling good enough to live in joy afterwords. Jeremy will explain from Philippians 3 how unconditional…

The Power of A Single Seed

Special guest, bestselling author, and Pastor Mark Batterson, delivers a WEAG 50th Birthday Celebration message on Thu., March 7, 2019. Mark refers to the incredibly small size, yet enormous durability and potential of a single seed, as representative of the breadth of impact God has had over 50 years, around the world, through the ministries and community of WEAG. This video is just Mark’s introduction and sermon. For the entire service, watch this one: https://youtu.be/qDGSwQtJD7s In the entire service video,…

En·rich Your Transformation – Be A New You

It’s a new year. Be a new you! In 90 seconds, you can embark on a journey of lasting transformation.Don’t just make goals, keep them!How? Dr. Dave DeMasters condenses years of counseling and a multi-week life transforming course into 40 minutes that will change your life. Dave will share a proven three-step process for keeping goals that all starts with God and your thinking. So, go ahead, make those new year resolutions. You’ll be empowered to see them through this…
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