Hear Paul talk about how God’s redemption story is enchanting and how we can evangelize using our stories
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In this talk, Paul talks about the ways we deal with pain, how God uses pain in a Christian's life for His glory, and how Jesus bore our grief on the cross.
References: Jeremiah 2:13, John 16:33, Mark 8:36, Job 1:8-21, Psalm 56:8, Psalm 119:67-71, James 1:2-4, Romans 8:28-32, Genesis 16:13, Luke 22:41-44, 1 Corinthians 1:3-5, Isaiah 53:4, Revelation 21:4-5
In this talk, Paul explains how the Christian should submit to Jesus' rule in their lives.
References: Hebrews 12:14, Colossians 3:6-7, Hebrews 12:1-2, Proverbs 4:23, Matthew 12:34-35, Matthew 13:44, James 2:19, Mark 1:15, Judges 21:25, 1 Samuel 8:4-7, Matthew 2:1-2, Matthew 27:37, 1 Timothy 6:15-16, John 10:10, Psalm 116:12-13
What is God's countenance toward you? How does your sin show itself? Independence? Slavery? Adultery? In this talk, Paul outlines the depth of our sin and our need for the Lamb's sacrifice.
References: Exodus 12:21-28, Genesis 3:21, Romans 3:23, Jeremiah 2:13, Romans 10:2-3, Hebrews 10:1-4, John 1:29, Isaiah 53:7-8, John 19:30, 2 Corinthians 5:21, Romans 5:8, Revelation 7:15-17.
In this talk, Paul introduces the theme for the 2016 Summer Training Project: Revealed.
References: 2 Corinthians 4:17-18, 2 Kings 6:15-17, Exodus 3:11-14, 1 Timothy 1:15, Psalm 19:12, John 3:10-21 Jeremiah 9:23-24, Hebrews 1:3
In this leaders training Paul Poteat talks about leadership and three points that leadership breaks down into. Paul explores Numbers 16 and shares about Moses and the Israelites and how Moses' leadership was challenged, and moves the lessons learned in that passage and applying them to the lives of the STP leaders.
Paul Poteat talks about how to live joyfully in the midst of a broken world. He relates trials of his own life and how he has seen God’s grace to him in the midst of sorrow.
In this RET session, Paul Poteat encourages us to make the most out of our time and our resources in order to avoid spiritual amnesia. STP is not a mountaintop that you climb and then coast down for the rest of the year until next summer. Instead it is a continual fight to battle our compulsion to forget the impact of the gospel on our lives.