The votes have been counted. The results are in. The most historic and significant election in memory is over. No matter which side of the ballot we were on, though, we have a responsibility to move forward. But that’s often easier said than done.
In this message, Pastor Ed Young looks at the election and balances out the results with our responsibility. Because the truth is, God’s purpose and plan go far beyond any one election. Together, let’s discover what God has called us to do now that the election is over as we answer the question, “We’ve picked a President, now what?”
As the nightly ticker runs along the bottom of our television screens, our minds are inundated with towering questions. What does the future look like for our nation? What is our role in the upcoming election? Which candidate should we support? What is God’s mandate when it comes to government? We may even wonder who Jesus would vote for.
In this timely and powerful message, Ed Young looks at the uncertainty we all face when it comes to the balance of faith and politics. As he sifts through the political rhetoric and reveals our responsibility, he gets to the truth behind — or above — it all. And in the end, we discover just how to pick a president.
“He will remember your sins no more.” It’s one of the most potent promises in the Bible. Yet these powerful words often cause us difficulty, because we can’t understand how God could do that. But in this special message commemorating the Lord’s Supper, Ed Young challenges us with what we should remember and what we should forget. And for those of us who are Christ followers, he reminds us that God is saying, “Forget about it.”
For 26 years, Fellowship Church has taken the message of hope and purpose in Christ far beyond the walls of any one location. That focus has led us to reach out to people anywhere and everywhere, including some Texas area prisons.
In this special message, Pastor Ed Young highlights one of those campuses. And as we discover what God is doing through “God Behind Bars,” we discover what can lead to a life of freedom for us all!
Fishing is an adventure on the water. There are winds and waves to face, high tides and low tides to navigate. But through it all, fishermen have some key characteristics that help them stand up and stand out.
Life, like fishing, is an adventure as well. In this message, Pastor Ed Young looks at some what makes fishermen successful and shows us how God wants us to apply those same traits to our lives. Because when we are what fishermen are, we’re sure to make the most of the voyage!
The ocean of our existence teems with trials and temptations. Yet, in the midst of that truth, there are lessons God has in store for us that help us navigate the tumultuous waters.
In this message, Ed Young looks at some powerful and inspiring words in the New Testament book of James, and helps us discover how temptation can actually help us cruise through life with confidence!
God wants us to swim with confidence through life and experience the freedom of life lived His way. But we all know that life doesn’t happen without encountering some hidden traps along the way.
In this message, Pastor Ed Young takes us out to the open water and reveals God’s truth about the one thing we all face. By exposing our enemy’s tactics, Ed helps us learn exactly what we need to do and where we need to turn in order to avoid being reeled in by temptation.
Thankfully, the world we live in isn’t just black and white. God has given us all a colorful and vibrant existence. Colors are a crucial part of what we experience, and they remind us of the vitality life can have both here and forever.
In this message, Pastor Ed Young breaks down some of the most prominent and powerful shades of the color pallet, and he shows us how they relate to the greatest story ever told – the gospel of Jesus Christ. This message will challenge everyone to take the next step into a vibrant and exciting life that focuses on God and his purpose for us!
Fishermen are known for the stories they tell about their adventures. After every fishing trip, they recount their experience and talk about the “big one” they caught, or perhaps the one that got away. The stories are all part of remembering what happened.
In this message, Pastor Ed Young takes us back to one of the greatest fishing stories ever told. In the retelling of this adventure, we discover that when we follow Jesus with all we are, our lives – like an amazing fishing adventure – can be a fishing trip to remember.
Life is full of ups and downs. Oftentimes, we find ourselves dizzy, not knowing which way to turn. But in the midst of everything we face, there is a powerful reality we all need to know.
In this special message, Pastor Ed Young reminds us that no matter how many ups and downs we face in life, God is in control. And when we hand everything over to him, we realize the amazing adventure life is meant to be!
The back-and-forth life is one everyone is familiar with. In our world, it is easy to fall into the double-minded mentality. But to get the most out of life, we have to follow God’s plan of living the single-minded life.
In this message, Pastor Ed Young takes a look at the life of Elijah and shows us how easy it can be to fall into the victim mentality of double-mindedness. But we also discover what it takes to get back to being a victor!
Life is full of decisions. Some of those decisions are small, others are big. Yet so often, we waver between two sides, afraid to commit to one or the other. In essence, too many people are living on the fence. But life on the fence is no life at all, and it certainly is not the life God has in store for us. The best way to get the most out of life is to commit, and to commit to the right things. So in this message, Pastor Ed Young shows us the dangers of living on the fence and he unpacks the amazing benefits of finally committing to God!
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