A Christian response to the George Zimmerman verdict

Pastor Jeff Dixon takes some moments in celebration worship to talk about the “real Christian” response to the George Zimmerman verdict. CCC Ministries is located in Sanford and his thoughts force us to look at not only the verdict, our culture, and ourselves. As Jeff shares, you will hear him say that this is the conversation/discussion that should be happening in churches…but he fears it is not. Recorded the morning following the verdict, these thoughts are fresh, Biblical, and challenging. As you watch this fifteen minute challenge, you also get to hear the five minute prayer at the conclusion as Jeff prays for the community.

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If they are wayward and living a life not pleasing to God…how can I help them in a way that honors God?

It is the million dollar question, how do I love and deal with a prodigal child or family member and really help them but not enable them?

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Who Was the Naked Guy In the Garden of Gethsemane?

Just about the time Jesus was finished healing the ear of the servant of the high priest named Malchus, the Gospel of Mark tells us a naked young man was found in the Garden of Gethsemane. Mark 15:51,52 says, “And there followed him a certain young man, having a linen cloth cast about his naked body; and the young men laid hold on him: and he left the linen cloth, and fled from them naked.” Who was this young man? Why was he following Jesus? Why was he naked? Why was he draped in a linen cloth instead of wearing normal clothes? And why was the Holy Spirit so careful to include this unique story in Mark’s account of the Gospel? What is the significance of this event?

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Church is full of whackos and I don’t want to go!

Hey Jeff! I am having an argument with someone close to me. Here is the argument, “I think going to church is important and my friend says that church is full of whackos and not necessary for Christians?”

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How could Pharaoh be responsible for his sin if God was the one that hardened his heart?

How could Pharaoh be responsible for his sin if God was the one that hardened his heart?

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