Defining Moments

This past weekend was a very special one for me and for our church. Reports are coming in about the night of worship this past Friday and how it made such an impact on many people’s lives. Saturday we celebrated the wedding of Jason and Amy Warren who have been serving on our staff for quite some time now as an associate pastor of Outreach and Evangelism. A defining moment in their lives.

Sunday, we returned to the 2 worship experiences and we began a new series titled “devoted” that I believe really challenged alot of people in the way they live their lives. The highlight was in the 11:00 Experience, just about 10 minutes into my message, I gave the opportunity for people to accept Jesus and 25 people surrendered their lives to Him! Before the meat of the message was ever preached!!! You’ll be able to see that online at http://oasisonline.tv/354879.ihtml. With all that being said, it was one of those weekends that you remember. A defining moment.

Many lives are touched and changed in just one moment. In just 1 hour, at least 25 people who were far from God walked in the doors of Oasis Church and walked out eternally saved and Knowing Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. Defining Moment.

We all have defining moments where the event or events of the moment change us and stick with our memory for a long time. My hope and prayer for you is that you would live your life IN PURPOSE and ON PURPOSE! Make the decision to be “ALL IN” or “devoted” to the will and plan of God in your life and I assure you that you will experience defining moments that will blow you away!

I am so thankful to be a part of such a passionate church at Oasis that are desperate to see lives changed and transformed… Thank you Oasis Church for your faithfulness and your passion! Now say a prayer for me to not have anxiety over my Auburn Tigers tonight in the BCS National Championship Game… Hopefully, a defining moment of Greatness for this team and university!

Have a Great day and WAR EAGLE!

 

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