In today’s church, real love is often absent and offense, bitterness and dishonor run rampant. You’ve probably heard people say things like:
• You’d better walk in love!
• You need to accept me for who I am and where I’m at!
• Don’t judge me!
• Who are you to tell me anyway?!
Members are offended at the pastor, leadership team and other members. Furthermore, the pastor is intimidated by the leadership staff and congregation- reluctant to confront any negative behavior and habits. Is there a solution?
In this message, Honoring Church Leadership, Paztuh Mike Wuebbles tackles some tough questions and issues with scriptural backing and examples from his own life:
• What does it mean to truly walk in love?
• Do you have a right to be offended?
• How is correction relevant for today’s church?
Good sense makes one slow to anger, and it is his glory to overlook an offense.
Proverbs 19:11 ESV
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Paztuh Mike Wuebbles brought the Word. He spoke on the importance of stepping out into what God has called you to do, even if it seems impossible. Not everything in your life is ever going to be “just right” when it comes to going after your purpose. It’s the daily steps and diligent focus that really counts. You cannot expect to do the great things if you will not do the small things. Amidst the laughs, shouts, and complete silences, Paztuh Mike message made everyone stop and think about their purpose in life and why they may have never fully stepped out in faith. Following God and pursuing your destiny will not always be easy, but it will always be worth it in the end.
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Founded in Saint Louis, Missouri, our mission is to empower and inspire people by bringing wholeness, change and a peace of mind through various community outreaches, events and programs. Men Standing Positive wants to connect with churches, such as yourself, who desire to impact the streets and make a lasting difference. As the video stated, we are currently active in low-income neighborhoods and churches across South City St. Louis, North City St. Louis and East St. Louis, Illinois.
Of all church donations will go directly to support our case managementsystem.Men Standing Positive is a fully certified 501(c)3 organization; any donation amount is fully tax-deductible. We regularly send updates by way of email, mail and social media so your church can see where their donation is going. Plus, your church name, address and phone number will be listed on our website and/or blog under the Urban Missions Partner section. If you would like to become an Urban Missions Partner, please email firstname.lastname@example.org call314-888-5407to setup a meeting with MSP’s Founder Paztuh Mike Wuebbles. If you are not local, we can set up a conference call. Last but not least, if you wish to remain anonymous and still donate, please(CLICK HERE) to give online. Every amount is valuable to us- whether it’s $50, $100, $200 or more per month. Thank you for your time and consideration! We hope to hear from you soon!
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Starting in 2014- Men Standing Positive began working alongside Principal Coleman and the students at Dunbar Elementary. MSP Fun Fest is not just your average free event with live music, food and a bounce house. It’s an event designed to reach the students with a positive message through music. So not only do they have a great time but they leave having learned why they need to remain in school, why they need to respect authority and so much more. The students also hear that they are the agents of change to reach their local community and it all starts now- even while they are in elementary school.
Many people consider the topic of evangelism to only apply to pastors and a skill only mastered by religious schooling and formal training. Both of these viewpoints are not accurate- the Bible clearly gives countless examples of men and women who effectively evangelized many people and led them to Christ. These individuals were not pastors, trained in school nor did they hold degrees- they were everyday people just like you and I. Their lifestyles spoke of Jesus- in words and actions. Multitudes saw the authenticity and love that filled their daily lives. Every Christian is called to evangelize and it’s not intimidating or difficult as one might think.
Please just Men Standing Positive Saturday October 28th for the 2017 MSP Effective Evangelism Conference from 3pm to 6pm at Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in East St. Louis, Illinois. Paztuh Mike Wuebbles will be bringing a candid message with practical instruction on how to reach those you meet who don’t know Christ. Watch below for further details. Invite your friends and RSVP today! For more info, please call 314-690-3077 or email email@example.com.