Feel like you’ve failed God? Wonder how you’re supposed to serve in the Kingdom?
In this month’s message we take a look at John 21:1-19 to see how Jesus helps Peter overcome his failure as a disciple and consider what God wants from each of us as we strive to become the person God has planned.
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Called to Forgive Called to Serve
No Fear In Love
The Dirty Little Penny
The Hardest Commandment
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