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The Power of Your Words

Words are some of the most powerful weapons that you possess. You can help someone with your words,

January 2, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

Words are some of the most powerful weapons that you possess. You can help someone with your words, and you can easily hurt someone with them. What you say has powerful implications–the words you speak define the direction your life travels. In this teaching, Dr. Lantz provides biblical principles to help us understand the power of our words and encourages us to use our words to glorify God and be a blessing to others. Life on Purpose is a teaching series from Dr. Mark Lantz who, along with his wife Crystal, are the lead pastors of Christian Center Church in South Bend, Indiana. Dr. Lantz’s teaching series is designed to take practical and relevant truths from the Word of God and empower us to live the life we were designed to live.

How to Avoid an Identity Crisis

Life is full of changes, that is natural. But what happens when those changes become an end in and o • February 15, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

Life is full of changes, that is natural. But what happens when those changes become an end in and of themselves? What happens when we use change as an excuse for not finding who we truly are? Many of us are flitting from job to job or from relationship to relationship. We are in the midst of an identity crisis, and we are seeking some sort of identity outside ourselves that will bring us satisfaction. In this lesson, Dr. Mark Lantz takes Scriptural principles from throughout the New Testament to help you discover exactly what your identity is in Christ and how you can quit seeking something outside yourself and find everything you need in Christ Who is within you right now. Life on Purpose is a teaching series from Dr. Mark Lantz who, along with his wife Crystal, are the lead pastors of Christian Center Church in South Bend, Indiana. Dr. Lantz’s teaching series is designed to take practical and relevant truths from the Word of God and empower us to live the life we were designed to live.