2017 Men’s Conference – Forging of Faith: Molding a Man of God

If I were going to pick men to help carry out an enormous promise, would I choose men who were liars, who were willing to deceive those closest to them, and who were self-centered? I think not. However, strangely enough, that’s exactly what God did in the life of Jacob. Even though Jacob stole his brother’s blessing and had a deceitful heart, God called him to be a man of faith. Be encouraged that God uses imperfect people, and be reminded that our mistakes don’t disqualify us from living by faith and being called faithful.
– Jerry Clark

CD

Disc 1
Walking Carefully for the Days Are Evil (Jerry Clark)
Video Testimony (Jim Costulis)
Facing Fears With Faith (Calvin Clark)
Disc 2
A Bad Habit Arises (Tommy Nelson)
Disc 3
Strong Men Cry Out, “Help!!!” (Erinn Watkins)
Video Testimony (Steven Bowles)
What Does It Take to Break a Man? (Drew Anderson)
Disc 4
A Broken Man Arises (Tommy Nelson)
When God Roars! Jacob’s Journey From Fear to Faith (Mike Spencer)
Disc 5
Video Testimony (Josh Sarhan)
To Make an Omelette You Have to Break a Few Eggs: The Path to Maturity in Christ Is Built on Brokenness (Pat Smith)
Pilgrim’s Regress: A Hard Lesson Learned (Tommy Nelson)

 

DVD

Disc 1
Walking Carefully for the Days Are Evil (Jerry Clark)
Video Testimony (Jim Costulis)
Facing Fears With Faith (Calvin Clark)
A Bad Habit Arises (Tommy Nelson)
Disc 2
Strong Men Cry Out, “Help!!!” (Erinn Watkins)
Video Testimony (Steven Bowles)
What Does It Take to Break a Man? (Drew Anderson)
A Broken Man Arises (Tommy Nelson)
Disc 3
When God Roars! Jacob’s Journey From Fear to Faith (Mike Spencer)
Video Testimony (Josh Sarhan)
To Make an Omelette You Have to Break a Few Eggs: The Path to Maturity in Christ Is Built on Brokenness (Pat Smith)
Pilgrim’s Regress: A Hard Lesson Learned (Tommy Nelson)

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