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Pathfinder Church | December 5, 2021 | Doug MaussThe wilderness is a place of unpredictability. Most of us would rather deal with the devil we know than risk the possibility of a future that’s unknown! But during times of testing or difficulty,
Pathfinder Church | November 28, 2021 | Dion Garrett“The holidays” are here. We now know—perhaps more than ever—that you have to seize and savor moments when your family can be together, when there’s an abundance of food to share, and times are
Pathfinder Church | November 21, 2021 | Doug MaussPeter was the most well-known of Jesus’ disciples—he was the first to publicly proclaim the Gospel on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2), and the first to take the Gospel to the Gentiles (Acts 10). B
Pathfinder Church | November 14, 2021 | Dion GarrettSolomon was famously blessed by God to be a wise, powerful, and wealthy king. Yet in his pursuit to expand his power and wealth (he became the richest man in history), he lost sight of the wis
Pathfinder Church | November 7, 2021 | Doug MaussDavid’s ancestry is so important that one of Jesus Christ’s most commonly used titles was the “Son of David.” And yet in David’s own family, he passively tolerated and enabled severe dysfunction
Pathfinder Church | October 31, 2021 | Dion GarrettDavid is mostly known as being “a man after God’s own heart” (1 Sam. 13:14). He was a faithful and conquering king of God’s people. Yet for most of his life, David used violence and murder as h
Pathfinder Church | October 24, 2021 | Dion GarrettWebsite | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | https://pathfinderstl.org/givePodcasts | https://pathfinderstl.org/podcastsFacebook | https://facebook.com/pathfinderstlInstagram |  https://i
Pathfinder Church | October 17, 2021 | Doug MaussSamson is known for his Spirit-filled, superhuman strength. He killed more Philistines with his final action than most generals did in a lifetime! And yet throughout his life, Samson was led by h
Pathfinder Church | October 10, 2021 | Doug MaussMoses wrote the first five books of the Bible, led God’s people for decades, and even came down from heaven to visit Jesus on earth (Matt. 17:3). Yet Moses was routinely angered by the “stiff-nec
Pathfinder Church | October 3, 2021 | Dion GarrettJacob is revered as a patriarch—a father of God’s people, who were labelled based on Jacob’s own nickname, Israel (Gen. 32:28). But Jacob was always scheming to get the things he wanted—land, a
Pathfinder Church | September 26, 2021 | Dion GarrettSarah’s name means “princess,” and she is honored for her faith in trusting God to give her a baby in her old age (Heb. 11:11). Her son Isaac was proof of God’s promise, and an ancestor of Go
Pathfinder Church | September 19, 2021 | Doug MaussAbraham is known in children’s songs as “Father Abraham,” because Christians are his descendants in “faith” (Gen. 15:6). In spite of God’s repeated promises, Abraham routinely tried to take mat
Pathfinder Church | September 12, 2021 | Doug MaussWhen you stop and think about all that God has done for us, how do we respond? Is gratitude enough, or does God require more?
Pathfinder Church | September 5, 2021 | Dion GarrettMost of us seek to control our lives because we have no idea how to do life any other way. If we’re not in charge, who is? But learning to take direction from God is a better way to live. Webs
Pathfinder Church | August 29, 2021 | Dion Garrett“Everything is different now.” Does that feel like something to lament or to celebrate? The way you answer will help determine what the world eventually will become.Website | https://pathfinders
Pathfinder Church | August 22, 2021 | Doug MaussToo often we focus on how great the needs of this world are and how little we have to offer. But that’s only true when we view our contributions in isolation. When we come together to build up eac
Pathfinder Church | August 15, 2021 | Dion GarrettLife has been interrupted for all of us. It’s okay to have taken a pause, but life can’t be lived on pause forever. It’s now time to return.Website | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | htt
Pathfinder Church | August 8, 2021 | Dion GarrettLeaders don’t keep people guessing. They help the people entrusted to them understand their expectations.Website | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | https://pathfinderstl.org/givePodcasts
Pathfinder Church | August 1, 2021 | Doug MaussGreat leaders spend time getting to know themselves. And they never stop.Website | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | https://pathfinderstl.org/givePodcasts | https://pathfinderstl.org/podcas
Pathfinder Church | July 25, 2021 | Doug MaussJesus is Lord of all, yet he came to serve. That can be puzzling to our modern-day, success-driven culture. Website | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | https://pathfinderstl.org/givePodcasts
Pathfinder Church | July 18, 2021 | Dion GarrettJesus knew everything, yet he asked people questions!Website | https://pathfinderstl.orgOnline Giving | https://pathfinderstl.org/givePodcasts | https://pathfinderstl.org/podcastsFacebook | https:
Pathfinder Church | July 11, 2021 | Dion GarrettHorses were made to run, trees to grow tall, stars to shine, and you to serve others. A preoccupation with self is not simply a moral issue eating away at the fabric of society; it’s a sin against
Pathfinder Church | June 27, 2021 | Dion GarrettScarcity tells us there’s not enough for us, let alone enough to share. But God’s call on us is to see a world so abundant that we are glad to share whatever we have with others, knowing that the
Pathfinder Church | June 20, 2021 | Doug MaussLongstanding advice says it’s impolite to bring up religion or politics in mixed company. While that’s hard to argue with, God calls us to have spiritual conversations everywhere we go! Being on a L
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