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|Getting At The Root Of The Problem||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
The root issues of our day are trust issues, not only at the national level, but in our personal lives, marriages, families and churches. Discover the importance of trust in our relationships with each other and within the church. This is the first message in this series.
|Trust - The Acid Test Of Saving Faith||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
There are waves of trust. Trust has a way of traveling out from its initial source; like when a rock hits the pond the ripples in the water travel outward. Trust must first begin within ourselves, then in our relationships and out toward the church. This is the second message in this series.
|The Aquifer Of Integrity||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
To be trustworthy you must have integrity, not just in your relationships, but also within yourself. You must be able to trust yourself, know your limits, and live within them. The aquifer of integrity flows from you heart. This is the third message in this series.
|Intent||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
Trust is rooted in the heart of our intentions. What are the motives of your heart? In our relationships, trust is required to forge a lasting bond. Those bonds are tested throughout life, but they will weather any storm if our intentions – our motives – line up with the heart of God. This is the fourth message in this series.
|The Track Record Of Trust||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
Every day you live you are building, adding, or subtracting from your credit history in trustworthiness. Every day you are depositing or withdrawing from your trust account. Today counts. What we do today echoes in eternity. This is the fifth message in this series.
|Behaving Our Way Out Of Problems||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
We can’t talk our way out of a problem we’ve behaved our way into. We have a responsibility as the Body of Christ to hear the truth, to speak the truth, and to live it out. If we’re going to make a difference in our city and in our nation, we have to recognize that trust has to be earned. This is the sixth message in this series.
|Breaking The Curse Of Irresponsibility||Pastor Ray McCollum||Growing At The Speed Of Trust||
The secret of man is the secret of his responsibility - man’s ability to respond. How do we respond to the trust that God has placed in us? Growth in God is measured in responsibility. When we read the account of man’s creation and his fall, we discover that the curse God pronounced at man’s fall did not stem his sin, but from the failure of man to take responsibility for the sin. This is the seventh and final message in this series.