2017 | God wants to begin - and then continue- a work of renovation in you.
Grab your tool belt for physical renovation. For spiritual renovation, turn to God. Popular author and pastor Jacob Armstrong explores how Nehemiah understood the difference.
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God wants to begin - and then continue- a work of renovation in you.
In Session 1, Never Too Late for a Renovation, Armstrong uses passages from the epistles to introduce us to the metaphor of ourselves as spiritual houses. He su...
In Session 2, Crying and Building, we learn that even though Nehemiah was living in exile, he held a respected and valued position as the king's cupbearer.
In Session 3, What to Know Before You Build, we discover how Nehemiah engaged in a reconnaissance mission in the dead of night without communicating his intenti...
In Session 4, When Others Don't Like Your Plans, we learn that in stepping out to submit to God's renovating hand we will encounter those who try to give lie to...
In Session 5, Inviting Others to Come Home, we confront the good news that our own renovation might set in motion an impact on others that we had not imagined p...
In Session 6, The Big Reveal, we discover that the people of Israel responded to rebuilding the wall and their homes in a counterintuitive way.