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  1. thank you for this. it will help me a lot in Youth Ministry.

  2. Abraham Junisa March 23, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    Thanks very much.
    I was so blessed by this message, as a youth I learned a lot about God’s purpose.
    Regardless the age, you can still be a youth and make yourself available for God’s purpose. Jesus says in Matthew 28 “go into the world and preach this gospel unto every man and every part.” There was no age limit for those who were willing to go and preach the gospel. Jeremiah was a kid but God used him. So stop saying that it is not time yet.

  3. Edward Kiwanuka July 26, 2016 at 10:15 am

    very good stuff. Eye opening and helpful to ministry to the youth. Edward

  4. prophet zephaniah magnus pongo July 25, 2016 at 8:40 am

    Thank you so much for contributing to christian community.
    I will be very happy to get close to you and minister one day in your church.
    blessed afternoon,

    prophet zephaniah

  5. prophet zephaniah magnus pongo July 22, 2016 at 9:06 am

    dear Postor, thanks for these great vision for teenagers.
    Biblical , revelation show these. we therefore need to understand the Biblical will of God concerning creation to enable our leaders to draw pragmatic policies to enhance the will of God.
    we therefore need God in the world governance system to deal with these challenges.
    World governance reforms is the key. As the prophetic direction of prophet zephaniah brought about a lot of reforms . Prophet JOEL also repeated that.

    thank you pastor Rick.

    prophet zephaniah

  6. TADELE SIRIKA SUKESSA July 20, 2016 at 10:54 pm

    thank you very much for your vissionary teaching on teenage ,this is a very important thing which I need in my congregation ,in the future I will consult you to have teaching materials for these generation because I work on them in my church.
    I thank you in advance for your cooperation.

    yours in Christ

    Tadele Sirika
    From Ethiopia

  7. It a good teaching for our churches to day so clear to teach it

  8. Jeanmarie Kearney July 20, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Pastor Rick: my 14 yr old granddaughter has Cystic Fibrosis and has difficulty accepting that she was not an ” accident of birth”. How do I help her accept her illness without harboring resentment towards God? It is difficult for her to understand that she was created in His image with a genetic disorder that will shorten her life. Thank you for your counsel. A loving grandmother

    • Hi Jeanmarie,
      Clearly, I am not Pastor Rick.. but I would like to try to speak some life into your granddaughter’s situation. She may not realise it, but she is a beacon of hope to those around her. People easily get lost in their own circumstances. Most often, those circumstances are not as big as they think. Your granddaughter is a reminder that if someone with actual problems can have a high quality of life, what are we complaining for? That in itself is ministry when used to direct the focus back to God. She has the ability to spread joy like wildfire. And as for a shorter lifespan, we all dread death. And being left behind when a loved one dies is the worst. I seriously dread the day one of my loved ones will pass. I wish I could say I will handle it well but I doubt I will be so graceful. We need to remember though that this is not home. Your granddaughter has been given a gift; she gets to go home early. A gift that we may not exactly understand. But there is no suffering, no tears, no pain where she will go. It will be far greater than this life could ever be. Your granddaughter was created with high purpose. I don’t know if this was helpful at all. I hope it was able to put things into perspective at least a little bit. I surely don’t have all the answers. But I read your comment and my heart went out to you. Praying for you and your granddaughter.

      • Jeanmarie Kearney July 27, 2016 at 7:06 pm

        Thank you, Christie, for your wisdom and prayers. Yes, I know that Gid has created Emma for a higher purpose than we are able to appreciate with her Cystic Fibrosis. This disease requires that she be physically isolated from others with the disease due to cross contamination of germs and that is why she feels so alone and ostracized. Her time on earth will be fleeting in comparison to eternity with her Heavenly Father in a new body, free from suffering. Our human pain at the loss of a loved one, surely is tempered by that fact. I just pray that she will grow closer in her relationship with Jesus and cling to Him as she tries to find her own special journey. I pray that she will come to believe rhat she is the precious child of the Most High God and that He loves her unconditionally, CF and all! And I pray for my daughter and myself that we would be able to release Emma to the care of the Almighty One, for He loved her first and forever. May the Holy Spirit guide and protect Emma as she comes to a place of acceptance of her illness and allows God to use her to give hope to others. In Jesus’ name I pray.

    • How is your granddaughter doing? My heart goes out to her and you! I work as a hospice volunteer and often have patients who wonder why God has decided to take them from this world; leaving family and friends behind…or not being able to marry and have their own children. When pain and suffering are involved, it adds even more weight to the question of “why?” I, too, don’t have an answer – other than to state the obvious: I’m not God. If we believers say we trust God to do what is best for us in this life, then we have to accept that “best” means our current situation. I truly hope and pray that God’s healing hand will be upon your granddaughter. That he will bring her renewed health and a chance for a long life. But if He should choose elsewise, I pray for your faith to remain strong – that you will continue to be a blessing to your granddaughter and those who love her.

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  10. Katie Garrett July 20, 2016 at 9:52 am

    May be something to share with the youth