REfocus Your Focus: From Moses to the Cross

I had a good time with the Downtown Church of Christ in Searcy yesterday morning.

Have you ever felt as if God has placed a call on your life you simply don’t have the ability to fulfill?

Moses felt that way, but what he learned over time is that fulfilling God’s call on his life wasn’t about his ability – it was about his availability. God is the hero of the Exodus story, and He’s the hero of your story too. Want evidence? Look to the cross.

Don’t ask, “Am I able?” Instead ask, “Am I available?”

You can access this sermon and PowerPoint here:

  • Audio: Wes Woodell – RE:Focus Your Focus (32:00)
  • PowerPoint: Scripture Slides
  • In addition to preaching at Downtown yesterday morning, I also had a great time with the College Avenue Church of Christ in El Dorado, AR, yesterday evening.

    It was a whirlwind of a day, but a good one.

    Fellowship with other believers who believe in and support our mission in San Francisco is always a wonderful thing. 🙂

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    2 thoughts on “REfocus Your Focus: From Moses to the Cross

    1. Lynn Stringfellow says:

      It is always fun to be with other Christians. I am looking forward to next week when I will be with a whole host of fellow Campus Ministers at Harding.

    2. R Plata says:

      I stumbled onto your website today. I’m actually creating this months newsletter for our church and wanted one of the articles to be on refocusing and was looking up images to use. The crazy part… the name of our newsletter is “The Overflow.” Sometimes God reminds us in the simplest ways that we are on the right track.

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