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Citizen of the Kingdom part 5

Pastor Dave Katsma
Saturday November 5th 2016

A breath of life in a cutlure of dry bones is the title to this message in our series of Kingdom Living - Characteristics of a Citizen.  Realizing that the Holy Spirit is still working in our life and in our culture today is something to hold onto and it gives hope.

Other Episodes from the series    (About this series)
Nov 5th, 2016
Citizen of the Kingdom part 5
Oct 23rd, 2016
Citizen of the Kingdom part 4
Oct 16th, 2016
citizen of the kingdom part 3
Oct 9th, 2016
Citizen of the Kingdom part 2
Sep 25th, 2016
Kingdom Living Part 4
Sep 20th, 2016
Kingdom Living part 3
Sep 11th, 2016
Kingdom Living Part 2
Sep 4th, 2016
Kingdom Living Part 1
Previous Series

Of Gods and Men
Out of the Box
The Invite
Lent Series
3D Christmas
Unshakable Hope
You are Loved
Sacred Selfie
Surprise Visits
A Heart for God
Beyond Easter
Kingdom Living


My Prayer:

It is my prayer that you will find MarshView to be a place where you can be encouraged in the faith, be challenged to grow deeper in your relationship with God, no matter your starting place; and that you find hope for your life in the words and message of Jesus Christ.  Christianity is more than just a religious tradition and faith is more than wishful thinking.
Christianity is a meaningful, life changing relationship with God through Christ where people find hope, healing and wholeness in life.  Faith is living confidently because of Christ no matter what our trial – past or present.  MarshView Ministries is more than just a church, it is a place of connecting with God and others in a meaningful way where you can experience His love.
I invite you to listen to the messages (links will be up soon) and to read my blog on the blog page. For now you can watch a short video that I was asked to do by one of our sister churches in Brookfield, WI. 
Thanks for visiting this page and may you be encouraged and strengthened in you faith walk.