1. Old Things are Passed Away. All Things are Become New.


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    Sunday, January 4, 2015 Jim Thomas

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    • Genesis Series Promo


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      A Genesis series promotional video for Newberg Foursquare Church.

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      • CORECONF15: TEASER TRAILER (April 10-11,2015)


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        CORE CONF is a jr.high/high school aged FREE student conference hosted by Grandview Church in Quincy,IL on April 10-11,2015 ! It’s a two day conference where students from all across the region come together in one place - in one accord to hang, to grow, to laugh, to have fun & be equipped to have a greater stance & reach in their schools, friendship circles, sporting groups & life as they know it with the message of Jesus Christ. For any questions go to CORECONF15.com

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        • God Loves You VI- His Love Is Transferrable


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          Pastor Cameron Martin concludes his series at Radiant Church, the Newport, Oregon Foursquare Church. We can love others with the love we have received. God pours out His love on us and expects we will not simply praise Him, or express our love to Him in words, but we will give it away. When we give others the love He has given us, He receives His own love back and everyone benefits. God love us… ALL OF US, and He does it through us because His love is transferrable.

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          • Hugh Halter Speaker Preview


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            • The Valley of Dry Bones - Ezekiel 37:1-14 - Pastor Scott Lemmon


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              This weekend Pastor Scott Lemmon gave us The Valley of Dry Bones - Ezekiel 37:1-14

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              • Christmas Eve 2014


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                Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Christmas Eve Services

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                • DEDICATE - A Call to Fasting and Prayer for 2015


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                  As we step into 2015 we feel led to initiate a specific time of prayer and fasting for 21 days. We call this time of prayer and fasting “Dedicate.” We are setting apart the first weeks of 2015 to seek the Lord for ourselves, families, church, and city. Our expectation is that God will speak to us and move powerfully in our life during and after this specific time of prayer and fasting. We envision this fast much like a seed being planted into the ground of our lives that God will water and cause to grow as 2015 unfolds. If you feel compelled to participate with us then we encourage you to prepare your heart for how God will use this in your life. You may have some questions about fasting so please read through the rest of this flyer for some of our thoughts and suggestions. WHAT IS A FAST? Fasting is when someone or a group of people abstain from food (fully or partially) for a specific period of time in order to seek God through prayer. Many people in the Bible practiced fasting as a spiritual discipline or in response to something specific. In the Old Testament, Israel was required by God to fast collectively at least once a year on the Day of Atonement as well as other occasions. In the New Testament we have records of the early church fasting and praying together for specific reasons and reliable church history tells us that the early church practiced fasting twice a week, usually on Wednesday and Friday. WHY DO WE FAST? Knowing what a fast is doesn’t necessarily mean we understand its purpose. We can find many good Scriptural reasons for fasting and below you will find a short list of some of these reasons. It’s important to remember that we not only fast and pray for ourselves, but also for those around us. 1. To humble ourselves to God (repentance) - Psalm 35:13, 1 Samuel 7:6, Ezra 9 2. To come closer to God - James 4:8 3. To understand God’s word (revelation) - Ephesians 1:17-22 4. To know God’s will or direction - Acts 13:1-2 5. To seek healing/deliverance - Isaiah 58, Matthew 17:21 6. To seek God’s intervention - 2 Samuel 12:16-23, 2 Chronicles 20:3 7. To intercede for others - Daniel 9:3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF FASTS There are many different ways to do a fast. The most important part of fasting is the time we spend with God in prayer. If we deny ourselves food and do not pray then we will accomplish nothing. The following types of fasts are simply references to what we can do as we seek the Lord in prayer. 1. Full Fast A full fast is where you go completely without food for a specific amount of time. There are at least four references in the Bible where people fasted food and water; however we are only referencing food as a full fast for obvious reasons. If you choose to do a full fast then we recommend you consult with others prior to doing so, especially if you take any kinds of medication. 2. Partial Fast A partial fast is to simply go without a meal or two during the day of your fast. For example, you could fast from dinner or lunch and spend an extended amount of time in prayer in place of that meal. There are no rules to this kind of fasting but you should decide beforehand what you will do and stick to it as with all fasts. 3. Daniel Fast This kind of fast comes from Daniel chapter 10, where Daniel had a terrifying vision that caused him to abstain from all pleasant food and drink. If you choose to do this kind of fast then essentially you will be abstaining from all “meats, sweets, and treats.” Most people stick to fruits, vegetables and nuts or similar kinds of protein. There are many resources online that could provide healthy options with this fast. 4. Media Fast (Daniel 6:18) Sometimes we are unable to participate in abstaining from food for various reasons, however, this does not mean we cannot fast and pray. We strongly encourage you to fast by replacing some forms of entertainment (TV, movies, internet surfing) with prayer and intentional time with family. God often uses this kind of fast to quiet the noise in our life and increase our ability to hear His voice. PRACTICAL POINTS OF FASTING 1. Plan your fast - what kind of fast? how long? write your plan out! 2. Be specific with your fasting - know why you’re fasting and what you’re praying for. 3. Plan your prayer time for each day - when will you pray? Plan it out. 4. Journal your fast - God will speak to you, but it may mean more at another time. 5. Drink lots of water - we get most of our water from food, so double up on your water. 6. Invite Accountability - it’s good to share what you’re doing with a trusted friend. Ben Dixon 11th Hour Ministries www.11thhourministries.org 425-742-3366

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                  • Christmas Communion Service


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                    December 28, 2014 Steve Overman Eugene Faith Center Foursquare Church

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                    • Büyük Ayı - Reel '14


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                      This is a collection of our commercial work made between 2012 and 2014

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