Author: Pastor Jason Stoeber

Living Wholehearted in a Halfhearted World Mark 1:9-39 Many people in the Bible show the quality of wholeheartedness. Caleb wins the prize for being mentioned most about wholeheartedness. Next is Hezekiah, then Solomon, Noah, David, Daniel, and Nehemiah. But keeping with the theme of Scripture, we know that Jesus is the supreme example of wholeheartedness. He never did anything halfway. He is the ultimate example of undistracted devotion in ministry. If we follow His example we will: I. Jump Into…

This past Sunday AM, I preached a message entitled “How to Maintain a Heart for God when the Pressures Pile Up” (you can listen to the audio of that message here). There were many Scripture references that we did not have time to look into in depth during the service, so I promised to post my notes here to allow for more in-depth study of this important matter. I trust and pray this will be a help and encouragement to all Christians…

Exodus 18:15-27 Moses is a great Bible character to study! There are so many lessons to learn from his life and walk with God. I believe in this chapter, we learn an important lesson about how to lead people….effectively!! Chances are, in some aspect of your life you lead people—now, our goal should be to do that as effectively and Biblically as we can! I see five ways that Moses can help us in this endeavor: 1. A Call to…

I love God and I love America! We know that the Bible says in Proverbs 21:1; “The king’s heart is in the hand of the Lord, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will.“. We also know that it is God’s people humbling themselves before Him and praying that moves the hand of God (2Chronicles 7:14). I believe America is still able to see REVIVAL and AWAKENING if God’s people will get busy really living and devoting their life…

I know that everyone today is “busy”, and has much to do every day. As a Pastor, church planter, father, and husband there are many things that are always needing to be done, competing for my undivided attention, and cluttering up my mind! I believe that one of the greatest weaknesses I have seen with those in “ministry” is the lack of setting the proper tools in place so that we can be as productive and stress-free as possible!  Many just want to “remember”…

Here in Maine, Summer is getting officially under way (I know for other areas, this is old news)! With the starting of this wonderful season of BBQ’s – family outings – vacations – fun – and a host of other activities, let us all be reminded of some helpful guidelines from God to make this Summer season a great success! THOU SHALT…. 1. Draw closer to the Lord. —James 4:8 Many times during the Summer, people tend to forget all about the…

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