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The Significance of Shepherding God's People

Have you heard the concept of God as a shepherd and yet have no idea what that means because you have never seen or known a shepherd? This message uses Ezekiel 34 to explain that God is our ultimate shepherd. Further, it challenges us to consider whether we are reflecting God to others by shepherding them. Learn how you can experience transformation in your own life by being shepherded by God and mature believers, while also being a tool of life change for others as you shepherd them.

Kyle KaiglerNov 24, 2002
Ezekiel 34

Messages In This Series (16)
What's Your Excuse for Not Getting Busy?
James SkinnerDec 29, 2002
Christmas: The Personal Sacrifice
Todd WagnerDec 24, 2002
Christmas: The Personal Responsibility
Todd WagnerDec 22, 2002
Christmas: The Personal Relationship
Todd WagnerDec 15, 2002
The Person God Uses
Scott CoyDec 8, 2002
Moving Beyond Connection to Intentional Community
Kyle KaiglerDec 1, 2002
The Significance of Shepherding God's People
Kyle KaiglerNov 24, 2002
Four Fools on a Stool, part 2 - What Happens When We Avoid Community
Todd WagnerNov 17, 2002
Four Fools on a Stool, part 1 - Why We Avoid Community
Todd WagnerNov 10, 2002
Our Place (Literally and Figuratively) and Our Goal...Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Todd WagnerAug 18, 2002
Lessons on Leadership from the Life of Rehoboam
Todd AndersJun 9, 2002
Insights on Leadership from Peter, Paul and Mary
Todd AndersJun 2, 2002
God's Grace: A Memorial to an Unknown Woman
James SkinnerMay 26, 2002
What You Didn't Learn in School
Scott CoyApr 14, 2002
Live Out Loud
Brett JohnstonFeb 24, 2002
Running Our Fingers Through the Wool: A Chance to Evaluate
Todd WagnerJan 6, 2002

About '2002 Messages'

These are messages given in 2002 that are not part of a specific series.