How Not to Sabotage Your Future

Shoreline 2017-2018

Many teenagers’ lives are marked by dark experiences involving pornography, exchanging sexually explicit messages, or going too far in physical relationships. These patterns never help a person become a great husband, wife, father, or mother. Nobody becomes a more confident, secure, respectful, honest, or honorable person by looking at pornography or lustfully using another person for their own pleasure or satisfaction. These behaviors will sabotage your future. Thankfully, God’s word offers hope! This message explains how not to sabotage your future.

David PenuelMar 28, 2018

In This Series (22)
Testimony- Grace Hale
Grace HaleJun 13, 2018
Margo Mainord - Light Up the Darkness
Margo MainordApr 25, 2018
Julia Westerberg - Light Up the Darkness
Julia WesterbergApr 25, 2018
Javar Duckett - Light Up the Darkness
Javar DuckettApr 25, 2018
Elle Caughran - Light Up the Darkness
Elle CaughranApr 25, 2018
Christian West - Light Up the Darkness
Christian WestApr 25, 2018
Brayden Brown - Light Up the Darkness
Brayden BrownApr 25, 2018
Testimony - Will Haskins
Will HaskinsMar 28, 2018
How Not to Sabotage Your Future
David PenuelMar 28, 2018
Testimony - Jessica Coats
Jessica CoatsFeb 28, 2018
Testimony - Caroline Sears
Caroline SearsFeb 28, 2018
Testimony - Austin Mankin
Austin MankinFeb 28, 2018
When Your Relationship With God Won't Start
Jermaine HarrisonJan 24, 2018
Testimony - Lily McCoy
Lily McCoyJan 24, 2018
The Top 10 Must Have Apps (Biblical Applications) for Christian Teenagers
David PenuelNov 29, 2017
Testimony - Noah Mason
Noah MasonNov 29, 2017
Racial Diversity and Unity in the Body of Christ
David Penuel, Jermaine HarrisonNov 1, 2017
Rachel O'Brien Testimony
Rachel O'BrienNov 1, 2017
Known and Accepted vs. Attending and Pretending
Jermaine HarrisonOct 4, 2017
Dawson McGee Testimony
Dawson McGeeOct 4, 2017
Mighty Hero, The Lord is with You
David PenuelSep 6, 2017
Katie Callaghan Testimony
Katie CallaghanSep 6, 2017