I believe it’s crucial to look back at what God has done in our lives in order to understand where he wants us to go in the future. This weekend, we’re taking a look—and a step—back to the 80s. And we’ll discover that God’s Word isn’t stuck in one decade.
Grapevine, TX (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
Are you a child from the 1980s? Do you remember the 1980s? Have you ever heard of the 1980s?
No matter how you may relate to the decade of the 80s, you’ll appreciate this weekend at Fellowship Church as Pastor Ed Young begins a new series of messages entitled "Throwback"!
Ed Young is bringing back video of messages he delivered long before beginning Fellowship Church-messages he preached over 25 years ago. During each weekend service, he will also provide running commentary on those early messages and show church goers how the timeless truth of God’s Word spans the decades.
Pastor Ed Young says, "I believe it’s crucial to look back at what God has done in our lives in order to understand where he wants us to go in the future. This weekend, we’re taking a look-and a step-back to the 80s. And we’ll discover that God’s Word isn’t stuck in one decade. It helps us get the most out of every day of our lives!"
Ed Young also plans on discussing how those early days of his ministry impacted his life, his family, the lives of others, and the beginning and future of Fellowship Church.
Pastor Ed Young is encouraging everyone to reach into the back of their closet and dig out those 80s trends-the acid washed jeans, track suits, high top sneakers, suspenders, and Bill Cosby t-shirts-and wear them to Fellowship Church this weekend.
Fellowship Church has five campus locations, all offering identical worship experiences each weekend. Four campuses are located in the Grapevine, Ft. Worth, Plano, and downtown Dallas areas, and one campus is located in Miami, FL. Fellowship also has an online campus that streams the full service each weekend at FellowshipLive.com.
This new series begins on Saturday night, July 14, 2012. Service times for all campuses can be found on the Fellowship Church’s website.