This week on Engaging Missions, Bryan Entzminger speaks about the past, present and future. He uses the analogy of a scrapbook, Instagram, and a postcard to paint a picture of his life and the ways in which God has worked and moved through it all.

He applies different stories and events from his life, and moves the focus to the point of it all, which is God. Teaching with passion, humor, and the Word, Bryan brings his message of his testimony and the goodness of God.


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Christ died to redeem all of me, the whole story. Click To Tweet
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We look at results; we look at sacrifice. We think that sacrifice is everything or the results are everything; what matters is obedience. Click To Tweet
If we don’t have a good vision of where we’re headed, it can make what we’re doing now seem remarkably mundane. Click To Tweet


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