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Back to God Episode 21: Christian Behavior
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Pastor Joe continues the series on Back to God. Today's focus is Christian Behavior.
Pastor Joe answers these questions in today's video:
Why should people notice that Christians behavior is different?
How does your Christian outlook affect how you perceive the world?
How does being a Christian affect your interactions with others?
How can the Holy Spirit influence your interactions?
What activities should a Christian be involved with?
What entertainment should a Christian take part in?
How does a Christian dress?
What should a Christian eat and drink?
Pastor Joe also reminds us the Children's Evangelistic crusade kicks off tonight at 7:30PM. You can register at:
Date: June 10, 2020
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Pastor Joe was born in the little town of Crasna (Romania). Ever since he was a child, he has been fascinated by the unique connection between pastors and their special book, the Bible. When at the age of 7 he received his first little Bible from a brave pastor who was able to procure it for him in spite of the interdictions of the communist regime, he felt special and decided one day he would become a pastor.
After serving as a Pastor for 8 years in Romania, in 2013 he immigrated to the USA. He currently serves as Lead Pastor of Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church. Along with his wonderful wife Anda and their gorgeous daughter Alessandra, he enjoys proclaiming God’s grace and ministering to his fellows.
By God's grace, in February 2020 he completed my doctoral program obtaining a Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching/Homiletics from Andrews University. His hobbies are languages, music, and poetry.