Episode 1 opens up with Bishop Charles Ellis and his close preacher friends discussing how to help Detroit in the series premiere of this reality spin-off from “Preachers of L.A.” The preachers gather to figure out what they can do to help Detroit. The ministers all meetup and women in ministry becomes a hot button.
A starting point. What is our common strand?
You can just picture that open highway stretched out to infinity before you, beckoning to a future somewhere out on that horizon that calls you to adventure. All that you will become lies out there.
Most of us never learn to appreciate where we are at this very moment because we’re so focused on what happened (or didn’t happen) in a past that no longer exists and worried about a future that hasn’t happened yet.Change is like breath – it isn’t part of the process, it is the process. In reality the only thing we can count on is change. And the first step toward positive change is to change your outlook. Prepare for the positive. Prepare for the new. Allow the unknown to take you to fresh and unforeseen areas in yourself. Growth is impossible without change. If you cannot change your mind, you cannot change anything in your life. Sometimes all you need to do is look at things from a different perspective.
When you meet each one of this show’s pastor’s, you see have a chance to see that each one is at the start of anew beginning in a city that needs to be shined up. The question that you can meditate on from this week’s show is : Are you ready for a new beginning?
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.
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