He teaching we are more than what we have done. God has revealed to him the nature of potential, not many men are able to bare the burden to teach others what he has learned. There is a wealth of potential in all of us. He shows us the vast store of wealth God has placed in us. Dr. Marshall has a purpose to help us understand that potential and get it out. We have to decide if we are going to rob the world or bless it with rich,valuable,potent,untapped resources locked away within us. God is always looking for what is not yet visible.he expects to find inside each person and thing He created more than is evident on the outside. We are often satisfied with what we have. If not satisfied ,we often think it is nothing better. So we tend to settle for what we have. That is the tragedy of life. Our thoughts,ideas, and possiblities are not used. We fail to realize the vast potiential that is stored within us. We are like batteries in a radio that is never played. We waste time. God says do not die with my things. 1 Timothy 4:14. Do not neglect your gifts,which was given you through a prophetic message when the body of elders laid their hands on you. What would the world have lost if you had not been born? What will the world lack because you fail to live out your potential? Will you carry songs,books,inventions,cures,or discoveries to your grave? Our teens are commiting suicide. I wonder who they were suppose to be and what they were suppose to do that we wil never know. Have we lost some great leaders?
1600 N State Route 291Independence, MO 64058
Small inner-city congregation, found less than fifty members on initial visit. Family oriented church, exudes warmth. Welcoming atmosphere. Clean church premises. Church has members from all age groups - Senior citizens, a few middle-aged adults, several young adults 21- 35 years, six or seven teens, and a handful of children make up the congregation. Plain preaching. Small choir, but inspirational singing. Semi-active youth group.
Jokingly referred to as St. Therese-South because there are so many members geographically out of bounds but spiritually and emotionally drawn to the St. Patrick's community. The congregation imprints the personality more than the parish priest. This is as good as it gets. Real people with real foibles who really love one another in a very midwestern way. Anyone there will smile and greet you and if you want more, it is there for you.