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Flannel Stories - Jen...Update

July 8, 2015

The fear of the Lord leads to life; then one rests content, untouched by trouble. Proverbs 23.19

After watching BASIC Fear God Jen realized she could let go of her past and because she feared God, she had nothing to fear. She "found the fear that leads to life" discussed in the book of Proverbs.

Since we filmed Jen's story she and her husband felt God calling them to Uganda to care for and disciple orphans. They are leaving today. Please pray for Jen, Brain and their 3 children as they relocate. Specifically they ask you to pray:

  • That God will continue to lead them in extraordinary ways, surprising them with grace upon grace and encouragement, as they need it.
  • That they will represent the Lord well among new friends and relationships, and that He will guide them as they learn to respond to the need in their presence.
  • That their family will remain unified they learn an entire new culture, foods, sight, sounds and experiences.
  • And pray for courage for their 3 girls to remain strong in the Lord's grip when they are uncomfortable and experiencing fear.

 

Please watch Jen's story and pray for them often.

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Flannel Story | Cindy

July 7, 2015

FLANNEL Stories | CINDY

Cindy was diagnosed with lymphangioleiomyomatosis or LAM, a rare terminal lung disease which destroys lung tissue in women. There is no cure and it gets worse over time. Shortly after being diagnosed, Cindy received an email inviting her to watch Ed’s Story. Please watch and see what Cindy decided to do.

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"Entitlement kicks gratitude right out the back door."

November 18, 2014

 

What happens when what you’ve come to take for granted in life is no longer there? Who are you in the absence of the things you hold on to? Listen as Amy tells how she was able to find peace through letting go.

Amy’s story is one of many that have been shared with us at Flannel. Through our mission of telling the world the way of Jesus, we’re able to then hear how lives are being changed.

Thank you for your support that allows us to continue our mission and impact lives!

 

 

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Flannel Story | Frankie

July 22, 2011
Tampa, FL

Frankie had heard the word surrender many times but truly understood it one night after watching the BASIC film, Follow Jesus. Listen and watch as Frankie surrenders in obedience and finds true intimacy with God.

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Flannel Story | Caleb

February 25, 2011
Nashville, TN

Have you ever been challenged to share Jesus in your workplace? How to make conversation about Jesus comfortable for others? Listen to Caleb’s story as he shares Jesus and his gift of art with his clients.

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Flannel Story | Jen

November 23, 2010
East Grand Rapids, MI

Listen to Jen’s story, who found that when she feared God and not man her life was changed in ways she never imagined.

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Flannel Story | Amy

March 28, 2010
Mesick, MI

When things in your life become uncertain and the things you plan on are no longer there, where do you turn? Watch Amy’s story as she finds peace in the midst of her uncertainty.

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Flannel Story | Daniel

March 8, 2010
Denver, CO

Do you find yourself knowing the Gospel but not living it out with excitement? Listen to Daniel’s story as the realization of a personal relationship with his Creator comes to life.

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Flannel Story | Viewer Quotes

January 18, 2010

Please enjoy reading the feedback from people who have watched the NOOMA films. May your hearts be blessed as you read about the lives that have been changed.

It is because of your continued faithfulness that these stories are possible. Thank you for your willingness to be a part of what God is doing in the lives of others. It is truly a blessing.

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Flannel Story | Marge and Ardis

November 30, 2009
North Chili, NY

Marge and Ardis

One of the great things about NOOMA films is their ability to touch lives across several generations. Though originally intended to reach younger audiences, viewers of all ages are finding the films compelling, relevant, and thought-provoking.

When grandmother Marge first watched the NOOMA Rain, which her daughter-in-law had given her, she loved it and decided to give it to her church. She was hooked. Marge introduced her close friend, Ardis, to the NOOMA films, and soon Ardis had bought the whole series.

“I think it’s very applicable to just about any age group,” Marge says. “We’ve used them several times in our Life Group, which is a Bible study group that’s made up of 50 and over people. They have just added such a new element. They’re thoughtful and you look at them more than once and you pick out so many things that you had missed the first time. They’re just rich in content.”

Marge and Ardis watch the films together before sharing them with the group. The films allowed them to connect further on a personal level and grow spiritually at ages when many people are content to stop growing. Growing and learning are important to Marge, who says, “I think I’ve come to feel that I simply have to keep on learning.”

Ardis agrees. “I think that people are people and in every generation you find people that are curious and are natural learners and you find people who aren’t that interested in being active learners.”

The NOOMA films have challenged the members of Marge and Ardis’ Life Group to examine their faith more closely. As Marge puts it, “In our Bible studies we’re always trying to find a way — especially with people our age who have been Christians for many years — to look at our faith in different ways, that may open our eyes to see that it could be this way, too. It’s not changing our faith, it’s adding to our perspective on it…anything that helps you reach people with the message of Jesus is valuable.”

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