Have you experienced unjust treatment or had a bad experience that has left you battling bitterness? Bitterness can destroy people's faith, health, family and testimony, but it can be overcome. Tuesday we'll visit with Pastor Stephen Viars who has a biblical remedy to processing the hurts of life, so that we can live a more joyful and meaningful life. Join us for this hopefilled discussion that will offer another way to grieve our deep offenses and avoid turning into someone we don't want to be.
What would you do if someone deposited a million dollars into your checking account today? How would you live differently? Pastor Ed Hedding begins his time with us Tuesday asking us this revealing question and leads us on a study on character and love. Don't miss this look into what God's Word has to say with area Pastor Ed Hedding.
Pastor Steve Viars has served at Faith Church since 1987. He and his wife Kris have two married daughters, a son, and three grandchildren. Pastor Viars’ gifted teaching ministry, enthusiasm for the Word of God, and organizational skills are instrumental in equipping Faith Church. He oversees the staff, deacons, and all Faith ministries and serves on the boards of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, Biblical Counseling Coalition, Vision of Hope, and the Faith Community Development Corporation.
Ed Hedding is Senior Pastor of Pleasant View Baptist Church in Bettendorf. He is a graduate of Liberty University and has been in full time ministry since 1987. He loves his wife Diane and three grown children Joshua, Bethany, and Daniel and grandson Christopher Kime. In his spare time he enjoys running outside, golfing and reading. His favorite vacations are at the beach.