Did you know that God is in the transformation business? In part two of the Finding Home series with Lead Pastor Wes Dupin, we take a look at the second child in a family who represents the “scapegoat.” In contrast to the “Hero” child we discussed in part 1, the scapegoat child is often the troublemaker or black sheep of the family. Listen as we find out how God can transform the lives of people in this situation and how he can turn things around for a positive outlook on life.
A person’s family is the most important group of their life. In this series, Finding Home, Lead Pastor Wes Dupin talks about the fact that we learn about who we are and how we perceive ourselves from our families. When love is communicated to a child, something good happens in their heart and mind. When that love is missing, that child feels alone and abandoned. In this message, we look at the characteristics of “The Hero” child, and how they may ultimately perceive God based on their upbringing.
The House of Blues can invoke positive images, or it can bring up pain and heart break. We’ve seen how a positive attitude can change even the bleakest of situations and this installment, “The Thrill is Gone,” with Lead Pastor Wes Dupin will discuss how laughter is a true gift from God. And even though we have times in our lives when the last thing we want to do is laugh, sometimes laughter can be the best medicine.
In the second installment of The House of Blues, Lead Pastor Wes Dupin tells us to “Stop Breakin’ Down” and find joy in our trials. Our attitude determines how we face the trials life throws us, but a positive attitude can go a long way in recognizing our blessings.