Only a father’s love can meet the deepest need of the human heart. In this message, Dr. Carroll Thompson reveals the Father’s character and role in the lives of His creation.
Dr. Carroll Thompson teaches on the deep wounds of fatherlessness in this generation and the healing that Jesus came to bring; breaking the curse and fulfilling the prophecy in Malachi 4:6.
In this message, Dr. Carroll Thompson ministers the Father’s heart to those who are isolated and walking in fear and shame.
This final message from the Encounter:FREEDOM weekend series sums up the cry of this fatherless generation- ro know the love of a true father. Carroll Thompson shares our desire to be loved and our Heavenly Father’s desire to faithfully lavish us with His love- if we would only surrender our hearts to Him.
Guilt is the last of the five spiritual roots discussed that prevent us from taking on the “new man” in Christ. As Thompson explains in part 4 of this 5-part message, guilt that comes from the wounds of our past lead us to hide behind walls of shame, fear and darkness and prevent us from walking in true freedom and deliverance.
In part 3 of this 5-part message, Carroll Thompson discusses how depression, procastination, selfishness, unforgiveness and more are the fruit of a rebellious and bitter heart. These are two spiritual roots that lead to the creation of the “old man” that prevent us from taking up the “new man” that God has for us.
Carroll Thompson takes a look at two of the five spiritual roots that lead to the creation of the “old man”, our false-selves. In part 2 of this 5 part message, Thompson explores the characteristics associated with the roots of rejection and pride in our lives- including the struggle with fear of failure and hiding behind a life of success.
Carroll Thompson gets to the heart of the matter in this special 5-part message for the Encounter:FREEDOM weekend. Using the analogy of the wanderer, Thompson shares the enemy’s strategy of using pain to lead us from our true selves, isolate us from other people and ultimately keep us from the love of our Heavenly Father.