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Pastor Jon Enter

Pastor Jon Enter

Pastor Jon is the campus pastor at Saint Croix Academy in West Saint Paul, Minnesota. He previously served 11 years in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pastor Jon lives with his wife, Debbi, and their four daughters.

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Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death Compilation

This week Pastor Jon showed us how we can gain comfort from God’s Word when dealing with the death of loved ones. Catch up with all 5 videos today.

Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death: Living With Loss

Pastor Jon shares two ideas for moving forward.

Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death: Expected Death

Pastor Jon shares a practical idea for helping your kids deal with the expected death of a loved one.

Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death: Loss of a Child

What do you say when someone loses a child? Pastor Jon shares his testimony.

Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death: Sudden Death

Pastor Jon helps change your perspective when you’re dealing with a sudden loss.

Life’s Challenges

Dealing With Death: Before the Final Breath

Have you struggled with what to say to loved ones on their deathbed? Pastor Jon shares a personal story about a time he knew the Spirit was at work.

Prayer

Pray Continually

This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he finishes this series by showing us how to use the fingers in our own hand to pray for a variety of people and issues we might have. Try doing this today and remember to pray continually.

Prayer

Praying For Others

This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he tells us why we can pray for anyone at anytime. We don’t need to pray with big words or in a specific way. Try tweeting God in prayer.

Prayer

Connecting With God

This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he talks about great times throughout the day to pray and shares a quick and easy prayer you can teach your children.

Prayer

Prayer Is A Gift

This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he reminds us that we need to give whatever is on our heart to God. Prayer is a gift, we need to remember to enjoy it.