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The jesuses rolls: A video from a life of faith

“I’m still not sure why they would do this,” said Mark Wiese, the pastor of the New England Baptist Church in East Hartford, New York.

“If you were to go through a lot of trials and tribulations, you might do something like this.

But I’m not sure that this would be a way for someone to feel comfort.”

Pastor Mark Wiee, who has a son with a rare genetic condition, has seen his church go through the experience before.

(Courtesy of Mark Wiete)A video from Pastor Mark’s life of belief shows the story of his son.

(Photo: Mark Wiede)But Wieses faith has been stronger than the video, which he posted on Facebook and Instagram, because he’s witnessed a life filled with faith, he said.

He has seen a son who is able to see God through a window of his house.

And he has seen friends and family who share his faith.

And his church has been more open about the experience than other churches.

“When I was going through a tough time and I was looking for comfort, it’s like you don’t even know how much you’re missing, but you know you can have the faith,” he said, noting he has a wife and three kids.

“This is the most powerful thing I’ve ever experienced in my life.”

The faith of Pastor Mark has been such a strong one in his life that when he heard that he was going to be asked to give a speech about faith in the United States at a conference in New York City this weekend, he decided to do it.

The church, which is one of the largest congregations in the state of Connecticut, is one among many faith groups across the country where the topic is on the table.

As he gave his talk, Wiesa, who is from the city of Woburn, Massachusetts, took the opportunity to speak about his faith in a way that was meaningful and uplifting.

It was also a rare chance to share his story, something that his church members say is extremely rare.

The sermon, titled “Faith is Power,” has generated some controversy online, with many claiming it was disrespectful to faith-based people.

But Wieser says that the topic of faith has become a hot topic in recent years, and his church feels the need to share it.

“People think I’m a racist or that I don’t have faith,” Wieseh said.

“But I have faith in Jesus Christ and in the teachings of Jesus Christ, and the truth is, Jesus Christ was a very real person.”

He said that when it comes to faith, there is no one better than God, and it is possible to believe in the same things that are not possible to.

“We’re living in a time when God is not just omnipotent but is also a person who is imperfect,” Wiees said.

“He is flawed, he is imperfect, but he is the one that has all of the grace and the perfections.”

He added that the more imperfect a person is, the more they can overcome those flaws.

“The Bible speaks to the human being as imperfect,” he added.

“It speaks to us as imperfect people, and we can have a great deal of success in life if we are honest with ourselves and our weaknesses.”

He went on to say that his faith, as a pastor, is more than just a way to express faith, but that it is also the “power of faith.”

“If you can live the gospel, if you can find joy in the love and in God, then the Gospel becomes more important,” he explained.

“I’ve got the privilege of having this kind of faith.

It gives me peace and joy.”

A video posted by Pastor Mark (@markwiese) on Aug 13, 2018 at 8:49pm PDTRead or Share this story: http://usat.ly/2kLg9WU