Jordan Kurecki

*Independent Fundamental Baptist
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About Jordan Kurecki

  • Rank
    Only a sinner saved by grace
  • Birthday 03/11/1992

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Chicago
  • Interests
    Reading the scriptures, listening to sacred music, door to door evangelism, handing out gospel tracts, preaching,teaching others the word of God.
  • Are you IFB?
    Yes

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    I was raised in a broken home, I never really went to churches at all growing up except for maybe 5 or 6 times at random churches when I was younger, I became hopelessly addicted to drugs in my teen years, My life was falling apart, I was miserable and without hope in this world, then I started going to a Baptist church with a friend, I heard the Gospel and I repented of my sins and turned to Jesus Christ to save me, My life has been incredible since the Lord came into my life. I go to Fairhaven Baptist College

    You can hear my testimony here:

    http://jordankurecki.sermon.tv/

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  1. No matter how many times I comb my hair...it still looks messed up in these videos. I give up!
  2. I am going to be doing a series of short videos on things I call "wordly wisdom", basically short videos refuting popular sayings and comparing them to the Bible. here is a list of what I have, if you can add any please comment on this post: "We are all Gods children" "Judge not" "Follow your heart" "All paths lead to God" "The devil made me do it" "Live for now"/"eat drink and be merry" "Most people are good" "All religions teach basically the same thing" "Well that's your interpretation" "The Bible is written by man" "God made weed therefore it is good" "God made me this way" God is all forgiving
  3. What about Churches that have large bus ministries to run and have responsibilities to get children home after morning services? I don't think we can come up with a law for sermon length, I think each church and preacher has the freedom to follow the dictates of their conscience and the leading of the Holy Spirit in this matter. Not everyone's situation and audience are the same.
  4. Thank you for posting this, I know I needed this reminder.
  5. I think this thread should be deleted. I see little here that brings honor or glory to Jesus Christ.
  6. it speaks for itself
  7. I've recently started listening to J Vernon McGees through the Bible radio broadcast. It's a 5 year program where he teaches through the entire Bible. So far it's been very challenging and exciting. though he's not perfect (He teaches the Gap theory)..he is sounds for the most part. I want to encourage you to join me on the Bible bus. If you have a smart phone you can download the Thru the Bible app and listen freely, you can also purchase the series in a variety of formats from their website.
  8. Romans 7:2-3 KJV [2] For the woman which hath an husband is bound by the law to her husband so long as he liveth; but if the husband be dead, she is loosed from the law of her husband. [3] So then if, while her husband liveth, she be married to another man, she shall be called an adulteress: but if her husband be dead, she is free from that law; so that she is no adulteress, though she be married to another man.
  9. Your taking one phrase "is not under bondage" and redefining it to mean free to remarry...that interpretation contradicts the rest of scripture.
  10. About a month ago, I purchased Arabic/English Gospels of John that contain a commentary for Muslims. I went to one of my neighbors and spoke to him and gave him one. Fast forward to today, my brakes need done so I took my car to the shop, walking back into my street I saw my friend Amjad outside, we made eye contact and I motioned to him that I was praying for him, he motioned for me to come towards him, he told me he had read a little of the Gospel of John, he invited me to his house this Sunday to talk with him about Islam and Christianity. Pray for him to be saved!