After graduating from seminary, Russ was unsure of God’s leading. He and his wife had been discussing the idea of beginning a new ministry geared toward men. Russ opened his Bible up to 2 Samuel 7, where he had left off the prior day. Verse 3 leapt off the page. It read,
“Whatever you have in mind, go ahead and do it for the Lord is with you.”
At that moment, Finding Purpose was born. Russ says that “looking back, I can say that Finding Purpose was God-breathed by His Word.”
Since that moment in 2003, Finding Purpose has been all about helping men find their purpose in life.
Augustine said it well: “O God, You made us for Yourself, and man’s heart is restless until it rests in Thee!”
Listen Again: Victory in Jesus!
Listen again to learn that what the Law failed to do...the Cross accomplished! Pastor Russ Andrews takes us through Hebrews 10
Listen Again: Nothing But The Blood
It's the summer for Hebrews! Why is there no forgiveness of sins without the shedding of blood - and how does this work? Listen back to Pastor Russ Andrews answer these questions as he explores Hebrews 9 and the idea of substitutionary atonement.
Listen Again: A New Way to Heaven!
It's the summer for Hebrews! Listen back to Pastor Russ Andrews explore Hebrews 7 & 8 and describe the three possible ways salvation can be attained: automatic, earned, or free. Which do you think is the true way? There was only one, according to Jesus...
Listen Again: Pressing on to Maturity!
It's the summer for Hebrews! Listen back to guest preacher, Pastor Grant Castleberry of Capital Community Church in Raleigh, NC, leading the Men's Study in Hebrews 6.
Listen Again: Our Great High Priest
It's the summer for Hebrews! Listen back to Pastor Russ Andrews explore Hebrews 5: 1-4 and answer these three questions: What are the qualities for a High Priest? Why was Jesus qualified? What makes Jesus such a great High Priest?
Listen Again: They Shall Rest From Their Labor
It's the summer for Hebrews! Listen back to Pastor Russ Andrews explain how we can learn to rest in God and stop striving, as he explores Hebrews 4: 1-11.