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Justin Peters

Justin Peters

by Justin Peters on March 21, 2014
~~Ten years after Mel Gibson’s movie, “The Passion of the Christ,” we have another blockbuster film portraying the second Person of the triune God.  This movie, “Son of God,” shares more in common with its predecessor than simply the main character.  Like “The Passion,”“Son of God” has Roman Cath
by Justin Peters on December 11, 2011
Years ago a pastor told me, "Justin, never preach about Santa Clause. You just can't win preaching about Santa Clause." At the risk of going against his advice, I am going to address an icon with which we are all familiar but few really consider to be an "issue," Santa Clause.
by Justin Peters on October 16, 2011
Heaven. The Bible describes Heaven as a place of surpassing beauty where there is no pain, no sorrow, no sickness, no disease, no death. It is where the triune God resides in all of His glory. For those of us who are saved, the redeemed of God through Christ, it is our eternal home. Though none of us look forward to the process of dying, as Christians we enthusiastically answer the question asked by Job, "If a man dies, will he live again?"[i] with a resounding "yes." We look forward to being completely and eternally free of fallen bodies living in a fallen world. But for some people, it seems that Heaven (and occasionally Hell) can't wait.
by Justin Peters on September 29, 2011
What follows is a comparison/contrast and analysis of several well – known passages as found in major translations such as the KJV, NASB, and NIV as well as these same passages as found in The Message authored by Eugene Peterson. Any intellectually honest assessment of the following notes leads to the inescapable conclusion that The Message compromises some of the fundamental doctrines of orthodox Christianity.
Justin Peters
Organization: 
Justin Peters Ministries
It has been my joy to know and love Justin Peters since the day of his birth. It was my pleasure to baptize him and to participate in his service of ordination.
 
I have followed him with my love, concern and prayers through the years of his life. Almost from the beginning of his life, I felt that God had very special plans for Justin in work of ministry.
 
I believe that Justin is a young man who is completely dedicated to Christ and His cause. He is a man of total integrity and who possesses a genuine Christian spirit of love and compassion for others, with a deep desire to serve God and persons.
 
God has already used Justin in some very significant ways in his preaching and especially Revival preaching. At Edwards Baptist Church where I serve as interim pastor, he has supplied for me a good many times in my absence. The members of that church have been carried away with Justin and his messages, and always rejoice when he can supply there. Justin has a keen mind and has prepared himself well in every way.
 
It is my joy to commend him without any reservations whatever.
 
Dr. John G. McCall
Pastor Emeritus First Baptist Church
Vicksburg, Mississippi
 
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Arts: Economics, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi - 1995 
Master of Divinity: (Biblical Languages) Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas - May 2000 
Master of Theology: (New Testament Major / Theology Minor) Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas - December 2002 
 
 
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Born: April 21, 1973 
Saved: April of 1980 
Licensed to the Ministry: First Baptist Church, Vicksburg, Mississippi - 1996 
Ordained to the Ministry: Meadowview Baptist Church, Starkville, Mississippi - 1997 
Commissioned as Staff Evangelist: First Baptist Church, Vicksburg, Mississippi - 2003 
Married to Kathy-August 7, 2010 
 
 
PERSONAL BACKGROUND
The influence of two loving Christian parents coupled with the challenges of Cerebral Palsy led Justin to begin inquiring about salvation at an early age. Shortly after a visit with his then pastor, Dr. John G. McCall, God graciously saved Justin at age seven. God's call on Justin's life to vocational ministry came in November 1995 while attending Mississippi State University.
 
 
 
A PERSONAL NOTE ABOUT JUSTIN'S HANDICAP
"As stated above, I do have a moderate case of Cerebral Palsy. God has used my handicap to keep me dependent upon Him and to help shape me into the man He wants me to be (a work in progress for all of us). That my Cerebral Palsy is a part of my ministry, there can be no doubt. However, it is not the center of my ministry. As an invited guest to your church or ministerial endeavor, I pledge that I will never under any circumstances use my handicap to emotionally manipulate your people for money and/or decisions. I have seen this tactic employed by some; it will not be employed by me. Any decision based upon emotion alone is a false decision."
 
~Justin
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