(Un)Qualified, New Series from Best-Seller Steven Furtick

By Trinity Broadcasting Network, Special for  USDR

Have you ever sensed that you were in over your head and not up to the task or circumstances set before you? Have you ever felt — Unqualified? In his new weekly television series airing on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, pastor and New York Times best-selling author Steven Furtick demonstrates how those who struggle with feelings of inadequacy and their own sense of failure and weakness are really perfectly poised for greatness in God’s  kingdom.

Based on Mr. Furtick’s recent book (Un)Qualified: How God Uses Broken People to Do Big Things, the new series shows how God calls, prepares, and empowers weak and failed individuals — like each of us — to powerfully accomplish His  purposes.

“I think we all secretly fight feelings of inadequacy, insufficiency, and incompetence,” says Mr. Furtick. “We wonder whether we really measure up. We fear we are not ‘enough’ — whatever that means in our particular situations.” But the good news is that “if you look at the great men and women of Scripture, you find one common denominator: they were all unqualified. God has a habit of picking people who have been passed  over.”

The message of (Un)qualified, explains Mr. Furtick, “is all about coming to terms with the good, the bad, and the unmentionable in your life — and learning how to let God use you in spite of your  mess.”

Don’t miss Pastor and New York Times bestselling author Steven Furtick’s new program, (Un)qualified — airing exclusively on TBN. Check Here for Broadcast  Times.

About the Trinity Broadcasting  Network

With thirty global networks, the Trinity Broadcasting Family of Networks is the world’s largest faith-and-family television group, airing a broad range of church and ministry programming, Christian music, family-friendly movies, children’s programming, and shows for teens and young adults 24 hours a day to every inhabited continent via 82 satellite channels and thousands of television and cable affiliates. In addition, TBN’s most popular global networks are available on computers, smart phones, and other mobile devices, and over 40,000 entertaining and inspirational On-Demand programs are accessible via TBN’s innovative online network,iTBN.org. To find out more about the Trinity Broadcasting Family of Networks, log on to  www.tbn.org.

SOURCE Trinity Broadcasting  Network

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