May 10 2018

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Five From Thrive / When life heaves trials, struggles, challenges our way (and it will!) are we “prints of peace”, reflecting our Prince of Peace? Thrive friend @AlbertTate broke down Isaiah 9:6 - usually only known as a Christmas verse - to share those four different names of the coming Savior, culminating with what it means to bask in His peace when we’re submerged under the waves of our storms!

Albert Tate

From Sweet Home Church of Christ Holiness in Mississippi to Fellowship Monrovia in Monrovia, California, Albert Tate is a fifteen-year veteran who has taught and served in a variety of strategic pastoral leadership positions. People of all ages experience the transforming power of the Gospel through his dynamic speaking, which combines both humor and convicting challenge. Because of his vision and commitment to the Gospel, Albert also serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University, the Fuller Youth Institute Advisory Council, and the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills. Albert and his wife, LaRosa, are still honeymooning after eleven years of marriage, and are proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Zoe & Bethany, and their delightful son Isaac.

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