Candy Land is an enchanting place. It’s something children dream of, because it is filled with all they could ever imagine. But it isn’t just something reserved for imaginations. In a very real way, we’re all on a quest for candy – the kind of...
Candy Land is an enchanting place. It’s something children dream of, because it is filled with all they could ever imagine. But it isn’t just something reserved for imaginations. In a very real way, we’re all on a quest for candy – the kind of candy God has in store for us. In this message, Pastor Ed Young takes us back to the first game of Candy Land with the children of Israel. When we come to understand how they played the game, what they did right and what they did wrong, we can discover just how God wants us to pursue our own quest for candy!
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Ed Young is a pastor at Fellowship Church in Grapevine Texas. He is a New York Times best-selling author and international conference speaker noted for his creative communication style. He has a passion for making the complex, simple as he speaks truth to people in ways they can understand and apply to their everyday lives. He has written 15 books, including his most recent, Fifty Shades of They, Sexperiment, The Marriage Mirror, Outrageous, Contagious Joy, Beauty Full and Kid CEO. Pastor Ed Young also provides resources for church leaders through CreativePastors.com, Creative Church Conferences (C3) and C3 Global. He is the founding and Senior Pastor of Fellowship Church with the main campus in Grapevine Texas, near the DFW Airport. The church has grown to include six satellite campuses throughout Texas, Florida, and South Carolina. Ed Young has been married to his wife, Lisa Young, for more than thirty years. Together they have four children and live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. If you want to learn a little more about Pastor Ed Young, see what's on his mind, what he's up to and what drives him each day, visit him at EdYoung.com, Facebook.com/pastor.ed.young or follow along and connect on YouTube.com/EdYoung.