Bobby Martin | Life Is Too Short to Stay the Same

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Life Is Too Short to Stay the Same

by Bobby Martin

Many people are hungry for their life to change. They don’t like where they are in their marriage. They don’t like where they are in their finances. They don’t like where they are in their relationships with kids, parents, or boss. Many don’t like where they are in their job. The good news is, life can change. In this message, Bobby will show us what we have to do to change the direction our life is going.
Genre: Spoken Word: Inspirational
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Bobby Martin was a Worship Leader in churches and at large for 25 years before planting a church in the Northwest Houston area in January of 2004. Since serving as Lead Pastor, The Church at Creek’s End has grown from 12 families to over 600 in attendance. His heart is for the unchurched who feel like the church has abandoned the culture it was meant to reach. He takes an integral part in creating and planning services and is still involved in music and worship as a singer and songwriter.

A graduate of Houston Baptist University, Bobby is a creative communicator, published songwriter, recorded 3 album projects of his own, and has served on the advisory board of several church and music organizations. He and his wife Dianna have five children, two sons-in-law, and one granddaughter. They reside in Tomball, Texas.


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