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Martin Thielen

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Brentwood United Methodist Church

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Brentwood United Methodist Church

309 Franklin Road

Brentwood, Tennessee,37027

United States

Company Description

The Foundation was founded in December 1992. The Foundation is a a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation. It is governed by a Board of Directors drawn from the membership of Brentwood United Methodist Church who each serve for a term of three years. Assets of the F... more

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Meet Our Pastors | Cookeville First United Methodist Church

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Dr. Martin Thielen
Senior Pastor | martin@cookevillefumc.org Before being appointed to Cookeville, Martin served Methodist churches in Monterey, Lebanon, and Brentwood. Before transferring to the United Methodist Church, Martin served the Southern Baptist Convention as a pastor, editor, consultant, author, and adjunct seminary professor. Martin holds a Bachelor, Masters, and Doctorate degrees, and is the author of six books and hundreds of articles. He and his wife Paula have two grown children, both of whom are school teachers.


Meet Our Staff

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Dr. Martin Thielen
Senior Pastor martin@cookevillefumc.org


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Martin Thielen shows more money and beauty won't help someone find happiness, but suggests ten practices that will in new book.
Searching for Happiness Searching for Happiness Instead of aiming to make more money, Thielen suggests working on the ability to forgive, to express gratitude, and to be generous. Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) January 26, 2016 American advertising companies thrive off the consumer belief that the key to happiness lies in being rich, successful, and beautiful. Many people are convinced that losing weight, getting a job promotion, or purchasing a bigger house, for example, will lead to more happiness. However, a new book by best-selling author Martin Thielen lays these myths to rest, revealing that external circumstances only account for 10 percent of a person's overall life satisfaction. In Searching for Happiness: How Generosity, Faith, and Other Spiritual Habits Can Lead to a Full Life (Westminster John Knox Press), Thielen uses psychological research, anecdotal evidence, and Scripture to outline ten practices that actually can help readers find happiness. Thielen argues that habits like focusing on the present, nurturing relationships, and using trials as growth opportunities are more effective at increasing a person's overall contentment level. Instead of aiming to make more money, Thielen suggests working on the ability to forgive, to express gratitude, and to be generous. Thielen doesn't pretend that the search for happiness is always easy, and he isn't unrealistic about the adversities most people will face throughout life. "We are all broken in some ways, and sometimes we lose our joy," he writes in his conclusion. "However, by engaging in the ten . . . practices confirmed by science, Scripture, and experience, we . . . can find renewed contentment in our lives." Searching for Happiness features a guide for group or individual study, which includes questions for reflection and challenges for readers to try as they embark on their quest to find happiness. Martin Thielen is author of the best-selling book "What's the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian? and "The Answer to Bad Religion Is Not No Religion. He is Senior Pastor of Cookeville United Methodist Church in Cookeville, Tennessee.


Sunday School | St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

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By Martin Thielen
Martin Thielen (Dr. Thielen is the Senior Pastor at the First United Methodist Church of Cookeville in TN. He has served Methodist churches in Monterey, Lebanon, and Brentwood in TN. He also served in the Southern Baptist Convention as a pastor, editor, consultant, author, and adjunct seminary professor before transSuferring to the United Methodist Church). Pastor and author Martin Thielen has compiled a list of ten things people need to believe, and ten things they don't, in order to be a Christian. This lively and engaging book will be a help to seekers as well as a comfort to believers who may find themselves questioning some of the assumptions they grew up with. With an accessible, storytelling style that's grounded in solid biblical scholarship, Thielen shows how Christians don't need to believe that sinners will be "left behind" to burn in hell or that it's heresy to believe in evolution. Thielen articulates centrist, mainline Christianity in a way that's fresh and easy to understand, and offers authentic Christian insights that speak to our deepest needs.


FPC Wednesdays | First Presbyterian Church

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What's the Least I can Believe and Still be a Christian by Martin Thielen
Martin Thielen, Pastor of Brentwood United Methodist Church, has compiled a list of ten things Christians need to believe--and ten things they don't--to be Christians.


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