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English, Christianity, 1 season, 926 episodes, 6 days, 20 hours, 53 minutes
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Weekly sermons from Remnant Church in Richmond, VA.
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Tune In - Colossians 1:15-20

4/4/204013 minutes, 1 second
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Genesis 18:1-15 | Is Anything Impossible for God?

6/16/202446 minutes, 29 seconds
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Genesis 18:1-15 | Nothing Is Too Difficult for The Lord

6/16/202439 minutes, 19 seconds
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Genesis 17:1-19, 22-23 | The Faithfulness of God and the Faith of Father Abraham

6/9/202441 minutes, 39 seconds
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Genesis 17:1-19, 22-23 | Great is Thy Faithfulness

6/9/202442 minutes, 31 seconds
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Genesis 16:1-16 | The God Who Mends Our Messes

6/2/202441 minutes, 14 seconds
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Genesis 16:1-16 | Hagar Meets The God Who Hears

6/2/202444 minutes, 41 seconds
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Matthew 28:16-20 | Christ Above All

5/26/202447 minutes, 34 seconds
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Acts 2:42-47 | Christians Order Their Lives Around Jesus

5/19/202439 minutes, 18 seconds
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2 Timothy 3:16-17 | Christians Take God at His Word

5/12/202436 minutes, 9 seconds
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1 Peter 2:4-10 | Christians Live For Christ Locally

5/5/202445 minutes, 17 seconds
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Genesis 15:1-21 | Promises Made: Promises Kept

4/28/202444 minutes, 33 seconds
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Genesis 15:1-21 | Do You Trust the Lord?

4/28/202439 minutes, 31 seconds
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Genesis 13:1-13, 14:8-24 | Lot's Drift and God's Gift

4/21/202442 minutes, 14 seconds
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Genesis 13:1-13, 14:8-24 | Jesus Sets Captives Free

4/21/202441 minutes, 46 seconds
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Genesis 11:27-12:9 | Abram and The Blessing of The Nations

4/14/202441 minutes, 22 seconds
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Genesis 11:27-12:9 | Blessed to be a Blessing

4/14/202440 minutes, 49 seconds
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Genesis 11:1-9 | The Tower, The Tribes, And The Name Above All Names

4/7/202439 minutes, 47 seconds
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Genesis 11:1-9 | When God Lovingly Judges Our Sinful Pride

4/7/202443 minutes, 55 seconds
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Romans 1:1-6 | Jesus Is Risen!

3/31/202443 minutes, 37 seconds
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Genesis 9:1-29 | Noah, The Rainbow, and The Promise

3/24/202438 minutes, 26 seconds
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Genesis 9:1-29 | God's Merciful Promise

3/24/202440 minutes, 10 seconds
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Genesis 6:5-8:22 | A Flood of Grace and Justice

3/17/202443 minutes, 32 seconds
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Genesis 6:5-8:22 | Salvation Through Judgement

3/17/202438 minutes, 51 seconds
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Genesis 6:1-4 | Spiritual Powers and Spiritual Prowess

3/10/202438 minutes, 27 seconds
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Genesis 6:1-4 | Life Is War, So Fight Like Heaven

3/10/202448 minutes, 46 seconds
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Genesis 5:1-32 | The Gospel According to Enoch

3/3/202439 minutes, 23 seconds
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Genesis 5:1-32 | The Promised Line

3/3/202444 minutes, 3 seconds
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Genesis 4:1-26 | Understanding the War Within

2/25/202449 minutes, 20 seconds
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Genesis 4:1-26 | Cain and Abel

2/25/202437 minutes, 3 seconds
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Genesis 3:1-24 | Salvation Through Judgment

2/18/202444 minutes, 15 seconds
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Genesis 3:1-24 | Victorious from the Beginning

2/18/202445 minutes, 32 seconds
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Genesis 2:21-25 | God’s Design for Marriage

2/11/202449 minutes, 32 seconds
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Genesis 2:21-25 | The Blessing of Marriage

2/11/202445 minutes, 49 seconds
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Genesis 2:15-23 | God's Good Design

2/4/202441 minutes, 23 seconds
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Genesis 2:15-23 | Sons of Adam, Daughters of Eve

2/4/202451 minutes, 46 seconds
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Genesis 2:4-17 | You Were Made For Life With God

1/28/202439 minutes, 9 seconds
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Genesis 2:4-17 | It's a Worshipful Life

1/28/202427 minutes, 35 seconds
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Genesis 2:1-3 | Jesus Will Give You Rest

1/21/202440 minutes, 16 seconds
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Genesis 2:1-3 | Get to Work, Resting in Christ

1/21/202439 minutes, 2 seconds
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Genesis 1:26-28 | Who We Are

1/14/202449 minutes, 24 seconds
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Genesis 1:26-28 | The Image and Likeness of God

1/14/202449 minutes, 11 seconds
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Genesis 1:1-31 | Life's Hardest Questions

1/7/202447 minutes, 9 seconds
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Genesis 1:1-31 | Answers From Genesis

1/7/202445 minutes, 6 seconds
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Philippians 3:12-4:1 | Be Hope Filled in Christ

12/31/202334 minutes, 8 seconds
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Romans 8:12-17 | The Gift of the Holy Spirit

12/17/202338 minutes, 40 seconds
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Romans 8:12-17 | By Thy Own Eternal Spirit, Rule in All Our Hearts Alone

12/17/202340 minutes, 17 seconds
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Colossians 2:13-15 | The Victorious Lord

12/10/202334 minutes, 51 seconds
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Colossians 2:13-15 | Let Earth Receive Her King

12/10/202338 minutes, 43 seconds
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John 10:1-5 | Truly He Taught Us

12/3/202337 minutes, 46 seconds
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John 10:1-5 | The Good Shepherd

12/3/202335 minutes, 43 seconds
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John 1:14-18 | Veiled in Flesh the Godhead See

11/26/202343 minutes, 9 seconds
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John 1:14-18 | We Need Reminders

11/26/202340 minutes, 12 seconds
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1 John 1:1-4 | Sharing Jesus With Others

11/19/202337 minutes, 54 seconds
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1 John 1:1-4 | The Joy of Sharing Jesus With Others

11/19/202338 minutes, 26 seconds
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John 7:37-39 | Jesus Quenches Our Thirst

11/12/202345 minutes, 14 seconds
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John 1:43-50 | Encountering Jesus

11/5/202335 minutes, 17 seconds
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John 1:43-50 | Encountering Jesus: Come and See

11/5/202346 minutes, 42 seconds
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Part 4: Ephesians 4:17-25 | How God Heals Us

10/29/202342 minutes, 43 seconds
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Part 4: Ephesians 4:17-25 | How Does God Give Us the Healing That We Need?

10/29/202354 minutes, 51 seconds
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Galatians 5:16-26 | What is Wrong With Us?

10/22/202345 minutes, 22 seconds
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Galatians 5:16-26 | The Flesh Kills, Jesus Redeems

10/22/202341 minutes, 44 seconds
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Psalm 31:9-16 | Jesus Tells Us Who We Are

10/15/202346 minutes, 9 seconds
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Psalm 31:9-16 | Who Are We?

10/15/202348 minutes, 40 seconds
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Psalms 139:1-18 | Only God Can Help Us

10/8/202343 minutes, 23 seconds
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Psalms 139:1-18 | Who Can Help Us?

10/8/202343 minutes, 57 seconds
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Hebrews 13:17-25 | The Gift of Pastors

10/1/202337 minutes, 45 seconds
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Hebrews 13:17-25 | The Blessing of Good Leadership

10/1/202341 minutes, 21 seconds
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Hebrews 13:7-17 | Bearing His Disgrace

9/24/202340 minutes, 40 seconds
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Hebrews 13:7-17 | With Christ Outside the Camp

9/24/202336 minutes, 13 seconds
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Colossians 3:1-17 | Dr. Tony Merida

9/17/202340 minutes, 41 seconds
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Hebrews 13:1-6 | God’s Love or Self Love

9/10/202339 minutes, 19 seconds
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Hebrews 13:1-6 | A Tale of Two Cities, Two Loves, and Two Lives

9/10/202344 minutes, 43 seconds
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Hebrews 12:14-29 | The Pursuit of Holiness

9/3/202343 minutes, 22 seconds
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Hebrews 12:14-29 | Don't Throw Away Your Holiness

9/3/202339 minutes, 52 seconds
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Hebrews 12:1-13 | The Gift of Discipline

8/27/202346 minutes, 9 seconds
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Hebrews 12:1-13 | The Discipline of the Lord

8/27/202345 minutes, 52 seconds
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Hebrews 11:23-40 | The Nature of the Christian Life

8/20/202338 minutes, 43 seconds
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Hebrews 11:23-40 | Jesus is Worth Dying and Living For

8/20/202340 minutes, 16 seconds
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Hebrews 11:8-22 | Present Faith in God’s Future Promises

8/13/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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Hebrews 11:8-22 | Seeking the Heavenly City

8/13/202338 minutes, 33 seconds
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Hebrews 11:1-7 | God Pleasing Faith

8/6/202351 minutes, 16 seconds
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Hebrews 11:1-7 | The Character of Faith

8/6/202343 minutes, 32 seconds
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Hebrews 10:26-39 | Fueling the Fight of Faith

Pastor James Ford continues our walk through the book of Hebrews, and shows us how we can fuel the fight of faith by clinging closer to Jesus and rejecting sin. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 10:26-39Luke 14:28-30Matthew 13:5-6, 20-21
7/30/202340 minutes, 2 seconds
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Hebrews 10:26-39 | Fuel for a Faith That Endures

Pastor Doug Ponder continues our walk through the book of Hebrews and shows us how Jesus provides us with the fuel we need for a faith that endures.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 10:26-39Matthew 24:10, 12-13
7/30/202340 minutes
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Hebrews 10:19-25 | What is a Christian

7/23/202344 minutes, 15 seconds
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Hebrews 10:19-25 | The Nature and Nurture of a Christian

7/23/202339 minutes, 34 seconds
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Hebrews 9:11-10:18 | Jesus Paid it All

Pastor James Ford continues our walk through the book of Hebrews. Our sin has a cost and need to be atoned for. Thankfully, Jesus paid it all. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 9:11-10:18Leviticus 17:14a
7/16/202342 minutes, 18 seconds
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Hebrews 9:11-10:18 | Nothing but the Blood

Pastor Josh Rowland continues our walk through the book of Hebrews. It's clear that we have a sin problem, and we need the perfect sacrifice of Jesus Christ to deal with it.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 9:11-10:182 Corinthians 5:21John 4:17-19Romans 5:1Non-Scriptural ReferencesNot the Way It’s Supposed to Be - Cornelius Plantinga
7/16/202343 minutes, 40 seconds
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Hebrews 9:1-10 | Life in Jesus Keeps Getting Better

Pastor Bryan Laughlin continues our walk through the book of Hebrews. Showing that life in Jesus keeps getting better.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 9:1-101 Peter 2:5,9Romans 12:1Hebrews 8:122 Corinthians 12:9-102 Corinthians 4:16-17Romans 8:18
7/9/202334 minutes, 19 seconds
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Hebrews 9:1-10 | Life in Christ Just Keeps Getting Better

Pastor Josh Rowland continues our walk through the book of Hebrews. Showing that life in Jesus keeps getting better.Scriptural ReferencesGenesis 3:14-15Revelation 22:1-3Hebrews 9:1-101 John 3:19-202 Corinthians 12:9-10
7/9/202338 minutes, 59 seconds
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Hebrews 8:1-13 | Jesus Has Established A Better Covenant

7/2/202334 minutes, 54 seconds
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Hebrews 8:1-13 | Jesus Brings A New and Better Covenant

7/2/202346 minutes, 56 seconds
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Remnant One - July 2023

7/2/202342 minutes, 27 seconds
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Hebrews 7:1-28 | Jesus Intercedes for Us

Pastor James Ford walks us through Hebrews 7, showing how only Jesus can save.Scriptural References Hebrews 7Psalm 110:1, 4Romans 8:33-34To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
6/25/202344 minutes, 48 seconds
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Hebrews 7:1-28 | Only Jesus Can Save

6/25/202335 minutes, 45 seconds
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Hebrews 6:13-20 | The Promises of God

6/18/202335 minutes, 55 seconds
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Hebrews 6:13-20 | God's Trustworthy Promises

6/18/202336 minutes, 12 seconds
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God Helps Us Grow

We continue our series in the Book of Hebrews by walking through Hebrews 5:11-6:12. Pastor Bryan Laughlin encourages us to be mature Christians and to not quit on our faith but keep drawing closer to Christ. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 5:11-6:121 John 2:19Matthew 7:15-20 Acts 20:29-30To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
6/11/202347 minutes
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The Grace of Warning

We continue our series in the Book of Hebrews by walking through Hebrews 5:11-6:12. Pastor Bryan Laughlin encourages us to be mature Christians and to not quit on our faith but keep drawing closer to Christ.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 5:11-6:121 John 2:19To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
6/11/202345 minutes, 45 seconds
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Christ Our Mediator

Today we continue our walk through the Book of Hebrews. Pastor Josh Rowland shows us our need for a mediator to God, the type of mediator we need, and that Jesus is the only one who could fulfill that role and restore us to a relationship with God the Father. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 5:1-10Romans 1:21Isaiah 53:6aHebrews 2:171 Timothy 2:5-61 John 2:1-2Non-Scriptural ReferencesRobert Murray McCheyneMishnah Yoma 4:2To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
6/4/202338 minutes, 47 seconds
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Jesus is the Only Mediator

Today we continue our walk through the Book of Hebrews. Pastor Doug Ponder shows us our need for a mediator to God, the type of mediator we need, and that Jesus is the only one who could fulfill that role and restore us to a relationship with God the Father.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 5:1-10Hebrews 2:171 Timothy 2:5-61 John 2:1-2Non-Scriptural ReferencesMishna Yoma 4:2Robert Murray McCheyne
6/4/202338 minutes, 14 seconds
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Go Boldly to the Throne of Grace

We continue our series in the Book of Hebrews by walking out Hebrews 4:14-16. Pastor Doug Ponder shows us that Jesus is a great high priest who sympathizes with our weakness. Therefore, we should boldly go to him.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 4:14-16Revelation 21:271 Peter 3:18Non-Scriptural ReferencesMere Christianity - C.S. LewisCommentary on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews - John CalvinBetween Noon & Three: Romance, Law, & the Outrage of Grace - Robert Farrar CaponTo learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
5/28/202339 minutes, 35 seconds
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God Gives Endless Grace in Christ

We continue our series through the Book of Hebrews by working through Hebrews 4:14-16. Pastor James Ford shows us that Jesus graciously covers, regenerates, absolves, and connects us. That he does so instinctually. And, that by his help and mercy, we are able to be reconciled to God.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 4:14-16Galatians 3:27Ephesians 5:25-271 Corinthians 6:9a-112 Corinthians 5:20-212 Peter 1:4Non-Scriptural ReferencesMere Christianity - C.S. LewisCommentary on the Prophet Isaiah - John CalvinCommunion With God - John OwenTo learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
5/28/202339 minutes, 5 seconds
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Our Souls are Restless Until They Rest in God

This week we continue our walk through the Book of Hebrews. Pastor Doug Ponder walks out the reality that our souls are incredibly restless. However, God still offers true rest for those with faith to receive it. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 4:1-13Isaiah 59:2Isaiah 40:28Matthew 11:28-30Non-Scriptural ReferencesThe Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien - J.R.R. TolkienMere Christianity - C.S. LewisThe Pensées - Blaise PascalOn Paradise - Ambrose of MilanConfessions - Augustine of Hippo
5/21/202334 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rest for Your Soul

This week we continue our walk through the Book of Hebrews. Pastor James Ford shows us that only Jesus offers us true rest and that we can experience that rest through our faith in Him.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 4:1-13John 47:6-7a, 9bMatthew 11:28, 29cRevelation 14:13
5/21/202335 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Anatomy of Unbelief

5/14/202343 minutes, 20 seconds
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Today is the Day of Salvation

This week we continue our walk through the book of Hebrews. Pastor Josh Rowland shows how Hebrews 3 warns us to watch out for unbelief, and to continually encourage each other in the gospel, and that we have a daily need to repent and believe in Jesus.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 3:7-19Romans 5:1-2Matthew 11:28-30Romans 10:8b-9Non-Scriptural ReferencesRevival - D. Martyn Lloyd-JonesTo learn more, and to find how to plug into life at Remnant Church, visit remnantrva.com
5/14/202337 minutes, 34 seconds
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Consider Jesus

This week, Pastor Josh Rowland walks us through Hebrews 3:1-3 and asks us to rightly consider Jesus so we can realize how much greater he is than Moses or any other prophet before him. And as a result, we should hold on to Jesus tightly, centering our lives on him. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 3:1-6Numbers 12:5-9Deuteronomy 18:15Matthew 12:2-3To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
5/7/202337 minutes, 20 seconds
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Jesus is Greater Than Moses

This week, Pastor James Ford walks us through Hebrews 3:1-6 and asks us to consider Jesus and the glory he rightly deserves. And as a result, cling to him as the centerpiece of our lives.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 3:1-6Exodus 33:7-11Numbers 12:1-9Exodus 34:29-35Deuteronomy 18:15John 5:46To learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
5/7/202336 minutes, 3 seconds
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Why God Came as a Man

This week, Pastor Bryan Laughlin continues our series in Hebrews and shows us why God took on flesh in Jesus and accomplished what we could not. Uniting us as a worldwide integrated family and defeating death and the devil on the cross. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 2:10-18Hebrews 5:8-9John 6:35-40Ephesians 2:1-31 John 4:18-19Non-Scriptural References Letter by J. Gresham MachenAthanasian Creed (5th Century)Cur Deus Homo - AnselmTo learn more about Remnant, or find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.org
4/30/202338 minutes, 23 seconds
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Why God Became Man

This week, Pastor Doug Ponder continues our series in Hebrews. He explains why it was necessary for God to take on flesh in the form of Jesus and ultimately succeed where we have failed, creating a family united in him, defeating death and the devil on the cross, and becoming our High Priest. Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 2:10-18Hebrews 5:8-9Isaiah 1:2-4Zephaniah 3:17Genesis 2:16-17Non-Scriptural ReferenceOn the Incarnation of the Word of God - Athanasius of AlexandriaTo learn more about Remnant and to find where you can plug into life at our church, visit remnantrva.com
4/30/202337 minutes, 16 seconds
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Crowned with Glory and Honor

This week, Pastor Josh Rowland continues our series in Hebrews, illustrating how our ultimate identity is as created image-bearers of God and what that means for us today.Scripture ReferencesHebrews 2 5-9Habakkuk 2:14Psalm 8 5-8Genesis 1:26-28Revelation 5:9b-10Romans 8 20-22Luke 12:32Additional ReferenceOut of the Depths, The Autobiography of John Newton - John Newton
4/23/202337 minutes, 49 seconds
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Restored to Rule

Pastor James Ford continues our walk through the book of Hebrews, showing us our true identity as created image-bearers of God and how we can apply that reality in our daily lives.Scriptural ReferencesHebrews 2:5-9Genesis 1:26-28Psalm 8:3-9Ephesians 1:20-23Revelation 5:9-102 Timothy 2:12aRevelation 3:21
4/23/202329 minutes
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God Has Spoken In Jesus

Today, we celebrate Easter and the risen Lord Jesus as we begin our sermon series through the book of Hebrews titled "God Has Spoken."Teaching Pastor: Bryan LaughlinScripture References:Hebrews 1:1-31 Peter 1:10-11Isaiah 2:2-4Mark 1:15Luke 4:43Additional References:The Nicene CreedTo find more information about Remnant Church, visit remnantrva.com
4/9/202333 minutes, 56 seconds
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Semper Reformanda

4/2/202342 minutes, 21 seconds
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What's Wrong With the World?

3/12/202344 minutes, 57 seconds
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People of the Word

3/5/202343 minutes, 36 seconds
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Don't Be Afraid to Be a Christian

2/26/202342 minutes, 52 seconds
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Build and Fight

2/12/202343 minutes, 5 seconds
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Unity in Christ Alone

1/15/202343 minutes, 41 seconds
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Learning and Leaning into Hope in God

1/8/202340 minutes, 34 seconds
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We Are Still Here

1/1/202334 minutes, 21 seconds
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Thanksgiving & The Knowledge of God

11/20/202227 minutes, 47 seconds
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Whiter Than Snow

10/16/202245 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Joy of Forgiveness

9/18/202241 minutes, 35 seconds
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Christ Our Refuge

7/24/202241 minutes, 17 seconds
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Two Ways to Live

7/17/202238 minutes, 29 seconds
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Life After Life After Death

6/26/202245 minutes, 52 seconds
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Life After "Life After Death"

6/26/202234 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Gifts of the Church

5/15/202245 minutes, 53 seconds
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Why Membership Matters

5/8/202243 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Beast is Upon You

3/27/202249 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sealed

2/27/202237 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Seven Seals

2/27/202241 minutes, 15 seconds
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Hold On To My Name

2/20/202241 minutes, 15 seconds
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Apocalypse Now

1/9/202245 minutes, 24 seconds
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Jesus Came to Testify to The Truth

12/19/202139 minutes, 34 seconds
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We Are a Legacy

11/28/202146 minutes, 2 seconds
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We Are Disciples

10/17/202141 minutes, 45 seconds
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Jesus is a Rewarding Lord

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/12/202142 minutes, 1 second
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Saved by Grace

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/29/202149 minutes, 9 seconds
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Walking in Wisdom

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/13/202145 minutes, 12 seconds
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5 Rules for (New) Life

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/30/202143 minutes, 33 seconds
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The New Walk of the New Life

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/23/202144 minutes, 7 seconds
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United Together in Christ

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/9/202146 minutes, 45 seconds
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God's Plan

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/25/202141 minutes, 6 seconds
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Seeing with New Eyes

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/21/202139 minutes, 38 seconds
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Greetings

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/14/202145 minutes, 26 seconds
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Believing Thomas

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/24/202141 minutes, 7 seconds
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Christ the Dragon Slayer

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
1/3/202149 minutes, 3 seconds
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Worshiping is Loving Obedience

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/23/202049 minutes, 30 seconds
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Doing the Works of Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/16/202039 minutes, 35 seconds
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Jesus Take Us Home

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/9/202039 minutes, 27 seconds
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Tune In: Psalms 46

5/1/20205 minutes, 19 seconds
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Why Jesus Died

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/8/202041 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Disarming Grace of Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/23/202043 minutes, 12 seconds
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Think Well About Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/12/202042 minutes, 7 seconds
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Jesus Demands A Debate

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/12/202041 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Restoration of Ruin

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
1/5/202043 minutes, 45 seconds
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Peace on Earth, Goodwill Toward Men

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/22/201943 minutes, 24 seconds
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When Peace Comes

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/22/201941 minutes, 9 seconds
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Comfort for God's People

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/15/201948 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Beginning of the End

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/8/201950 minutes, 2 seconds
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Loving Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
10/27/201949 minutes, 8 seconds
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Women at Work: How to Stay Feminine in the Workplace

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201914 minutes, 8 seconds
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Adorn Q&A

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201926 minutes, 32 seconds
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Women as the Glory of Men: Why Femininity Isn't Feminism

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201918 minutes, 54 seconds
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Anatomy of Unbelief

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/29/201939 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Bible is All About Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/18/201944 minutes, 18 seconds
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Manliness

Once upon a time, men blessed the world. Women rarely had to open doors, and little old ladies never had to cross the street alone. Men took charge, worked hard, and laid down their lives—because that’s what they were made to do. But somewhere along the way, the world decided it no longer needed men. And faster than you could say “skinny jeans,” men were stripped of their masculinity and left stranded on the road between boyhood and androgyny. But today there are questions our gender neutral society has no answer for: misogyny, pornography, rape culture and #MeToo, bullying, school shootings, isolation and depression, single mothers, absentee fathers, the opioid epidemic, the Alt-Right. What if the problem isn’t too much masculinity, but nowhere near enough? What if the problem is that guys are told to be a man but nobody knows what that means anymore? What if instead of blaming “toxic masculinity” we recovered God’s compelling vision for men? Only then will we again be able to bless the world.
8/9/201956 minutes, 40 seconds
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The God Who Rescues Men

Once upon a time, men blessed the world. Women rarely had to open doors, and little old ladies never had to cross the street alone. Men took charge, worked hard, and laid down their lives—because that’s what they were made to do. But somewhere along the way, the world decided it no longer needed men. And faster than you could say “skinny jeans,” men were stripped of their masculinity and left stranded on the road between boyhood and androgyny. But today there are questions our gender neutral society has no answer for: misogyny, pornography, rape culture and #MeToo, bullying, school shootings, isolation and depression, single mothers, absentee fathers, the opioid epidemic, the Alt-Right. What if the problem isn’t too much masculinity, but nowhere near enough? What if the problem is that guys are told to be a man but nobody knows what that means anymore? What if instead of blaming “toxic masculinity” we recovered God’s compelling vision for men? Only then will we again be able to bless the world.
8/9/201955 minutes, 49 seconds
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Panel Discussion

Once upon a time, men blessed the world. Women rarely had to open doors, and little old ladies never had to cross the street alone. Men took charge, worked hard, and laid down their lives—because that’s what they were made to do. But somewhere along the way, the world decided it no longer needed men. And faster than you could say “skinny jeans,” men were stripped of their masculinity and left stranded on the road between boyhood and androgyny. But today there are questions our gender neutral society has no answer for: misogyny, pornography, rape culture and #MeToo, bullying, school shootings, isolation and depression, single mothers, absentee fathers, the opioid epidemic, the Alt-Right. What if the problem isn’t too much masculinity, but nowhere near enough? What if the problem is that guys are told to be a man but nobody knows what that means anymore? What if instead of blaming “toxic masculinity” we recovered God’s compelling vision for men? Only then will we again be able to bless the world.
8/9/201946 minutes, 47 seconds
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Resting in God's Work

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/4/201935 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Sign of What's to Come

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
5/19/201945 minutes, 6 seconds
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Belonging: Serve

Gym member. Club member. Party member. Church member. One of these things is not like the other. That’s because membership in the church isn’t about individuals united by common consumption, common interest, or even common concerns. Church membership is about belonging to Jesus and, therefore, to one another. Membership is about promising to live like we belong to both. And membership is about blessing—the church, the world, even yourself—as we pray, go, give, and serve together for the glory of God.
4/14/201947 minutes, 34 seconds
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Across The Jordan

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/31/201945 minutes, 49 seconds
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What Did You Expect?

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/31/201949 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Scriptures are Good

It is written. It is loved. It is hated. It is against the law in many places, Yet it is the source of law, its very basis. It is ancient. It is future. It is present. It is poetry, history, story, and blessing. It is knowledge carved into stones, And it’s printed on t-shirts, And plastered on billboards, And hung on the walls of our homes. It is ink on pages. It is scribal scribblings. It is eternal wisdom. It is life giving. It is the Word of God, A spoken script, A speaking Scripture, Holy Writ. It’s the word about the Word made flesh. It’s the words from the One whose breath Spoke and there was light, Separated the day from the night, Spoke again and there was life. And that Word is still speaking Through his written word: The word of the Lord, Sacred writings, Spirit’s sword. It’s a God-breathed, man-written Spoken Word for all the broken. And it was given to make us whole, ‘Cause man can’t live on bread alone.
2/17/201933 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Powerful Savior on His Grind

There is good news for failures and for dropouts. There is good news for the lonely and depressed. There is good news for seekers and for skeptics. There is good news for the burned-out and the stressed. There is good news for the haters and the hurting. There is good news for the poor and wealthy, too. There is good news for aimless and the hopeless. There is good news for everyone—even you.
11/18/201855 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Good News of New Creation

There is good news for failures and for dropouts. There is good news for the lonely and depressed. There is good news for seekers and for skeptics. There is good news for the burned-out and the stressed. There is good news for the haters and the hurting. There is good news for the poor and wealthy, too. There is good news for aimless and the hopeless. There is good news for everyone—even you.
11/11/201837 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Good News of The Kingdom

There is good news for failures and for dropouts. There is good news for the lonely and depressed. There is good news for seekers and for skeptics. There is good news for the burned-out and the stressed. There is good news for the haters and the hurting. There is good news for the poor and wealthy, too. There is good news for aimless and the hopeless. There is good news for everyone—even you.
11/4/201842 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Good News is Good News

There is good news for failures and for dropouts. There is good news for the lonely and depressed. There is good news for seekers and for skeptics. There is good news for the burned-out and the stressed. There is good news for the haters and the hurting. There is good news for the poor and wealthy, too. There is good news for aimless and the hopeless. There is good news for everyone—even you.
10/21/201840 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Blessing of Parenting

Like light shining in a dark place, like leaven mixed into a lump of dough, or like seed sown in fertile soil, the kingdom of Christ is advancing as the gospel bears fruit in all the world. For this gospel is the good news of the One through whom and for whom all things were made. It’s the good news of how He rescues and redeems, overcoming our rebellion to make us heirs with his Son. It’s the good news of how He slays religion with the gift of his grace. It’s the good news of how He forgives sinners, cancels our debts, and triumphs over our strongest enemies. It is, in other words, the good news of how God shall overcome every obstacle to reconcile us to himself, and to one another, by making peace through his blood shed on the cross.
6/10/201847 minutes, 37 seconds
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Dying to Live

Like light shining in a dark place, like leaven mixed into a lump of dough, or like seed sown in fertile soil, the kingdom of Christ is advancing as the gospel bears fruit in all the world. For this gospel is the good news of the One through whom and for whom all things were made. It’s the good news of how He rescues and redeems, overcoming our rebellion to make us heirs with his Son. It’s the good news of how He slays religion with the gift of his grace. It’s the good news of how He forgives sinners, cancels our debts, and triumphs over our strongest enemies. It is, in other words, the good news of how God shall overcome every obstacle to reconcile us to himself, and to one another, by making peace through his blood shed on the cross.
4/29/201841 minutes, 39 seconds
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Raised in Christ

Like light shining in a dark place, like leaven mixed into a lump of dough, or like seed sown in fertile soil, the kingdom of Christ is advancing as the gospel bears fruit in all the world. For this gospel is the good news of the One through whom and for whom all things were made. It’s the good news of how He rescues and redeems, overcoming our rebellion to make us heirs with his Son. It’s the good news of how He slays religion with the gift of his grace. It’s the good news of how He forgives sinners, cancels our debts, and triumphs over our strongest enemies. It is, in other words, the good news of how God shall overcome every obstacle to reconcile us to himself, and to one another, by making peace through his blood shed on the cross.
4/22/201837 minutes, 10 seconds
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Lord, Help!

Like light shining in a dark place, like leaven mixed into a lump of dough, or like seed sown in fertile soil, the kingdom of Christ is advancing as the gospel bears fruit in all the world. For this gospel is the good news of the One through whom and for whom all things were made. It’s the good news of how He rescues and redeems, overcoming our rebellion to make us heirs with his Son. It’s the good news of how He slays religion with the gift of his grace. It’s the good news of how He forgives sinners, cancels our debts, and triumphs over our strongest enemies. It is, in other words, the good news of how God shall overcome every obstacle to reconcile us to himself, and to one another, by making peace through his blood shed on the cross.
4/15/201842 minutes, 39 seconds
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Why Easter?

Like light shining in a dark place, like leaven mixed into a lump of dough, or like seed sown in fertile soil, the kingdom of Christ is advancing as the gospel bears fruit in all the world. For this gospel is the good news of the One through whom and for whom all things were made. It’s the good news of how He rescues and redeems, overcoming our rebellion to make us heirs with his Son. It’s the good news of how He slays religion with the gift of his grace. It’s the good news of how He forgives sinners, cancels our debts, and triumphs over our strongest enemies. It is, in other words, the good news of how God shall overcome every obstacle to reconcile us to himself, and to one another, by making peace through his blood shed on the cross.
4/1/201841 minutes, 58 seconds
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A New Purpose

An Advent Series
12/17/201747 minutes, 45 seconds
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Where is Life Taking You?

Constantly scrolling. Always consuming. Posting selfies. Binging movies. Looking for likes. Sharing causes. Snapchating moments. Subtweeting disagreements. Instagramming breakfast. Being distracted. Fearful of missing out. Feeling anxious. Getting restless. Growing hopeless... For most of us this is what life has become. The rapid changes of recent years have swept us away like powerful currents. We are so enamored with what we can do today that we have ceased to wonder if there’s a better way. Yet God meets us where we are with good news for every age—not with tips or tricks for navigating the world today, but with the offer of life in another world altogether. The gospel sets us free to enjoy life with God in the 21st Century.
11/12/201747 minutes, 42 seconds
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What is Truth? Q & A

Constantly scrolling. Always consuming. Posting selfies. Binging movies. Looking for likes. Sharing causes. Snapchating moments. Subtweeting disagreements. Instagramming breakfast. Being distracted. Fearful of missing out. Feeling anxious. Getting restless. Growing hopeless... For most of us this is what life has become. The rapid changes of recent years have swept us away like powerful currents. We are so enamored with what we can do today that we have ceased to wonder if there’s a better way. Yet God meets us where we are with good news for every age—not with tips or tricks for navigating the world today, but with the offer of life in another world altogether. The gospel sets us free to enjoy life with God in the 21st Century.
11/5/201713 minutes, 36 seconds
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iDentity Q & A

Constantly scrolling. Always consuming. Posting selfies. Binging movies. Looking for likes. Sharing causes. Snapchating moments. Subtweeting disagreements. Instagramming breakfast. Being distracted. Fearful of missing out. Feeling anxious. Getting restless. Growing hopeless... For most of us this is what life has become. The rapid changes of recent years have swept us away like powerful currents. We are so enamored with what we can do today that we have ceased to wonder if there’s a better way. Yet God meets us where we are with good news for every age—not with tips or tricks for navigating the world today, but with the offer of life in another world altogether. The gospel sets us free to enjoy life with God in the 21st Century.
10/8/201713 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Pattern and the Precious Gift

A final farewell, a piece of parting advice, a last request—when the end of life is near, the gravity of death adds weight to the words that are spoken. They make an impact. They stick with us. They leave their mark. The same is true of Paul's last letter to young Timothy. Writing from death row, Paul sent the letter to Timothy, his beloved son in the faith. Here are Paul’s last words to a “young buck,” his mature counsel about what really matters, his ultimate exhortations to Timothy—and to us. Guard the gospel. Be strong in grace. Pursue righteousness. Endure hardship. Fight the good fight. And above all, keep the faith. For the strength that enables us to endure is found in the One who rescued us, upholds us, and will carry us safely to the end.
5/21/201746 minutes, 36 seconds
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No More Shame

A final farewell, a piece of parting advice, a last request—when the end of life is near, the gravity of death adds weight to the words that are spoken. They make an impact. They stick with us. They leave their mark. The same is true of Paul's last letter to young Timothy. Writing from death row, Paul sent the letter to Timothy, his beloved son in the faith. Here are Paul’s last words to a “young buck,” his mature counsel about what really matters, his ultimate exhortations to Timothy—and to us. Guard the gospel. Be strong in grace. Pursue righteousness. Endure hardship. Fight the good fight. And above all, keep the faith. For the strength that enables us to endure is found in the One who rescued us, upholds us, and will carry us safely to the end.
5/14/201741 minutes, 38 seconds
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Weakness to Strength

The conflict which we witness in the world today is at bottom a conflict over the question, What is man? – Martin Luther King, Jr. What is man that you are mindful of him? -Psalm 8:4 Only God knows who we are, because he knows who he created us to be: We are lovers and learners. We are workers and worshippers. We are moral and social and sexual beings. We are humans, and we belong to Jesus, the Son of God and Son of Man.
10/30/201635 minutes, 25 seconds
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To God Be the Glory

8/7/201651 minutes, 37 seconds
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Present Help in Difficult Times

5/29/201636 minutes, 8 seconds
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Humble Teachers

No child is born with an owner's manual in hand, but that doesn't mean raising children is a choose-your-own-adventure story. After all, God created the family, so apart from him we've got no hope of helping children become what God created them to be. The good news is we haven't been left to figure out parenting on our own. God's Word speaks powerfully about what it means to be a parent, and his grace promises to help us every step of the way.
5/7/201629 minutes, 37 seconds
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Deep and Wide

2/21/201641 minutes, 21 seconds
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Follows

Our lives are more than a few radical decisions and "life-changing moments" separated by long stretches of time. No, the story of our lives is written in the millions of seemingly insignificant things that we carry on for decades. It's the everyday of life where God meets us, working through ordinary means to accomplish his extraordinary purposes.Weekly church gatherings, humble service, diverse vocations, conversations with friends, simple bread and wine -- these are how God changes the world, but they would be lifeless apart from Jesus. He breathes life into dust and forms the clay, turning his ordinary church into the extraordinary people of God, a community set apart for the "radical" work of everyday faithfulness.
11/29/201540 minutes, 23 seconds
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Gathers

Our lives are more than a few radical decisions and "life-changing moments" separated by long stretches of time. No, the story of our lives is written in the millions of seemingly insignificant things that we carry on for decades. It's the everyday of life where God meets us, working through ordinary means to accomplish his extraordinary purposes.Weekly church gatherings, humble service, diverse vocations, conversations with friends, simple bread and wine -- these are how God changes the world, but they would be lifeless apart from Jesus. He breathes life into dust and forms the clay, turning his ordinary church into the extraordinary people of God, a community set apart for the "radical" work of everyday faithfulness.
11/1/201547 minutes, 2 seconds
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Worships Q & A

Our lives are more than a few radical decisions and "life-changing moments" separated by long stretches of time. No, the story of our lives is written in the millions of seemingly insignificant things that we carry on for decades. It's the everyday of life where God meets us, working through ordinary means to accomplish his extraordinary purposes.Weekly church gatherings, humble service, diverse vocations, conversations with friends, simple bread and wine -- these are how God changes the world, but they would be lifeless apart from Jesus. He breathes life into dust and forms the clay, turning his ordinary church into the extraordinary people of God, a community set apart for the "radical" work of everyday faithfulness.
10/11/201512 minutes, 17 seconds
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What is Your Life?

Born a sibling to the Savior of the world, James rejected his brother until the resurrection of Jesus changed him forever. His doubts melted and his fears relieved, James was changed from a hard skeptic into a die-hard follower of Jesus. He later became an influential pastor in Jerusalem, where he preached the good news about Jesus until he was murdered for his beliefs. James also wrote down his thoughts in a book that bears his name. These 'reflections of a former skeptic' show us how God used the gospel to fill the emptiness of his old life with genuine wisdom, humility, and faith—and God is still doing the same for us today
8/30/201548 minutes, 52 seconds
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Avoiding Hypocrisy

Born a sibling to the Savior of the world, James rejected his brother until the resurrection of Jesus changed him forever. His doubts melted and his fears relieved, James was changed from a hard skeptic into a die-hard follower of Jesus. He later became an influential pastor in Jerusalem, where he preached the good news about Jesus until he was murdered for his beliefs. James also wrote down his thoughts in a book that bears his name. These 'reflections of a former skeptic' show us how God used the gospel to fill the emptiness of his old life with genuine wisdom, humility, and faith—and God is still doing the same for us today
7/12/201555 minutes, 34 seconds
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From Death to New Life

Jesus is the only source of lasting hope for a hopeless world. All other “hopes” are merely fairytale wishes and delusional dreams that cannot deal with the difficulties of life. They distract us for a moment, then they go with us to the grave. But Jesus is our living hope, victoriously risen from the dead. Without him, the world is dark, desperate, doomed. But with Jesus and the hope he gives, even our toughest trials can be faced with joy.
5/31/201552 minutes, 21 seconds
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Hope Through Injustice

Jesus is the only source of lasting hope for a hopeless world. All other “hopes” are merely fairytale wishes and delusional dreams that cannot deal with the difficulties of life. They distract us for a moment, then they go with us to the grave. But Jesus is our living hope, victoriously risen from the dead. Without him, the world is dark, desperate, doomed. But with Jesus and the hope he gives, even our toughest trials can be faced with joy.
5/10/20151 hour, 18 seconds
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Once a Child, Always a Child

The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Emmanuel (which means, 'God with us')." "And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."Thus the book of Matthew ends as it began: with Jesus and the promise of God with us. For Jesus is the son of the promise and the risen Lord who is with his people always. He is God with us to save the hopeless, God with us to heal the broken, God with us to bring his kingdom, and God with us to right all wrongs.He was Lord of all and yet a servant, come to set his people free. From our many sins he saved us, born a child and yet a king. Jesus is God with us.
1/11/201551 minutes, 32 seconds
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A World without Joy

For centuries God prepared his people for the coming of his Son, Jesus, the promised Messiah and Lord of all creation. His birth marked the dawn of redeeming grace and a turning point in the history of the world. Centuries later his coming is still celebrated during Advent and Christmas, the season for remembering that Jesus is the foundation for everything.Because if we took Jesus out of the world, what would we have left? A world a where our selfishness is excused and even celebrated, a world where our sorrows are numbed but never cured, a world where chaos and confusion are the order of the day, a world where the fate of everyone would only be death and meaninglessness. That's the world without Jesus.But the world with Jesus is radically different: his life gives joy, his rule brings peace, his death defines love, and his resurrection sustains hope. Love, joy, peace, and hope—they are Jesus' gifts to the world, and he gives them freely to all who come to him.
12/7/201445 minutes, 31 seconds
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life-life

We're born. We live for a brief instant. And then we die" - Steve Jobs"Life is absurd." - Albert Camus"Life is beautiful." - Roberto Benigni"Life is like a box of chocolates..." - Forrest GumpLife-no word seems so meaningful yet so misunderstood. What's the point? Do our lives have meaning? How can we know" Who can make sense of it all?Rising above the sound and the fury, the words of jesus greet our ears like the echo of a tune we have not heard, like news from a country we have never visited: "I am the way, the truth, and the life." "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."Jesus says this as the author of all truth and our only real hope. For Jesus not only makes sense of our lives, he himself is the source of all life. And he gives life freely to those who look to him.
11/2/201459 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Way to a Flourishing Marriage

9/29/201449 minutes, 8 seconds
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Raising Children to Trust Jesus

9/29/20141 hour, 7 minutes, 40 seconds
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Men Like Jesus

9/28/201455 minutes, 43 seconds
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Jesus Alone Saves

9/28/201443 minutes, 42 seconds
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life-happiness

We're born. We live for a brief instant. And then we die" - Steve Jobs"Life is absurd." - Albert Camus"Life is beautiful." - Roberto Benigni"Life is like a box of chocolates..." - Forrest GumpLife-no word seems so meaningful yet so misunderstood. What's the point? Do our lives have meaning? How can we know" Who can make sense of it all?Rising above the sound and the fury, the words of jesus greet our ears like the echo of a tune we have not heard, like news from a country we have never visited: "I am the way, the truth, and the life." "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."Jesus says this as the author of all truth and our only real hope. For Jesus not only makes sense of our lives, he himself is the source of all life. And he gives life freely to those who look to him.
9/7/201453 minutes, 29 seconds
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Faith that Conquers Fear

The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Emmanuel (which means, 'God with us')." "And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."Thus the book of Matthew ends as it began: with Jesus and the promise of God with us. For Jesus is the son of the promise and the risen Lord who is with his people always. He is God with us to save the hopeless, God with us to heal the broken, God with us to bring his kingdom, and God with us to right all wrongs.He was Lord of all and yet a servant, come to set his people free. From our many sins he saved us, born a child and yet a king. Jesus is God with us.
7/20/201452 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Parables of the Kingdom

The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Emmanuel (which means, 'God with us')." "And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."Thus the book of Matthew ends as it began: with Jesus and the promise of God with us. For Jesus is the son of the promise and the risen Lord who is with his people always. He is God with us to save the hopeless, God with us to heal the broken, God with us to bring his kingdom, and God with us to right all wrongs.He was Lord of all and yet a servant, come to set his people free. From our many sins he saved us, born a child and yet a king. Jesus is God with us.
7/6/201447 minutes, 37 seconds
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Will Your Life Stand?

The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Emmanuel (which means, 'God with us')." "And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."Thus the book of Matthew ends as it began: with Jesus and the promise of God with us. For Jesus is the son of the promise and the risen Lord who is with his people always. He is God with us to save the hopeless, God with us to heal the broken, God with us to bring his kingdom, and God with us to right all wrongs.He was Lord of all and yet a servant, come to set his people free. From our many sins he saved us, born a child and yet a king. Jesus is God with us.
4/6/201459 minutes, 40 seconds
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God's Liberation Plan

The virgin will conceive and bear a son, and they will call him Emmanuel (which means, 'God with us')." "And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."Thus the book of Matthew ends as it began: with Jesus and the promise of God with us. For Jesus is the son of the promise and the risen Lord who is with his people always. He is God with us to save the hopeless, God with us to heal the broken, God with us to bring his kingdom, and God with us to right all wrongs.He was Lord of all and yet a servant, come to set his people free. From our many sins he saved us, born a child and yet a king. Jesus is God with us.
1/5/201447 minutes, 45 seconds
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Kids Are A Blessing?

When God created the universe he didn't make a giant grey lump. He stretched out the heavens like a canvas, filling them with objects of various colors and shapes and sizes. He established the laws of nature and the order of the world. He created life where there was no life, giving his creatures the capacity to bring forth new generations as diverse as every life form on the planet. And he did all of this on purpose-diversity by design. God established differences in his creation so that all things might complemenet each other as they live in accordance with his wise plan.But mankind's rebellion against God brought disorder into the world. Instead of diversity in harmony, we live in alienation and prejudice. Instead of finding beauty in our complementary natures, we push for sameness. Instead of right and wrong, we talk of customs and opinions. This has not led to greater freedom and happiness, but to confusion and despair. Only Jesus leads us to see the beauty of God's diverse creation and our place in it, so that he is glorified, we are satisfied, and the world is renewed.
10/27/20131 hour, 3 minutes, 55 seconds
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Jesus Saves Men from Themselves

Pornography, premarital sex, rape, domestic abuse, violent crime, adultery, divorce-all these issues point to one central problem: we have too many boys and not enough men, too many boyfriends and not enough husbands, too many baby daddies and not enough fathers. We have too many boys with video game achievements and not enough men with real-life virtues. We have too many boys who are zealous for sports and not enough men who are zealous for Christ.But there is hope. Jesus not only shows us what it means to be a man, he also enables us to live as God intends through the grace of the gospel and his life-giving Spirit. Join us for one night of humble and honest words from our heavenly Father about how to be the kind of men we were created to be.
10/18/20131 hour, 8 minutes, 42 seconds
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Jesus-Men

Pornography, premarital sex, rape, domestic abuse, violent crime, adultery, divorce-all these issues point to one central problem: we have too many boys and not enough men, too many boyfriends and not enough husbands, too many baby daddies and not enough fathers. We have too many boys with video game achievements and not enough men with real-life virtues. We have too many boys who are zealous for sports and not enough men who are zealous for Christ.But there is hope. Jesus not only shows us what it means to be a man, he also enables us to live as God intends through the grace of the gospel and his life-giving Spirit. Join us for one night of humble and honest words from our heavenly Father about how to be the kind of men we were created to be.
10/18/201358 minutes, 4 seconds
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No One Can Judge Me?

When God created the universe he didn't make a giant grey lump. He stretched out the heavens like a canvas, filling them with objects of various colors and shapes and sizes. He established the laws of nature and the order of the world. He created life where there was no life, giving his creatures the capacity to bring forth new generations as diverse as every life form on the planet. And he did all of this on purpose-diversity by design. God established differences in his creation so that all things might complemenet each other as they live in accordance with his wise plan.But mankind's rebellion against God brought disorder into the world. Instead of diversity in harmony, we live in alienation and prejudice. Instead of finding beauty in our complementary natures, we push for sameness. Instead of right and wrong, we talk of customs and opinions. This has not led to greater freedom and happiness, but to confusion and despair. Only Jesus leads us to see the beauty of God's diverse creation and our place in it, so that he is glorified, we are satisfied, and the world is renewed.
9/29/201342 minutes, 4 seconds
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Q&A No One Can Judge Me?

When God created the universe he didn't make a giant grey lump. He stretched out the heavens like a canvas, filling them with objects of various colors and shapes and sizes. He established the laws of nature and the order of the world. He created life where there was no life, giving his creatures the capacity to bring forth new generations as diverse as every life form on the planet. And he did all of this on purpose-diversity by design. God established differences in his creation so that all things might complemenet each other as they live in accordance with his wise plan.But mankind's rebellion against God brought disorder into the world. Instead of diversity in harmony, we live in alienation and prejudice. Instead of finding beauty in our complementary natures, we push for sameness. Instead of right and wrong, we talk of customs and opinions. This has not led to greater freedom and happiness, but to confusion and despair. Only Jesus leads us to see the beauty of God's diverse creation and our place in it, so that he is glorified, we are satisfied, and the world is renewed.
9/29/201317 minutes, 24 seconds
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God Cares for Us

Paul the apostle explained to the Christians at Philippi, "The only thing that matters is that your way of life be worthy of the gospel of Christ." We have the same calling, since we belong to the same Lord. In humility the Lord Jesus became as we are, so that we might become as he is. It's his grace that makes us citizens of heaven, and it's the same grace that changes us from the inside out, replacing our anger with patience, our anxiety with peace, our selfishness with generosity, our rivalry with love, our division with unity, and our sorrow with joy.
8/18/201347 minutes, 37 seconds
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What are the Scriptures?

The gospel is like the ocean. Its shores are shallow, but its bottoms are deep. It is friendly enough to welcome a child, but profound enough to study forever. The gospel is also like a building. It has one foundation, fixed and firm, but its ceiling's only limit is the builder's imagination. It's basic, yet boundless. It's simple, yet complex. It's one gem, yet it has many facets. It's the gospel, and it's good news that changes everything.
7/7/201349 minutes, 39 seconds
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Who is God?

The gospel is like the ocean. Its shores are shallow, but its bottoms are deep. It is friendly enough to welcome a child, but profound enough to study forever. The gospel is also like a building. It has one foundation, fixed and firm, but its ceiling's only limit is the builder's imagination. It's basic, yet boundless. It's simple, yet complex. It's one gem, yet it has many facets. It's the gospel, and it's good news that changes everything.
5/5/201354 minutes, 29 seconds
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Jesus Died; Now We Live

Even though the book of Acts records the story of the early church, its author says that the book is all about what Jesus is continuing to do and teach. So instead of thinking of the book as "The Acts of the Apostles" or "The Acts of the Church", we should think of it as "The Acts of Jesus – Part II", since he is the main focus and principal actor.When we come to the end of the book, we find it's not much of an ending at all. The story continues, and we're part of it! In this way the book is also like a play in which we are invited to become "actors" ourselves, people with specific roles and speaking parts. Like the rest of Jesus' followers throughout the book, we are called to proclaim Jesus as Lord—not as a distant memory of a fallen ruler-but as a living and powerful King, a person who continues to act within the real world. The resurrection was real. Jesus really is alive. And his risen body marks the beginning of God's new creation, a renewal that restores what God has made through the powerful working of the Spirit who liberates us from our slavery to sin and death, and calls us to proclaim Jesus' redeeming reign in all we say and do.
2/17/201346 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Business of Religion

Even though the book of Acts records the story of the early church, its author says that the book is all about what Jesus is continuing to do and teach. So instead of thinking of the book as "The Acts of the Apostles" or "The Acts of the Church", we should think of it as "The Acts of Jesus – Part II", since he is the main focus and principal actor.When we come to the end of the book, we find it's not much of an ending at all. The story continues, and we're part of it! In this way the book is also like a play in which we are invited to become "actors" ourselves, people with specific roles and speaking parts. Like the rest of Jesus' followers throughout the book, we are called to proclaim Jesus as Lord—not as a distant memory of a fallen ruler-but as a living and powerful King, a person who continues to act within the real world. The resurrection was real. Jesus really is alive. And his risen body marks the beginning of God's new creation, a renewal that restores what God has made through the powerful working of the Spirit who liberates us from our slavery to sin and death, and calls us to proclaim Jesus' redeeming reign in all we say and do.
1/27/201346 minutes, 20 seconds
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God Saves; Preach Jesus

Even though the book of Acts records the story of the early church, its author says that the book is all about what Jesus is continuing to do and teach. So instead of thinking of the book as "The Acts of the Apostles" or "The Acts of the Church", we should think of it as "The Acts of Jesus – Part II", since he is the main focus and principal actor.When we come to the end of the book, we find it's not much of an ending at all. The story continues, and we're part of it! In this way the book is also like a play in which we are invited to become "actors" ourselves, people with specific roles and speaking parts. Like the rest of Jesus' followers throughout the book, we are called to proclaim Jesus as Lord—not as a distant memory of a fallen ruler-but as a living and powerful King, a person who continues to act within the real world. The resurrection was real. Jesus really is alive. And his risen body marks the beginning of God's new creation, a renewal that restores what God has made through the powerful working of the Spirit who liberates us from our slavery to sin and death, and calls us to proclaim Jesus' redeeming reign in all we say and do.
1/6/201334 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Truly Generous Life

Greed is a subtle and deadly sin. It grows in our hearts like a weed that slyly slinks up from the ground, slowly choking the life of a garden. "Watch out!" Jesus says, "Be on guard against all kinds of greed" (Luke 12:15). He also warned, "No one can serve two masters, for he will either love one and hate the other, or he will devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and Mammon [money]" (Matt. 6:24). But we pay little attention to his warnings, because we don't think we're greedy—perhaps the truest sign that greed already has gripped our hearts! This is tragic, for the way of greed is the way of emptiness and death. It is why we have a culture of consumption, but feel like we can never get enough. It is why we talk of "moderation" while we live in extravagant abundance. And it is why we spend on ourselves instead of using what we have to love and serve those around us.Yet there is hope in the gospel of grace. Jesus left the glories of heaven, becoming destitute for our sake, so that through him we might become rich in what truly matters: grace upon grace (2 Cor. 8:9). This grace changes hearts filled with greed into hearts filled with generosity. For when we grasp what we've been given by the grace of Jesus, we'll find it easier to let go of fleeting things (Heb. 10:34), and we'll learn that he wasn't lying when he said, "It is more blessed to give than receive" (Acts 20:35).
11/25/201255 minutes, 22 seconds
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Staying On Mission

Even though the book of Acts records the story of the early church, its author says that the book is all about what Jesus is continuing to do and teach. So instead of thinking of the book as "The Acts of the Apostles" or "The Acts of the Church", we should think of it as "The Acts of Jesus – Part II", since he is the main focus and principal actor.When we come to the end of the book, we find it's not much of an ending at all. The story continues, and we're part of it! In this way the book is also like a play in which we are invited to become "actors" ourselves, people with specific roles and speaking parts. Like the rest of Jesus' followers throughout the book, we are called to proclaim Jesus as Lord—not as a distant memory of a fallen ruler-but as a living and powerful King, a person who continues to act within the real world. The resurrection was real. Jesus really is alive. And his risen body marks the beginning of God's new creation, a renewal that restores what God has made through the powerful working of the Spirit who liberates us from our slavery to sin and death, and calls us to proclaim Jesus' redeeming reign in all we say and do.
8/26/201249 minutes, 55 seconds
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Jesus Saves

Even though the book of Acts records the story of the early church, its author says that the book is all about what Jesus is continuing to do and teach. So instead of thinking of the book as "The Acts of the Apostles" or "The Acts of the Church", we should think of it as "The Acts of Jesus – Part II", since he is the main focus and principal actor.When we come to the end of the book, we find it's not much of an ending at all. The story continues, and we're part of it! In this way the book is also like a play in which we are invited to become "actors" ourselves, people with specific roles and speaking parts. Like the rest of Jesus' followers throughout the book, we are called to proclaim Jesus as Lord—not as a distant memory of a fallen ruler-but as a living and powerful King, a person who continues to act within the real world. The resurrection was real. Jesus really is alive. And his risen body marks the beginning of God's new creation, a renewal that restores what God has made through the powerful working of the Spirit who liberates us from our slavery to sin and death, and calls us to proclaim Jesus' redeeming reign in all we say and do.
5/27/20121 hour, 32 minutes, 2 seconds
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Dead Orthodox Religion

It breeds self-righteousness and intolerance. It uses guilt and shame to control people. It's what is wrong with the world. And Jesus hates it. For the message of religion—"I obey, therefore I'm accepted"—is the opposite of the gospel: "I'm accepted in Jesus, therefore I obey."
10/2/201153 minutes, 37 seconds
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The Doctrines of the Church

42 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Lord of Hosts

Pastor Josh Rowland continues our series in Hebrews.
4/16/202338 minutes, 10 seconds
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Jesus is Greater than the Angels

Pastor James Ford continues our in Hebrews.
4/16/202336 minutes
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God's Continual, Lasting and Permanent Renewal for His People

4/2/202347 minutes, 40 seconds
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God's Great Work

3/26/202344 minutes, 5 seconds
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God's Great Work

3/26/202336 minutes, 57 seconds
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God Calls Us To Be Different

3/19/202344 minutes, 9 seconds
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Christians Are Different

3/19/202346 minutes, 17 seconds
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Grace That Is Greater Than All Our Sin

3/12/202340 minutes, 22 seconds
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Is The Bible God's Word

3/5/202344 minutes, 39 seconds
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Don't Be Afraid to Be(come) a Christian

2/26/202344 minutes, 12 seconds
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Biblical Justice

2/19/202341 minutes, 9 seconds
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God is Just and Loves Just Deeds

2/19/202337 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Sword and the Trowel

2/12/202345 minutes, 37 seconds
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We’ve Got Work to Do

2/5/202343 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Christian Social Project

2/5/202342 minutes, 22 seconds
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Remembering Where To Start

1/29/202344 minutes, 36 seconds
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Servants Who Delight to Revere God

1/29/202340 minutes, 35 seconds
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Praise The Trustworthy God

1/22/202343 minutes, 25 seconds
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Praise The Lord

1/22/202342 minutes, 27 seconds
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Beautiful Brotherhood

1/15/202344 minutes, 21 seconds
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Hope In Jesus

1/8/202342 minutes, 33 seconds
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When You Have Jesus, You Have Everything

12/18/202242 minutes, 22 seconds
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Enjoying Life With Jesus

12/18/202239 minutes, 37 seconds
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Waiting in Hope

12/11/202241 minutes, 45 seconds
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With You There is Forgiveness

12/11/202238 minutes, 10 seconds
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Jesus is Lord

12/4/202242 minutes, 16 seconds
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Everlasting King and Priest

12/4/202243 minutes, 26 seconds
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Bless The Lord

11/27/202238 minutes, 35 seconds
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Remembering All God’s Benefits

11/27/202241 minutes, 8 seconds
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Acknowledge That The Lord Is God

11/20/202238 minutes, 17 seconds
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Worthy of Worship

11/13/202239 minutes, 43 seconds
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Worthy of Worship

11/13/202236 minutes, 13 seconds
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Don't Waste Your Life

11/6/202241 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Man of God

11/6/202238 minutes, 5 seconds
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How to Overcome a Crisis of Faith

10/30/202236 minutes, 28 seconds
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Life Lessons from a Seasoned Saint

10/23/202241 minutes, 38 seconds
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The Rock for (All) The Ages

10/23/202237 minutes, 47 seconds
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The Repentant Heart

10/16/202241 minutes, 23 seconds
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Christ Our Fortress

10/9/202229 minutes, 7 seconds
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Christ is Our Refuge

10/9/202241 minutes, 1 second
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(How To) Hope in the Lord

10/2/202240 minutes, 44 seconds
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Hope in Christ

10/2/202244 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Lord Delivers The Righteous

9/25/202243 minutes, 1 second
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The Lord Delivers

9/25/202242 minutes, 37 seconds
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The Joy of Forgiveness

9/18/202236 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Lord Is My Shepherd

9/11/202235 minutes, 48 seconds
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The Good Shepherd

9/11/202239 minutes, 17 seconds
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He Has Done It

9/4/202236 minutes, 43 seconds
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God Has Not Abandoned Us

9/4/202237 minutes, 30 seconds
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God is There, And He is Not Silent

8/28/202239 minutes, 58 seconds
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He is Not Silent

8/28/202245 minutes, 18 seconds
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The Heart of Folly

8/21/202242 minutes, 24 seconds
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There is a God

8/21/202240 minutes, 36 seconds
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The End Of Us Is The Beginning With God

8/14/202241 minutes, 36 seconds
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How Long, O Lord

8/14/202235 minutes, 53 seconds
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Dealing with Insignificance

8/7/202240 minutes, 32 seconds
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You Matter to God

8/7/202242 minutes, 26 seconds
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Hope in Trouble

7/31/202242 minutes, 22 seconds
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Dealing With Fear

7/31/202244 minutes, 39 seconds
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Kiss The Son

7/24/202240 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Pursuit of Happiness

7/17/202241 minutes, 11 seconds
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Long Time Coming

7/10/202240 minutes, 55 seconds
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Behold I Am Coming Soon

7/10/202246 minutes, 50 seconds
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All Things New

7/3/202235 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Endless Day

7/3/202240 minutes, 4 seconds
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Reasons for Unshakable Christian Hope

6/19/202244 minutes, 17 seconds
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When He Returns

6/19/202241 minutes, 48 seconds
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Come Out of Babylon and Cling to Christ

6/12/202241 minutes, 48 seconds
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Bablyon(s) Will Fall

6/12/202238 minutes, 10 seconds
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Babylon the (Not So) Great

6/5/202244 minutes, 17 seconds
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We All Live in Babylon

6/5/202241 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Church Triumphant

5/29/202243 minutes, 8 seconds
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Jesus Builds His Church

5/29/202238 minutes, 13 seconds
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Love That Gives

5/22/202239 minutes, 6 seconds
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Love That Gives

5/22/202234 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Gifts of The Spirit

5/15/202246 minutes, 29 seconds
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God Tells Us Who We Are

5/8/202236 minutes, 2 seconds
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Membership Begins with Doctrine

5/1/202246 minutes, 23 seconds
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Bootleg Christianity

4/24/202241 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Deadly Lie of Nominal Christianity

4/24/202236 minutes, 51 seconds
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Responding to the Resurrection

4/17/202239 minutes, 19 seconds
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Seven Bowls

4/10/202245 minutes, 40 seconds
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Come Lord Jesus

4/10/202244 minutes, 37 seconds
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People Get Ready, Jesus is Coming

4/3/202258 minutes, 34 seconds
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When the Man Comes Around

4/3/202249 minutes, 8 seconds
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The King of the Beasts

3/27/202245 minutes, 3 seconds
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Letter to Thyatira

3/20/202248 minutes, 11 seconds
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God's Love through Discipline

3/20/202244 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Woman, the Dragon, and the Child

3/13/202245 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Dragon Throw Down

3/13/202248 minutes, 11 seconds
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A Time to Rejoice

3/6/202241 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Seven Trumpets

3/6/202249 minutes, 6 seconds
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Everybody Listens to Somebody

2/20/202241 minutes, 14 seconds
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Worthy of Worship

2/13/202238 minutes, 20 seconds
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The Lamb Upon His Throne

2/13/202248 minutes, 1 second
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The Future is Secure

2/6/202234 minutes, 56 seconds
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Revelation 2:8-11 | Your Life Has a Future

2/6/202245 minutes, 34 seconds
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First Love

1/30/202243 minutes, 28 seconds
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To the Loveless Church

1/30/202236 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Son of Man

1/23/202239 minutes, 18 seconds
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Now is the Time

1/9/202243 minutes, 32 seconds
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Jesus Came to Destroy the Works of the Devil

1/2/202247 minutes, 52 seconds
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Jesus Came to Seek and Save the Lost

12/26/202142 minutes
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Jesus Came to Testify to the Truth

12/19/202143 minutes, 29 seconds
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Christ Came to Redeem a People

12/12/202141 minutes, 4 seconds
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Jesus Forms a Distinct People

12/12/202133 minutes, 32 seconds
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Jesus Came to Fulfill The Law

12/5/202139 minutes, 15 seconds
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Christ Came to Fulfill the Law

12/5/202147 minutes, 15 seconds
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A Distinct Legacy

11/28/202144 minutes, 36 seconds
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Distinct Prayer

11/21/202135 minutes, 59 seconds
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We Are Dependent

11/21/202144 minutes, 3 seconds
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We Are Men and Women

11/14/202147 minutes, 12 seconds
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Distinctly Men and Women

11/14/202145 minutes, 3 seconds
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Christians Are Generous

11/7/202141 minutes, 35 seconds
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We Are Generous

11/7/202142 minutes, 12 seconds
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Distinct Neighbors

10/31/202139 minutes, 3 seconds
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We Are Neighbors

10/31/202145 minutes, 43 seconds
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Distinctly Remnant

10/24/202141 minutes, 48 seconds
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We Are Local

10/24/202149 minutes, 41 seconds
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Distinctly Disciples

10/17/202147 minutes, 31 seconds
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Distinctly Christian

10/10/202148 minutes, 13 seconds
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We Are Christians

10/10/202144 minutes, 11 seconds
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Leaving Shame Behind

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
10/3/202138 minutes, 45 seconds
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Shame, Shame, Shame

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
10/3/202138 minutes, 14 seconds
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Be Angry, Don't Sin

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/26/202143 minutes, 48 seconds
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Good and Angry

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/26/202139 minutes, 12 seconds
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Do Not Steal

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/19/202151 minutes, 1 second
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Stealing, Working, and Giving

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/19/202144 minutes, 54 seconds
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Our Rewarding Lord

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/12/202141 minutes, 23 seconds
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Jesus is a Sure Thing

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/5/202136 minutes, 8 seconds
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Are YOU Sure?

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
9/5/202138 minutes, 8 seconds
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Christianity 101

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/29/202145 minutes, 13 seconds
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Wine, Women and Bongs

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/22/202145 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sex, Drugs and Alcohol

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/22/202148 minutes, 28 seconds
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The Forgiven Forgiver

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/15/202147 minutes, 2 seconds
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Forgive One Another

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/15/202138 minutes, 19 seconds
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Remember God's Goodness

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/8/202138 minutes, 50 seconds
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Four Reasons to Remember God

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/8/202141 minutes, 9 seconds
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Good Words

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/1/202142 minutes, 12 seconds
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A Talk About Talk

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
8/1/202144 minutes, 51 seconds
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Speaking Truth in Love

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
7/25/202142 minutes, 50 seconds
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Truth is God's Truth

Investigating the "trees" of the forest that is the book of Ephesians. This series takes a second, more pointed, look at issues previously discussed in larger strokes during the "Everything Jesus" series.
7/25/202146 minutes, 11 seconds
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Shots Fired

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
7/11/202137 minutes, 19 seconds
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New Heart at Work

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
7/4/202149 minutes, 24 seconds
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Christian Work

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
7/4/202152 minutes, 3 seconds
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Parenting is Christian

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/27/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 1 second
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Christian Family

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/27/202159 minutes, 45 seconds
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Christian Marriage

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/20/202149 minutes, 51 seconds
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Marriage is Christian

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/20/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 2 seconds
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Walking with Jesus

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/13/202151 minutes, 37 seconds
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Walk in Love, Imitating God

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/6/202152 minutes, 22 seconds
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Like Father, Like Son

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
6/6/202141 minutes, 18 seconds
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Rules for New Life

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/30/202142 minutes, 50 seconds
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True Change

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/23/202138 minutes, 26 seconds
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Growing Together in Christ

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/16/202142 minutes, 39 seconds
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Growing Up Together in Christ

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/16/202142 minutes, 28 seconds
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The Source and Shape of Unity

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/9/202143 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Why, How and What of Christianity

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
5/2/202143 minutes, 2 seconds
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God's Plan

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/25/202144 minutes, 21 seconds
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One New Man

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/18/202136 minutes, 20 seconds
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The Glorious Harmony of God's New Humanity

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/18/202144 minutes, 54 seconds
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Jesus Makes You Alive

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/11/202142 minutes, 19 seconds
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From Death to Life

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
4/11/202136 minutes, 53 seconds
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Seeing Jesus Changes You

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/28/202139 minutes, 57 seconds
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God's Wonderful Plan for Your Life

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/21/202142 minutes, 18 seconds
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Bless Me God

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/21/202142 minutes, 49 seconds
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Everything Jesus

It’s been called “the crown and climax of Paul’s theology” and “the divinest composition of man.” It was the favorite book of reformer John Calvin, and it was widely circulated in the early church. All this for good reason: The book of Ephesians deepens our understanding of the gospel by extolling the unsearchable riches of Christ. It magnifies the significance of the church in the eternal purposes of God. It emphasizes the glory of God’s grace in reconciling sinners to himself and to each other. And it highlights the distinctness of the Christian life. Yet above all, the book of Ephesians is so beloved because it shows how Jesus is absolutely at the center of everything, proclaiming all of Christ in all of life for all the world.
3/14/202152 minutes, 36 seconds
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Follow Me

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/7/202152 minutes, 39 seconds
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Follow Me

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/7/202143 minutes, 2 seconds
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Jesus Restores

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/28/202136 minutes, 51 seconds
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Jesus Restores

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/28/202138 minutes, 30 seconds
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Jesus Reveals Himself

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/21/202138 minutes, 39 seconds
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Jesus Reveals Himself to Us

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/21/202146 minutes, 24 seconds
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How to Believe

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/24/202142 minutes, 30 seconds
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Peace Has Come

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/17/202139 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mission Accomplished, Mission Continued

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/17/202138 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Undeniable Resurrection of Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/10/202144 minutes
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Jesus Rose

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/10/202146 minutes, 30 seconds
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The Prophetic Flight of the Messiah

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
1/3/202157 minutes, 54 seconds
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Two Responses to Jesus

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/27/202035 minutes, 7 seconds
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Born A Child and Yet A King

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/27/202040 minutes, 26 seconds
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God Gives Gifts

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/24/202018 minutes, 1 second
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Christ Over COVID

12/20/202050 minutes, 37 seconds
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The God Who is With Us

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/13/202037 minutes, 38 seconds
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God is With Us

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/13/202039 minutes, 17 seconds
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God is Still Faithful

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/6/202037 minutes, 46 seconds
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God is Faithful

Join us this Advent season as we celebrate Jesus Christ by looking at the first few chapters of Matthew's gospel.
12/6/202044 minutes, 32 seconds
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It Is Finished

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/29/202045 minutes, 4 seconds
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The King's Cross

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/22/202044 minutes, 31 seconds
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Our Crucified King

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/22/202047 minutes, 58 seconds
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Jesus is King of Kings

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/15/202040 minutes, 35 seconds
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Is Jesus Your King?

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/15/202048 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Government of God

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/8/202042 minutes, 53 seconds
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The Domain of Darkness VS the Kingdom of Christ

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/8/202048 minutes, 11 seconds
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The Traitors, the Judge, and the Death Penalty

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/1/202034 minutes, 37 seconds
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The Arrest of the King

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
11/1/202044 minutes, 49 seconds
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We Are One

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/25/202040 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Unbreakable Promise of Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/18/202043 minutes, 14 seconds
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Glorious Life with Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/11/202041 minutes, 50 seconds
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Victory in Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/4/202039 minutes, 19 seconds
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Fitness to Witness

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/27/202047 minutes, 19 seconds
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Haters Gonna Hate

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/20/202047 minutes, 21 seconds
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No Greater Love

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/13/202041 minutes, 53 seconds
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A Love Motivated by Joy

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/13/202043 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Vine and His Branches

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/6/202042 minutes, 43 seconds
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Jesus Brings Life

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/6/202043 minutes, 57 seconds
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Free Peace

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/30/202045 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Peace of Christ

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/30/202031 minutes, 33 seconds
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God-shaped Love

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/23/202050 minutes, 18 seconds
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Jesus' Work For Us

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/16/202036 minutes, 23 seconds
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Heart Filled Hope

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/9/202033 minutes, 27 seconds
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Love One Another

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/2/202044 minutes, 55 seconds
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Love One Another

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
8/2/202051 minutes, 54 seconds
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The God Who Kneels

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/26/202050 minutes, 9 seconds
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Washed by Jesus

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/26/202049 minutes, 59 seconds
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Last Words

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/19/202036 minutes, 33 seconds
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God Desires to be Known

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/19/202036 minutes, 11 seconds
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The Causes and the Cure of Unbelief

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/12/202039 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Heart of the Matter

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
7/12/202037 minutes, 57 seconds
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Part Four

As our national conversation continues to focus on justice, we hear people everywhere using the same words to talk about what is going in the world, but they are not using them in the same way. Specifically, we hear people using words like “justice” and “peace” and “law” and “order” without understanding which realities these words point to, what shape they should take in society, and most importantly, where they actually come from. For all these reasons, it has never been more important to recover the truth that God is the source and the standard for justice. This is exactly what we will be doing in our Social Justice Matters, a series of conversations about matters of social justice.
7/5/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 33 seconds
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Part Three

As our national conversation continues to focus on justice, we hear people everywhere using the same words to talk about what is going in the world, but they are not using them in the same way. Specifically, we hear people using words like “justice” and “peace” and “law” and “order” without understanding which realities these words point to, what shape they should take in society, and most importantly, where they actually come from. For all these reasons, it has never been more important to recover the truth that God is the source and the standard for justice. This is exactly what we will be doing in our Social Justice Matters, a series of conversations about matters of social justice.
6/28/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 3 seconds
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Part Two

As our national conversation continues to focus on justice, we hear people everywhere using the same words to talk about what is going in the world, but they are not using them in the same way. Specifically, we hear people using words like “justice” and “peace” and “law” and “order” without understanding which realities these words point to, what shape they should take in society, and most importantly, where they actually come from. For all these reasons, it has never been more important to recover the truth that God is the source and the standard for justice. This is exactly what we will be doing in our Social Justice Matters, a series of conversations about matters of social justice.
6/21/202057 minutes, 45 seconds
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Part One

As our national conversation continues to focus on justice, we hear people everywhere using the same words to talk about what is going in the world, but they are not using them in the same way. Specifically, we hear people using words like “justice” and “peace” and “law” and “order” without understanding which realities these words point to, what shape they should take in society, and most importantly, where they actually come from. For all these reasons, it has never been more important to recover the truth that God is the source and the standard for justice. This is exactly what we will be doing in our Social Justice Matters, a series of conversations about matters of social justice.
6/14/202050 minutes, 18 seconds
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Tune In: Rom 13:1-4

6/7/202014 minutes, 24 seconds
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Tune In - Heb 10:23-25

5/29/202013 minutes, 4 seconds
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Tune In - Romans 15:1-7

5/22/202011 minutes, 48 seconds
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Tune In - 1 Thessalonians 3:6-10

5/15/202014 minutes, 5 seconds
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Tune In - James 1: 2-4

5/8/202011 minutes, 46 seconds
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Tune In - Philippians 4: 4-8

4/24/202013 minutes, 30 seconds
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Tune In - Acts 8:1b-8

4/17/202014 minutes, 7 seconds
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Jesus is King

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/15/202042 minutes, 23 seconds
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Jesus is King

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/15/202052 minutes, 3 seconds
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Why Did Jesus Die?

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/8/202045 minutes, 3 seconds
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I Am the Resurrection

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/1/202041 minutes, 38 seconds
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I Am the Resurrection

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
3/1/202045 minutes, 42 seconds
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No Need to be Defensive

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/23/202041 minutes, 20 seconds
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Jesus the Good Shepherd

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/16/202051 minutes, 34 seconds
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Finding Pasture

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/16/202041 minutes, 27 seconds
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Was Blind, But Now I see

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/9/202044 minutes, 21 seconds
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Seeing For the First Time

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/9/202046 minutes, 17 seconds
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Jesus Fights for Freedom

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/2/202040 minutes, 16 seconds
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Free Indeed

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
2/2/202042 minutes, 7 seconds
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Come to the Light

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/26/202035 minutes, 16 seconds
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Jesus is the Light of the World

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/26/202043 minutes, 12 seconds
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Neither Do I Condemn You

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/19/202039 minutes, 44 seconds
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Neither Do I Condemn You

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
1/19/202045 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Messiah's Jubilee

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
1/5/202049 minutes, 15 seconds
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Encountering and Announcing Jesus

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/29/201943 minutes, 17 seconds
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Encountering and Announcing Jesus

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/29/201943 minutes, 13 seconds
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Darkness Has Seen the Light

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/24/201918 minutes, 16 seconds
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Comfort for God's People

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/15/201936 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Beginning of the End

Readings from the book of Isaiah dominate the Christmas season, and for good reason: Isaiah is an enduring invitation for God’s people to view their present distress through God’s past deliverance and his future promises. Here we find the good news of light for those who dwell in darkness. Here is the promise of justice for those who are oppressed. Here is joy that replaces every sorrow. Here is endless life instead of death. And at the center of it all is a reigning king, a suffering servant, and a hopeful messenger—not three different men, but one glorious Messiah—born his people to deliver, born a child and yet a king, born to reign in us forever, born to set his people free.
12/8/201936 minutes, 40 seconds
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Generous Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
12/1/201940 minutes, 41 seconds
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Generous Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
12/1/201948 minutes
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Content Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/24/201947 minutes, 30 seconds
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Content Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/24/201951 minutes, 40 seconds
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Courageous Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/17/201938 minutes, 6 seconds
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Courageous Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/17/201952 minutes, 36 seconds
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Diligent Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/10/201952 minutes, 2 seconds
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Diligent Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/10/201951 minutes, 17 seconds
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Wise Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/3/201940 minutes, 44 seconds
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Wise Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
11/3/201943 minutes, 34 seconds
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Loving Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
10/27/201943 minutes, 38 seconds
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Becoming Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
10/20/201938 minutes, 32 seconds
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Becoming Like Christ

Every person alive is in the process of becoming more—or less—like who they were made to be. But who are we? What are we here for? And how do people change? The gospel reveals that Jesus is the answer to all three questions: We are made in his image, and we are called to become more like him in all our thoughts, desires, and character. Yet this transformation is impossible to maintain by self-improvement and moral restraint alone. Rather, it takes a gradual process of “working out what God works in” through the saving grace of Jesus and the power of his Spirit.
10/20/201944 minutes, 42 seconds
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Are You Thirsty?

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/6/201942 minutes, 8 seconds
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Our Deepest Need

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
10/6/201947 minutes, 42 seconds
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Adorning Femininity: Between Believing & Advancing the Gospel

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201941 minutes, 3 seconds
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All of Life for Christ: Keeping Jesus at the Center of Everything

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201911 minutes
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Women at Home: The Household and the Mission of God

Between believing the gospel and advancing the good news in the world is the call to adorn the gospel as daughters of God (1 Tim. 2:9-10). To adorn the gospel as women means embracing the strengths, dispositions, and callings that God has given for displaying his glory in ways that only women can do (1 Peter 3:3-6). It means resisting the cultural pressure that reduces or eliminates the need for femininity by treating discipleship and mission as genderless pursuits (Titus 2:1-6). And it means trusting that God is wise and good, and that redemption entails adorning, not abandoning, all that he made women to be (Gen. 1:27).
10/5/201918 minutes, 35 seconds
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Jesus Knows Better

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.
9/29/201936 minutes, 14 seconds
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Does This Offend You?

“I have lots more to tell you—more than I could ever fit on one scroll, more than enough to fill the world with books. But I have written these things so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So concludes the Gospel of John, an open letter to every doubter, seeker, and follower of Jesus. It’s an explanation of news too good to keep private. It’s an invitation to come and see what all the fuss is about. And it’s a challenge to discover how Jesus is different than you heard, more important than you realized, and much better than you ever imagined.