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Best BridgePoint Church podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best BridgePoint Church podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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1. Don’t walk as you once did! 2. Characteristics of the World 3. Christ compels us to be different 4. Don’t talk about it be about. Being different is an action Ephesians 4:17-32 ESV 17 Now this I say and testify in the Lord, that you must no longer walk as the Gentiles do, in the futility of their minds. 18 They are darkened in their understandin…
 
With what’s going on in the world today, we need the proper perspective. Our guest speaker, Pastor James Smith, helps us navigate what that is. By giving clarity to power and purity we are challenged to “be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might” and to make every effort to avoid being a CINO. That is, a “Christian in name only!” Scriptur…
 
What is needed to complete the mission of the church: Biblical Discipleship 5 Ingredients 1. Christlike spirit 2. Unity 3. Diversity 4. Maturity 5. Love To find out more about BridgePoint Church, located in Gloucester, Virginia, visit us online at: https://bridgepoint.churchBy BridgePoint Church
 
Have you ever thought if I had (fill-in-the blank) I would be happy? Or maybe you’ve said, “If I can just get here (next stage of life), I’ll be happy.” Then just when we think we have whatever it is we’ve been chasing, it slips away and we long for something else. We can have every pleasure at our disposal, but in the end it’s meaningless. It is m…
 
Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen. To find out more about BridgePoint Church, located in Gloucester, Virginia, visit us online at: https://bridgepoint.church…
 
Life is a lot of the same rhythm. We do the same tasks every day, go to the same places, and then wake up and do it all again. What’s the point? Why does any of this matter? Where do we find purpose especially in this chaotic season? If we aren’t careful, we can attempt to build meaning ourselves. But there is a God who looks on us with love and wa…
 
God uses unlikely people. God has already begun to unite all things together in Christ by way of His Church. You cannot say you love Christ and not love the Bride of Christ! Our suffering is for a purpose. Your weakness and God's power are a perfect match. To find out more about BridgePoint Church, located in Gloucester, Virginia, visit us online a…
 
Sometimes, the most spiritually dangerous place a person can be is a comfortable one. It lulls us into thinking that life is "good enough," or that we can rest on what we've already done. But faith requires ongoing effort, continued momentum toward Jesus. For this, we must continue to remember who He is, what He's done, and what He has for us now a…
 
On Sunday, May 17th (2020), Pastor Fred continued to preach through the Book of Ephesians, as we dissected the first part of Chapter 2. Here, we see that our relationship with God and to salvation is one where we bring absolutely nothing of worth to the table, yet, after we are saved, we tend to forget that. It's only by His grace that we are saved…
 
On Mother's Day (Sunday, May 10th, 2020), Pastor Fred finished up chapter 1 of Ephesians as we continued to look at what it truly means to be the "Body of Christ," specifically focusing on how we can encourage and pray for our church. To find out more about BridgePoint Church, located in Gloucester, Virginia, visit us online at: https://bridgepoint…
 
Suffering often has such a negative effect on us emotionally and spiritually because we perceive that it's the opposite of what we deserve. Job grapples with this in the beginning of the book, resolving to worship God because everything he had and lost was God's to begin with. In the middle of the book, Job becomes resentful because he believes he …
 
The book of Job is a trial… most think God is on the stand, needing to defend himself when life hurts. In the heavenly dialogue, we see that humanity is on trial--will people love God when they have no earthly reason? The question is needed today. The end of Job shows the reason for our love for God--he delights, irrationally, in His creation. His …
 
We all have moments where we feel like we are being asked to take a step that seems bigger than we are capable. Whether it's money, our marriage, or making a move our next step can be overwhelming. This weeks we will find our story in Elijah's story and see that when God shows up He gives us exactly what we need to follow Him into wherever He leads…
 
ARE YOU TIRED OF BEING TIRED? IS YOUR LIFE IN SHAMBLES? ARE YOU TIRED OF CARRYING THE WEIGHT YOURSELF? Jesus says: "Come to me all who labor and I will give you rest!" To find out more about BridgePoint Church, located in Gloucester, Virginia, visit us online at: https://bridgepoint.churchBy BridgePoint Church
 
Job was a really good man. So, when he suffered, Job concluded that God wasn't just. His friends argued that Job must not be good because God is surely just. How many still come to one of those conclusions in the midst of suffering– God isn't fair or this must be my punishment for sin. By the end of the book, God explains that suffering is more com…
 
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