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Best Community Church podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Community Church podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Community Church (a multi-site church in Hampton Roads, Virginia) is committed to helping as many people as possible live fully alive. Each week you'll get biblical teaching with practical application, and end each episode inspired! Join the thousands who listen weekly and experience the true hope and life that only comes from following Jesus!
Weekend Messages from the Flatirons Community Church teaching team. Flatirons Community Church has five Colorado campuses, Lafayette, West Golden (near Genesee), Aurora, and Downtown Denver. Lead Pastor: Jim Burgen. Teaching Pastor: Ben Foote. West Campus Pastor: Adam Berry. Lafayette Campus Pastor: Zack Weingartner. Denver Campus Pastor: Stefan Guzowski. Aurora Campus Pastor: Cole Willard, Longmont Campus Pastor: Stephen Krieger. For more information, visit
Welcome to the sermon podcast of The Porch, a young adult ministry of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas. The Porch is a gathering of 3,000+ young adults who meet every Tuesday night at 7 PM CST. Each week we address challenges that face twenty and thirty-somethings and what The Bible has to say about them. For more information, visit or download The Porch app:
Conversations about real life young adult stuff and what the Bible says about it. In this podcast, we share our view from The Porch - a weekly gathering of thousands of young adults in Dallas, Texas. We take questions, concerns, and challenges common for our generation and talk about how to overcome them (or at least say “us too”). For more information about The Porch visit
The Bible reveals one irreducible fact: God is for broken people. This channel contains the sermon recordings of the preaching pastors at the New Community Church with services at Hackensack and Edgewater in New Jersey. Our vision is to be "A Church for the Broken" and we hope these messages will help the listeners come to know more intimately the God who is for those who don't have it all together. You can find more media content and information about the church at
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How can we be free in the “New Land”? How can we flourish, thrive, and take advantage of the new opportunities? How do we find full freedom? It’s to do with making good choices. It’s to do with God blessing us. It’s to do with giving God our best. Rachel digs into the challenges that can stop us expressing freedom in our new space, and shows us how…
SERMON TITLE: The Shunammite Woman SPEAKER: Tina Min SCRIPTURE: 2 Kings 4:8-17 8 One day Elisha went to Shunem. And a well-to-do woman was there, who urged him to stay for a meal. So whenever he came by, he stopped there to eat. 9 She said to her husband, “I know that this man who often comes our way is a holy man of God. 10 Let’s make a small room…
Life is hard. Circumstances can knock us down and threaten to rob us of joy and peace. But what if the story is bigger than what we see? What if it’s really true that God will finish what He started and that the end of the story for all of God’s children is good? What if we can really have lasting joy in spite of circumstances?… Philippians 4 (Note: We were having audio challenges on the livestream. I made two cuts of the video…one is JUST Eric’s message, which I’ll post below. The other is the full stream with the music included, which you should be able to find under the Videos on Creekside’s YouTube Ch…
With all that is happening in our 2020 world, a conversation about eschatology seems apropos! What does the Bible say about the end times? Are there any hints that can help us navigate the crisis we find ourselves in? What can I do to get ready for what’s next? Those are some of the questions we’ll explore this week, and a few answers may surprise …
When one thinks of harmony from a musical standpoint, one discovers that it gives depth and richness to the musical number. Consider that reality in our personal and community relationships. When we understand and appreciate our differences and learn to work together there is a richness and a depth. This morning we will consider how we as a church …
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