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Pastor David Cooper’s personal life mission is to give people hope in Christ. Using his gift for sharing God's Word in a down-to-earth way, he helps people understand, apply, and live out biblical principles. He serves as Lead Pastor of the 11,000-member Mount Paran Church in Atlanta, GA. Learn more at http://MountParan.com
 
Pastor Jon Randall is the Lead Pastor of His Church in Oxford, ME. He has a heart to see lives changed through the power of Jesus Christ. Tune in and be blessed! To know more about His Church you can go to https://www.hischurchoxford.com/ If you would like to give you can go to https://www.hischurchoxford.com/give
 
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 flatironschurch.com
 
We believe that the Bible is God's totally true Word. We believe that God's Son, Jesus Christ, lived a perfect life, died for sinners and rose again from the dead. We believe that the Holy Spirit of God lives in those who receive Christ as their Lord and Savior. We believe that everyone who is "born again" through faith in Jesus is part of God's family, the Body of Christ, the Church.
 
Messages from lead pastor Bob Marvel and our teaching team at Cornwall Church in Bellingham, WA. New episodes available every Tuesday! Our vision is to glorify God by altering the spiritual landscape one life at a time through Jesus. For more information about Cornwall Church, please visit cornwallchurch.com
 
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Following Jesus and stepping into your calling means you have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. As followers of Jesus, our calling is to confront evil and to comfort the broken. Jesus really is the Good News that changes everything. He’s worth leaving our comfort for, and he empowers us to live out our calling and win the lost at all …
 
What happens when we pray? After all, if God is all-powerful, then He doesn’t need our prayers… right? And our prayers don’t actually change God’s mind… right? Or do they?!? Do our prayers really make a difference in what God does or does not do? The idea that everything would happen exactly as it does regardless of whether we pray or not haunts th…
 
Song of Solomon 1:5-2:17She[5] I am very dark, but lovely, O daughters of Jerusalem, like the tents of Kedar, like the curtains of Solomon.[6] Do not gaze at me because I am dark, because the sun has looked upon me. My mother's sons were angry with me; they made me keeper of the vineyards, but my own vineyard I have not kept! [7] Tell me, you whom …
 
It’s a new year and with that comes a fresh word of the Lord for us as a church! This year our elders, staff and leaders across the Antioch Movement have taken extra time to pause and seek the Lord for His direction and leadership. We sense God conscripting us to return to our purpose by getting back to our apostolic & prophetic calling – to be one…
 
Who remembers the song, "Morning Has Broken?" The song is an English hymn from the 1930’s, written in midst of great depression. The lyrics tell us that a new day has begun, breaking through the darkness of the previous day. It was a reminder to stop and give thanks for each new day, in the midst of trial. Unfortunately, many of us are not finding …
 
How you pray ultimately determines how you live. The title today is a motto in Christian tradition, which means that prayer and belief are integral to each other and that liturgy is not distinct from theology. It refers to the relationship between worship and belief.-Give toward what God is doing through First Fairhope: https://firstfairhope.org/gi…
 
Lead Pastor Wes Terry talks about the relationship between abiding in Christ and growth in the Christian life. How does the Gospel produce a type of life change that is different than other approaches? This message answers that question and more. The text is John 15:1-11 with an emphasis on verses 9-11. The message was preached on January 17th, 202…
 
Jim presents a "medley" of psalms that are brief and have great application for our lives.ACTIONS ITEMS: * How will focusing on Jesus change your perspective on the challenges you are facing? * What are some practical ways you can bring Jesus into focus this week?SUPPORTING VERSES- Isaiah 5:20- Isaiah 5:24b “... Because they have rejected the law o…
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with Carey & Toni Nieuwhof to discuss what to do when you feel like you come to the end of a marriage or significant relationship. Listen in as Toni & Carey candidly share their history of relationship challenges and provide practical insight that will provide hope and show you that e…
 
Since its inception, CHBC has been known as a gathering of believers from diverse backgrounds of thought and culture. And, while such diversity is often a blessing; loving agreement in Christ between those who disagree politically presents unique challenges for pastoral shepherding. In this episode, Jay and Ryan discuss those challenges. They name …
 
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