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Emotional Health (Nephesh, Part 4)

October 6th, 2019

Rhythm Team

In this sermon, Lauren explores how our emotional health is connected to our spiritual, mental, and physical health. Looking at examples from Scripture, Lauren points to what God has shown us emotional health looks like and practical ways to move into this further.

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Renewing Your Mind (Nephesh, Part 3)

September 29th, 2019

Lyle Green

The most important thing about you is what you believe. It is possible for our lives to be directed by negative, destructive thought patterns. And it is possible for our lives to be directed by the truth of Jesus. In this sermon, guest speaker Lyle Green explores the significance of having our minds renewed in Christ.
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Listen to Your Body (Nephesh, Part 2)

September 22nd, 2019

Matt Alexander

Our bodies are “major” prophets that often help us see when something is happening to us in an unconscious way. But Christians have a bad history of ignoring their bodies and being skeptical of the material world in general. In this sermon, Matt explores the biblical vision of human bodies and the way God is resurrecting his creation.

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Nephesh 101 (Nephesh, Part 1)

September 15th, 2019

Matt Alexander

We like to compartmentalize our lives, especially the spiritual and material. Christians tend to view things in the spiritual category as more important than the material, physical parts of life. But the Bible doesn’t really use these various categories. In this sermon, Matt explores the Hebrew word “nephesh” which normally gets translated as “soul.” Human brings don’t have souls – we are souls.

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Faith & Work Panel (Part 2)

September 8th, 2019

Matt Alexander

Integrating our faith in Christ with what we do from 9-5 everyday is a challenge for most Christians. In this sermon, we hear John Fernandez, Stephanie Chery, and Evette Alexander share stories of the pain and possibilities of following Jesus at work. The kingdom of God is growing in our workplaces and we get to partner with Jesus in our work.

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Working with God (Part 1)

August 25th, 2019

Matt Alexander

It is easy to compartmentalize different aspects of our lives into “spiritual” and “secular.” Many of us do this in order to gain a sense of control over the complexity of our lives. We have a particular tendency to do this regarding the work we do during the week. What could it mean for followers of Jesus to integrate their faith and their work? What kind of impact could that have on our lives and the type of work that we do? In this sermon, Matt examines Genesis 2:4-20 and explains how God went about his creation work, how humans continue God’s work in the world, and what it can look like for us to collaborate with God in our work.

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A Heart of Flesh (Acts, Part 17)

August 11th, 2019

Rhythm Team

Ezekial 11:19 states that God will give us an undivided heart, a heart of flesh instead of a heart of stone.  Jesus is the fulfillment of this prophecy in Ezekial, for he leads the way for us to give ourselves more fully over to God. In this sermon, Preachers Roundtable member Esther Knicely explores when we pursue God with our entire heart like this community in Acts 19, a heart that is undivided in it’s loyalties, we open up a space for God to confront the darkness in this world as we live more fully into our created purpose.

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Mysticism Of The Faith

August 4th, 2019

Rhythm Team

At its core, mysticism is the spirituality of all religion. In this sermon, guest speaker Danny Prada of Heartway Church takes us back to the true essence of Christian faith and practice: Mysticism. Listen and learn some guidelines for incorporating this often forgotten practice into our daily lives in order to experience a deeper life with God.

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Paul in Athens (Acts, Part 16)

July 28th, 2019

Rhythm Team

It is easy to see things in dualistic terms – something is right or wrong, black or white. But the Christian life is centered around the reality that God is always at work in people and places. In this sermon, Preachers Roundtable member Juan Cespedes explores how Paul engages with the city of Athens in Acts 17:16-34. Paul models for us how to engage and affirm what God is doing in people’s lives, while also pointing to Jesus as the source of life.

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