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Ambassadors | Week 7

Jay Mayo concludes our series by taking us to Jesus’ instructions regarding forgiveness and relational reconciliation. Jay clarifies some misconceptions about forgiveness and shows us how significantly the reality of forgiveness should permeate our lives as followers of Jesus. Jay concludes by giving us some practical instruction for how to forgive others when we’ve been deeply hurt and he reminds us of the depth of forgiveness we’ve been given in Christ.


11/23/2020

Ambassadors | Week 7

Jay Mayo concludes our series by taking us to Jesus’ instructions regarding forgiveness and relational reconciliation. Jay clarifies some misconceptions about forgiveness and shows us how significantly the reality of forgiveness should permeate our lives as followers of Jesus. Jay concludes by giving us some practical instruction for how to forgive others when we’ve been deeply hurt and he reminds us of the depth of forgiveness we’ve been given in Christ.

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11/22/2020

Ambassadors | Week 7 (Odessa)

Neil Rogers concludes our series by taking us to Jesus’ instruction regarding forgiveness and relational reconciliation. He introduces the message by telling a familiar story in an unfamiliar way. He then shows us how forgiveness should be our mark of distinction as people of Jesus. Neil identifies some common misconceptions about forgiveness and then provides some practical instruction for how we can move forward in forgiveness as Jesus’ distinct people.

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11/15/2020

Ambassadors | Week 6

Eric Clark continues our series by helping us identify some of the personal obstacles that keep us from walking in freedom as Jesus’ Ambassadors. He takes us to 2 Corinthians 10 and shows us how important it is to actively take our thoughts captive so that we are not weighed down by the forces of pride, shame, guilt, etc. In this message, Eric challenges us to utilize the spiritual weapons God has given us so that we can be more free to live out the distinct witness He’s given us in Christ.

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11/8/2020

Ambassadors | Week 5 (Odessa)

Randy Unruh continues our series by taking us to Romans 12. He challenges us with the idea that as believers, we are to take the lead and be the example in bringing peace into a very unpeaceful world. He then gives us 3 practical ways that we can begin to do this in our daily lives and in the influence we have in the world around us. We are reminded that as Ambassadors, we are meant to bring peace into our world.

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11/8/2020

Ambassadors | Week 5

Josh Gatewood continues our series by taking us to Romans 12. He opens up about the exhaustion of 2020 and the difficult realities we’ve endured. He then challenges us to consider our distinct calling as followers of Jesus—a calling that centers on cultivating peace in this divided world. He then shows us three things that must change in our lives if we are going to be the distinct people of peace Jesus has called us to be.

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11/1/2020

Ambassadors | Week 4 (Odessa)

Josh Gatewood continues our series by look at the sober realities of our speech. He explains how easily we can misuse our speech to misrepresent Jesus and then helps us to consider a better way. He challenges us to consider how we can cultivate peace with our words by speaking in the ways of wisdom and gentleness.

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11/1/2020

Ambassadors | Week 4

Joe Russo continues our series this week by looking at the important role of our speech. He explains how God designed our words to bring life, but we so often use them to do the opposite. He challenges us to consider how we can use our words according to God’s design and be a distinct people who bring life with our words

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10/25/2020

Ambassadors | Week 3

Our Ambassador series continues with Dustin Pearce teaching that when God sends us on a mission that it will be marked by conflict and how we can continue to persevere through every trial.

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10/18/2020

The Mighty Oaks Foundation (Midland)

As a combat Marine, Chad Robichaux understood the importance of identifying a bad situation and finding his way out. However, when it came to his family and his personal life, he didn’t know what to do—he lacked purpose, direction, and spiritual resilience. In this special message, Chad shares his personal story of coming to faith in Christ and challenges each of us to “Get off the X.”

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10/11/2020

Ambassadors | Week 2

Jay Mayo continues our new sermon series by looking at Paul’s words in Romans 5. In this message, Jay explains what it meant for God to send Jesus to reconcile us to Himself. He challenges us to consider if we truly understand this message of reconciliation and to further consider if we’ve truly responded to this message in personal faith and surrender.

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