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The Ministry of Marriage | Week 4 (Midland)

Joe Russo wraps up our September series by taking a look at the ministry of marriage both with our spouse and towards others.


10/3/2021

Obedience | Week 5 (Odessa)

Wrapping up our Obedience series, we get to stream the message from our Midland Campus and hear from one of our primary missions partners, Elam Ministries, as they share how God has been working in the Iran region.

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10/3/2021

Obedience | Week 5 (Midland)

Wrapping up our Obedience series, we get to hear from one of our primary missions partners, Elam Ministries, as they share how God has been working in the Iran region.

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9/26/2021

Obedience | Week 4 (Midland)

Josh Gatewood wraps up our Obedience series by taking us through Daniel 7, and reminding us that Jesus is our One True King.

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9/26/2021

Obedience | Week 4 (Odessa)

Neil Rogers wraps up our Obedience series by walking us through Daniel 7, and reminding us that we serve an everlasting King whose Kingdom will never end.

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9/19/2021

Obedience | Week 3 (Midland)

Joe Russo continues our series in Daniel by taking us to the familiar story of Daniel in the lions den. Joe shows us how the lions den was really just another obstacle in Daniel’s life that God used to glorify Himself in a pagan nation. For Daniel, his character and obedience was already shaped by a commitment to God—no matter the cost. Joe challenges us to consider what Daniels example means for us today and gives us some tangible action steps we can apply to our own life and circumstances.

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9/19/2021

Obedience | Week 3 (Odessa)

Randy Unruh continues our series in Daniel by taking us to the familiar story of Daniel in the lion’s den. Randy shows us that if we want to live a life of obedience with God that we must follow Daniel’s example. We do this by continuing to grow in our relationship with and our conviction to God. Randy challenges us to have a “Long Obedience In The Same Direction”. Living our lives putting into place just small Godly habits, can have a huge impact on our lives and the world around us. Randy end’s by reminding all of us that Daniel focused on growing in his relationship and obedience with God and he let God worry about the Lions….and so should we.

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9/12/2021

Obedience | Week 2 (Odessa)

Gary Douglas continues our series in the book of Daniel by looking at the story of the fiery furnace in Daniel 3. Gary shows us how God is at work in our lives, even when we go through serious trials and tribulations. Gary challenges us to trust and obey Jesus—no matter how difficult it gets—because when we do this, we get to look back and see His hand of faithfulness through our own fiery furnace.

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9/12/2021

Obedience | Week 2 (Midland)

Chase Gilbert continues our series in the book of Daniel by looking at the story of the fiery furnace in Daniel 3. Chase helps us see that God may not always remove our fiery furnace, but He will be with us in the midst of it. He concludes by challenging us to consider who/what we cherish the most so we can be ready to trust and obey Jesus in our seasons of testing and trial.

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9/5/2021

Obedience | Week 1 (Odessa)

Luke McNeely kicks off a new short series in the book of Daniel this week. He takes us into the original situation facing Daniel and the nation of Judah to help us see how Gods people have always faced trying and even terrible circumstances. Luke shows us how Daniel and his friends maintained a resilient faith in this midst of this trial and then gives us some practical steps to help us do the same. In this opening week, Luke shows us some fundamental truths we can rally around as we seek to follow Jesus in a culture of increasing hostility.

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9/5/2021

Obedience | Week 1 (Midland)

Josh Gatewood kicks off a new short series in the book of Daniel this week. He asks us to consider what it means to live biblically in an increasingly post-Christian society and then takes us into the situation facing Daniel and the nation of Judah. He shows us how this question is not a new question facing the people of God. In this opening week, Josh shows us some fundamental truths we can rally around as we seek to follow Jesus in a culture of increasing hostility.

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