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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.


7/26/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 118 (Celebration Sunday)

In this final sermon in the Psalms, Jay Mayo leads us through Psalm 118. He shows us how important it is to choose joy in the midst of trying circumstances and explains how God has given us the resources in Christ to do that.

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7/19/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 23

Eric Clark continues our series in the Psalms by giving a powerful sermon on a familiar Psalm: Psalm 23. Eric challenges us to consider who our shepherd really is during this season of so many voices. He calls us to starve what is familiar and feed revival in our hearts by honestly considering what it means to follow Jesus as our Chief Shepherd.

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7/12/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 51

Josh Gatewood continues our series in the Psalms by taking us to Psalm 51. In this Psalm we see David in a place of desperation, crying out to God for repentance and renewal in light of his recent fall into sin. Josh shows us how David’s personal sin and prayer of repentance outlines a roadmap for restoration we can all follow—no matter what we’ve done or what we’re going through.

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7/12/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 51 (Odessa)

Luke McNeely continues our series in the Psalms by taking us to Psalm 51. In this Psalm we see David in a place of desperation, crying out to God for repentance and renewal in light of his recent fall into sin. Josh shows us how David’s personal sin and prayer of repentance outlines a roadmap for restoration we can all follow—no matter what we’ve done or what we’re going through.

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7/5/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 40 (Odessa)

Randy continues our series in The Psalms as he looks at Psalm 40. He gives us 3 things that help us avoid or get out of life’s struggles and messes?

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7/5/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 40

Neil Rogers shares a message from Psalm 40, a beautiful Psalm that  illustrates the salvation story we all have with Jesus. Neil encourages us to remember this story, rejoice in this story, and then boldly share it with others. He challenges some of the fears we have to sharing our faith and encourages us to identify one person we can share our story with.

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6/28/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 42 (Odessa)

Josh Gatewood continues our series in the Psalms by teaching from Psalm 42. He shows us how important it is to be honest with God—especially in the difficult seasons of life. He challenges the notion that honesty is the enemy of reverence and encourages us to see that honesty with God is actually the pathway to relationship.

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6/28/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 13 (Midland)

Jay Mayo continues our series in the Psalms by teaching from Psalm 13. He shows us the importance of being honest with God while holding on to the truths God has revealed to us in His Word. He challenges the notion that honesty is the enemy of reverence and encourages us to see that honesty with God is actually the pathway to relationship.

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6/21/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 127 (Odessa)

Gary Douglas leads us into week three of our Psalms Series.  He walks us through Psalm 127 and shows us what a house built by the Lord looks like.  Gary uses the words of Solomon to challenge us to consider how God works in our lives in order to work through our lives.

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6/21/2020

The Psalms | Psalm 37

In a special Father’s Day message, Joe Russo teaches from Psalm 37 about the wisdom of God’s Word. Through this Psalm, Joe shows Fathers how to think about their struggles, their relationships, and the blessings God has for those who will walk His ways throughout their lifetime.

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