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Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 8 (Odessa)

Josh Gatewood steps up to teach us on this Easter Sunday as we conclude our series in the Gospel of Mark. Josh discusses some of the historical reasons we have for believing the resurrection really happened. He then shows us what the resurrection means for us today and challenges us to consider where we are placing our hope in life. Josh concludes by showing us how Jesus wasn’t just a great moral teacher, but was God Himself—the Lord over all things.


3/7/2021

Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 4 (Odessa)

Eric Clark continues our series in the Gospel of Mark by taking us to Mark 8 when Jesus fed the four-thousand. He shows us how Jesus doesn’t call us to give what we don’t have, but simply asks us to trust Him with what we do have and depend on Him for the results. Eric explains how Jesus calls us to hands-on experiences that both cultivate and communicate the compassion of Christ for people—even when they are different than us. He concludes by challenging us to use our “fish and loaves” so we can join God in the work He’s doing to reach people.

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1/17/2021

Follow Me | Part 1 (Midland)

Eric Clark kicks off our new series on discipleship by taking us to Matthew 28:16–20. Eric explains how discipleship is a not a Christian thing, but a human thing. The question is whether our discipleship is intentional or un-intentional. Using the R.I.S.E. acronym, Eric challenges us to embrace a life of intentional discipleship to Jesus and lays the foundation for the coming weeks.

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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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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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3/1/2020

In Christ: Part 3

Reading from Ephesians 2, we look at where we came from, what is working against us and then show what God has done for us to make us alive in Christ.

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10/13/2019

Everyday People | Part 6: Barnabas (Midland)

Eric Clark continues our Everyday People series by looking at the life of Barnabas. He shows us how vital encouragement is for the life of everyday believers and makes the important distinction between the giving of courage and the giving of compliments. He walks us through key moments in Barnabas’ life where courage was needed and then calls us to consider following in the footsteps of Barnabas by becoming people of encouragement.

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9/1/2019

Prayer for Our Community

After the events that took place in the Permian Basin, we take time to stop and pray over our community and those affected by this tragedy. 

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12/2/2018

Through the Eyes | Week 1: Hope

In the first week of our Christmas series, Eric Clark takes us to Luke 2 and shows us an unfamiliar story of Hope through the eyes of Simeon. He gives us some practical advice for how we can personally resurrect hope and short-circuit cynicism—especially in the Holiday Season.

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7/29/2018

Bread of Life

Eric Clark steps up this week to continue our Names of God series. He talks about how Jesus is both the provider and the provision for the real needs of our souls.

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11/26/2017

Corinthians – P13

Eric Clark teaches through 1 Corinthians 15, a passage written by Paul to the Corinthian church reminding them of the certainty of the resurrection and how it gives hope for the present-day life.

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