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Mothers Day | 2021 (Odessa)

Gary Douglas delivers a special Mother’s Day message from Exodus 1. He shows us how two types of fear motivated decisions that would affect generations. The first type is an unhealthy fear of earthly concerns—things we assume will happen and spend precious amounts of time worrying about. The second is a healthy fear of the Lord which can produce fruits of obedience, courage, and trust. Gary shows us how this second type of fear was characteristic of the women in Exodus 1 and concludes by sharing some personal stories of moms that helped shape his journey in life.


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

Jay Mayo steps up to teach us on this Easter Sunday as we conclude our series in the Gospel of Mark. Jay shows us how Jesus’ resurrection gives us hope for the struggles we face today, because only in Jesus do we see someone who has overcome the grave. Jay explains how we were made for eternity and how through Jesus, we can truly experience eternal life.

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Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 5 (Midland)

Jay Mayo steps up this week to teach us from Mark 10. He shows us how Jesus taught a way of leadership and influence that is intensely relational and grounded upon serving those around us. He also highlights two individuals in our fellowship who have modeled this way of leadership over the past 19 years: Tyler and Bailey Dodds. After Jay concludes his message, Tyler and Bailey share an important update with our body along with where they believe the Lord is leading them in this next season of life.

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Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 3 (Midland)

Jay Mayo continues our series in the Gospel of Mark by identifying two essential spiritual practices that Jesus invites His disciples into: Solitude and Stillness. Jay helps us see what is most essential for our soul when the needs and expectations are piling on. He challenges us to honestly consider why we don’t take better care of our souls and concludes by giving us some practical things we can do to reorient our hearts toward God throughout our week.

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Follow Me | Part 3 (Midland)

Jay Mayo continues our series on Discipleship by taking us to Paul’s instruction in 1 Corinthians 9:24–27. He shows us how intentional spiritual practices position our hearts to connect with God personally. He also invites us to lean into the pain and discomfort of life’s experiences, knowing that God uses these seasons for incredibly growth and transformation.

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With Us | Week 2 (Midland)

Jay Mayo continues our Christmas series by taking us to Isaiah 53. He shows us how Jesus is our Suffering Servant.Jay shows us how Jesus did not come as a conquering King—even though that’s exactly what the people of his day wanted. No, Jesus came not to conquer with force, but to suffer and die in our place and restore us to a right relationship with God.

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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.

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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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Greater Things | Week 4

In this week 4 of the Greater Things series, Jay Mayo encourages the church of its God-given purpose reading in Matthew and how each and every person has a part to play in the mission.

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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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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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