Stonegate Live:
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

Latest Sermon

Go. Be. | Part 1 (Odessa)

Jesus calls each of us to “Follow Me” as His disciple. When we follow Jesus, we are then invited to help make more disciples as we Go.BE an example of Christ, wherever we are sent. Today, Neil Rogers will share about several ways that God is using SGF to make disciples locally, nationally and internationally.


2/14/2021

Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 1 (Midland)

Joe Russo steps up this week to begin our new series in the Gospel of Mark. This series will continue to focus on the essence of discipleship described by the R.I.S.E. acronym we used in the previous weeks. This week, Joe shows us how Jesus prioritized intentional Relationships as He went along His everyday life. In the process, Joe shows us how Jesus models the very life He invites us into—a life characterized by deliberate connections with other people.

View Sermon

12/20/2020

With Us | Week 3 (Midland)

Joe Russo takes us to Isaiah 61 to show us how Jesus is our Empowering Presence. He shows us how Jesus has a heart to reach the broken-hearted and helps us see how He is still working in our lives today. Specifically, we now have the Holy Spirit of Jesus living in us to lead us in a life of freedom and empowerment—no matter what we’re going through.

View Sermon

11/29/2020

There’s a Way Life Works

Joe Russo shares a special message this Sunday about the way life works. He explains how God set the universe up to work a certain way—not just in terms of physical laws, but spiritual laws as well. When we disregard these truths, life gets out of balance and our hearts grow out of alignment. However, when we align our lives with these truths, life really begins to make sense and we flourish as a result. When this happens, suddenly we can look up and realize that even in a year like 2020, there is still a lot to be thankful for.

View Sermon

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

View Sermon

8/16/2020

Great Expectations | Week 3

Joe Russo finishes our series by providing some incredibly helpful and practical advice for cultivating a healthy marriage. He shows us how our individual relationships with God must take priority and then explains how our marriages must come before our kids and our jobs. Joe provides a list of specific things we can do to invest into our marriages and experience the joy of sharing life together.

View Sermon

8/9/2020

Great Expectations | Week 2

Joe Russo steps us this week to continue our series about how to cultivate a healthy marriage. Joe uses the analogy of an athlete to show us how critical it is invest into our marriage. He explains how God’s design for marriage really is best for us, but we most commit to showing up and doing the work.

View Sermon

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.

View Sermon

5/17/2020

Through Christ | Part 6

In this final message in the book of Ephesians, Joe Russo shares a powerful message about the spiritual weaponry God has given us to resist the attack of Satan in our lives. In this message, Joe gives us a theology of spiritual warfare that is rooted in the Scriptures and available to the everyday believer. He concludes his message my challenging us to actually put on the armor of God so that we can be strong in Christ.

View Sermon

4/26/2020

Through Christ | Part 4

At a time when relational tensions can be high, Joe Russo brings us a timely message on how to flourish in marriage from Ephesians 5:22–33. He highlights the ways in which God has made men and women equal in value, yet distinct in function. He concludes by encouraging all of us to consider the ways in which we can celebrate the differences in each other as we seek to experience God’s design for our marriage

View Sermon

1/26/2020

As One: Part 4

This morning we get the opportunity to see how Jesus has transformed everyday people by reading through acts 19, celebrating baptisms, and taking communion together.

View Sermon

1 2 3