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Faithful | Week 5 (Odessa)

Randy Unruh wraps up our series on the Faithfulness of God by looking at the story of Samson. Randy shows us how Samson, who throughout his life had allowed himself to be defined by his mistakes and failures, at the end saw his life defined instead by the faithfulness of God. Samson was able to recover from his mistakes, as we are, by Gods faithfulness. We learn through this message that we can all be ordinary people in the hands of an extraordinary God.


5/23/2021

Renewal | Week 2 (Odessa)

Imagine the impact of ONE repentant heart. This week, Neil Rogers shared from 2 Kings 22 & 23:1-3 about how one encounter with God’s Word and one repentant heart catalyzed renewal for an entire nation. From this example, we learned new strategies for turning our commitments into action. 

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4/18/2021

Go. Be. | Part 2 (Midland)

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.

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4/11/2021

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.

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1/17/2021

Follow Me | Part 1 (Odessa)

Neil Rogers kicks off our new series on discipleship by taking us to Matthew 28:16–20. Neil 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, Neil challenges us to embrace a life of intentional discipleship to Jesus and lays the foundation for the coming weeks.

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1/3/2021

Moving Forward in Hope (Odessa)

Hope is One of the most powerful and beautiful things God has created. With it, people can accomplish or endure almost anything. Yet, without it, the same people can quickly lose motivation to fight or progress forward. One of our Elders, Neil Rogers, explores the foundations of our hope from Romans 5:1-5 as we move into a new year.

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11/22/2020

Ambassadors | Week 7 (Odessa)

Neil Rogers concludes our series by taking us to Jesus’ instruction regarding forgiveness and relational reconciliation. He introduces the message by telling a familiar story in an unfamiliar way. He then shows us how forgiveness should be our mark of distinction as people of Jesus. Neil identifies some common misconceptions about forgiveness and then provides some practical instruction for how we can move forward in forgiveness as Jesus’ distinct people.

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8/23/2020

Greater Things | Week 1

Neil Rogers begins our series called Greater Things by taking a look at God’s faithfulness. He walks through Acts 14 and shows how God was faithful to the church in Antioch and is equally faithful to our church today!

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8/16/2020

Great Expectations | Week 3 (Odessa)

What would God say to our loved ones if He were right here in the room? One of our elders Neil Rogers examines a well-known passage from Ephesians 4:29-32 to help us all be better encouragers in relationships. Together, we discover both What God would say and How He would say it so we can minister to our spouse through words.

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8/9/2020

Great Expectations | Week 2 (Odessa)

Everyone wants a good marriage. But, what does “a good one” actually look like. One of our elders, Neil Rogers, looks a passage of Scripture rarely considered in marriage to paint a clearer picture of God’s Great Expectations in relationships

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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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