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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.


3/1/2021

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

Randy Unruh continues our series in the Gospel of Mark by showing us how we put the spiritual practices of faith into action. Randy challenges us to examine our own personal faith and find confidence in scripture that will strengthen our faith. He shares a personal story of applying power of faith and God demonstrates His love for us to see the bigger picture. Randy concludes by giving us three final points that will assist in growing our faith.

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3/1/2021

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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2/21/2021

Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 2 (Midland)

Josh Gatewood continues our series in the Gospel of Mark this week by taking us to Jesus’ Parable of the Sower in Mark 4. In this passage, Jesus shows us why some people change and why some people don’t. Throughout the message, Josh highlights some of the specific reasons Jesus’ gives for this and then challenges us to be a people who don’t just want the results of change, but who embrace God’s process as well.

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2/21/2021

Follow Me | Gospel of Mark | Part 2 (Odessa)

Gary Douglas continues our series in the Gospel of Mark this week by taking us to Jesus’ Parable of the Sower in Mark 4. In this passage, Jesus shows us why some people change and why some people don’t. Throughout the message, Gary highlights some of the specific reasons Jesus’ gives for this and then challenges us to be a people who don’t just want the results of change, but who embrace God’s process as well.

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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.

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2/7/2021

Follow Me | Part 4 (Midland)

This week we had the opportunity to experience Expectant Sunday together as a church body. Similar to the Expectant evenings we do during the year, we spent time together as a body in prayer, personal reflection, and worship while also hearing an update from Dustin Pearce.

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1/31/2021

Follow Me | Part 3 (Odessa)

Josh Gatewood continues our series on Discipleship by taking us Luke 5. He shows us how Jesus embraced a rhythm of Rest and Solitude instead of saying ‘yes’ to everyone or every need that pressed against Him. Josh also shows us how Jesus spent meaningful time with Lost People, even when those people were considered to be unclean and outcasts. He concludes by challenging us with some specific ways we can follow Jesus and in the process, reach those who are far from Him.

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1/31/2021

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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1/24/2021

Follow Me | Part 2 (Odessa)

Randy Unruh continues our new series on discipleship. He helps us understand the role of Intentional Relationships and Biblical Instruction and shows us a couple of myths we tend to believe that hinder us from embracing both. He calls us to embrace this life of discipleship and paints a picture for what life could look like when we do.

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1/24/2021

Follow Me | Part 2 (Midland)

Josh Gatewood continues our new series on discipleship by taking us to John 13:34–35. He shows us what Jesus meant when He called His disciples to “love one another as I have loved you.” Josh identifies a couple of myths we tend to believe that hinder our experience of true, Christian community and concludes by calling us to embrace Jesus’ vision for loving one another in sacrificial, committed relationships.

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