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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.


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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1/17/2021

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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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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1/3/2021

Christian Resilience (Midland)

Josh Gatewood kicks off 2021 with a message on how to cultivate Christian Resilience in our world full of adversity. He shows us how our understanding and love for the gospel have a direct bearing on our ability to endure, and even rejoice in our afflictions. He concludes by sharing a powerful testimony of God’s grace in the lives of a young couple in our church.

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12/20/2020

With Us | Week 3 (Odessa)

Josh Gatewood takes us to Isaiah 61 to show us how Jesus is our Empowering Presence. He explains how this passage points us to the Heart of the Father, the Mission of the Son, and the Power of the Holy Spirit. Josh helps us understand how we can appreciate something so important, even when we can’t see it. He challenges us to consider if our hearts are truly surrendered to Jesus in this season.

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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.

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12/13/2020

With Us | Week 2 (Odessa)

Randy Unruh continues our Christmas series by taking us to Isaiah 53. Randy reminds us how this baby born in a manger would one day become our Suffering Servant—the only one who would suffer and die in our place. Randy explains how, in His great love for us, the Father sent Jesus to take the punishment for our sins and restore us to a right relationship with Him.

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12/13/2020

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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12/6/2020

With Us | Week 1 (Odessa)

Eric Boyt begins a new series to kick off the month of December. Eric takes us to a familiar Christmas passage to show us how the Bible describes Hope. He helps us see God’s heart to love His people and keep His promises. In this way, Hope isn’t simply an optimism about future, but a posture of waiting on the Lord, engaging His presence, and believing His promises. When we do these things, we cultivate biblical Hope, because all of this helps us to center our lives on Jesus––the only One who can give us the Hope our souls so long for.

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12/6/2020

With Us | Week 1 (Midland)

Josh Gatewood begins a new series to kick off the month of December. He takes us to a familiar Christmas passage and shows us how this traditional story answers some of the most pressing questions about God, evil, and suffering in the world. He concludes by challenging us to remember these truths and helps us see: no matter what we’re going through, Jesus is always with us as our Present King.

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