From New Life Church in Watertown, SD Description: The Psalms of Ascent (Psalms 120-134) were sung by worshipers as they made the journey up to Jerusalem for the annual feasts. The early church used the book of Psalms to sing and communicate to God. As we unpack the Psalms we will learn to sing and pray in a way that touches on all the human emotions. We will also see how the Psalms point us to our ongoing need for the gospel in everyday life.
From Hope Community Church in Raleigh, NC Description: God knows we can hoard things in our hearts that can cause us to lose our way. He wants us to be content and not tied down with greed whether that involves our time, talent or treasure. God gives to us generously, and He wants us to give generously, so we can bring others to His Kingdom.
From Clarksburg Church in Clarksburg, MD Description: Acts. The Gospels — Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John– end with Jesus having risen from the dead and appearing to many people as proof that he was alive in physical form over the course of 40 days. In a letter we call “Acts,” Luke continues to document what happened to those who believed in the Resurrection over the next 30 years and how this small Jewish sect (where everyone is from the same small town, Galiean, speaks the same language, Aramaic, holds the same worldview, ethnicity, and culture, Jewish) became a multicultural, multiethnic,
From Vineyard Cincinnati Church in Cincinnati, OH Description: God has so freely poured out his love and grace on us that we can only respond by living with “Open” lives. We are only stewards of who and what God has made us to be. So we must respond with Open Hearts, Open Ears, House and Hands.
From Ministry Pass Description: This is a four-week youth series for imperfect Christians. Have you ever felt like you are riding the “spiritual struggle bus”? Feelings of spiritual inadequacy can make us fearful of God but not in the healthy way. This series explores how knowing the loving, gracious God of Scripture can overcome our constant feelings of guilt and imperfection. “Messy Spirituality” examines the realities of our human weaknesses and the grace of God that meets us in those struggles, empowering us to change.
From Eastlake Church in Chula Vista, CA Description: In Jesus’ most famous sermon, he begins with what looks like a list of ideals that his followers must live up to in order to be happy. Yet what appears like a “to do” list is actually quite the opposite. Jesus is revealing just what kind of people are included in his kingdom. He’s giving a description of the “in crowd.” The hurting? In. The broken? In. The weak? In. This surprising list of blessings – called beatitudes – reveals just how inclusive Jesus is, and how upside down to the ways
From Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas, TX Description: From bondage to deliverance to community with God. Exodus continues the Israelites’ story from Genesis as God rescues His people from slavery and brings them into a relationship with Him. Check out our latest sermon series as we explore the Book of Exodus. We’ll uncover the great lengths God is willing to go to in order to bring the people out of oppression and make God’s name known among the nations.
From Harvest Bible College in Barrie, ON Description: I hope you would agree that the threat of money gripping our hearts is real and therefore every Christ-follower needs a biblical, godly understanding of money. In this series we will look closely at what Jesus has to say about money.
From Cross Point Church in Katy, TX Description: What is the thing that makes men and women in every walk of life less suicidal, less depressed, less apathetic, more motivated, more focused, more likable and generally happier? What is the thing that consistently decreases greed, selfishness, and self-focus? What has changed the lives of women but statistically tends to give men an even bigger sense of well-being? It is something that takes practice and learning: Gratitude. We need An Intervention. Let’s learn it together and watch life get a little brighter.
From Ministry Pass Description: This ten-week series looks at the Ten Commandments that God has given to all who love him. As we look each week at a different commandment, we see how there is a corresponding passage in the New Testament; this will remind us that God’s way of living for us is still valid and relevant today.
From James River Church in Ozark, MO Description: God wants to lead you by fire to accomplish great things for Him! In this series on the life of Moses, we hear powerful wisdom on how God used a man in the midst of difficulty and uncertainty to rescue a nation and impact generations! Our prayer is that this series would remind you that the God who led Moses and the Israelites is the same God who wants to lead you individually, who is leading the Church, and who can rescue a nation!