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Global Gospel Conversations Episode 5: Cambodia

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 5: Cambodia

February 4, 2021

This episode of Global Gospel Conversations with Co-hosts Pastor Dan Johnson and NC Baptist Senior Consultant, Asian Church Planting, Ralph Garay. Special Guest is Pastor Erick and Mayette of Cambodia.

Recorded live via video January 29, 2021.

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 4: England

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 4: England

January 31, 2021

This episode of Global Gospel Conversations with Co-hosts Pastor Dan Johnson and NC Baptist Senior Consultant, Asian Church Planting, Ralph Garay. Special Guest is Pastor Jay Mathew Mariano of London, England.

Recorded live via video January 27, 2021

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 3: Italy

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 3: Italy

January 27, 2021

This episode of Global Gospel Conversations with Co-hosts Pastor Dan Johnson and NC Baptist Senior Consultant, Asian Church Planting, Ralph Garay. Special Guest is Pastor Alessandro Di Leonardo of Italy.

Recorded live via video January 26, 2021

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 2: Japan

Global Gospel Conversations Episode 2: Japan

January 27, 2021

Second episode of Global Gospel Conversations with Co-hosts Pastor Dan Johnson and NC Baptist Senior Consultant, Asian Church Planting, Ralph Garay. Special guest is Pastor Joel Cuellar in Toyoko, Japan.

Recorded via video live on January 21, 2021

Global Gospel Conversations: Qatar

Global Gospel Conversations: Qatar

January 27, 2021

First episode of Global Gospel Conversations with Co-hosts Pastor Dan Johnson and NC Baptist Senior Consultant, Asian Church Planting, Ralph Garay. Special guest is Jay-Are Delos Reyes in Qatar.

 

Recorded live via video on January 21, 2021.

Experience the Presence of God, Week 3: Access Granted

Experience the Presence of God, Week 3: Access Granted

January 31, 2020

This week Elder Nate Jones finishes his series "Experience the Presence of God" by walking us through passages in John and Hebrews to help us see how God is the one and only source of true strength and comfort, and even in trials we can sing praises to Him.

Experience the Presence of God, Week 2: Promised Benefits

Experience the Presence of God, Week 2: Promised Benefits

January 19, 2020

God wants you to enjoy His presence. Practicing proper behaviors can issue us into the presence of God and allow us to receive the promised benefits in His Word. Elder Nate Jones continues our series "Experience the Presence of God."

Experience the Presence of God, Week 1: Evolution vs Creation

Experience the Presence of God, Week 1: Evolution vs Creation

January 12, 2020

The miracles in our lives and the very marvels of nature cry out supporting the existence of God. Elder Nate Jones begins our series "Experience the Presence of God" with a defense of that existence of a loving Creator.

Gone Fishing by Dan Johnson

Gone Fishing by Dan Johnson

January 5, 2020

No one encounters the presence of God and stays the same. Today we explore God's vision and our purpose on the first Sunday of the new year. In a message entitled "Gone Fishing", guest speaker Pastor Dan Johnson brings the Word from Luke 4 & 5, encouraging us not to limit God.

Our Hope. His Glory. by Cale Little

Our Hope. His Glory. by Cale Little

December 29, 2019

Shepherds sat in darkness and silence watching their sheep. An angel broke that silence and illuminated their, and our, promise. History tells His story. Join us as Youth Pastor Cale Little shares how the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand from Luke 2.

Be Christmas by Chris Hankins

Be Christmas by Chris Hankins

December 27, 2019

When we think of Christmas, we thing of jolly ole St. Nick; but the real gift came much earlier. God so lord the world that He gave. Join us as Pastor Chris Hankins brings "Be Christmas" from John 3.

When Plans Don’t Work Out by Justin Gillespie

When Plans Don’t Work Out by Justin Gillespie

December 8, 2019

When you are full of fears and doubt and all your plans go awry, what do you do? How do you handle it? God doesn't always show up the way we thought He would, but He does show up. Today, Justin Gillespie brings us the word from Luke 24 and reminding us that Jesus is closest to the broken hearted.

A Walk of Faith by Nate Jones

A Walk of Faith by Nate Jones

December 3, 2019

Today, Nate Jones walks us through Genesis 12:1-9 as we look at Abrams Walk of Faith, and the Obedience, Opposition, and Opportunities he faced along the way.

Cling to the King by Cale Little

Cling to the King by Cale Little

December 1, 2019

Today, Cale Little walks us through Zechariah 3 as we look at how we should cling to our King.

“Without Fear” (John 18:1-40)

“Without Fear” (John 18:1-40)

November 10, 2019

Fear, it’s a real thing. All of us have experienced fear at different times. But, what happens when fear affects our calling as a follower of Jesus? And, more importantly, what can we see happen without fear?

In John chapter 18 we find the story of Jesus’ arrest and trial. Obviously, the story is about Jesus and His victory through the fulfillment of His purpose in coming. But also woven into the story is the Apostle Peter, and his failing due to fear. By comparing Jesus’ actions and Peter’s, we’re going to discover just exactly what all of us can accomplish without fear. Now, here’s Pastor Clay

“Thank God for…” (Part 2) – 1 Peter 1:1-7

“Thank God for…” (Part 2) – 1 Peter 1:1-7

November 6, 2019

Thankfulness; most of us understand the importance of being thankful, especially to God. But, it’s not always easy, is it?

This week, we’re finishing up a message that Pastor Clay began last Sunday, from 1 Peter chapter 1, where we find out that there are some things that we can and should thank God for.  What we’re going to hear is a reminder to all of us that an attitude of gratitude is critical for experiencing a life of joy.

“Thank God for…” (Part 1) – 1 Peter 1:1-7

“Thank God for…” (Part 1) – 1 Peter 1:1-7

October 27, 2019

Often in life, our “circumstances” less than desirable. Trials can test our faith and cause us to struggle, spiritually and emotionally. In those times a little encouragement can go a long way.

The first century church faced many obstacles, including persecution for their faith. In 1 Peter, the Apostle Peter is writing to believers to encourage them to stay strong in the faith and to remind them of what it is we have to be thankful for as followers of Jesus.

When we face difficult trials, it can be easy to focus on the trial itself. But as Pastor Clay is going to show us this week from 1 Peter chapter 1, we have much to be thankful for.

Message: “God’s Got This” – Psalm 121

Message: “God’s Got This” – Psalm 121

October 20, 2019

The road of life; it’s up and it’s down and sometimes, it feels like it’s all over the place. At times we feel very secure on the road of life. At other times, we could probably all agree, fear and uncertainty are present as we walk that road.

This week, Pastor Clay is taking us to a psalm written specifically for travelers facing an uncertain journey. We may not always know what is on the road before us, but we can be sure of the God who goes before us on our journey.

What Blind Men Can See - Matthew 9:27-31

What Blind Men Can See - Matthew 9:27-31

October 14, 2019

Sight is a precious gift and there is so much to see all around us. But, there is another kind of sight that is even more valuable than physical sight. Can you guess what it is?

This week, Pastor Clay is taking us to Matthew chapter 9 and the account of Jesus’ encounter with two blind men, where we will discover that even though they were physically blind, these two men could see things that others often can’t.

Crossroads (Week 40) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 2)

Crossroads (Week 40) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 2)

October 6, 2019

What matters to you? For many people wealth and possessions matter; the big house, the expensive car. For some people health, being in shape, working out and eating right, that’s what really matters. If you ask all kinds of people, you’ll probably get all kinds of answers. So, what matters to you?

In the book of 1 Corinthians, the Apostle Paul, the author, gives much instruction, much direction, a good bit of correction, and plenty of inspiration in this New Testament book. This week, as we close out our study of 1 Corinthians, Paul, under inspiration of the Holy Spirit, leaves the Corinthians and us with a reminder of what really matters in life.

Student Pastor Cale Little - Meditating On God’s Word (Psalm 119)

Student Pastor Cale Little - Meditating On God’s Word (Psalm 119)

September 29, 2019

What does meditation look like and what does it mean to be mindful of God?

Pastor Clay is on vacation this week. Today's message is from Student Pastor Cale Little and the focus in on Psalm 119:15; "I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways." With all the distractions of life and all the things clamoring for our attention, how to we push the world aside and ponder on His Word?

 

Crossroads (Week 39) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 2)

Crossroads (Week 39) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 2)

September 22, 2019

Have you ever seen a product for sale online or on television that promised results that were too good to be true? In most cases, products like that over-promise and under-deliver. Not so with the promise we’re going to look at in 1 Corinthians 15. In fact, this is a promise that is guaranteed to over-deliver.

In our series “Crossroads - Where Your Faith Intersects Your Culture,” we’ve been making our way through the Apostle Paul’s first letter to the church in Corinth, a city at the crossroads of trade and commerce in the ancient world. This is our fifth week in 1 Corinthians 15, as we’re taking an in-depth look at Paul’s discussion of the Gospel. As Pastor Clay is going to explain in this week’s message, the Gospel makes a promise that almost seems too good to be true. But, as we’ll see, God always delivers on His promises.

 

Crossroads (Week 38) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 1)

Crossroads (Week 38) - 1 Corinthians 15:33-58 (Part 1)

September 15, 2019

How are the dead raised back to life? And, what kind of body do they have?

Over the last several weeks we’ve been in 1 Corinthians chapter 15, as the Apostle Paul carefully lays out a case for the validity of the resurrection. As Pastor Clay has explained in earlier messages, cultural influences had caused some in the church in Corinth to question whether the resurrection was actually true.

In this week’s message, Pastor Clay is going to explain how the Holy Spirit led the Apostle Paul to anticipate two questions; how are the dead raised and what kind of body will they have? Paul’s answer to those questions is simpler than you might think, but incredibly important for all of us who have put our hope in the Gospel.

Crossroads (Week 37) - 1 Corinthians 15:5-32 (continued) & 1 Corinthians 15:33-58

Crossroads (Week 37) - 1 Corinthians 15:5-32 (continued) & 1 Corinthians 15:33-58

September 8, 2019

"I’ve got great news! God sent His Son to earth to die on a cross for our sins. He did that, but death couldn’t hold Him and He rose from the dead three days later." In a nutshell, that is the Gospel, the Good News that the church is built on. But, how do you answer a skeptic; specifically, someone that doesn’t believe in the resurrection from the dead?

As we’ve been making our way through 1 Corinthians 15, the Apostle Paul has logically walked us through reasons to believe in the resurrection and the consequences if the resurrection isn’t true. This week, Pastor Clay is taking us deeper into Paul’s defense of this most important truth that gives us not only assurance of what happened in the past, but hope for what is going to happen in the future.

Crossroads (Week 36) - 1 Corinthians 15:5-32

Crossroads (Week 36) - 1 Corinthians 15:5-32

September 6, 2019

Please bear with us through the audio difficulties during the first half of this week's podcast, as this is a message that you don't want to miss.

The Gospel, it’s a phrase that can be used a lot at church, and it should be. The death, burial, and resurrection is the most important message that can be shared, in church or outside the church. But, what if someone doesn’t believe one of the key components of the Gospel?

The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the grave; it’s as vital a part of the Good News as anything. But, as we started into 1 Corinthians 15 last week, we saw how some of the people in Corinth were being persuaded to not believe in a bodily resurrection.
As we jump back into the text today, Pastor Clay is going to walk us through the Apostle Paul’s defense of the reality of the resurrection, and why it’s so important for all of us.

 

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