The Holy Trinity – Always Present
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by Fr. Charles
2d ago
Beginning in Advent to our present day, listen to Fr. Charles as he explains that the Holy Trinity was, is and will always be present in the story of the Gospel ..read more
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Pentecost – The Unifying Work of the Holy Spirit
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by Rev. Ben Wheeler
1w ago
We were blessed to have the Rev. Ben Wheeler, from the church plant - Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Tyler, Texas, as our preacher this Sunday. His message is based on the apostle Philip in John 14 beginning at the 8th verse. Philip still doesn’t get it after being with Jesus for 3 years. Listen to Rev. Ben as he explains possible reasons for this, as well his own personal story filled with grief but also God’s glory ..read more
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The Conversation
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by Fr. Charles
2w ago
If you’ve ever wondered what a conversation between Jesus and his father might sound like, look no further than John chapter 17. Join Fr. Charles as he explains ..read more
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Surprised by Joy
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by Fr. Chris
3w ago
God wants us to experience joy. But joy can seem difficult to find in a world filled with pain. Listen in as Fr. Chris talks about how we find joy in Jesus ..read more
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Godly Actions and Godly Love
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by Fr. Charles
1M ago
Often times Christians think of their spiritual life, as an exhausting journey of moralism wherein they inevitably fail. However, the Christian life described by Jesus, doesn’t seem to be that at all. Jesus actually makes the opposite argument. Jesus says that the love of God in your heart is the necessary precondition for keeping his commandments. Join Fr. Charles as he explains ..read more
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One Shepherd. One Flock.
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by Fr. Chris
1M ago
We all live our lives based on what we do - or don’t - believe about God and religion. And as Jesus makes the startling declaration that there will be One Shepherd and One Flock, listen in as Fr. Chris explains the very real and practical implications of Jesus’ statements ..read more
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The Resurrected Life
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by Fr. Charles
1M ago
If I were to ask you to describe your perfect vacation and then to describe heaven, which one would sound more appealing? Christians often have a hard time imagining the quality of the resurrected life. Join Fr. Charles as he gives a more robust picture of what awaits us ..read more
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When God Speaks Peace
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by Fr. Charles
1M ago
By following Jesus, the disciples had made enemies with practically every prominent person in Israel. But with the death of Jesus, they were left defenseless. But with his resurrection, they faced another problem. And it’s a problem we rarely consider. Join Fr. Charles as he explains ..read more
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3 Days – Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter
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by Fr. Chris
2M ago
Three women, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome, were there at Jesus’ crucifixion. They were there when his dead body was placed in the tomb. They had ever reason to believe his body would be there when they brought spices with them to anoint his body on the third day. What they found instead was a young man sitting on the right side, dressed in a white robe. Listen to Fr. Chris as he describes how a young man’s faith is based on those three days and how those three days changed everything ..read more
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Good Friday: Why was Jesus Crucified?
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by Fr. Chris
2M ago
Crucifixion was a painful and very public punishment. So why was this Jesus' punishment? Listen to Fr. Chris as he explains what it meant to be crucified; why this was God's plan; and why we call this day, Good ..read more
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