1. Isaac and Jacob
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1d ago
This week, we're launching into our new summer message series, Genesis: The Birth of a Nation, where we are exploring the lives of Isaac and Jacob. Those who have been around Providence for a while know that we’ve explored other parts of Genesis in the past. In 2016, we began at the end of the book, looking at the story of Joseph, which vividly points forward to Jesus. We later rewound to the first eleven chapters of Genesis, digging into the creation story, Noah, the flood, and the Tower of Babel, where God creates the nations of the earth by scattering them in an act of judgment. In Genesis ..read more
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Hopes for Providence Church
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1w ago
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64. Faithfulness in the Absence of the King
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
2w ago
In Luke 19, Jesus is on the outskirts of Jerusalem, getting ready to enter the city where he will soon be crucified. Before he does, he addresses the crowds with a parable about three servants. Two of them invest the money given to them by their master to enlarge his estate. The third wastes it. In the story, Jesus challenges how we view him, the gifts he has given to us, and our responsibility until his return ..read more
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The Universal Call to Ministry
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Josh Patterson
3w ago
We often think about the call to ministry as some kind of charge for those elite few. But as Paul addresses the Ephesians, he shows them something different. We're all called to ministry while some are specifically called to equip others for the task. Josh Patterson explains what it looks like for the church to walk in this truth ..read more
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The Universal Call to Ministry
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Josh Patterson
3w ago
We often think about the call to ministry as some kind of charge for those elite few. But as Paul addresses the Ephesians, he shows them something different. We're all called to ministry while some are specifically called to equip others for the task. Josh Patterson explains what it looks like for the church to walk in this truth ..read more
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63. Jesus and Zacchaeus
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1M ago
If you grew up going to church, you’re likely familiar with the story of Zacchaeus and the song about his encounter with Jesus. As a tax collector, he was a hated man in his town who exhorted the people around him for personal gain. Yet, Jesus called him by name and risked his own reputation to stay with him in his home ..read more
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62. Your Faith Has Made You Well
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1M ago
As Jesus gets closer and closer to Jerusalem, the crowds are growing. While passing through the region of Jericho, he encounters a blind man who persistently calls on Jesus for help. Despite the crowd trying to stop him, the man continues crying out to the only one who can truly heal him. What can we learn from the actions of this man? What do we discover about Jesus’ character through this episode ..read more
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61. The Glorious Certainty of the Resurrection (Easter Sunday)
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1M ago
As we celebrate Easter weekend, we look at the third time Jesus explains his coming suffering and death to his disciples. But despite his clear prophesy, they still don't get it ..read more
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60. What is Impossible With Men is Possible With God
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Afshin Ziafat
1M ago
Our journey through Luke continues with a scene where Jesus is confronted by a rich ruler. In their conversation, Jesus calls on him to do what seems impossible – turn his back on his own wealth. While the man is discouraged, Jesus also issues a promise – “What is impossible with man is possible with God.” In this passage, we see the high calling of following Christ and the equally high promise that the Holy Spirit will sustain us ..read more
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Dying to Live
Providence Church Sermon Podcast
by Grant Hoover
2M ago
We have all experienced seasons of despair and hopelessness. These seasons are all that much harder when we know its our own actions that have put us there. In Ezekiel, the prophet is living among a people who are dejected, broken, and facing the consequences that result from generations of sin. In Ezekiel 37, in their darkest hour, God instructs him to prophesy in a way that hints toward new hope and restoration ..read more
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