Vision Sunday: PFC's Ecosystem - Romans 5:1-11
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by Parker Ford Church
5h ago
As we transition into the summer months at PFC we're taking a Sunday to look at where we've been, where we are, and where we're headed. Utilizing the imagery of a healthy and thriving ecosystem, Pastor DJay will be highlighting Romans 5:1-11 to help recap the first 11 chapters of Romans and set up the PFC summer teaching and ministry schedule ..read more
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To God Be the Glory! Romans 11:25-36
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by Parker Ford Church
6d ago
As we wrap up Romans Chapter 11, let’s respond in humble adoration, awe-filled wonder, gratefulness, and praise to our merciful and omniscient God! Let’s pour out our praise and give Him glory!  ..read more
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Humility & Reverence - Romans 11:11-24
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by Parker Ford Church
2w ago
This week we are looking at the middle of Romans, chapter 11. Paul is using a tree  metaphor to describe the Gentiles being grafted into God’s people. Paul also gives us a warning  about how believers should be conducting their lives. When Jesus is our Lord, the way we live should be different.  ..read more
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Heralds for the King - Romans 10:14-21
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by Parker Ford Church
1M ago
This week we are going to continue to look at Romans chapter 10. Paul is still answering the question: Why has Israel missed out on the righteousness of Christ while the Gentiles welcomed and received it? We will notice in these scriptures, we have a God who is in continual pursuit of his people, and those of us who are in the family of God, play an intricate role in building His Kingdom.    ..read more
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Confess & Believe - Romans 10:5-13
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by Parker Ford Church
1M ago
If you've lived any amount of life you have likely been on the receiving end of a "non-apology apology." Someone says to you, "I'm sorry I hurt you...but." Or, "I'M SORRY! Are you happy now?!" I hate fake apologies. Unfortunately, I've probably given them before! If you've been on the receiving end of a classic non-apology from me...let me just say I'm sorry...but you probably deserved it. Ok, just kidding! Hopefully, you have also experienced the power of a true, heartfelt apology accompanied by a change in behavior. This is a good way to think about Biblical confession. To confess is to see ..read more
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He is Worthy
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by Parker Ford Church
1M ago
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Our Sovereign & Merciful God - Romans 9:14-29
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by Parker Ford Church
2M ago
We see God’s sovereignty and mercy on full display in Romans 9:14-29. One of the pictures that is used is that of a potter and a lump of clay. We’ll be reminded that our job as the lump of clay is to be grateful for our part in the beautiful story that God is writing. He is full of compassion and is faithful in keeping His promises ..read more
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God's Promises - Romans 9:1-13
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by Parker Ford Church
2M ago
We are staring a new section in Romans this week, Chapters 9-11. This section seems to be an abrupt stop in Paul's pastoral flow from Romans 8. Therefore,  we need to know and understand why this is happening. Have we been reading Romans 9-11 with the wrong contextual view? Have we missed Paul's heart and intention? Possibly. We will examine and explore the heart of Paul and what he is communicating in Romans 9:1-13.  ..read more
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Trust the Process - Romans 8:26-30
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by Parker Ford Church
2M ago
If you’re a Sixers fan, you just groaned when you read that phrase. I apologize. This Sunday we’ll be taking a closer look at a promise that is often misused and misunderstood. God wants us to become more and more like Jesus so He is constantly at work in our lives. The good, the bad, and the ugly – God is taking it all and using it for our good and to conform us to the image of His Son. Oftentimes we can’t see how this is “good” but we can trust His plan. This Sunday, we’ll discover how we can have hope in this present life because of the certainty of our future.  ..read more
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The Inseparable Love of a Champion - Romans 8:31-39
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by Parker Ford Church
2M ago
Christ is risen! The empty tomb is such a sweet symbol of ultimate victory! 2,000 years ago, Jesus suffered and died, was buried, but rose again three days later … why? Because He loves you just that much! He is the ultimate champion who is for you and with you! And there is absolutely nothing in this broken world that can separate us from His love. On this Easter Sunday, bask in the victory that is ours through the sacrificial love and resurrection power of Jesus!  ..read more
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