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Quick to Listen, Slow to Speak, and Slow to Anger - 06/26/22
 
37:37
June 27, 2022
Choosing Maturity - 06/12/22
 
47:29
June 13, 2022
Holy Discontent - 05/29/22
 
57:36
May 31, 2022
Go Glocal - 05/15/22
 
47:20
May 16, 2022
Missions Weekend - 05/01/22
 
34:34
May 02, 2022
How to Love God - 04/24/22
 
53:24
April 26, 2022
Fight For Your Faith - 04/03/22
 
47:52
April 04, 2022
Word of Christ - 22/03/27
 
35:26
March 28, 2022
Find Your Place - 03/20/22
 
38:17
March 22, 2022
Find Your Place - 22/03/06
Find Your Place Theme: Being useful in the kingdom of God. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message reveals the value that each follower of Jesus has when they are being useful in the kingdom of God. Text: Galatians 5:13 (ESV) Being useful in the kingdom of God begins the moment I choose to follow Jesus Romans 12:1 (ESV) Being useful in the kingdom of God is true wisdom Titus 3:8, 14 2 Peter 1:8 Colossians 1:9, 10 Mark 8:35 Being useful in the kingdom of God brings me the greatest joy John 15:8-13 1 Corinthians 13:3 Philemon 10,11 2 Timothy 2:21 2 Timothy 4:11 Conclusion: Begin your journey into being a useful citizen of God’s kingdom by serving on a team either in the local church, local community or globally. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with...
37:32
March 07, 2022
Grow in Joy - 22/02/27
In their farewell message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we can grow in joy as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to grow in joy through proper focus, close community, and prayer. Notes: Theme: We can grow in joy as followers of Jesus. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to grow in joy through proper focus, close community, and prayer. Text: Philippians 1:3-11; Nehemiah 8:10 (ESV) We can grow in joy by remembering the good in life. Philippians 4:8 (ESV) We can grow in joy by living in close community with imperfect followers of Jesus. We can grow in joy by praying for one another. Pray that we grow in love - John 13:35 (ESV) Pray that we grow in discernment. Pray that we live pure and blameless lives. Pray that we would be fruitful. Conclusion: We can grow in joy through proper focus, close community, and prayer. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Whose moving to Florida next week :-)? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How can we maintain or grow our God-given joy? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why can it be hard to remember the good in life? How could you get to know others at Connection Point Church better? What prayer point (from above) is most meaningful to you and why?
53:08
February 28, 2022
Grow Your Soul - 22/02/20
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares why it is important that we embrace loss as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to grow your soul by embracing loss. Notes: Theme: Why must we embrace loss as followers of Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to grow your soul by embracing loss and experiencing resurrection. Text: John 12:24-26 (ESV) We must embrace loss or else we lose our humanity. Common defenses: denial, minimizing, blaming others, blaming ourselves, rationalizing, distractions, and hostility. We can embrace loss through healthy grieving. Pay attention - Job 6:2-4 (NLT) Actively wait in the confusing in-between. Embrace the gift of our limits. Climb the ladder of humility. A fear of God and mindfulness of Him. Doing God’s will (not our own). Willing to subject ourselves to the direction of others. Patient to accept the difficulties of others. Radical honesty to others about our weaknesses/faults. Deeply aware of being chief of all sinners. Purposeful to speak less. Transformed into the love of God. When we embrace loss we experience resurrection. Job 42:10-17 (NLT) Conclusion: We grow our soul by embracing loss and experiencing resurrection. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Whose car doors where frozen shut last week? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What defense mechanisms have you used to deal with pain (denial, minimizing, blaming others, blaming ourselves, rationalizing, distractions, hostility)? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What loss are you currently dealing with? In what ways can you actively wait in the confusing in-between time? Where do you think you are at on the ladder of humility?
41:27
February 21, 2022
Ephesians - I Am Victorious - 22/02/13
In this strengthening message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares who we are as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live victoriously in Christ as a child of God. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live victoriously in Christ as a child of God. Text: Ephesians 6:10-24 (ESV) Victims versus victors. We are victorious! We must walk in victory and help others experience victory. Conclusion: In Christ, we are victorious. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who did you cheer for in the Super Bowl? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How has our victimhood culture affected you? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What keeps you from living victoriously as a child of God? What piece of the armor of God needs built up in your life? What identity from Christ is strongest in your life (saint, blessed, appreciated, saved, reconciled, endure affliction, heard, gifted, new, forgiven, adopted, loved, rewarded, victorious)?
33:06
February 14, 2022
Ephesians - I Am Loved and Rewarded - 22/02/06
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares who we are as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to love others in service to Jesus. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to love others in service to Jesus. Text: Ephesians 4:17-18 (NLT); 5:21-6:9 (ESV) We are loved. John 3:16 (ESV) Galatians 5:19-23 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 (NLT) 1 Timothy 1:9-11 (NLT) Philemon 1:16 We are rewarded. Conclusion: In Christ, we are loved and rewarded. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Is snow something you like, put up with, or dislike? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Why do we struggle so much with the word, “submit”? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How could you display greater love or respect for your spouse or future spouse? How could you better display love toward others in the church? How could you be a better employer or employee?
36:12
February 06, 2022
Ephesians - I Am Forgiven and Adopted - 22/01/30
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares who we are as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live confidently in the family of God and forgive others. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live confidently in the family of God and forgive others. Text: Ephesians 4:25-5:21 (ESV) We are forgiven. Forgiveness is: Removing the control your offender has over you. Giving a gift to your offender and yourself. Leaving ultimate justice in God’s hands. An ongoing process. Wanting good for your offender. Forgiveness if not: Denying that something occurred. Necessarily a response to a repentant apology. Forgetting. Trust. Proverbs 18:21 (ESV) We are adopted. John 14:18 (ESV) We are adopted: Into a family. With an inheritance. With a new identity. Conclusion: In Christ, we are forgiven and adopted. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite snow activity? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What characteristic of your God-given identity do you appreciate the most (blessed, saint, endure affliction, appreciated, saved, reconciled, heard, gifted, new, forgiven, adopted)? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How has bitterness robbed you of joy in your past? Who might you need to forgive in your present? How can you get to know your heavenly Father more?
34:50
January 31, 2022
Ephesians - I Am New - 22/01/23
In this encouraging message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares who we are as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live new in Christ. Notes: Theme: Who are we? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live new in Christ. Text: Ephesians 4:17-24 (ESV) Are you in Adam or are you in Christ? Genesis 1:26 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 15:21-22 (ESV) In Christ, we are blessed saints who can endure affliction and who are appreciated, saved, reconciled, heard, and gifted. Ephesians 3:20 (ESV) In Christ, we are new. We have a new Lord, who provides for us a new birth, as His new creation, to live fully for Him with new hearts and new minds, and in a new community. Ephesians 4:17-24 (NLT) Conclusion: In Christ, you are new! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What did you think of the Purdue/IU basketball game? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What New Year’s resolutions did you make this year? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How has Jesus made your life new? What do you currently need to see made new in your life? How could you better walk in the newness of life that Jesus offers us?
32:36
January 24, 2022
Choose Community - 22/01/16
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we develop community with others. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to sign up for a class this winter. Notes: Theme: How can I develop community in my life? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to sign up for a class this winter. Text: John 1:43-51 (ESV) To live in community you must be invited John 1:35-42 (ESV) To live in community you must get rid of negative thinking. In community you develop meaningful relationships and witness extraordinary things. Conclusion: Choose community today! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are you looking forward to in 2022? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What has made community difficult this past year? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why do we sometimes avoid community with others? Why is community important in our lives? What class did you sign-up for?
15:59
January 17, 2022
Missions Weekend - 22/01/09
In this message, a guest speaker shares an inspiring message about reaching the nations at out local campus. Join us as we discover God’s heart for the world. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to make a difference in your community.
53:60
January 10, 2022
Abide Together - A Praying Life - 22/01/02
In this New Years message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares important principles in prayer. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to spend time with God in prayer. Notes: Theme: How do we pray? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to spend time with God in prayer. Text: Matthew 18:1-4 (ESV) To pray, we must become like a child. Matthew 11:28 (NLT) John 1:46-7 (NLT) To pray, we must learn to talk with our heavenly Father. To pray, we must spend time with our heavenly Father. Luke 5:16 (ESV) John 5:19 (NLT) John 8:28 (NLT) Conclusion: To pray, we must become like little children who spend time with and talk with our heavenly Father. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What did you do for New Year’s Eve? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What are some New Year’s resolutions you have made? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What are some hurdles you have faced when trying to pray? When and where do you have a concentrated time for prayer? What can we pray with you about this week?
29:16
January 03, 2022
Celebrating Jesus - 21/12/26
In this message, Pastor Zach Rainey shares how we can celebrate Jesus. Our prayer is that this message would remind you that God comes to bring comfort, show favor, remove fear, and do the miraculous!
15:31
December 28, 2021
When God Comes - 21/12/19
In this faith-filled message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares what happens when God comes. Our prayer is that this message would remind you that God comes to bring comfort, show favor, remove fear, and do the miraculous! Notes: Theme: What happens when God comes? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message would remind you that God comes to bring comfort, to show favor, remove fear, and do the miraculous! Text: Luke 1:26-38 (ESV) God comes to comfort us. John 14:26-27 (ESV) God comes to show favor. Psalm 119:68 (NLT) God comes to remove fear. God comes to do the miraculous. God comes so we will put our faith in Him. Luke 1:45 (NLT) Conclusion: When God comes, He comes to comfort us, show us favor, remove fear, and do the miraculous! All so that we will put our complete faith in Him. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Share a family Christmas tradition you have. Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How have you experienced God’s favor in the past? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How has God comforted you in the past? What fears do you have that God needs to dispel? What miracle do you need from God right now?
30:04
December 20, 2021
A Hope-filled Christmas - 21/12/12
In this encouraging message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we can have a hope-filled Christmas. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find hope by believing in Jesus. Notes: Christmas at Connection Point A Hope-filled Christmas Theme: We can have a hope-filled Christmas. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find hope by believing in Jesus. Text: Luke 2:10-14 (NLT) We can have a hope-filled Christmas because Jesus changes the lives of ordinary people. Luke 2:15 (NLT) We can have a hope-filled Christmas because Jesus brings joy. We can have a hope-filled Christmas because Jesus brings peace. Jesus is hope. Luke 2:14 (NLT) John 3:19 (NLT) John 1:11-12 (NLT) John 14:27 (ESV) Romans 15:13 (ESV) Conclusion: We can experience a hope-filled Christmas by believing in Jesus, who is hope. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite Christmas song? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How do people around you try to find joy and peace in their lives? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why does joy sometimes diminish in our lives, even if you are a follower of Jesus? In what area of your life are you not experiencing peace? How do you intend to enjoy a hope-filled Christmas this year?
18:01
December 13, 2021
A Season of Giving - 21/12/05
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we and others can experience joy in giving. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to take next steps in giving in 2022. Notes: Theme: We can experience joy by giving. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to take next steps in giving in 2022. Text: 2 Corinthians 9:6-11 (ESV) We can experience joy by giving because God provides for our needs. Malachi 3:8-12 (ESV) www.connectionpointchurch.org/giveGive - Connection Point ChurchGiveTogether we can make an extraordinary difference.YOUR GENEROSITY HELPS US Bless Others.Give NowThe stewardship of our finances is a tremendous—and often overlooked—area of our lives where we can faithfully proclaim the gospel. Giving strengthens our devotion to Christ and frees us to live open-handedly with the gifts God gives us. We trust in Him and His provision instead of our ... Read Morewww.connectionpointchurch.org 2 Corinthians 8:1-4 (ESV) We can experience joy by giving because giving brings joy into other people’s lives. Conclusion: You can experience joy by giving because giving brings joy into other people’s lives. Matthew 6:21 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is a favorite gift you have received? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is a favorite gift you have given? Which one makes you more excited, the gift you received or the one you gave? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why do you think people may not give faithfully and generously? How have you experienced God’s faithfulness in your life? For those who have given faithfully in the past, how have you seen God take care of your needs?
25:05
December 06, 2021
Ephesians - I Am Heard and Gifted - 21/11/28
In this powerful message, Pastor Zach Maddox asks who are we in Christ? Our prayer is that this message encourages you to regularly pray and use your spiritual gifts as a follower of Jesus. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to regularly pray and use your spiritual gifts as a follower of Jesus. Text: Ephesians 3:14-4:16 (ESV) We are heard. Prayer is personal. God always answers our prayers. Prayer is often about changing us. We must pray that God’s will is done on earth. Prayer keeps us from grumbling and gossiping. Prayer is relational. Prayer is asking. Prayer is expecting. Prayer is God glorifying. We are gifted. Ephesians 4:7-12 Natural gifts, Spiritual gifts, and Supernatural gifts https://assessments.giftpassionstory.com/register 1 Corinthians 12:4-11 (ESV) https://connectionpointchurch.org/holyspirit https://connectionpointchurch.org/serve Conclusion: In Christ, we are heard and gifted. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What did you do for Thanksgiving? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Why can prayer be a difficult spiritual discipline to maintain? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What corporate prayer time are you most inclined to attend? What is the most God-glorifying path for your life right now? What’s keeping you from journeying that path with Jesus? What spiritual gifts do you have? Where are you using them? When has God used you in supernatural gifts? What questions do you have about Holy Spirit baptism?
46:33
November 29, 2021
Ephesians - I Am Reconciled and Afflicted - 21/11/21
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox asks who are we in Christ? Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live reconciled and endure affliction in Christ. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live reconciled and endure affliction in Christ. Text: Ephesians 2:11-3:13 (ESV) We are reconciled. Genesis 12:3 (ESV) Ephesians 2:13-18 (ESV) We can endure affliction. Types of affliction: original sin, punishment, decision, demonic, victim, collective, disciplinary, opposition, empathetic, testimonial, providential, preventative, mysterious, and end times. Romans 8:28 (ESV) Conclusion: In Christ, we are reconciled and we can endure affliction. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What do you do with your leftover Turkey? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Where do prejudices and bias come from? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why can it be so difficult to reconcile relationships? How have you successfully faced affliction in your past? What kind of affliction are you facing right now?
35:33
November 22, 2021
Missions Conference - 21/11/14
In this message, a guest speaker shares an inspiring message about reaching the nations. Join us as we discover God’s heart for the world. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to make a difference in our global village. Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What do you think the following statement means: the Church doesn’t have a mission; the mission has a Church. Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What did our missionary guest share that stood out to you?
50:55
November 15, 2021
VISION Sunday - Equipping people to live as authentic followers of Jesus - 21/11/07
In this important Vision Sunday message, Pastor Zach Maddox and others share who we are as a local church. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live as an authentic follower of Jesus. Notes: Theme: Who are we as a local church? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live as an authentic follower of Jesus. Text: Matthew 28:19-20 (ESV) Connection Point Church Mission - Equipping people to live as authentic followers of Jesus. Values Authentic Community Spirit Led God Encounters Generous Living World Impact Strategy - Out of a lifestyle of worship and prayer... Grow in Groups and Classes Serve on a Volunteer Team Go into the Community Measures Abide Daily Love Jesus and Others Serve Others Share Good News Give Selflessly Make Disciples Conclusion: Be equipped and live as an authentic follower of Jesus! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What kind of car did you say Connection Point Church is? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What stood out to you the most regarding who we are as a local church? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. When was the last time you put someone else’s needs above your own? What did that look like? Who are you praying for that is far from God? Who is helping you grow in Christ? Who are you helping grow?
44:46
November 08, 2021
Ephesians - I Am Appreciated and Saved - 21/10/31
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox asks who are we in Christ? Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live appreciated and saved in Christ. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live appreciated and saved in Christ. Text: Ephesians 1:15-2:10 (ESV) We are appreciated. Mark 10:43 (ESV) We are saved. Ephesians 2:1-10 (NLT) Conclusion: In Christ, we are appreciated and saved. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What ingredients do you use to make s’mores? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Who are you in Christ? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Which one of the following do you struggle with the most: grumbling, competing, living in bitterness, performing or boasting? What other things do we use to try to rescue us from life’s difficulties? Where and how are you using the gifts God has given you?
38:31
November 04, 2021
Ephesians - I Am a Blessed Saint - 21/10/24
In this encouraging message, Pastor Zach Maddox asks who are we in Christ? Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live in Christ as blessed saints. Notes: Theme: Who are we in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live in Christ as blessed saints. Text: Ephesians 1:1-14 (ESV) We are saints. Romans 8:1 (ESV) We are blessed. Conclusion: In Christ, we are blessed saints. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Which do you like better: apple picking or visiting a pumpkin patch? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Who are you in Christ? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How can we appropriately respond to Holy Spirit conviction? In what ways do we try to force God to bless us? What are some of the blessings you have in Christ?
45:00
October 25, 2021
Ephesians - I Am in Christ - 21/10/18
In this strengthening message, Pastor Zach Maddox asks are we in Adam or are we in Christ? Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live in Christ as a follower of Jesus. Notes: Theme: Are you in Adam or are you in Christ? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live in Christ as a follower of Jesus. Text: Ephesians 1:1 (ESV) Who am I? Who does God say I am? Genesis 1:26-28 (ESV) Are you in Adam or are you in Christ? Genesis 3:1-6 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 15:21-22 (ESV) John 15:5 (ESV) Philippians 4:12-13 (NLT) Conclusion: Are you in Adam, sharing in his defeat, or are you in Christ, sharing in His victory? In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who has the best pizza in Tippecanoe County? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What nickname did you have as a child? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What has been the strongest identity you have had in life (i.e.: family name, job title, etc…)? When has an identity you’ve had (i.e.: husband, mother, son, professor, farmer, etc…) been most challenged or disrupted? How did that identity crisis occur? How can you begin to live more firmly in your God-given identity as a son or daughter of King Jesus?
50:33
October 18, 2021
Serve Others - Building Up The Body - 21/10/10
In this powerful message, Pastor Jim Walsh shares that we are all called to serve in the Kingdom of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to recognize the blessing and privilege of serving others and joyfully discover your place of service in the Kingdom of God. Notes: Theme: We are all called to faithfully serve in the Kingdom of God. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to recognize the blessing and privilege of serving others and joyfully discover your place of service in the Kingdom of God. Text: Galatians 5:13 (ESV) We are all saved to do the work of the ministry Galatians 5:13 (ESV) I Peter 2:16 (GW) Romans 12:1 (NKJV) Ephesians 4:11 (NIV) Ephesians 4:12 (AMP) We are all part of God’s building 1 Corinthians 3:7-15 (ESV) Ephesians 2:19-21 (ESV) We all must be eager and enthusiastic about serving the Kingdom of God Titus 3:14 (ESV) (CEV) (DRV) Titus 2:14 (ESV) (AMP) We all must only do those things that build others up 1 Corinthians 14:1-5  (ESV) 1 Corinthians 14:12  (ESV) 1 Corinthians 14:26  (ESV) We all must resist unhealthy mindsets which lead to idleness 2 Thessalonians 3:6-11 (ESV) Conclusion: Head out onto Main St. or go to our website at connectionpointchurch.org to find a place for you to begin serving in the Kingdom of God. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is the tallest building you’ve been in? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What would you or those closest to you say is your number one gift? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Can ministers be doing too much of the work of the ministry? Why or why not? Where do you think your contribution in God’s building will be remembered? Give an example of when you’ve served alongside someone who is showing genuine enthusiasm and eagerness in the way they are serving in the Kingdom of God How can we lovingly encourage a brother away from idleness and into their God-given place in Kingdom work?
48:22
October 11, 2021
Better Together - Jesus, Judgment, and Persecution - 21/10/03
In this powerful message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares that following Jesus includes judgment and persecution. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to secure your life by making Jesus and His saving message the purpose of your life. Notes: Theme: Following Jesus includes judgment and persecution. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to secure your life by making Jesus and His saving message the purpose of your life. Text: Mark 1:14-15 (ESV) Jesus came to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom. Matthew 10:7-8 (ESV) Luke 10:8-9 (ESV) The time is fulfilled. The Kingdom of God is at hand. 1 Peter 5:8 (ESV) Luke 17:20-21 (ESV) Repent. Mark 8:34-35 (ESV) Matthew 11:12 (ESV) Matthew 13:44-46 (ESV) Believe in the Gospel. Matthew 5:10-12 (ESV) John 15:18-20 (ESV) Matthew 24:13 (ESV) 1 Peter 2:19-23 (NLT) Romans 8:16-17 (ESV) 1 Peter 4:12-14 (NLT) Romans 5:3-5 (ESV) James 1:2-3 (ESV) Conclusion: The time has come, the Kingdom of God is at hand, repent and believe in the Gospel! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite fall drink or food? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What message from this Better Together series was most meaningful to you? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How is Jesus helping you become more like Him? When have you been persecuted for following Jesus? What happened? What or who helped you endure persecution?
56:36
October 04, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Life - 21/09/26
In this moving message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares what God has to say about the life of the unborn. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to speak up for the unborn by praying, adopting, and supporting Matrix LifeCare Center. Notes: Theme: What does God have to say about the life of the unborn? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to speak up for the unborn by praying, adopting, and supporting Matrix LifeCare Center. Text: Luke 1:39-45 (ESV); Genesis 1:27 (NIV) What is abortion? What does Scripture say about abortion? God personally and individually creates every human life. Genesis 4:1 (ESV) Genesis 21:1-2 (NLT) Genesis 25:21-22 (NLT) Job 10:8-11 (NLT) Exodus 4:11 (ESV) John 9:1-3 (ESV) Psalm 100:3 (ESV) Psalm 139:13 (NLT) Psalm 139:15-16 (NLT) Ecclesiastes 11:5 (NLT) God judges nations who stain their land with murder. Psalm 106:37-38 (NIV) Genesis 4:8-10 (NLT) What should a person do if they have had or participated in an abortion. What can we do as a church? Proverbs 31:8-9 (NLT) Conclusion: Scripture tells us that before God formed us in our mother’s womb, He knew us. Before we were born we were set apart. That’s not just for us, that’s for every baby conceived in our nation, and on this planet (Jeremiah 1:5). In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What do you love about babies? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Do you know anyone who has adopted a child? If so, what kind of difference did that make in the life of the child and the family who adopted them? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What was something you learned about abortions you had not previously been aware of? What Scripture was most meaningful to you in regards to what God thinks about the unborn? When could you set aside time to pray for our nation, it’s leaders, and those who perform or participate in abortions? When could you visit Matrix LifeCare Center to see the difference they are making in the greater Lafayette area?
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September 27, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Refugees - 21/09/19
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares why it is important for followers of Jesus to love all people. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to love and care for the foreigners in our midst. Notes: Theme: Why is it important for followers of Jesus to love all people? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to love and care for the foreigners in our midst. Text: Luke 10:25-37 (ESV) God loves and rescues refugees. Deuteronomy 10:17-19 (ESV) Psalm 146:9 (ESV) God expects us to love and take care of refugees. Exodus 22:21 (NLT) Leviticus 19:33-34 (NLT) Numbers 15:15 (NLT) Deuteronomy 1:16-17 (NLT) Deuteronomy 24:14-15 (NLT) Job 29:16-17 (NLT) Jeremiah 7:5-6 (NLT) Matthew 25:35, 40 (NLT) Hebrews 13:1-2 (NLT) We are all refugees. Philippians 3:20 (NLT) 1 Peter 2:11 (NLT) Ephesians 2:19 (NLT) Conclusion: We must find ways to love and take care of foreigners because God does and He expects us too. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite food from a different country? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Who is someone you know from a different country? What country are they from? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How has your sense of self preservation or national identity sometimes gotten in the way of loving foreigners coming into our country? In what ways could you express love and hospitality toward foreigners in our area?
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September 20, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Children - 21/09/12
Better Together - Jesus and Children - 21/09/12
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September 17, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Compassion - 21/09/05
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares why it is important we maintain hearts of compassion as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to personally show compassion toward others in need. Notes: Theme: Why is it important we maintain hearts of compassion as followers of Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to personally show compassion toward others in need. Text: Matthew 9:35-36 (ESV) We must maintain a heart of compassion because God has a heart of compassion. Deuteronomy 15:7-8,10 (NLT) Psalm 41:1 (NLT) Proverbs 21:13 (NLT) Proverbs 22:9 (NLT) Proverbs 28:27 (NLT) Proverbs 19:17 (NLT) Matthew 25:40 (NLT) Proverbs 14:31 (NLT) John 13:29 (NLT) Luke 11:41; 12:33; 14:13; 19:8 Galatians 2:9-10 (NLT) We must maintain a heart of compassion because every person is valuable and precious in God’s sight. John 4:3-4 (NLT) Luke 9:54; 17:16 Luke 4:25-27 Luke 10:25-37 Isaiah 58:1-10 (NLT) Proverbs 22:2 (NLT) We must maintain a heart of compassion because we were poor and God graciously gave to us. Matthew 10:8 1 John 3:16-18 (NLT) Matthew 25:31-46 (NLT) Conclusion: We must maintain a heart of compassion to be an authentic follower of Jesus. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite fall activity? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. When and where was the last time you saw someone affected by poverty? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What has your view been of people affected by poverty or experiencing homelessness? How might you more personally interact with people who have been affected with poverty? What are some of the needs of people around you? How could you begin to meet them?
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September 07, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Racism - 21/08/29
In this powerful message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how racism gets resolved. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to use power rightly, bless those who persecute you, and pursue loving unity. Notes: Theme: How does racism get resolved? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to use power rightly, bless those who persecute you, and pursue loving unity. Text: John 13:34-35 (ESV) Racism gets resolved when we use power rightly. Genesis 1:28 (ESV) Luke 8:40-48 (ESV) Racism gets resolved when we bless those who persecute us. Matthew 5:43-48 (ESV) Luke 7:1-5 (ESV) Romans 5:8-11 (NLT) Racism gets resolved when the church pursues loving unity. John 13:34-35 (ESV) Ephesians 2:14 (NLT) Conclusion: Racism gets resolved when we use power rightly, when we bless those who persecute us, and when we pursue loving unity. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite season of the year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. In what ways or with whom are you sharing Good News, showing compassion, or participating in justice advocacy? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. When was a time you used power in wrongful ways? Or a time when someone used power incorrectly with you? When was a time you used power correctly? Or a time when someone used power correctly with you? When have you blessed someone who persecuted you? What can you do this week to increase unity with others at Connection Point?
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August 30, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Justice - 21/08/22
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how authentic followers of Jesus participate in the justice of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to proclaim Good News, show compassion, and participate in justice advocacy. Notes: Theme: How do authentic followers of Jesus participate in the justice of God? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to proclaim Good News, show compassion, and participate in justice advocacy. Text: Luke 4:16-21 (ESV) What is biblical justice? Isaiah 30:18 (ESV) 2 Peter 3:13 (ESV) How did Jesus do justice? Isaiah 58:6-8 (ESV) How can we participate in the justice of God? 2 Corinthians 5:21 (ESV) Psalm 41:1 (ESV) Proverbs 31:8-9 (ESV) Proverbs 14:20 (ESV) Conclusion: We can be authentic followers of Jesus by: proclaiming Good News, showing compassion, and participating in justice advocacy. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are your Labor Day plans? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What justice issues are most important to you? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How can you proclaim Good News this week? How can you show compassion toward another this month? How can you participate in justice advocacy this year?
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August 23, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Judging Others - 21/08/15
In this heart transforming message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we can live as authentic followers of Jesus by displaying grace and discernment. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek God for the transformation of your heart. Nots: Theme: We live as authentic followers of Jesus by displaying grace and discernment. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek God for the transformation of your heart. Text: Matthew 7:1-6 (ESV) We live as authentic followers of Jesus by displaying grace. Matthew 5:7 (ESV) Matthew 6:12 (ESV) Romans 14:4 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 4:4-5 (ESV) We live as authentic followers of Jesus by dealing with our evil hearts. Romans 7:21 (ESV) Psalm 139:23-24 (NLT) Romans 6:5-14 (NLT) We live as authentic followers of Jesus through discernment. Romans 7:24-25 (NLT) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who is participating in the Freedom 5k? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Besides Jesus, who is your favorite person in Scripture and why? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How have you displayed grace toward others this week? How have you judged others this week? How do you personally allow God to search your heart? (i.e. Bible reading, prayers, etc…) How can we respond to people who attack us?
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August 16, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Anger - 21/08/08
In this message, Pastor Michael Ivy talks about what should we do with our anger. Our prayer is that this message encourages you today.
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August 09, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Every Generation - 21/08/01
In this message, Pastor Jim Walsh talks about becoming a unified, multi-generational church family. Our prayer is that this message encourages you celebrate the strengths of each generation serving the kingdom of God together. Notes: Theme: We can become a unified, multi-generational church family. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to celebrate the strengths of each generation serving the kingdom of God together. Text: Psalm 78:1-8 (ESV) Biblical Survey of God’s generational plan: Genesis 1:27-28; 2:4; 3:1-7,15; 12:1-3; 22:17; Psalm 78:1-8; Malach 4:5,6 DISCIPLESHIP: Young leaders should find several older leaders as mentors. HUMILITY: Young leaders would benefit from some humility. GENEROSITY: Older generations should realize how much they have to give. GOD’S STORY: All generations should get a better grasp on history. UNITY: All generations can work on building unity. Conclusion: We should labor, side by side, to build a Church that’s like Jesus, that values every age and stage. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Fill in the blank, “wouldn’t it be great if _________?” Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What generational differences have you witnessed in the church? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How have you been encouraged by the older generation? How can “being clothed in humility” make a difference in the way we serve with other generations? How can the baton of leadership be best handed off to the next generation? Give examples of how God has been alive and active in your generation. (Builders, Boomers, Gen X, Millenials, Gen Z) How can we continue to foster meaningful conversations among the generations?
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August 02, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Mentoring - 21/07/25
In this inspiring message, Pastor Zach Rainey talks about Jesus and Mentoring. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to bring others to Jesus.
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July 26, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Worship - 21/07/18
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about our ability to become true worshippers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to worship Jesus with all that you are, in everything that you do, and everywhere that you go. Notes: Theme: We can become true worshippers of Jesus. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to worship Jesus with all that you are, in everything that you do, and everywhere that you go. Text: John 4:1-42 (ESV); Psalm 89 (ESV) We can become true worshippers by receiving the gift of God. John 7:38-39 (ESV) We can become true worshippers of Jesus by living a life of worship. We can become true worshippers of Jesus by worshipping in spirit and truth. Luke 10:27 (ESV) We can become true worshippers by recognizing Jesus as the Messiah. Deuteronomy 18:15 (NLT) We can become true worshippers by telling others about Jesus, the Savior of the world. True worshippers are fulfilled doing God’s work. John 4:34-38 (NLT) Conclusion: We can become true worshippers of Jesus by worshipping with all that we are, in everything that we do, and everywhere that we go. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite way to eat sweet corn? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is something you have worshipped in this life other than God? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How can your daily activities become acts of worship of God? How are you doing worshipping God in spirit (emotions, intellect, and will)? How are you doing worshipping God in truth (speech, actions, and thoughts)? Who is someone you could share Jesus with this week?
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July 19, 2021
Missions Weekend - 21/07/11
In this message, a guest speaker shares an inspiring message about reaching the nations. Join us as we discover God’s heart for the world. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to make a difference in our global village. Life Group Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite summer dessert? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What do you think the following statement means: the Church doesn’t have a mission; the mission has a Church. Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What did our missionary guest share that stood out to you?
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July 12, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Freedom - 21/07/04
In this inspiring message, Pastor Zach Rainey talks about how we can experience spiritual Freedom. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to bring others to Jesus. Theme: We can experience greater spiritual freedom when we are under the control of the Holy Spirit. Life Change Goal: We exhort you to submit to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Texts: John 8:31–36 (LEB); 2 Corinthians 3:17 (LEB); Galatians 5:1,13,16-25 (LEB); We can experience spiritual freedom when we continue in Jesus' word. John 8:31–36 (LEB) We can experience spiritual freedom when we are led by the Holy Spirit. 2 Corinthians 3:17 (LEB) We can experience spiritual freedom when we stand firm in the freedom provided by Jesus Christ. Galatians 5:1 (LEB) We can experience loss of spiritual freedom when we are controlled by natural desires. Galatians 5:13 (LEB) We can experience spiritual freedom when we are controlled by the Holy Spirit. Galatians 5:16-25 (LEB) Conclusion: Continue in the Word, crucify selfishness, be controlled by the Holy Spirit.
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July 05, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and the Lost - 21/06/27
In this inspiring message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how we can participate in God’s global party. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to bring others to Jesus. Notes: Theme: We can participate in God’s global party by bringing others to Jesus. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to bring others to Jesus. Text: Luke 15:1-32 (ESV); Revelation 7:9-10 (ESV) We can participate in God’s global party by spending time with Jesus. Mark 1:35-39 (NLT) We can participate in God’s global party by going. We can participate in God’s global party by coming home. We can participate in God’s global party by loving the lost. When we bring others to Jesus we get to celebrate! Conclusion: We can participate in God’s global party by bringing others to Jesus. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are you doing for the 4th of July? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is your favorite song? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What does your daily abiding consist of right now? Who has a story of a divine appointment? Who has a story of bringing someone to Jesus? What will you do this week to be more intentional about sharing Jesus with others?
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June 28, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Men - 21/06/21
In this Father’s Day message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how we become healthy and whole. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be initiated into your new creation life by Jesus. Notes: Theme: How do we become healthy and whole people? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be initiated into your new creation life by Jesus. Text: Luke 10:21-24 (NLT) We become healthy and whole by dealing with our sin wound. We become healthy and whole by learning five important life lessons. Life is hard. You are not that important. Your life is not about you. You are not in control. You are going to die. Men become healthy and whole by learning to live an integrated life. We become healthy and whole through God encounters. We become healthy and whole by living in our new creation reality. Luke 10:23-24 (NLT) Matthew 11:28-30 (ESV) Luke 10:20 (ESV) Galatians 2:20; Colossians 3:3-4 (ESV) Luke 12:25 (ESV) Romans 8:38-39 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 15:55-57 (ESV) Conclusion: Allow Jesus to initiate you into your new creation life and experience the health and wholeness only He can bring. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite brand of ice cream? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is your favorite memory of your father (or parent)? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How do you deal with pain in your life? Which one of the five life lessons (above) do you struggle with the most? What does your daily abiding look like? Share a time when you encountered God in a meaningful way?
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June 21, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Eternal Life - 21/06/13
In this challenging message, Pastor James Walsh talks about Jesus andEternal Life.Our prayer is that this message encourages you to follow Jesus and share Him with others.
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June 14, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Universalism - 21/06/06
In this challenging message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about why we should follow Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to follow Jesus and share Him with others. Notes: Theme: Why should we follow Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to follow Jesus and share Him with others. Text: John 14:1-7 (ESV) We should follow Jesus because He is the only One who can bring true peace to our lives. We should follow Jesus because He prepares a place in heaven for those who follow Him. We should follow Jesus because He is coming again to judge the world. Revelation 1:7 (NLT) Revelation 19:11-16 (NLT) We should follow Jesus because He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. John 3:16-21 (NLT) Romans 10:13 (ESV) Romans 1:18-20 (ESV) Romans 2:1-3 (NIV) We must tell others about Jesus because all roads do not lead to God. Luke 16:19-31 Luke 13:22-29 Matthew 7:21-23 Matthew 24:14 Revelation 20:11-15 (NLT) Conclusion: Follow Jesus and help others follow Him too. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is everyone doing for Father’s Day? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What does universalism mean? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How do you deal with difficulties? How did you come to faith in Jesus? What resource do you plan on working through this summer to better equip you to share Jesus with others? Who are three people you could be praying for to come to faith in Jesus? How could you serve them? How could you spend time with them?
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June 07, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Sexuality - 05/30/21
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about our Creator’s plan for human sexuality. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to experience the benefits of following God’s plan for human sexuality. Notes: Theme: What is our Creator’s plan for human sexuality? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to experience the benefits of following God’s plan for human sexuality. Text: Mark 7:1-8, 14-23 (NLT) Where did our current views of sexuality come from? What is our Creator’s plan for human sexuality? Genesis 1:26-28 (ESV) Genesis 2:25 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 7:3-6 (NLT) What are the consequences of not following our Creator’s plan? Mark 7:20-23 (ESV) Romans 1:21-32 (ESV) What are the benefits of following our Creator’s plan? John 10:10 (NIV) Will we be shaped more by the culture in which we live or will we live freely in the Kingdom of God? 2 Corinthians 5:17 (NLT) Conclusion: Following our Creator’s plan for sexuality allows us to enjoy stronger bonds in marriage, avoid sexually transmitted diseases, be more emotionally healthy, and socially stable. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Life Group Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are/were your Memorial Day plans? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What are the do’s and don’ts you’ve heard about sex from church? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How have your thoughts regarding sexuality been shaped by our culture? What kinds of consequences have you faced by not following God’s plan for sexuality? What kinds of benefits have you experienced by following God’s plan?
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June 01, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Singleness - 21/05/25
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about the important place singles have in the Kingdom of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to follow Jesus with undivided devotion. Notes: Theme: What place do singles have in the Kingdom of God? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to follow Jesus with undivided devotion. Text: Matthew 19:8-12 (ESV) Being single is not a curse. Genesis 1:28 (ESV) Deuteronomy 7:11-14 (ESV) Deuteronomy 28:15-18 (ESV) Matthew 19:10-12 (ESV) Singles have a mission to fulfill. Matthew 28:18-20 (ESV) 2 Timothy 2:2 (ESV) Singles are strategic in God’s Kingdom. 1 Corinthians 4:14 (ESV) Galatians 4:19 (ESV) 1 Timothy 1:2 (ESV) Titus 1:4 (ESV) Philemon 10 (ESV) 1 Thessalonians 2:19 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 7:25-38 (NLT) 1 Corinthians 7:7 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 7:17 (NLT) It is not good for singles to be alone. Conclusion: Jesus expects our undivided devotion. 1 Corinthians 7:29-31 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite type of pie? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What kinds of characteristics do spiritually mature people exhibit? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. If you are married, how have you made a single person maybe feel second best? What distracts you from staying focused on Jesus and His mission? What could you do this week to help make sure someone you know is not feeling lonely?
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May 26, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Marriage - 21/05/16
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about what marriage is for. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to display God to the world with your marriage. Notes: Theme: What is marriage for? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to display God to the world with your marriage. Text: Matthew 19:3-9 (ESV) Marriage is about friendship. Genesis 2:18 (ESV) Hosea 13:9 (ESV) John 14:26 (ESV) Genesis 1:27 (ESV) Marriage occurs between a man and a woman to display the image of God. Matthew 16:24-26 (ESV) Romans 1:16 (ESV) Genesis 1:26-27 (ESV) Deuteronomy 6:4 (ESV) Genesis 2:24 (ESV) Matthew 19:4-6 (ESV) Matthew 5:17-19 (ESV) Exodus 20:14 (ESV) Leviticus 18:22 (NLT) Mark 7:20-23 (ESV) Marriage is meant to last a lifetime. Matthew 19:10 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 7:12-16 (NLT) Malachi 2:16 (NLT) Marriage is about displaying God to the world. Ephesians 5:31-32 (ESV) Conclusion: You can display God to the world with your marriage! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite summertime activity? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Who are your 2am friends? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What can you do to deepen your relationships with others? How does God’s definition of marriage seem counter to our culture’s current definition of marriage? What is lost if we don’t uphold God’s definition of marriage? If you are married, what is something you could do this week to serve your spouse?
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May 17, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Women - 21/05/09
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how Jesus wants everyone to be a disciple. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live up to your new creation potential as a disciple of Jesus. Notes: Theme: Jesus wants everyone to be a disciple. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live up to your new creation potential as a disciple of Jesus. Text: Luke 10:38-42 (ESV) Jesus wants women to be disciples. Luke 8:1-3 (ESV) Luke 4:25-27 Luke 5:36-39 Luke 7:36-50; Luke 18:9-14 Luke 11:5-8; Luke 18:1-8 Luke 13:18-21 Luke 15:3-11 God uses women throughout the Bible story. Exodus 15:21 Micah 6:4 Judges 4:4 2 Kings 22 Romans 16:7 Acts 18:3-6 Romans 16:1-2 Paul expects people to be learners before teachers. 1 Timothy 2:8-15 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 14:33-35 (ESV) Acts 18:24-26 (ESV) God’s original design is oneness, not otherness. Genesis 3:16 (NLT) 2 Corinthians 5:17 (ESV) Galatians 3:28 (ESV) Conclusion: Let’s live up to our new creation potential as disciples of Jesus! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What kinds of summer plans are you making? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What distracts you from learning at the feet of Jesus? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Who do you know that is a Junia, Priscilla, or Phoebe in our day? How could you be a better learner of the Gospel? How could you live up to your new creation potential in your home, in your neighborhood, and in your workplace?
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May 10, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Power - 21/04/25
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about Jesus as the author of transitions. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to faithfully follow Jesus as the Maddox family prepares to return to the mission field. Notes: Theme: Jesus is the author of transitions. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to faithfully follow Jesus as the Maddox family prepares to return to the mission field. We can trust Jesus with transitions, even when we don’t understand why. Psalm 42:9, 11 (ESV) Acts 13:1-3 (ESV) Acts 20:17, 36-37 (ESV) Transitions occur because of daily acts of obedience. Luke 22:42 (ESV) Proverbs 21:1 (ESV) Jesus is sure to lead us to the next right step in transitions. In transitions, we keep our eyes on Jesus. In transitions, it’s important we maintain unity. John 17:20-23 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How was everyone’s week? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What questions do you have regarding Sunday’s message on “Jesus and Transitions?" Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What circumstances in your life have caused you to ask God why? How are you daily saying “yes” to Jesus? Do you need help signing up to receive church correspondence (either mail or email)? Are you planning on joining others in prayer on Sunday mornings from 8:45-9:45am in the Fireside room? What questions do you have regarding this transition for our church?
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April 26, 2021
Jesus and Transitions - 21/04/19
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about Jesus as the author of transitions. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to faithfully follow Jesus as the Maddox family prepares to return to the mission field. Notes: Theme: Jesus is the author of transitions. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to faithfully follow Jesus as the Maddox family prepares to return to the mission field. We can trust Jesus with transitions, even when we don’t understand why. Psalm 42:9, 11 (ESV) Acts 13:1-3 (ESV) Acts 20:17, 36-37 (ESV) Transitions occur because of daily acts of obedience. Luke 22:42 (ESV) Proverbs 21:1 (ESV) Jesus is sure to lead us to the next right step in transitions. In transitions, we keep our eyes on Jesus. In transitions, it’s important we maintain unity. John 17:20-23 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How was everyone’s week? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What questions do you have regarding Sunday’s message on “Jesus and Transitions?" Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What circumstances in your life have caused you to ask God why? How are you daily saying “yes” to Jesus? Do you need help signing up to receive church correspondence (either mail or email)? Are you planning on joining others in prayer on Sunday mornings from 8:45-9:45am in the Fireside room? What questions do you have regarding this transition for our church?
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April 19, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Healing - 21/04/11
In this life-changing message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about Jesus, our healer. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek Jesus for healing for yourself and others. Notes: Theme: Jesus is a healer. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek Jesus for healing for yourself and others. Text: John 4:46-53 (ESV) Go to God with your problems, but go to God for more than your problems. John 2:1-5 (ESV) Believe God’s Word, not your worries. Matthew 28:17 (ESV) Make your faith a family priority. When you need healing go to Jesus. James 5:14-15 (ESV) Luke 18:1-8 (NLT) Conclusion: Seek Jesus for healing for yourself and others! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How was Easter? What did you do? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How can we go to God with more than our problems? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How has Jesus as lion and lamb shaped who you are? Why is it easy to give into worries instead of believing God at His Word? How have you made faith a family priority? What can we pray with you about (for healing)?
38:51
April 12, 2021
Easter - Resurrection Changes Everything - 21/04/04
In this Easter Sunday message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about what the resurrection means. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a resurrected life. Notes: Theme: What does the resurrection mean? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a resurrected life. Text: Luke 24:1-12 (ESV) Resurrection shows us Jesus is Lord. Resurrection shows us Jesus is true to His Word. Luke 9:22 (ESV) Luke 9:44 (ESV) Luke 17:25-26 (ESV) Luke 18:31-33 (ESV) Resurrection shows us we can live and not die. 1 Corinthians 15:20-22 (NLT) Romans 8:11 (NLT) Resurrection shows us we will not always understand what God is doing. Isaiah 55:8-9 (ESV) Conclusion: Let’s live resurrected lives by living in the victory Jesus won on the cross and sealed at the resurrection. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What do you like about spring? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Do you have a regular habit of reading the words of Jesus? If so, what does that look like? If not, how could you start doing that this week? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How did you live like Jesus this past week? When did you miss an opportunity to live like Jesus this week? What are you having a hard time understanding right now (in terms of what God could be doing)? How could you rely more on the Spirit in your daily life?
22:41
April 06, 2021
Palm Sunday - Who is Jesus? - 21/03/28
In this Palm Sunday message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about who Jesus is. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to receive Jesus as King, Lord and Savior. Notes: Theme: Who is Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to receive Jesus as King, Lord and Savior. Text: Luke 19:28-44 (ESV) Jesus is Lord. Jesus is King. Zechariah 9:9 (ESV) Luke 19:38-40 (ESV) Jesus is our Savior. Conclusion: Jesus is Lord, King and Savior. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are your plans for Easter? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How do you like to sing to Jesus (with hands raised, standing still, etc…)? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What does it mean that Jesus is Lord? What does it mean that Jesus is King? What does it mean that Jesus is our Savior? How should you live your life knowing that Jesus is Lord, King, and Savior?
27:57
March 29, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Spiritual Gifts - 21/03/21
In this inspiring message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we can live a fully alive life. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a fully alive life fulfilling your masterpiece mission. Notes: Theme: How can we live a fully alive life? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a fully alive life fulfilling your masterpiece mission. Text: Ephesians 4:7-16 (ESV) We can live a fully alive life by accepting the invitation of Jesus. John 16:7 (ESV) Luke 2:52 (ESV) Luke 4:14-15 (ESV) We can live a fully alive life by developing our character. John 10:10 (ESV) Genesis 1:27-28 (ESV) We can live a fully alive life by fulfilling our calling. Genesis 1:27-28 (ESV) Ephesians 4:11-12 (NLT) https://assessments.giftpassionstory.com/register 1 Corinthians 12:4-11 (ESV) https://connectionpointchurch.org/holyspirit We can live a fully alive life fulfilling our masterpiece missions together. Ephesians 2:10 (NLT) Matthew 28:19-20 (NLT) John 12:24-26 (ESV) Conclusion: You are invited to live a fully alive life in Jesus fulfilling your masterpiece mission with others! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What would be your perfect day? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What questions do you have about the baptism of the Holy Spirit? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What did Jesus teach that you have a hard time believing? What did Jesus command that you have a hard time obeying? What are your spiritual gifts? (If you filled out the gift, passion, story assessment, share it) What is your masterpiece mission, that with others, fulfills the Great Commission (if you don’t know, we encourage you to read, Find Your Place)?
48:26
March 22, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and the Holy Spirit - 21/03/14
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares how we can live like Jesus with the Holy Spirit. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to develop spiritual disciplines that produce Christlike character for the benefit of our community. Notes: Theme: We can live like Jesus with the Holy Spirit. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to develop spiritual disciplines that produce Christlike character for the benefit of our community. Text: Luke 3:21-22; 4:1-2, 13-15 (ESV) We can live like Jesus because He was not only God but also man. John 1:14 (ESV) Philippians 2:5-7 (ESV) Philippians 2:6 (MSG) We can live like Jesus with the Holy Spirit. John 14:12 (ESV) Hebrews 4:15 (ESV) John 5:19 (ESV) Romans 8:11 (ESV) Philippians 2:12-13 (ESV) We can be like Jesus through spiritual disciplines. Conclusion: We can be like Jesus by partnering with the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, forming Christlike character that benefits our community. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Life Group Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is your favorite outdoor activity? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What spiritual disciplines are you familiar with? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why do we like to think that Jesus did what He did only because He was the Son of God? What does it mean to you that the same Holy Spirit that empowered Jesus empowers you (Romans 8:11)? What spiritual disciplines do you regularly do? What spiritual disciplines could you start to do?
33:42
March 15, 2021
Better Together - For the Sake of the World - 21/03/07
In this message from a guest speaker we discover we are better together for the sake of the world. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to participate with others in the mission of God. Notes: Theme: We can fulfill the mission of God together. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to participate with others in the mission of God. Text: Romans 10:13 (ESV) The good news and the bad news of the gospel. Romans 1:18-20 (ESV) Romans 2:1-3, 12, 16 (ESV) Guilt is about the individual, but missions is about us. Romans 10:15 (ESV) Not only are we better together, we can’t do it alone. Colossians 1:16 (NLT) Conclusion: We can fulfill the mission of God together! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Life Group Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How have you been enjoying the change in weather the past week? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What statement from our guest speaker stood out to you the most? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How are you participating in the mission of God locally? How are you participating in the mission of God globally?
44:11
March 08, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Death - 21/02/28
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox reveals how we must live fully alive in order to be ready to die. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a fully alive life by developing your character in Life Groups and identifying your calling on Serve Teams. Notes: Theme: We must live a fully alive life to be ready to die. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a fully alive life by developing your character in Life Groups and identifying your calling on Serve Teams. Text: John 3:1-7 (ESV) We must face death to experience life. The Chosen app - https://apps.apple.com/us/app/the-chosen/id1473663873 We must go back to the beginning to make it to the end. Genesis 1:27-28 (ESV) Galatians 5:16-24 (ESV) Ephesians 4:7-12 (NLT) We must live a fully alive life to be ready to die. John 10:10 (ESV) Conclusion: We must live a fully alive life to be ready to die. Bob Newhart - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BjKS1-vjPs Texts: Romans 6:5-11 (ESV); Revelation 21:1-8 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. If you have watched episodes of “The Chosen,” what was your favorite episode or scene? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Does anyone know someone who is not afraid of death? If so, how do you know? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What are unhealthy ways people pursue intimacy or influence in our world? What fruit of the Spirit is most developed in your life? Which one is least? If you know what your spiritual gifts are, share them?
42:44
March 01, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Time - 21/02/21
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how God uses time. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find and fulfill God’s will, do it God’s way, and in God’s time. Notes: Theme: How does God use time? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find and fulfill God’s will, do it God’s way, and in God’s time. Jesus is before time. John 1:1-3 (ESV) Time to prepare. Time to be initiated. Matthew 3:16-17 (ESV) Time to be tested. Time to wait. John 5:19 (ESV) Time to go. Mark 1:15 (ESV) Mark 1:38 (ESV) There is God’s will, God’s way, and God’s time. Life is eternal. Ecclesiastes 3:11-12 (NLT) Conclusion: In this life, there are times of preparation, times of initiation, times of testing, times for waiting, and times for going. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with...   Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who still wears a watch to tell time (instead of just using your phone)? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Are you the type of person who shows up early, on time, or late to most things? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What “time” do you find yourself in (preparation, initiation, testing, waiting, or going)? What spiritual disciples do you find most helpful when actively waiting (community, reading Scripture, prayer, fasting, singing, giving, and/or serving)? How has God prepared you in the past, during your times of waiting, for where He then asked you to go next? Scripture tells us, “God’s ways are not our ways” (Isaiah 55:8). How have you found God’s ways to be different from your ways?
30:09
February 22, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and the Will of God - 21/02/14
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how we find and fulfill the will of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to daily find and fulfill the will of God so that you might live forever with Him and other believers. Notes: Theme: How do I find and fulfill God’s will for my life? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find and fulfill the will of God daily. Text: Luke 22:39-46 (ESV) There are two wills of God. Acts 4:27-28 (ESV) 1 Peter 3:17 (ESV) Ephesians 1:11 (ESV) Daniel 4:35 (ESV) Matthew 7:21 (ESV) 1 Thessalonians 4:3-5 (ESV) 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (ESV) 1 John 2:17 (ESV) The two wills of God work together. How do we find and fulfill the will of God? We can find God’s will through Scripture, other believers, or in times of prayer and stillness before God. John 14:15 (ESV) Three stages of fulfilling the will of God: Read scripture and obey it - John 14:15 (ESV). Apply biblical truth to life situations. Overflow with Jesus. Matthew 12:33-35 (ESV) How can we fulfill the will of God, even when it’s hard? Our lives are not about us. We are not in control. Matthew 11:30 (ESV) Conclusion: Find and fulfill the will of God so that you might live forever with Him and other believers. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who has played in the snow this year? If you have, what did you do? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How would you define the will of God? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. In what ways have you found God’s will in the past? What is something difficult God has asked you to do in either your past, present, or future? How are you doing moving through the stages of fulfilling the will of God (review above)? How can knowing life is not about you and that you are not in control help you live more freely?
40:29
February 16, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Suffering - 21/02/07
In this life-changing message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about why suffering is an important part of following Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to trust God to bring your true self to the surface through suffering. Notes: Theme: Why is suffering an important part of following Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to trust God to bring your true self to the surface through suffering. Text: Luke 23:44-49 (ESV) Why does suffering exist? John 16:33 (NLT) 1 Corinthians 13:12 (NLT) Genesis 1:31 (ESV) Romans 3:23 (ESV) How does God use suffering? Romans 8:28 (ESV) Genesis 50:20 (ESV) Luke 9:23 (ESV) What is a pathway through suffering? Pay attention. Lament: turn to God, bring your complaint, ask boldly, and trust. Actively wait. Resurrection will always take care of itself, whenever death is trusted. The good news about suffering. 2 Corinthians 4:7-18 (ESV) Romans 8:18 (ESV) 1 Corinthians 2:9 (ESV) Conclusion: God can use our suffering to draw us to Himself, to remove the hold this world has on our lives, to mold and sharpen our character, and influence others for Him. Text: John 16:33 (ESV); Luke 24:1-6 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Life Group Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What do you like about winter? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Can anyone remember the four steps on the pathway through suffering? If so, what are they? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How have hardships in your past shaped who you are today? What have you learned about God through suffering? Who have you influenced during times of hardship? How has God freed you from this world during difficulties?
47:48
February 08, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Conflict - 21/01/31
In this important message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how we live well in community. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live well in community by following the plan of Jesus for conflict resolution. Notes: Theme: How do we live well in community? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live well in community by following the plan of Jesus for conflict resolution. Text: Matthew 18:15-18 (ESV) We live well in community by talking directly with other people. Psalm 133:1 (ESV) John 17:21 (NLT) Two ways of resolving conflict: check out assumptions and clarify expectations. We live well in community by inviting others to help mediate relationships. We live well in community by involving leaders in unresolved issues. Mathew 9:9-10 (ESV) James 1:2-4 (ESV) Titus 3:10-11 (ESV) Conclusion: To live well in community and stay on mission we must follow the plan of Jesus for conflict resolution. Text: Matthew 18:19-20 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who are you wanting to win the Super Bowl this year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is your favorite movie or tv show involving conflict? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Do you have an example of how you’ve worked through differences of opinion in your past, either successfully or unsuccessfully? How have you seen conflict handled well in your family, workplace, or a church? How do you plan to apply the principles shared in the message “Jesus and Conflict” to your life?
32:26
February 01, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Singing - 21/01/24
In this timely message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about why it is important for believers to sing. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to receive the benefits of singing with Jesus. Notes: Theme: Why is it important for believers to sing? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to receive the benefits of singing with Jesus. When did Jesus sing? Matthew 26:26-30 (ESV) Hebrews 2:9-12 (ESV) Why is it important for us to sing? Colossians 3:16 (ESV) Ephesians 5:18-19 (ESV) Acts 16:16-34 (ESV) Psalm 118:1-29 (ESV) When we sing, we are singing with Jesus. Romans 15:8-9 (ESV) Romans 15:10-12 (ESV) Conclusion: When we sing, we are singing with Jesus! Texts: Psalm 22:1-31 (ESV); Zephaniah 3:17 (ESV) In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is a song playing on the radio right now that you like? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is a favorite song you have from your teen years? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Do you have a heart song or heart songs? If so, what are they? How have songs helped you endure hardships you’ve faced? How does seeing Jesus as our Chief worship leader change the way you think about singing in a congregational setting?
29:10
January 25, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Fasting - 21/01/17
In this timely message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about what fasting is and why we should fast as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to pray and fast as we head into the new year. Notes: Theme: What is fasting and why is it important we fast as followers of Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to pray and fast as we head into the new year. Text: Matthew 6:16-18 (ESV); Luke 4:1-2 (ESV) Why should we fast? Isaiah 58:6 (ESV) Mark 9:29 (ESV) Daniel 9:2-3, 21-22 (ESV) 2 Corinthians 10:4 (ESV) What is fasting? Matthew 4:4 (ESV) Acts 14:23 (ESV) How do we fast? When we fast, we feast on God through scripture, prayer, and songs. Psalm 63:5 (NLT) Matthew 9:14-15 (ESV) Matthew 24:14 (ESV) Conclusion: Let’s fast from food and feast on God for the next 21 days to know His love, to hear His voice, and to walk in obedience to His will. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is something you are looking forward to this year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is something you are asking God for right now? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why is fasting a difficult spiritual discipline to keep? If you have fasted in the past, what kind of results have you experienced from fasting? How has God asked you to participate in a church-wide time of prayer and fasting for 2021?
33:29
January 19, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Prayer - 21/01/03
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox talks about how we can pray like Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to realign with God through prayer and experience the results only He can bring. Notes: Theme: How do we pray like Jesus? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to realign with God through prayer and experience the results only He can bring. Text: Mark 9:17-29 (ESV) We pray like Jesus to become God possessed. Matthew 6:5-9 (ESV) We pray like Jesus by realigning with God. Matthew 6:9-10 (ESV) We pray like Jesus to experience God-sized results. Matthew 6:9-13 (ESV) John 17:1 (ESV) Matthew 5:23-24 (ESV) Matthew 6:6 (ESV) Mark 1:35 (ESV) Conclusion: To pray like Jesus we realign ourselves with God and experience the results only He can bring. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. Who stayed up to make sure 2020 came to an end :-)? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is one thing you are praying for in 2021? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Which one of the three alignments is hardest to pray? “May I live my life today in such obedience to you that your name is sanctified.” “God, rule my life and come and rule in the hearts of others.” “God let me know your will and give me the strength to live it out.” How has God met your needs for: Daily bread, forgiveness, and a deliverance from evil? What can you praise God for right now?
40:02
January 04, 2021
Better Together - Jesus and Rest - 20/12/27
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shows us that if we want to be among those who endure to the end, we must schedule regular rest. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to daily abide and weekly sabbath. Notes: Theme: To be among those who endure to the end, we must schedule regular rest. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to daily abide and weekly sabbath. Text: Matthew 11:28-12:14 (ESV) Why is rest important? Genesis 2:1-3 (ESV) What kinds of examples do we have of Jesus and rest? Mark 1:35 (ESV) Mark 6:31 (ESV) Matthew 11:28-30 (MSG) How and when should we find rest? Jesus models three kinds of rest: spiritual, physical, and mental. Rest involves daily abiding (spiritual rest) and weekly sabbath (physical and mental rest). Components of sabbath rest include: stopping, caring for yourself, delighting, and contemplating. Conclusion: To be among those who endure to the end, we must make rest a priority in our lives. Scripture declares it, Jesus models it, and experience proves it. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How was Christmas for you (and your family)? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How do you find rest? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How and when do you abide daily? How and when do you weekly sabbath? What component of sabbath rest (stopping, caring for yourself, delighting, and contemplating) do you most need to work on?
32:02
December 30, 2020
Christmas at Connection Point - Hope Has a Name - 12/20/20
In this encouraging message from Pastor Zach Maddox, we discover what the coming of Israel’s Messiah meant. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to put your hope in our eternal King Jesus. Notes: Theme: What does the coming of Israel’s Messiah mean? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to put your hope in our eternal King Jesus. The coming of Jesus, the Messiah, meant the destruction of Satan and the deliverance of mankind. Genesis 3:14-15 (ESV) The coming of Jesus, the Messiah, meant the nations would be blessed. Genesis 22:18 (ESV) Daniel 7:13-14 (ESV) The coming of Jesus, the Messiah, meant Israel’s coming king had arrived. Psalm 2; 22; 45; 72; 110 The coming of Jesus, the Messiah, means we can have lasting hope. John 8:56 (ESV) Conclusion: Hope has a name and His name is Jesus. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are you looking forward to for Christmas this year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What is hope? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What do we have a habit of putting our hope in? How can Jesus provide us hope for the future? How can you share hope this year?
23:46
December 21, 2020
Christmas at Connection Point - True Hope - 20/12/13
In this hope-filled message from Pastor Zack Rainey, we discover the true source of lasting hope. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to place your hope in our unshakeable King Jesus. NOTES: Theme: What is the true source of lasting hope? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to place your hope in our unshakeable King Jesus. Text: Matthew 1:20-23 (ESV); Romans 15:12-13 (ESV) True hope is ground upon the person of Jesus Christ. Jeremiah 29:10-14 True hope puts self on the shelf. 1 Timothy 6:17 (ESV) Jesus is more than a baby. Jesus accomplished God’s will. Galatians 2:20 (ESV) Galatians 5:24 (ESV) Jesus the King brings true hope to the world. You can trust Jesus with your future. 1 Peter 1:3-6 Conclusion: Where is your hope? In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is a favorite Christmas memory you have from younger days? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How does this Christmas season feel different than others? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. Why can it sometimes be easier to put hope in things instead of in Jesus? What could you do to put your hope in Jesus in more meaningful ways? How can you share hope with others this month?
34:26
December 14, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Community - 20/12/06
In this inspiring message from Pastor Zach Maddox, we discover what the Church is and why we need community. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live on mission with others in Jesus’ unshakeable community. NOTES: Theme: What is the Church and why do we need community? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live on mission with others in Jesus’ unshakeable community. Text: Matthew 16:13-18 (ESV) The Church is a Jesus community. Our Jesus community is unshakeable. Isaiah 51:1-8 (ESV) 1 Peter 2:5 (ESV) Ephesians 2:19-22 (ESV) Our Jesus community advances the Kingdom of God. John 10:10 (ESV) Genesis 22:15-18 (ESV) Galatians 3:29 (ESV) John 14:15-16 (ESV) We must live in an unshakeable Jesus community to endure to the end. Our Kingdom Creed: Jesus Christ our King is our Lord, Savior, and role model. The Church is an assembly of people called out for a purpose. God’s Word is our guide. Missions is our mandate. Holy Spirit baptism is our power. Prayer, fasting, love, truth, and suffering are our weapons. God’s presence is our promise. The return of Jesus is our blessed hope for righteous justice. Eternity with God and other believers is our reward. Hebrews 10:23-39 (NLT) Conclusion: We can endure to the end by living on mission with others in Jesus’ unshakeable community, the Church. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What are you planning on doing for Christmas this year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What does the word “church” mean to you? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What are you concerned about right now? In what ways are you actively trying to advance God’s Kingdom right now (in your life, your home, your neighborhood, and your workplace)? We are meant to live in a community where we are genuinely known, lovingly supported, and honestly challenged. How could this Life Group become that kind of community?
39:56
December 07, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Money - 20/11/29
In this insightful message from Pastor Zach Maddox, we discover how to live a worry-free life. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a worry-free life in God’s Kingdom by managing your resources as God intends. NOTES: Theme: How do we live a worry-free life? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a worry-free life in God’s Kingdom by managing your resources as God intends. Text: Matthew 6:19-33 (ESV) We can live worry-free lives by storing up treasures in heaven. We can live worry-free lives by allowing God to secure our lives. We can live worry-free lives by following God’s money plan. Money, wealth and possessions are used to provide appropriate care for one’s own family and prevent them from becoming a burden to others. 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12 (ESV) 2 Thessalonians 3:6-12 (ESV) 1 Timothy 5:8 (ESV) Resources are used to help others in need, especially those within the family of faith. Acts 11:27-30 (ESV) 2 Corinthians 8:1-4 (ESV) Money, wealth, and possessions are used to encourage and support God’s work in spreading the gospel of the kingdom at home and around the world. 1 Timothy 5:17-18 (ESV) Philippians 4:14-19 (ESV) Conclusion: Who is securing your life? Yourself or God? How you manage your resources determines who secures your life. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What is a favorite gift you have either received or given? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. Why do you think money can sometimes be a difficult thing to talk about? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. How can you increase your interactions with people on a weekly basis? How can people use money to try to secure their own lives? How have you seen God provide for you? What steps could you take to better follow God’s plan for money, wealth and possessions?
55:35
November 30, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and End Times - 20/11/22
In this life-changing message from Pastor Zach Maddox, we discover what happens as God's rule is established on earth. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to walk in truth and engage in the mission of God. NOTES: Theme: What happens as God's rule is established on earth? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to walk in truth and engage in the mission of God. Text: Matthew 24:1-14 (ESV) As God’s rule is established, false forms of worship are done away with. As God’s rule is established, the enemy will increase lawless works. Hebrews 12:1-2 (NLT) As God’s rule is established, many will fall away from Jesus. Matthew 24:37-42 (ESV) Revelation 20:11-15 (ESV) 1 John 5:13 (ESV) 1 John 1:6 (ESV) 1 John 2:3-4 (ESV) 1 John 2:15 (ESV) 1 John 3:6-8 (ESV) God’s rule will be established by those who endure and share Good News. Mark 1:14-15 (ESV) Revelation 12:11 (ESV) Conclusion: God’s rule is being established on earth and as it is, it is important we be among those who endure to the end by staying involved with our Christian community, studying God’s Word together, spending time in prayer, and engaging in the mission of God. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. How will you be or how did you celebrate Thanksgiving this year? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. What are you concerned about right now? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. What have maybe been some false forms of worship God has been working to remove from your life? Have you been spending more time on tv and social media than in God’s Word and prayer? If so, how could you change that? Would the passages in 1 John confirm you are believer who has eternal life? How have you been able to share Good News with someone else this past week?
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November 24, 2020
Missions Conference - We Can’t Do it Alone - 20/11/15
In this important message from Pastor Zach Maddox, we discover why missions partnership matters. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be a partner in missions through prayer and giving. Notes:  Missions Conference We Can’t Do it Alone Theme: Why is missions partnership so important? Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be a partner in missions through prayer and giving. Text: Philippians 1:3-6 (ESV) Missions partnership matters because access to the Gospel is the greatest challenge facing our world today. Missions partnership matters because it brings joy into the hearts of our global partners. Exodus 17:8-13 Missions partnership matters because it brings completion to the work of Jesus in our lives. 1 Samuel 30:24 Matthew 28:18-19 Conclusion: Missions partnerships matter because we can’t fulfill the mission alone! In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. Find a conversation starter for your group. What have been some challenges you have faced recently? Start Thinking. Ask a question to get your group thinking. How has prayer made a difference in your life? Start Sharing. Choose a couple of questions to create openness. If you have served on our church missions council, how has that experience been meaningful to you? Why is it hard sometimes to want to share our resources with others? How have you seen God provide because of your faithfulness in giving? Why is missions partnership so important?
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November 16, 2020
Missions Conference - The Mission of God - 20/11/08
In this inspiring message from a guest speaker, we discover God’s heart for the world. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to participate in the mission of God. NOTES: Missions Conference The Mission of God Theme: The ultimate end of God’s revealed redemptive purpose needs to inform what we do now in participating with God in His mission. Life Change Goal: Our prayer is that this message encourages you to participate in the mission of God. The ultimate end tells us what we should be doing now. Revelation 21: 24-27 Revelation 22:1-2 The ultimate end tells us among whom we bear witness. Conclusion: The people of God participate in the mission of God. In response to this message I will… I will share part of this message with... Discussion Questions: Start Talking. What does the word “missions” mean to you? Start Thinking. If you have gone on a missions trip, what was your most meaningful takeaway? How did you come to know who Jesus was? Start Sharing. What is the mission of God? How have you participated in the mission of God, locally and globally? Have you signed up with “Bless Every Home” to begin getting a daily prayer list and scripture to pray over your neighbors? If so, how has that changed the way you view your neighbors and neighborhood? What would it look like for you to give one night a week to Jesus to go out and find people?
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November 10, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Politics - 20/11/01
In this challenging message from Pastor Zach Maddox titled, “Jesus and Politics” we discover how God establishes His Kingdom. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek God and put your confidence in His unshakeable Kingdom.
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November 02, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Love - 20/10/25
In this challenging message from Pastor Zach Maddox titled, “Jesus and Love” we discover love is a defining characteristic of Christians. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to love others like Jesus loves you.
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October 28, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Serving - 20/10/18
In this important message from Pastor Zach Maddox titled, “Jesus and Serving” we discover how to live in God’s Kingdom. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to find your life by serving others.
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October 20, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Missions - 20/10/11
In this powerful message from Pastor Zach Maddox titled, “Jesus and Missions” we discover the why, what, and how of the mission of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to actively participate in the Good News mission of Jesus.
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October 15, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and Scripture - 20/10/04
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an insightful message titled, “Jesus and Scripture” as part of our Better Together series. Join us as we read Matthew chapter 5, verses 21 through 25 and discover what Jesus thinks about Scripture. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to apply all of God’s Word to your life as a citizen in God’s Kingdom.
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October 05, 2020
Better Together - Jesus and the Good News about the Kingdom - 20/09/27
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a life-changing message titled, “Jesus and the Good News about the Kingdom” as part of our Better Together series. Join us as we read various passages of scripture and discover what the Kingdom of God is. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to joyfully accept and be changed by the Good News about the Kingdom.
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September 28, 2020
VISION Sunday - 20/09/20
VISION Sunday - 20/09/20
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September 22, 2020
ACTS: Spirit Immersion - Dr. Doug Oss - 20/09/13
Spirit Immersion - Dr. Doug Oss
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September 17, 2020
ACTS: The Church Does - 20/09/06
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a strengthening message titled, “The Church Does” as we continue our series, Acts: The Church on the Move. Join us as we read Acts chapter 2, verses 41 through 47, and discover what the Church does. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be fully engage with the work of the church.
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September 17, 2020
Share the Good News - Donte Wilburn - 20/08/30
In this message, guest speaker Donte Wilburn shares a powerful message, “Share the Good News” as we celebrate Freedom Week at Connection Point Church. Join us as we hear Donte’s life-changing story and how the Good News of Jesus set him free. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek the freedom only Jesus can bring.
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August 31, 2020
ACTS: The Church Is - 20/08/23
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a hopeful message titled, “The Church Is” as we continue our series, Acts: The Church on the Move. Join us as we read Acts chapter 2, verses 41 through 47, and discover what the Church is. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to be a meaningful part of the Connection Point Church community.
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August 24, 2020
Acts: Christianity Is - 20/08/16
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a challenging message titled, “Christianity is” as we continue our series, Acts: The Church on the Move. Join us as we read Acts chapter 2, verses 14 through 41, and discover what Christianity is. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to define your Christian experience in Christ alone.
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August 17, 2020
ACTS: A Mighty Work
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an inspiring message titled, “A Mighty Work” as we continue our series, Acts: The Church on the Move. Join us as we read Acts chapter 2, verses 1 through 13, and discover what the Holy Spirit coming means. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to seek the baptism of the Holy Spirit in order to live full and free.
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August 11, 2020
Love Your Neighbor in Need - 20/08/02
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox conducts an interview about loving our neighbors in need as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series.  Our prayer is that this message encourages you.
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August 03, 2020
Love Your Neighbor With Special Needs
In this message, Pastors Jim and Robin Walsh conduct an interview about loving our neighbors with special needs as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series.  Our prayer is that this message encourages you.
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July 30, 2020
Love Your International Neighbor
In this message, Dan Gaines conducts an interview about loving our international neighbors as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series. Our prayer is that this message encourages you.
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July 21, 2020
Love Your Neighbors of Another Race - 20/07/05
In this message, Pastor Zach conducts an interview about loving our neighbors of a different race as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series. Join us as we read Revelation chapter 7, verses 9 through 10 and discover how to love our neighbors of a different race. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to check your heart, speak up, and reach out.
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July 06, 2020
Love Your Neighbors - Love Our LGBTQ Neighbors - 20/06/28
In this message, Pastor Zach interviews Linda Seiler about loving our LGBTQ neighbors as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series. Join us as we read John chapter 8, verses 1 through 11 and discover how to love our LGBTQ neighbors. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to show compassion without compromise.
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June 30, 2020
Love Your Neighbors - 20/06/14
In this message, Pastors Zach & Shellie Maddox share an inspiring message titled, “Love Your Neighbors” as part of our, Love Your Neighbors series. Join us as we read various passages of scripture and discover we must love our neighbors as followers of Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to share hope with your neighbors.
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June 15, 2020
Live Whole - Renew Your Mind - 20/06/07
In this message, Pastors Zach & Shellie Maddox share an encouraging message titled, “Renew Your Mind” as part of our, Live Whole series. Join us as we read various passages of scripture and discover we can renew our minds with the Holy Spirit. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to pursue the wholeness you are offered in Jesus.
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June 11, 2020
Live Whole - Made New - 20/05/17
In this message, Pastors Zach & Shellie Maddox share an encouraging message titled, “Made New” as part of our, Live Whole series. Join us as we read various passages of scripture and discover we can be made new with the Holy Spirit. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to pursue the wholeness you are offered in Jesus.
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May 18, 2020
Mother’s Day - A Steadfast Life - 20/05/10
In this message, Pastor Shellie Maddox shares a strengthening message titled, “A Steadfast Life” as part of Mother's Day. Join us as we read John 15, verses 7 through 11, and discover that we can live a steadfast life by abiding in Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to abide daily.
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May 18, 2020
Kingdom Builders - Extraordinary Living - 20/05/03
In this message, the pastor Zach Maddox shares a challenging message titled, “Extraordinary Living” as part of our, Kingdom Builders series. Join us as we discover that selfless giving results in extraordinary living. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to participate in the Kingdom Builders miracle offering.
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May 04, 2020
Fearless - If God Is For Us - 20/04/19
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an encouraging message titled, “If God is For Us” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read Psalm 91, and discover that if God is for us, nothing can be against us. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to put your complete trust in God during these uncertain times.
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April 20, 2020
Fearless - Jesus Gives Eternal Life - 20/04/12
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a confidence-building Easter message titled, “Jesus Gives Eternal Life” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read selected scriptures, and discover that we can live fearless lives because Jesus gives eternal life. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to receive and live in the gift of eternal life from Jesus.
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April 13, 2020
Fearless - Jesus Gives Peace - 20/04/05
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an insightful message titled, “Jesus Gives Peace” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read selected scriptures, and discover lasting peace is found by abiding in Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to abide daily.
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April 06, 2020
Fearless - I Will Fear No Evil - 20/03/29
In this message, Pastor Jim Walsh shares a challenging message titled, “I Will Fear No Evil” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read Psalm chapter 23, and verse 4 and discover how to overcome fear. Our prayer is that this message challenges you to overcome fear by putting your faith into a daily practice.
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April 01, 2020
Fearless - The Peace Of God - 20/03/22
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a strengthening message titled, “The Peace of God” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read Philippians chapter 4, verses 4 through 9, and discover how to experience the peace of God. Our prayer is that this message encourages you pursue the peace of God in your life.
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March 23, 2020
Fearless - 20/03/15
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an encouraging message titled, “Fear, Faith and the Power of Love” as part of our, Fearless series. Join us as we read 2 Timothy chapter 1, verses 6 through 14, and discover we can live fearless lives. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live a fearless life as a follower of Christ.
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March 16, 2020
Acts - Replacing Judas - 20/03/08
In this message, Pastor Zachary Rainey comments on the passage of Acts chaper 1, verses 12-26, in which early believers decided to replace Judas. This decision was forged from two elements: prayer and Scripture. As present-day followers of Jesus, may every one of our life-changing choices be influenced by hearts that are engaged in prayer and Scripturally fluent.
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March 16, 2020
Acts - The Church On The Move - 20/03/01
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an inspiring message titled, “The Church on the Move” to kick-off our Acts series. Join us as we read Acts chapter 1, verses 1 through 11, and discover we can be part of God’s Kingdom movement. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to join God’s Kingdom movement.
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March 04, 2020
A Great Awakening - Awaken To A Movement - 20/02/23
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an inspiring message titled, “Awaken to a Movement” as part of our Great Awakening series. Join us as we read Acts chapter 1, verse 8, and discover we will be part of the next Great Awakening by joining God’s movement. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to join God’s movement by living whole, living Jesus and living sent.
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February 24, 2020
A Great Awakening - Awaken To Mentoring - 20/02/16
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a powerful message titled, “Awaken to Mentoring” as part of our Great Awakening series. Join us as we read Romans chapter 13, verse 14, and discover we can be part of the next great awakening by learning how to live like Jesus. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to live Jesus by: being who Jesus was, doing what Jesus did, believing what Jesus taught and obeying what Jesus commanded.
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February 18, 2020
A Great Awakening -Awaken To The Gospel - 20/02/09
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an inspiring message titled, “Awaken to The Gospel” as part of our Great Awakening series. Join us as we read Luke chapter 24, verses 25 through 32, and discover that living in God’s story is better than living outside of it. Our prayer is that this message encourages you live as a Good News carrier in the Kingdom of God.
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February 10, 2020
A Great Awakening - Awaken To Spiritual Gifts - 20/02/02
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares an insightful message titled, “Awaken to Spiritual Gifts” as part of our Great Awakening series. Join us as we read Ephesians chapter 4, verses 7 through 16, and discover our life purpose. Our prayer is that this message encourages you discover your life purpose through spiritual gifts, spiritual maturity and your role within the church.
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February 07, 2020
A Great Awakening - Awaken To Healing - 20/01/26
In this message, Pastor Zach Maddox shares a strengthening message titled, “Awaken to Healing” as part of our Great Awakening series. Join us as we read Philippians chapter 4, verses 8 through 9, and discover we must become whole to be part of the next Great Awakening. Our prayer is that this message encourages you to pursue God’s peace in your life.
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January 30, 2020