An audio podcast of weekly sermons from Hope Bible Church Markham in Markham, ON Canada. Our mission is to glorify God through the fulfillment of the Great Commission in the spirit of the Great Commandment.
Last episode for this miniseries. We tackle the ideas of: being a new Christian in a non-Christian home, teaching children to “suffer well” (especially with everything going on in the world), and what practical “extraordinary” measures to take while we worship in this abnormal time.
1:00 - Prayer
3:43 - Advice to a new Christians in non-Christian families
8:59 - How do you teach children how to suffer well
20:37 - How practically employ extraordinary measures in worship during these times in “exile”
🙏🏼WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS 🙏🏼 If you’ve been listening to our Lobby Talk podcast or have been just interested in asking your questions regarding the podcast or sermon series on Romans, we’d love to hear from you! Please submit your questions to Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Lobby Talk. We’re going to review your questions and try to wrap up our last episode in two weeks, featuring questions we get!
In this week’s episode we cover who has been cutting Jason’s hair, curating entertainment, Youtube/Netflix algorithms, tough topics to preach on, times Jason has felt ill-equipped to deal with someone else’s suffering, and how to practically practise lament. Let’s go! 🙌🏼🙌🏼
0:29 - Q+A Announcement
1:40 - Who cut’s Jason’s hair during stay-at-home
3:45 - One aspect of life that Jason has “let-go”
6:20 - What has the Youtube/Netflix algorithms been pushing on us
8:06 - What are “tough” topics to preach on
12:22 - How to wrestle with suffering for yourself, and how to suffer with others; Do you need to have a pre-requisite of suffering to suffer with others?
20:26 - How do you practise lamenting and is it good to?
👋🏼👋🏼Episode THREE! 🚨Honestly, is it Jason or PASTOR Jason? Does it matter? This week we deep dive into father-figure relationships, how they might affect the way that those in the church relate with God, and what promises we hold dearly to when the going gets tough. Thanks for tuning in and know that you are LOVED.
0:38 - Opening Remarks
1:30 - Jason, Pastor Jason, does it matter?
5:08 - How the Spirit soothes us
8:00 - Imperfect father figures and God our Father
16:39 - Which Godly promises we hold on dearly to
21:30 - Closing Remarks
🚨Episode 2! 🚨 In week 2 of our podcast, Pastor Jason and Jonathan chat about their weekend shenanigans, junk foods of choice, what habits will make it into the next normal, and what we might even miss about this season of life. Diving into this past Sunday’s sermon, Pastor Jason speaks about how the difficulty of parenting can cause weeds of sin to pop-up, we expand more on the term “Shattered Saints”, and one huge principle to encourage those who are struggling to cooperate with the Spirit, because let’s be honest, it’s not always easy.
1:08 - Weekend Shenanigans
1:51 - Junk Food of choice in the Lock family
3:35 - What’s one habit that you’ll take into your next normal
5:55 - What are you going to miss about this season?
7:32 - Better productivity now? Or in the Next Normal.
9:55 - The Weeds of Sin/Parenting
20:33 - Are we all just Shattered Saints?
23:26 - What would you say to those struggling with cooperating with the Spirit
As we launch our unscripted 6-episode series in our first ever church wide podcast, we go over why we want to start the podcast and how we hope this benefits the church. Find out whether Pastor Jason has a tattoo, whether our church would survive a technology blackout, what we think the “next normal” church will look like, and join in as we dive into some of this past weekend’s sermon material. Leave a comment or share with a friend if you liked the podcast and we can’t wait to do this all again with you next week!
2:40 - Jason’s thoughts on tattoos
7:00 - How would church look like without Zoom
9:25 - Should we return back to the “old normal” church
13:25 - Sermon Q1: What are precursors to Jason’s anxiety when life hits
19.34 - Sermon Q2: How to prevent the vicious cycle of failing and turning loving God into a checklists of chore
“Putting Your Parents In Their Place”, that is the message title for this week here at HBCYR. We continue our 10 Commandment series; the text says – “Honour your Father and your Mother”. So how do we do that? How do we put them in their right place, whether they have loved us or hurt us? Read over Exodus 20:1-21 as you prepare to hear from God’s Word.