Living The Gospel

"The Kingdom" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He Changed Everything About Everything (Week 1) We begin a new series on Jesus, who He was, and how He changed everything. The Jewish people of that day were looking for an earthly king to rule and reign, but Jesus came and changed everything, including their perspective. What is our current perspective, who do we trust, who rules our life, and who do we worship? (Mark 1:15, 1 Sam. 8, John 17 & 19)

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"Tunnels and Theaters" - Kaleb Kinney

Ephesians (Week 1) In the first week of our series on Ephesians, we examine the history behind the city of Ephesus and their incredible transformation to Christianity. The gospel of Jesus is a story of revolution that flips cities upside down. It has the power to change everything and everyone. We must not shrink the story of Jesus down, but shout it out in the theaters of our influence and life. (Eph 1:1-3, Acts 19:23-41, 20:1)

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"A Different Life" - Tim Mannin

Doing Things That Matter (Week 4) It is difficult to measure faith. One of the ways we can see evidence of our faith is in the story of our life and what God has done. This morning we hear a powerful story of what God is doing and has done in the life of Jeremy and Brandy Romine and what it takes for each of us to live differently. (2 Cor. 5:17, Phil. 2:12-13, Gal. 5:13-25, Eph. 4:22)

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"Cephas" - Tim Mannin

Grow: Teachings from the Gospels (Part 3) Life is full of ups and downs and the life of Peter (Cephas) may be one of the best examples of learning what to do when you find yourself in the down moments. Some of the moments from Peter's life that mattered the most where the ones he chose to run to Jesus after his lowest low. (Various Scriptures from Peter's Life + John 20:1-10, John 21:1-9).

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"The Gospel Divides" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 7) The gospel is complicated and is transcendent above the differences we possess in life and personality. Is there a right way to live the gospel? Is there a wrong way to live it? Ultimately, it doesn't matter who you are, but rather, what path you are on. What are you compromising on in your life that could pull you from the narrow path? (Luke 24:36)

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"Hope House OKC" - Tim Mannin & Brandy Romine

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 6) This morning we had the great opportunity to hear powerful stories about what one of our partners (Hope House OKC) is doing in our community. Breaking the cycles of poverty and homelessness, one life at a time. (Presented by one of our members Brandy Romine) 

"Give Him No Rest" - Kaleb Kinney

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 5) In living out the gospel we must never give up! James teaches that we do not have because we do not ask. Let us labor together in prayer for the lives and hearts of those around us. (Luke 16:19-26, Isaiah 62:6-7, James 4:2) 

"Open Table" - Nate Kinney 

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 4) Who is it that we look at like our neighbor? Is society telling us that it is ok to stereotype someone and hate them because they are different? We must be a church for both the sinners and the saints. What would it be like if we never labeled someone, but instead welcomed ALL to the table? (Luke 10:25-37)

"Deeper Waters" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 2) This morning we examine the story of Peter and his famous fishing trip. Sometimes our nets in life come up empty, however, our heavenly Father always sees us and will step into our boat in order to fill the empty spaces in our life. (Luke 5)

"The Great Wall" - Tim Mannin 

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 1) In society, we build walls and tell God where He can and can't go. Living the gospel deconstructs walls and carries the good news of Jesus everywhere we go. (Luke 5:27-32, 6:6-11)

"From Causing Wounds To Cleaning Wounds" - Kaleb Kinney

Living out the gospel in our daily life is something that has the power to revolutionize the people around us. In Acts 16 we read a story of an "earth shaking" moment through which God's power flipped a man's heart from causing wounds to cleaning wounds. (Acts 16:16-40, Hab 1:5) 

"Pouring It All Out" - Ryan Moore

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 9) Do the actions in our life represent the words that we say? It is easy for us to fulfill tradition in order to be a "good Christian," but when we see the opportunity to live out the gospel, do we pour it all out just as the woman did in Matthew 26? (Matthew 12, 26)

"That Hill In Galilee" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 8) We often believe that God is for those of us that do "the right thing at the right time, follow all the rules, and stand up straight." But Jesus' teaching on that hill in Galilee flips our understanding of what it means to be blessed. He says, "I am with the unschooled and ordinary people." His gospel is for all. We have been offered the kingdom of heaven. Let us shine like a city on a hill. (Matt 5:1-16, 28:16-20)

"More" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 7) The story of the Rich Young Ruler, in Matthew, is a haunting story about having everything you could want from life, but not being able to lay it down in order to put Jesus first. We all fall victim to this desire to have "more." What is it that we have placed as an idol in our heart? Do we have things in our life that we desire more than The Lord? (Matt. 19:16-26)


"Not Even A Finger" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 5) Are we as a culture an arrogant people? Jesus dealt with this issue in Matthew 23. He proclaimed that "the greatest among us are servants and that those who humble themselves will be exalted." Is our main objective in life "ourselves?" Our schedule, our feelings, and our comfort level control our lives, but we see that humility is the primary character in Jesus and He is calling us to live that life. (Matthew 23:1-12)

"How Bad Do You Want It?" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 4) Jesus performed many miracles for desperate people throughout the stories of the gospels. The challenge for many of us is that we are not desperate. Most of us live privileged lives and have very little need; as a result the power of God is a rare sighting because we rest in our privilege. How do we become desperate people? (Matthew 8:5-13, Matthew 9:1-8 & 18-31) 

"The Left Cheek" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 3) We have all heard Jesus' words about turning the other cheek, but the reality and practicality of this rarely are applied into our actual lives. What was Jesus' intent for our world today? Was His purpose to give us another law to follow or to perhaps show us a better way to live the gospel? (Matthew 5:38-42)