Weekly Podcast from Fellowship Community Church in Spring Hill, FL
Submission and unjust suffering… Two topics that are about as popular as President Trump on NPR. Do you ever wonder why these two topics make us so distinct in the world? We're going to show you that both of these are valuable; they are part of the plan of God for your life; and, they are part of how God intends to use you in the world.…
Join us for an in-depth look in 1 Peter 2:8-12 as we discover what the church ought to be... A spiritual, life-giving house. A holy, royal priesthood. A new, chosen race. A holy nation. God’s chosen people.
Join us this week for week 3 of I Am An Alien, as Peter tells us to "Grow Up!" Along with the need to grow up, we will also talk about what growing up looks like and then how to grow up in Christ.
As we saw last week, we are not immigrants or tourists here on earth, but instead we are exiles, aliens. But we are called to more than that even, to be AMBASSADORS and to make a difference in the place where we reside. In so many ways, did you realize that the environment we are ambassadors in is a hostile one? Join us as we finish off chapter 1 o…
Where does your hope lie? Pain and suffering has a way of exposing just where our hope is set. Is it on a fixed point beyond this world and its circumstances, or is it a hope that our circumstances will momentarily change?
This week we are finishing the God Time-series talking about how do we remain connected to Christ in our daily lives.
What is the greatest goal of being a Christian?... Church attendance, Bible study, tithing, and other Christian practices are so important, but the highest level of Christianity is knowing God personally and drawing our satisfaction from Him.
"Remain in me, and I will remain in you. For a branch cannot produce fruit if it is severed from the vine..." -John 15:4
Do you realize that God has saved you, but also the Finisher of your faith as well? Did you also know that God's goal for us is to be whole and holy?
Do you ever feel like the next level of your faith and walk with God always seems to just be out of reach?
Our goal as Christians is to take our eyes off of what’s all around us dividing us and set our gaze on what God has done for us!
God’s love makes it possible for us to be more than conquerors in our spiritual battles.
As Christians, we can actively participate with Jesus, in destroying the works of the enemy. To do that we need to know the enemy's #1 play that he repeatedly uses against us.
We must know the Devil is a literal being that is an enemy of Jesus Christ and his followers.
In this message Pastor Joe talks about the Spiritual battle happening around us and how we can prepare for the battle by putting on the full armor of God.
When Jesus instructed his followers to pray, "Thy Kingdom come" what did he mean by that request?
Our hearts are the dwelling place of God. In a world where most of our hearts have endured a lot of hardship and strian, how do we experience the internal reality of heaven, through the peace, joy and love that Jesus offers?
You are a part of a larger body, the church. Every person has gifts. So what is your part in the body of Christ? What are you uniquely created to do? Because here's the thing... every part is important.
Freedom is a fundamental value of people all over the world. But freedom always comes with a price, whether political, religious, or spiritual."
This Sunday we are having a Celebration Service. This is a time that we share how we have seen God has been working in our church for the last 35 years.
his Sunday is Father's Day and we're doing things a little different. Pastor Derek, Pastor Todd, Pastor Josh are going to answer some questions about their own experiences with God!
n this time of desperation and hurt in our nation, don't you want to experience JOYOUSLY FORTUNATE?
ook to Jesus' teaching in Matthew 5 :1-12, on what His Kingdom will look like as it invades our hearts and changes our ethics and morals. God's new normal will transform and heal us from the inside, out!
Come find out how to be Holy Spirit-empowered
We will dive into the Book of Revelation and attempt to capture the most EPIC ending of a long-running series that will ever play out!
What does it mean to BE the body of Jesus here on earth? What does it mean to be a corpus that is more than just a corporation?
What difference does this Jesus make in the way our movie ends?
his week we are jumping back into the Rooted Series looking at how we, as followers of Christ, can have health and thriving lives deep in a relationship with Christ. We do this by participating in the Spiritual Disciplines that brings us to God's changing Grace. This week we are discussing the discipline of "Guidance".…
You're influential! You have no idea how one conversation, one word of encouragement, or one expression of love might change someone's life.
Ever felt unwanted, unworthy, undeserving or unwelcome? With Jesus, we are always invited, always welcome.
Never let the presence of a storm cause you to doubt the presence of God.
We may enjoy God on the mountain tops, but we get to know him intimately in the valleys.
We are focusing on how we engage local and global missions.
We are focusing on how we engage local and global missions.
When we come to Christ, He becomes the foundation of our future.
Henk Kleinschmidt is apart of Alfame ministries in South Africa. He has shared some amazing stories and testimonies in how God is moving in their ministry.
This conversation is centered on God's desire to have MORE in Christ as we seek to bring healthy cycles in our lives.
The cycles we have in our lives, the patterns of how we live, can positively build us up or negatively break us down.
Laudation. A hymn. A song of praise. A new song. A spontaneous song.
To Kneel. To bless God (as an act of adoration). To praise. To salute. To thank.
To make music. To celebrate in song and music. To touch the strings or parts of a musical instrument.
To boast. To rave. To Shine. To celebrate. To be clamorously foolish.
To revere or worship with extended hands. To hold out the hands.
You get to decide: grudge or grace. Jesus defined and modeled grace in action.
Failure identifies the gap between where we are and where we can be. Learning from failure is critical to spiritual growth.
When you pray, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.