Messages by Josh

The Way of Rest (1 Kings 19)

 

Killer Storms and An Unshaken Faith (Mark 4:35–41)

 

White Christmas: Hope (Isaiah 9:1–7)

 

Jonah and God’s Mission (Jonah 1:6–17)

 

Lessons on Repentance (Jonah 3)

 

Love Always (1 Corinthians 13:7–13)

 

The Business of the Church: Sentness (Acts 13:1–12)

 

The Greatest Apologetic for the Christian Faith (Acts 25–26)

 

To Go or Not to Go (Acts 21:1-14)

 

Even Heroes Need Help (1 Kings 19)

 

Healthy Leaders and Healthy Churches Go Together (Acts 20:17–38)

 

God-given Visions (Acts 18)

 

Gospel Revolution (Acts 1)

 

Gospel Interruption: How the Gospel Interrupts our Lives (Acts 10)

 

Turning the World Right Side Up (Acts 17:1-9)

 

Some People Need to Be Freed to be Found (Acts 16:16–24)

 

Some People Are Ready to Be Found (Acts 16:11–15)

 

Love is Patient, Love is Kind (1 Corinthians 13:4)

 

Overcoming the Troubles of this World (John 16:33)

 

Do Not Let Your Hearts Be Troubled (John 14:1–14)

 

Humble Service that Changes the World (Phil 2:25–30)

 

God’s Battle Plan Against Satan and Sin (Genesis 3)

 

Check Your Heart (Acts 4/5)

 

What Would a Sinner Ask Jesus? (John 4)

 

What Would a Sufferer Ask Jesus (John 11)

 

Love is Not Easily Angered (1 Corinthians 13:5–6)

 

In Him, We are Empowered (Ephesians 1:15–23)

 

In Him, We Are One (Ephesians 2:11–22)

 

True Community: Purposeful Confidence (Philippians 3:1–12)

 

Gospel Shoes and Shield of Faith (Ephesians 6:15–16)

 

Spiritual War (Ephesians 6:1-–11)

 

Invincible Church: Listening to God’s Word (Psalm 19)

 

The Prophet Who Prepares the Way (Matthew 3:1–11)

 

The Attitude of the Gospel (Philippians 2:1–11)

 

The Greatest Show (An Overview of the Story of God)

 

Live Without Guardrails (2 Samuel 11)

 

Love is Not Easily Angered or Resentful (1 Corinthians 13:5–6)

 

When Life Sucks the Life Out of You (1 Kings 19)

 

When the Pressure is On: Peter’s Denial (Luke 22:31–34)

 

Give Us this Day Our Daily Bread (Matthew 6:11)

 

Our Father in Heaven (Matthew 6:9)

 

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