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Pastor Ryan leads us through I Corinthians, Chapter 15, that great lecture on WHY we do have Resurrection! Because of this sublime, cardinal Truth, we can proclaim:"We declare that God raised Jesus from the dead. So, we say...."....and from this we can declare our belief in God, that God acts and moves in this world, that God defeated our great ene…
 
Pastor Symps explores the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, this from all four Gospels, and adds to it John 13. We see the Christ received as King, yet they did not know what Kingdom He preached; and yet this glorious king demonstrated servanthood by washing the disciples' feet!Van we worship the true King and yet model His humility?…
 
We take an Easter Season break from Revelation for the opportunity to corporately worship, appeal, give thanks, and praise the Lord our God, using Psalm 118 as our model to follow. Together, our body offers adoration and praise, learns to lament, male our requests, and remember God's faithfulness in His provision and protection - give our Lord and …
 
This, the last of the seven letters dictated by the Lord Jesus Himself, and He addresses, as Pastor Luke points out, the sin of self-sufficiency. Two sins in one: Gos is not as great as you are at providing for your needs, and you are better than God to meet them! Your idolatry is ...yourself! Not only are you poor at His ministry, but you even thi…
 
Deep promises from Jesus to a small but faithful church. Philadelphia modeled what every congregation should strive for: evangelistic opportunity, complete reliance on God, faithful to the Name of Jesus - not ONE harsh word to this congregation who kept the Word of God!Jesus' promises are stellar - and a profound inspiration for us. Pastor Ryan exh…
 
Pastor Symps leads us into the study of Revelation Chap. 3. Jesus now dictates His letter to His church in Sardis. Attention! Not one word of compliment to this congregation! He called this a "dead" church. A dead church does no ministry, experiences no persecution - it is no threat to the enemy, no glory for our Lord. what the Church is, and what …
 
We are at the letter to Thyatira, found in Rev. 2:18-29. Lord Jesus commends them for their love, but not for a love compromised. Not for a love unswerving and undistracted towards His Lordship, but He exhorts them for a love that is accommodating towards the world, towards idols, towards seductive sin. So it was with Thyatira; perhaps, Pastor Ryan…
 
Jesus' letter to the Church at Pergamum (Rev. 2:12117) gives a commendation for there faithfulness, this in the face of the confusion of many ideologies and religions. But this He has against them (and us) - you cannot serve Jesus and something else! You cannot have two masters! Like our past brethren, we must choose this day whom we serve: the Chr…
 
We read of Smyrna in Rev. 2:7-11. This is the Church persecuted, poverty-stricken, a lustrous city holding many enemies to our brethren, yet Jesus KNOWS them, and comforts and exhorts them to overcome. Our Jesus blesses them with His character (He who conquered death!) and His hope for their future, an eternal hope hat He has prepared for them, for…
 
Pastor Symps concentrates on the letter our Lord Jesus wrote to Ephesus (Rev. 2:1-7).The stern yet loving letter conveyed a loving call to remember their first love. It is an equally fitting and sober call to repentance for Broadway, and any church, today!Symps Ndlovu による
 
At the heart of Revelation is...Jesus. Every description, stage, appearance is about the center of it all....Jesus!This should be NO surprise..He has always been, is always now, will always be, the center of it all! Do we believe that now? Is he the center of your heart? In these times, where we can so easily be distracted, Pastor Ryan uses Ch. 1:9…
 
Pastor ran begins our new series in earnest, presenting to our body Chapter 1: 1-8.Who was Revelation written for? Past or future? for who was it intended to minister to? Pastor Ryan explains how revelation not only shares of the return of your Lord, but also gives us a lens to see the world as God sees it, to be ministered to NOW. We don the persp…
 
Rev. 1:3 proclaims: "Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand." To begin our adventure into the great and fascinating book of Revelation, we read the book in its entirety. Pastor Ryan invites 22 members of our body to share Jesus' precious rev…
 
Pastor Ryan focuses on Ch. 12 of the Book of Revelation, explaining how it is actually the Christmas Story, in panoramic presentation. The scripture explains why we "would" fear, but also promises why we "need NOT" be afraid! Our Savior will always be victorious over the enemy; do not be afraid!Ryan Cochran による
 
Pastor Ryan helps us dig deep int the fears and joys introduced into their lives, when their common plans for a stable and fulfilling life were turned upside down by the Lord God's eternal and immortal plans, for them, and for us. How do we, in the face of fear, turn to God's great tidings of Joy for our lives?Matthew ch. 1 and Luke ch. 1 are our S…
 
Pastor Ryan leads us into a new series for the Holidays. Amplifying the famous words spoken to classic characters of the Nativity story in Matthew and Luke ("do not be afraid"), Pastor Ryan leads us through passages from Psalms 26, Phil. 4 and I John 5 to remind us that our fears, though real, can be surpassed by God's Peace, a peace that can surpa…
 
Pastor Ryan presents the final installment in our semester series of "Healing Community". Here, we explore the great promise, delivered in both Old and New Testaments, about the final salvation that we hope for - the healing, not only of us, but of all creation. Pastor Ryan explores Chap. 21 and 22 of Revelation (among other passages), explaining t…
 
Part 2 of the healing that is for the sake of the world. We continue digging deeper into this great cardinal calling from our King Jesus - to proclaim His healing power, available for all who come to Him. Today Pastor Ryan concentrates on Eph. 2:8-10 and Romans 8:18-25 - we are God's handiwork unto good works - to His Glory!…
 
Pastor Ryan gives a preamble to a topic of healing not to be neglected - the Church's efforts to trust in God's healing is not just for us, but for the sake of the world, which so desperately needs the Church to BE the Church, to be Christ's instruments for proclaiming His healing power to a world that so needs their Redeemer! II For. 5:16-21 is ou…
 
Pastor Ryan speaks openly and plainly on one of the most significant of our tasks in generating a healing community: forgiveness and reconciliation. It is at the cross of Christ where OUR need for forgiveness is so apparent, and so freely given; Pastor Ryan continues with the reality that as Christ's work of atonement reconciled us to God, so are w…
 
Pastor Ryan shares in a critical and vibrant topic for any person, believer or unbeliever - healing. What is the source of our sickness? Why are some healed and not others? Why am I not healed? Where is God in my continued pain. We explore these and other questions regarding healing. we also look at Jesus' model for calling God to heal: the laying …
 
Worship Pastor Luke Ash delivers a thorough study and exhortation on the blessing of redeemed play and laughter. We look at several scripture passages that address the healing touch that practiced joy brings towards the healings in our lives. We touch also on the great "joke" of the Gospel, the wonderful work of the Cross, God's simple, direct and …
 
“Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:” - James 1:19Our world is poised to teach us just the opposite! How do we listen, truly LISTEN, to one another, to ourselves, to God Himself? The good news is God models this critical trait...He listens to us, and as we listen back, we promote His healing…
 
Pastor Symps shares of the Biblical concept, the Biblical reality and necessity, of confession, not only the confession that justifies us before God through Christ, but also the confession act that heals our broken relationships, and promotes healthy, God-honoring community.Symps Ndlovu による
 
"...and on the seventh day, God rested...." What does resting do for us, as individuals, as a community? What does it say about our relationship to God? Does it happen automatically, or do we plan for rest>Pastor Ryan shares about Biblical, God-honoring rest and how it contributes to our healing of spirit.…
 
Pastor Ryan gives several Biblical examples showing us that pain is an inevitable reality in the believer's life, indeed, in all our lives. We discuss why it happens, and how to surrender it to God to reveal His Glory, and through Him, how to face our pain Pastor Ash graces the sermon with a testimony of pain and how Jesus carried him through it.Ro…
 
Christ came to heal, and indeed He does! We look at Biblical accounts of Jesus' healing power, revealing the Good News to the downcast and broken-hearted, and we keep an eye on the ultimate expression of healing work done on the cross, where Christ healed us of our sins, and killed the power that sin and death had on us. Being honest means we confe…
 
Pastor Ryan introduces us to our semester of concentrating on our Key trait of "Healing Community". Today, our first sermon on the subject, we learn the deeper meaning of the blessing, having "God's sorrow and His joy" in our lives.Jesus asked the paralytic at the pool, "do you want to be healed?" An astounding question to ask, but do we? Do we wis…
 
After a short, targeted devotional from Colossians 1:15-20, Pastor Ryan prepares us for our upcoming series, "Healing Community" - we prepare, as we should, through *prayer*! Prayers are offered for the healing of unity in the Body, for our marriages, for our small groups and their role in healing our community, and for our youth and youth workers.…
 
Pastor Ryan continues in Colossians, emphasizing the longings God has placed in our heart that are being frustrated by our current state. Today we focus on the desire for relationship, and the curse of loneliness that is the result of relationship's neglect.Pastor Ryan focuses on the enemy's tactics, using loneliness to weaken Jesus' Church, and al…
 
Pastor Ryan continues to lead us in an exploration of Colossians and the exhortation towards right, Christly thinking that this book provides. Today we focus on the God-given desire of freedom. Pastor Ryan uses Col. 1: 9-14 to help us understand the type of Godly freedom that He provides, freedom with boundaries that protects us from sin, and prote…
 
Pastor Symps finished his triptych series on the Holy Spirit, emphasizing what it means to walk in the Spirit and to demonstrate the fruit thereof. What individual attributes are demonstrated when one walks in His Spirit? What benefits to the Body are manifested when WE walk in His Spirit? Pastor Symps guides us through Galatians 5: 16-26 and Ephes…
 
Pastor Symps, in his second of three sermons on the Holy Spirit, concentrates on Jesus' promise of the Gift of the Holy Spirit, given to all who have "repented and been baptized in the name of Jesus Christ". We look at Acts 1 and 2 (and other verses) that reveal the Holy Spirit's work in our lives - to convict and draw us to the father, to indwell …
 
Pastor Ryan uses references in Scripture to help us, the Body, understand the importance and place of baptism in our spiritual lives. Using passages from I Corinthians, Galatians, and Romans, we learn of Christ's command to be baptized as an outward expression of our inward transformation, making the "Gospel visible", stirring up faith in ourselves…
 
What is Jesus doing, right now? How is He helping us with His Kingdom work? What does He want us to receive regarding His Second Coming? When will He come? WHY does he tarry? What is He waiting for?Pastor Ryan uses scripture to help us realize some of the answers to these questions, and what we are to do as we wait for His return.…
 
Who is the Holy Spirit? How does He proclaim Jesus? What is He doing, right now? How do we acquire his power? How does He unite us in the Body? Pastor Symps spends time with us, to help explain what the Scriptures say about God the Holy Spirit. John 5 is our Scripture for today.Symps Ndlovu による
 
We focus on the first recorded martyr for Jesu: Stephen. We look at Acts chapter 7, where we read of his testimony, and his martyrdom (vs. 51-60), where he receives a "gift" from God - the revelation of what we learned last week: Jesus is indeed at the right hand of the Father. Stephen's life (and death) is a model for us to follow, to do that whic…
 
The Gospel writer Luke writes, in the book of Acts, that "the first book (Luke) dealt with all that Jesus began to do and teach...." (Acts 1:1). Clearly, Jesus' work was not finished when He ascended into Heaven, as Pastor Ryan explains. If Jesus is not finished, then what is Jesus doing right now? We look at Acts 1:6-11 for evidences of Christ's c…
 
Worship Pastor Luke Ash brigs God's Word to us today, concentrating on a great challenge of trust presented to Ezra, challenged to demonstrate how much he trusts the Lord God's providence to Artaxerxes, king of Persia. How does Ezra prepare Israel for their return to Jerusalem, seeking and knowing God's plan, step by step? What can we learn from th…
 
Luke 24:13-35 is the beautiful account of the Risen Jesus meeting two of His disciples on their way back to Emmaus. Here our Jesus demonstrates a great teaching, based on Moses and the Prophets, showing them the reality of the Messiah, who "had to suffer these things and enter into His glory".Pastor Ryan shares how this reality, that this resurrect…
 
Our Worship Pastor Luke Ash delivers our message today, using John 20:19-31 as the Scripture for study. Thomas doubted in a time of despair and challenge. Like him, this unpredictable season can generate great worry and doubt, and perhaps even doubting the Lord's ability to carry us through this time. from this passage, Pastor Luke has two messages…
 
As BCC prepares to re-congregate, Pastor Ryan asks the question of what that would look like, both corporately and individually. What does going "back to normal" look like, especially if we have been paying attention to what our Lord has been trying to teach us during these past days of pandemic challenge? We look at John 21:1-15, where Peter tried…
 
Pastor Ryan teaches us a cardinal encouragement regarding our future, our hope in the risen Lord Jesus - He is risen incarnate! We learn, in the testimony of Luke 24: 36-48, that He appeared in bodily form to the disciples, not a ghost, not a spirit-He ate, and laughed, and fellowshipped! When we are made perfect, we will not distance-gather, but b…
 
Pastor Ryan selects an unusual passage of Scripture for our Easter message: Eccles. 3:1-11. Here explained by the Teacher is the life reality that there is a time and a season for many things, all are subject by the limitations, of time, of death, and of sin. Yet God has placed (the yearning for) eternity in our hearts. It is the Resurrection of Je…
 
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