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This podcast features the weekly messages at Parkside Church in Fishers, IN. Tune in each week for uplifting messages that will build your faith and deepen your understanding of God's Word. We are passionate about helping people find hope and healing. And guiding them to discover their God-given purpose and help them live it out!
 
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As Paul wraps up his third missionary journey, he makes a brief stop at the coastal city of Miletus. He makes this stop in order to have a proper goodbye with the Ephesian elders and to prepare them to lead in this absence. In doing so, he reminds...Matt McAlvey による
 
As Paul wraps up his third missionary journey, he makes a brief stop at the coastal city of Miletus. He makes this stop in order to have a proper goodbye with the Ephesian elders and to prepare them to lead in this absence. In doing so, he reminds...Matt McAlvey による
 
The evening in Troas when Paul taught late into the night, which resulted in Eutychus falling out the window to his death isn’t a cautionary tale about falling asleep in a sermon. Nor is the point of this story about the importance of good sleeping...Matt McAlvey による
 
"God’s presence with them matters, not just for getting through this season, but for everything waiting for them on the other side. A future in which they get through but lose sight of God is a future to be mourned, to be grieved, to be avoided at any cost, even if it means staying put in the wilderness."…
 
The three years that Paul ministered in Ephesus led to a spiritual awakening among many. For example, countless people became new Christians and already-Christians had a steady change of their affections, which lead them to turn away from old patterns...Matt McAlvey による
 
In this middle section of Acts 18 Dr. Luke, our narrator, does two things. One, he wraps up the challenging and extended time that Paul spent in Corinth. Two, he pulls together some travelogue details as Paul’s second missionary journey concludes...Matt McAlvey による
 
"Faithfulness is carrying a tambourine into the desert, holding tight to God’s future in the midst our present. But beyond that, this tambourine also strikes me as a profoundly prophetic symbol, as an instrument that prophesies just by showing up in this scene. Nothing says, 'Things aren’t the way they’re supposed to be, but God is at work making a…
 
Cassie Summers-Corp: In the thin spaces of life as birthworkers, Shiprah and Puah saw a tiny picture of hope in the midst of their despair, in the midst oppression, in the midst of hopelessness and pain and murder and tragedy and very little cause for happiness or hope. Every day they saw a tiny picture of the way that God intended it to be.…
 
Fred Rogers: “Deep down, we know that what matters in this life is more than winning for ourselves; what really matters, is helping others win too—even if it means slowing down and changing our course now and then… (so)make those choices which will allow you and your neighbor to become the best of whoever you are.”Paul: “We who are strong have an o…
 
“As a result of God’s presence, what are you called to do? It is the Holy Spirit that propels us to do the things that we do, to see injustice and not be silent. It’s our way of demonstrating what it means to be a follower of Christ… And so, how can we remain as quiet as we have typically been?” -Sylvia Rose…
 
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