1 Thessalonians 3

Pastor Jordan continues our sermon series in 1 Thessalonians. This message is from 1 Thessalonians 2:17-3:13. The church is a gospel community that cares, teaches the Bible, and prays.

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1 Thessalonians 2

Pastor Jordan preaches from 1 Thessalonians 2:1-16. We take a lesson from Paul’s conduction and the Thessalonians’ reception of the gospel in authenticity. Authenticity is commitment, confession, and contentment in the gospel.

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1 Thessalonians 1

Pastor Jordan begins our series in 1 Thessalonians by examining the author's prayer of thanksgiving in chapter 1. Paul, Silas, and Timothy thank God for the Thessalonians publicly, they affirm God's election of the Thessalonians, and they thank God for the work of the gospel in their lives and in their region.

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Reach

Pastor Jordan wraps up our sermon series "Better Together." The gospel requires self denial, it is God's plan, it reaches across the table, the street, and the world by word and deed.

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Engage

Pastor Jordan continues the Better Together series preaching from the book of 1 Peter. This message highlights the call of the church to be holy and obedient to the Lord.

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Gather

Pastor Jordan preaches from Hebrews 10:19-25. Continuing in the Better Together series we examine what it looks like to gather as the church.

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Spiritual Gifts Part 2

Pastor Jordan preaches from 1 Corinthians 12-14 on the Spiritual Gifts of prophecy and speaking in tongues. He teaches the two popular views on the sign gifts and then gives the position of Hebron Church of Hope on these gifts.

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Faith In Unlikely Places

This section of the Gospel of Mark continues to highlight faith and failure. The disciples lacked understanding of Jesus’ identity and actions, and the Pharisees had hardened hearts. Mark shows us what true faith looks like in some of the most unlikely characters for this setting. Listen and share!

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True Worship

Pastor Jordan preaches a message from Mark 7:14-23. In this passage Jesus addresses the Pharisee’s questions about defilement raised in Mark 7:1-13. We examine the realities of sin and define true worship.

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Lip Service

Pastor Jordan delivers a message from Mark 7:1-13 about Spiritual Hypocrisy and how Jesus addresses the Pharisees. This passage opens up a larger discussion about the disciples, hardness of heart, worship, and what it means to follow Jesus.

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Faith and Failure

Pastor Jordan preaches a message from Mark 6:31-44. The Disciples lacked faith and understanding about God’s power, provision, and how they were to join in Jesus’ mission of proclaiming the gospel.

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Mark 6:14-30

Pastor Jordan delivers a message from Mark 6:14-30. As the disciples were sent out to proclaim the Gospel as Jesus’ emissaries they faced opposition. Mark takes a moment to highlight how John the Baptist faced opposition from Herod, and how the crowds were responding to Jesus.

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Press on for the Goal

Recorded June 17th, 2018. Philippians 3:12-4:1, what we believe matters and what we believe motivates us in how we live. The goal in life is to pursue Jesus above everything.

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Theological Clarity

Recorded June 10th, 2018. Philippians 3:1-11, Paul is starting to finish his letter to the Philippians when he receives word about a dangerous group of false teachers in Philippi. He writes to the Philippians to be on the look out for this group and addresses the importance of doctrinal fidelity in the church.

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Gospel Examples

Recorded June 3rd, 2018. Philippians 2:19-30, Paul responds to the Philippians request for help in the middle of their conflict. He responds with news of who he will send, and exhorts the Philippians to follow these Gospel-obedient examples. 

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Gospel Obedience

Recorded May 27th, 2018. Pastor Jordan exposes Paul’s encouragement to the Philippians to be obedient to the gospel, and to avoid grumbling and complaining.

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