Colossians 4:2-18

Pastor Jordan concludes our sermon series through Colossians. In this passage Paul writes instructions for the Colossians to reach those who don't know Jesus with the good news of the Gospel. We learn a few lessons from Paul in his concluding thoughts.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 3:18-4:1

Pastor Jordan examines Paul's instructions for the Colossians in the rest of Chapter 3 and the beginning of Chapter 4. Here he addresses the Christian, their family, and their work.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 3:9-17

Pastor Jordan continues preaching through Paul's instructions to the church. As the Colossians continue to walk in Christ, their union with Him will influence their relationship to the local church. In the local church we are to put away the old way of life and embrace the new life in Christ by loving one another, forgiving one another, dwelling on the Word, and singing together.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 3:1-8

Pastor Jordan transitions from the warning passages in Colossians 2 to the instruction of Colossians 3. Here Paul writes to the Colossians about their union with Christ. If this relationship is not right, everything else crumbles.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 2:16-23

Pastor Jordan concludes the warnings section of Colossians 2. Paul has commanded the Colossians to walk in Christ: rooted and built up in him, established in the faith, and abounding with thanksgiving. There are three warnings. The first was: let no one take you captive. Colossians 2:16-23 includes the second and third warnings: don't let anyone judge you and don't let them condemn you.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 2:6-15

Pastor Jordan preaches through Colossians 2:6-15. Paul’s call to the Colossians was to walk in Christ Jesus rooted and built up in the faith. Colossians 2 includes three warnings against false teaching. This section includes the first, “Do not be deceived by empty philosophy and human traditions.”

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 1:24-2:5

Mike Foster serves as Pastor of Biserica Baptista Reformata Koinonia 29 in Oradea, Romania. He delivers a message from Colossians 1:24-2:5 focusing on God's work in the Colossian church that came to life through suffering and perseverance.

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Jordan Brown
Colossians 1:15-23

Pastor Jordan preaches on the supremacy and sufficiency of Christ, and how the Colossians were called to stability in the gospel and to be steadfast in the gospel.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 13:1-37

Pastor Jordan wraps up our study through Mark's Gospel. He preaches the Olivet Discourse, with the big challenge to be on guard. Christians are to be faithful and obedient as they await the return of Jesus.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 12:41-44

Pastor Jordan continues through the Gospel of Mark. In this passage Jesus is in the temple as people are bringing their offerings to the women's court. The rich are giving large sums, and a poor old widow gives all that she has. We learn that Jesus sees what we give, about the motives behind what we give, how to give with the right perspective, and how to give with the right principles.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 12:28-40

Pastor Jordan continues the series in Mark's Gospel. Mark 12:28-40 includes the well known greatest commandments: love God and love others. The big idea is that what we believe must influence how we live.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 12:18-27

Zac Nadeau-Denning is serving as Ministry Intern at Green Valley Crossing in Putnam, CT. He delivers a message from Mark 12:18-27. Know the scriptures, know God's power.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 12:13-17

Pastor Jordan continues our sermon series in the Gospel of Mark. The religious leaders wanted to trap Jesus by His words, but Jesus' power is by His word.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 12:1-12

Pastor Jordan continues the series in the Gospel of Mark. The parable of the tenants exposes the pride of the religious leaders and an illustration of what will happen to Jesus.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 16:1-8

Pastor Jordan preaches through Mark 16:1-8 as we examine Jesus' resurrection. The resurrection is essential to Christianity, and seals the work of salvation. Jesus has come to die for sin, he was buried, and three days later God raised him from the grave. You can become a Christian by believing in this work, and turning from your sin. To find out more visit our learn tab.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 11:1-11

Pastor Jordan preaches the Triumphal entry from Mark 11:1-11. This is the beginning of Holy Week as Jesus enters Jerusalem. Jesus, the triumphant king, has come to save God’s people. Jesus is the king who is in control, he is obedient to scripture, he is the king who saves, and he is the king worthy of worship.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 11:27-33

Pastor Jordan continues our series through the Gospel of Mark examining Jesus' interaction with the Pharisees in Mark 11:27-33. The big idea from this message is that Jesus has been given authority by God to save and rescue his people.

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Mark 11:12-25

Guest Preacher J. Peterson serves as ReStart Pastoral Resident at Park Baptist Church in South Carolina. He continues our series in the Gospel of Mark.

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Jordan Brown
Mark 10:32-45

Pastor Jordan continues our sermon series through the Gospel of Mark. This section includes the third prophecy about Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. It is followed by an interaction with James and John who’s pride is exposed.

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