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Bible teachings from Reality LA, a church in Hollywood, CA.
 
Sunday sermons from Reality Church London by Pastor Tim Chaddick and others. We are a community following Jesus, seeking the renewal of our city. For more information, please visit www.RealityChurch.London or email us at info@realitychurch.london
 
Bible teachings from Reality LA, a church in Hollywood, CA.
 
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Word on the Go
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Word on the go is a podcast from Summer Madness which aims to encourage and equip Christians in the day to day journey of following Christ by releasing the amazing content that is shared at Madness. This could be anything from seminars to mainstage talks. We’re really excited about sharing the festival with you and we hope you’re excited to hear it.
 
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Sermonsmith
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Conversations about the craft of sermon preparation
 
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Sermonsmith
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Conversations about the craft of sermon preparation
 
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Sermonsmith
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Conversations about the craft of sermon preparation
 
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Whether you realise it or not, your character is impacting the lives of others. How does Christian faith cause our character to become an influence that is redemptive, not destructive? How does this shape the choices we make each day? We explore the importance of kindness and character through the story of Ruth.…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat uses 1 Peter 5:1-5 to explore a biblical model of church leadership that includes Christ, elders, deacons, staff, and the church's members themselves.
 
Sometimes life can become bitter. But how can we avoid becoming bitter? How can we face adversity in a way that does not destroy us but transforms us? As we continue our series through the Book of Ruth, we explore how the gospel heals resentment in our lives.By Tim Chaddick.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches a sermon from Acts 2:42-47 exploring what it means for each of us to have a unique part to play in the larger community that is our local church.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches a sermon from Acts 2:42-47 exploring what it means for each of us to have a unique part to play in the larger community that is our local church.
 
Why would an ancient story of kindness matter to the current issues we are facing today? What is it about the Bible's description of kindness that makes it so essential? As we continue our new series through the Book of Ruth, we discover the power of kindness and how the gospel produces it in our lives.…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat delves into the nature of church itself; what it is, what it isn't, and some ways we have misunderstood it.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat delves into the nature of church itself; what it is, what it isn't, and some ways we have misunderstood it.
 
Rose Lynas explores some of the issues that have often been raised around the attitudes displayed in scripture towards women. (Glenarm 2018)By Summer Madness.
 
In times of uncertainty, confusion and doubt, where do we look to make sense of it all? Where do we find direction? Where can we find hope? On the surface, the Book of Ruth is a story of courage against the odds, kindness amid chaos, generosity in a time of scarcity. Beyond this is a story of faith, how one woman finds her hope and healing in t ...…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Matthew 16 in the first sermon from our new series: "Why Church Matters."
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Matthew 16 in the first sermon from our new series: "Why Church Matters."
 
What does it mean to be free? What is true freedom? And how can we know and experience it? We discover in the letter of Galatians how the Bible defines freedom and how the good news about Jesus brings it about in our lives.By Tim Chaddick.
 
Pastor Devin Deuell of The Commons LA preaches from Romans 4:18-25 on how faith enables us to navigate the impossible tensions of life.
 
Pastor Devin Deuell of The Commons LA preaches from Romans 4:18-25 on how faith enables us to navigate the impossible tensions of life.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches the third of three sermons from John 15, speaking on cultivating love and turning it from a “have to” to a “want to.”
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches the third of three sermons from John 15, speaking on cultivating love and turning it from a “have to” to a “want to.”
 
How do we find guidance in life? What determines your decisions? According to the Bible, we are neither the captain of our souls nor a captive to our circumstances. We're guided by a good God.By Tim Chaddick.
 
In a city like London, many people are assessed and valued by how talented and gifted they are. But the Christian understanding of giftedness is radically different. It is also wonderfully liberating. In Ephesians 4:4-16 we seek to understand what the Bible says about spiritual gifts and why they are unique, essential and completely connected t ...…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches the second of three sermons from John 15, this time delving into the Scriptural concept of fruit-bearing lives.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches the second of three sermons from John 15, this time delving into the Scriptural concept of fruit-bearing lives.
 
The Christian life can sometimes sound like it's all about memorising information, monitoring our behaviour and making sure we busy ourselves with church activities. But Christianity is not merely about adopting particular practices. It's about knowing and experiencing the dynamic and personal presence of God. If we find ourselves being burned ...…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat begins a sermon series on John 15 and what it means to abide in Christ.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat begins a sermon series on John 15 and what it means to abide in Christ.
 
How many of our prayers are like shopping lists or ‘complaints to the manager’? Philippians 1 sets us straight. It all begins with love. It always has.By Glen Scrivener.
 
Pastor Christian Simas (Reality Stockton) preaches from Psalm 88 on the space God creates for us in the act of prayer for us to mourn, to honestly wrestle with him, and for his light to break in.
 
Pastor Christian Simas (Reality Stockton) preaches from Psalm 88 on the space God creates for us in the act of prayer for us to mourn, to honestly wrestle with him, and for his light to break in.
 
What does it mean to pray in the Spirit at all times? And how is this related to the spiritual battle the bible teaches us we all face? When our enemy's aim is to wound our heart, we need to be equipped with right weapons and defences to stand against him. The Apostle Paul teaches us what these are and how prayer is the key to it all.…
 
Pastor Nathan Potter preaches a sermon from Psalm 19 on the richness of poetry and the many voices it can contain.
 
Pastor Nathan Potter preaches a sermon from Psalm 19 on the richness of poetry and the many voices it can contain.
 
What is essential to grow as a Christian? What should we be praying for ourselves and others as we seek to live out our faith? In a time where there is an abundance of self-help books, we need to be reminded of what the bible teaches us about this.By Matt Hocking.
 
Pastor Chris Lazo preaches from Psalm 137:1-9 on what it means to be remembered by God and remember what that means about our identity.
 
Pastor Chris Lazo preaches from Psalm 137:1-9 on what it means to be remembered by God and remember what that means about our identity.
 
What is usually the focus of your prayers? What does this say about what's important to you? Reflecting on this may surprise us, especially if we compare our prayers to the Apostle Paul's. He gives us a model for prayer that focusses on our deepest needs.By Andrew Baughen.
 
Pastor Adam preaches from Psalm 104 on the greatness and glory of God the Creator, and how we can praise him in faith.
 
Pastor Adam preaches from Psalm 104 on the greatness and glory of God the Creator, and how we can praise him in faith.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat looks back over our time in Jeremiah, then unpacks several key verses from the book's final chapter.
 
Whether we realise it or not, our lives influence and impact the lives of others. The question is, how are we using our influence? According to the Bible, a disciple of Jesus helps other people to follow Jesus. The gospel both influences us and empowers us to influence others.By Tim Chaddick.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat looks back over our time in Jeremiah, then unpacks several key verses from the book's final chapter.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches through Jeremiah 50:1-10 about how the deliverance of his people also entails the defeat of their enemy and how the Bible is a rescue story.
 
Who is the most significant influence in your life? And how are you influencing the people who watch your life? Every one of us follows someone or something to give us meaning and purpose; the only question is who or what are you following? The answer to this will shape your identity, your character and your future.…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches through Jeremiah 50:1-10 about how the deliverance of his people also entails the defeat of their enemy and how the Bible is a rescue story.
 
What a great way to bring Madness 2019 to a close. Tre wrapped up the festival perfectly and gave another great teaching to digest on the way home.By Summer Madness.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Jeremiah 38:1-13 how God's rescuing hand is ever-extended to us.
 
What does the way we view money say about ourselves? And why is this issue so connected to what we believe about God and life?By Tim Chaddick.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches through Jeremiah 39-43 on the fall of Jerusalem, which, along with the exodus from Egypt, is one of the two most definitive events in the Old Testament.
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches through Jeremiah 39-43 on the fall of Jerusalem, which, along with the exodus from Egypt, is one of the two most definitive events in the Old Testament.
 
Our relationship with emotions is complicated. On the one hand, some of us seem to be masters over our emotions, careful not to wear our passions on our sleeves. On the other hand, some of us can seem controlled by our emotions, assuming that our feelings alone guide us in life. How does faith enable us to understand our emotional life? And why ...…
 
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Jeremiah 38:1-13 how God's rescuing hand is ever-extended to us.
 
Rachel killed it yet again. On Monday night she spoke being in awe of God, Moses and being comfortable in your own skin. Make sure you give it a listen.By Summer Madness.
 
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