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This is the weekly sermon of First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau, Missouri as presented by pastor Tyler Tankersley and guests.
 
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As we continue through our Twelve Simple Words, we will be exploring the word: Yes. As Christians, saying "Yes" is a dangerous, beautiful thing. To die to ourselves--to take up our crosses to follow Christ--is the most beautiful commitment we can make. How can we become disciples of Christ? What can we say "yes" to?…
 
We continue through our series: Twelve Simple Words. We now explore the word "Behold". In this sermon, Tyler speaks of the word "Behold" and the transformative power that it brings. Through Christ all things are new: we are meant to live lives we could never live before, bring peace and joy that could never be brought before, and spread the gos ...…
 
As we continue through our Twelve Simple Words, we will be exploring one of the most intimidating words: Why. Asking "Why?" opens us up to having to explore our inner motives. In this sermon, Tyler walks through a passage from the prophet Micah and prompts us to ask: "Why do we believe what we believe?"…
 
What do we do with our feelings of disappointment and anger? In this sermon, we explore the example of Job from the Bible and examine how Job does not choose to smile through suffering, but instead expresses honest and raw hurt and pain. Perhaps there is something healthy and cathartic when we express our negativity to God.…
 
After having experienced technical difficulties, the original sermon given by Mr. Jeff Langford is not available. However, Colten Mayberry offers a short reflection on the scripture, taking a closer look at the struggle that always comes along with asking God the difficult question: When?By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
As we continue our series on Twelve Simple Words, in this sermon we explore what it means to pray "Please" on behalf of others. We explore a story from the Gospel of Mark in which four people carried their paralyzed friend to Jesus and how we can help to do that for other.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler explores the transformative power of the word "Help". Often, we ask God for qualities and strengths we may not think we possess. How does God answer those prayers? Perhaps God is working in ways beyond our expectations.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler explores the power of the word "Sorry". And what it means to truly have the character to live the life God has called us to.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
"Thanks" is such a simple word. But the power behind gratitude is beyond compare. When we fully embrace the gifts God has given us; fully realize just how much we have in our lives to be thankful for, then we can start the journey of being fully drawn to God's unending grace.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
This sermon is the first in a new sermon series: Twelve Simple Words. We will be exploring 12 words that capture times or seasons in our spiritual journey. For our first word, Here, Tyler explores the practice of invocation. What does it mean for us to be truly present? How does the story of Moses and the burning bush remind us that God is alre ...…
 
In this sermon Tyler explores the profound nature of communion, and the nature of gratitude amongst a world that is never satisfied. Perhaps everything we need is already around us.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
What does it mean to be neighborly? In this sermon, Tyler channels Mr. Rogers as we explore seven ways that scripture (and Mr. Rogers!) taught us about neighborliness.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon Tyler explores the mystery of eternal life, and how heaven is far beyond what many Christians today imagine. Through God's will, we have a chance to see heaven brought down to earth.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
Do you people that people can change? In this sermon, we explore the journey of a man named Saul as he has a paradigm-shifting encounter with Jesus Christ. We also explore what this passage might be saying to us about what it means to be receptive to God's Spirit in our own lives.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler discusses the deep brokenness in all of us: and the importance of confession, remembrance, and repentance. Both as a individuals and as a culture, we should pray and embrace the life-altering power of repentance.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler looks at the story of the Tower of Babel. As Christians, we are called by Christ to celebrate diversity and observe the redemptive grace inherit to this story.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler deals with one of the most difficult passages in the Bible. It's a passage that has been misused for a long time and because of that some people just ignore it altogether. However, maybe there is a word of hope and Gospel in this passage. Maybe we can learn something about having healthy marriages, being good parents, and ...…
 
In this sermon, Tyler speaks about the radical implications of Christ's message and how--in spite of how some may read it today--these words are words of comfort; meant to bring us closer to God.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
Guest Reverend Dr. Jeff Long addresses the pain and the beauty of the things unseen, as we struggle with our own identities, we are asked to consider the true purpose of Christ. Sometimes as Christians we must remember that the Christ we need offers far more than the Christ we want.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler explores the uncategorical nature of the Trinity. Inviting us in to the transcendent mystery, we are shown how God's boundless beauty and grace presents itself to us in new and exciting ways.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
For this Pentecost sermon, Tyler explores the role of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament, in the New Testament, and in our everyday lives.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
Many women in churches have been taught that they are to aspire to be a "Proverbs 31 woman." But what does Proverbs 31:10-31 really have to say to us? How should we be understanding this passage? And what does it have to say about how women are treated in today's society and in today's churches.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
Patrick Tankersley speaks to us about the beauty in the details of life. How are we listening to God's voice in our lives today? Maybe, if we truly listened to what Christ had to say, we'd find a fire ignited in ourselves. Go crazy, folks. Go crazy.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
In this sermon, Tyler examines the mixed response of the Jews during the rebuilding of the temple. It's easy for many of us to fall back into sentimentality and think about days gone by, but Christ compels us to dwell not in the past, but in the present, and what must be done in the future.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
The book of Haggai is not one that we often talk about in church. It can be confusing and intimidating. But in this sermon, Tyler explores how the message of Haggai is one that we still need to hear: what are our priorities in life and do our actions match those priorities?By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
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