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Love God, love people, and change the world. We believe the life and lessons of Jesus aren’t just good advice, but are Good News for us here and now. As a church, we are all about following Jesus and know there’s no end to that journey—we’re more about becoming than arriving. We are committed to becoming a multi-generational, multi-ethnic, multiplying movement of Christ followers, equipping and empowering our kids and students to not only be the church of tomorrow, but the church of today.
 
We welcome the imperfect, flawed, and broken as much as the healing and thriving because we are all God’s children. As a family, we seek to create relationships and foster growth to trust in God and pursue His loving purpose for our lives. Join us as every week we go through topical messages that help us grow as Christians and understand God's word.
 
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The 167

New Life Community Church

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There are 168 hours in a week. Most of us only use 1. 1 hour in church. 1 hour to worship. 1 hour to grow or serve. 1 hour a week to hear from God, find freedom, or get our breakthrough. 1 hour a week. This is The 167.
 
To see God's hope transform out cities one story at a time.. that is why we exist. Whether you are brand new to Church or you’ve been around for a while; we want to say welcome! Our goal is to create moments and opportunities for you to encounter God in the midst of your life. We want you to join us just as you are and experience the hope we have in Christ.
 
A daily devotion podcast for followers of Christ. For much of church history, daily morning prayer services were a regular rhythm of the community’s life together. Some traditions continue to keep this practice, some families still practice daily devotions together in the morning or evening, but for many of us, daily communal prayer and worship simply doesn’t fit into the regular rhythms of our busy lives. I hope this podcast is able to help with that, even just a little.
 
City Hills Church is a life-giving church in the Hill Country of San Antonio, TX. Whether you’re new to church, have been a Christian for many years, or are looking for a fresh start, you’re welcome here. Our hope is to give you a place where you experience a fresh, enjoyable connection to God and a community of people.
 
The New Breed Christian Church Podcast features weekly sermons from Pastor Clement Ngala. New Breed Christian Church, a vibrant community of faith located in Manassas, VA, exists to raise a prayerful, uncompromising generation of Christians who will show the light of Christ in every aspect of life to a world in darkness through the power of the Holy Spirit. Join us as we learn and apply what God has given us through His Scriptures.
 
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The brothers meet Joseph. They don’t know it is him because he looks and speaks Egyptian. And there is no way they could ever believe that their brother could be alive and the Prime Minister of Egypt. What will Joseph do now that he has the upper hand over his brothers? ---------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social Media: Websi…
 
Opening Psalm: Psalm 119:145-176 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Old Testament Reading: Judges 18:16-31 (Read by Caleb Daniels) New Testament Reading: Acts 8:14-25 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Gospel Reading: John 6:1-15 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Song: Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace) (Written by Jonas Myrin and Joel Houston, Performed by Ryan Gage, Recorded and Mi…
 
Jacob Arminius taught that while the Spirit's regenerating grace is sufficient to convert us, His grace is not able to overcome our resistance without the assent of our fallen will. Today, R.C. Sproul critiques this view of free will. Get R.C. Sproul's Teaching Series 'Willing to Believe' on DVD with the Digital Study Guide for Your Gift of Any Amo…
 
Join us for a continued discussion on the hope and freedom we have in Jesus. We will also have a roundtable discussion on the Bible, world events that may pertain to bible prophecy and the glorious appearing of our Lord and Savior, Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. And to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, which deliv…
 
Opening Psalm: Psalm 121 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Old Testament Reading: Judges 18:1-15 (Read by Caleb Daniels) New Testament Reading: Acts 8:1-13 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Gospel Reading: John 5:30-47 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Song: I Worship You Almighty God (Written by Sondra J Corbett, Performed by Ryan Gage, Recorded by Drew McKellips) Background M…
 
While our wills remain chained to sin in our fallen state, we will never turn to the Lord unless He first shatters our bonds in regeneration. Today, R.C. Sproul explains John Calvin's biblical reflections on the freedom of the will. Get R.C. Sproul's Teaching Series 'Willing to Believe' on DVD with the Digital Study Guide for Your Gift of Any Amoun…
 
Sabbatical Observations: We get one shot at this life. So many people don’t go to church on Sundays. Pants are the worst. The church never missed a beat. We’ll see you in January! “It came out of nowhere!” Blindsided Blind Sighted Vision - A picture of God’s preferred future for our life Proverbs 29:18 KJV // Where there is no vision, the people pe…
 
What is the Golden Rule of Christianity? Matthew 7: 12 says, "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets." Jesus says following Him requires responses on our part of love, grace, and compassion in action. This is what marks Jesus’ kingdom work in our world. We are carriers of his kin…
 
Opening Psalm: Psalm 106 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Old Testament Reading: Judges 17:1-13 (Read by Caleb Daniels) New Testament Reading: Acts 7:44-8:1a (Read by Caleb Daniels) Gospel Reading: John 5:19-29 (Read by Caleb Daniels) Song: Praise to the Lord the Almighty (Originally by Douglas Earl Bush, Performed by Ryan Gage, Recorded by Drew McKellips) …
 
It is critically important whether we believe our salvation is the sovereign work of God or our own accomplishment. Today, R.C. Sproul demonstrates that our understanding of God's sovereignty in salvation affects the way we live as Christians. Get R.C. Sproul's Teaching Series 'Willing to Believe' on DVD with the Digital Study Guide for Your Gift o…
 
"Maybe one of the hardest words to really nail down is the definition of the word "Glory" in the Bible. A quick google search shows that, for many, the word has a long definition and seems to describe numerous things connected to God. But what do the Biblical Writers mean when they use the phrase "The Glory of God"? Does it describe creation or may…
 
God designed our minds and bodies to function in a rhythm that demands rest. We are not created to be able to function at max-capacity without rest and refueling. The last few years have caused overwhelming stress, uncertainty, and the demand for most people to be nearconstantly “on” in life, resulting in increasing levels of discouragement, fatigu…
 
The book of Habakkuk is an honest dialogue between the prophet and God on Habakkuk’s struggle between what he knows about God and what he sees around him. Real questions like, “How can God be just when He doesn’t seem to care about His people?” are met with answers by God Himself. Speaking comforting truths, Habakkuk shows us what it means to know …
 
To be a true Living Sacrifice, our source for serving the Lord must stem from love. But not just the idea of love, a deep love for the creator of Love, for the source of Love, The Father. When we truly understand this love, then we will be called to a deeper set of disciplines which forms us into true disciples of Jesus Christ. --------------------…
 
On the Mount of Transfiguration, Jesus showed His closest disciples a sight they would never forget: the unveiled glory of the Son of God. Today, R.C. Sproul continues his exposition of Luke's gospel by describing one of the most marvelous moments in all history. Get R.C. Sproul's Expositional Commentary on the Gospel of Luke for Your Gift of Any A…
 
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