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SeaCoast Grace Church - LOVE GOD. LOVE OTHERS. BRING CHANGE. Join us for one of our live weekend services: Saturdays at 5pm, and Sundays at 9am or 10:45am. Senior Pastor - Doyle Surratt. Teaching Pastor - Cody Surratt.
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The Seacoast Podcast: Things You Won't Hear On Sunday captures meaningful – and often challenging -- conversations that happen off the stage amongst the people of Seacoast. Hang with us and guests we love to learn from, including authors, artists, pastors, and many others who share their stories of struggle and oftentimes, how God's grace brought about peace and redemption. We hope listening in to our discussions revolving around church, theology, and culture will feel like slowing down and ...
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[This podcast will also air on Greg Surratt and Chip Judd's The Endurance Factor Podcast] Pastor Chip Judd is back on the podcast to expand on his April 2024 Seacoast Church message, Boundaries: A Proven Path to Better Relationships and Less Stress. You can watch it here. During that message, he implored people to not take responsibility in areas o…
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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS | WEEK 2TALK WITH A FRIENDGrab a friend and discuss what you learned this weekend with them.1. Like Abraham, God calls us to follow through obedience. Where is God calling you to a new step of obedience right now?2. Like Isaac, you have received a spiritual heritage. How would you describe it? Describe the heritage you want to …
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[Here's a list of every past podcast episode, dealing with mental health] Pastor and Counselor, Chip Judd has helped thousands of people work through life’s challenges, including many Seacoast staff members. With over 40 years of professional experience, he works to instill a new and healthy view of God, while teaching good mental health practices …
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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS | WEEK 1TALK WITH A FRIENDGrab a friend and discuss what you learned this weekend with them.1. Why is is so significant that all people are made in the image of God? How does it change the way you think about yourself? The people you love? The people you don’t like?2. How does the story of the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11) mirror…
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[discretion advised as this episode touches on the heavier topic of suicide] Jack Hoey III, Lynne Stroy, Roy Jacques, and Joey Svendsen have a somber conversation about suicide, reflecting on personal losses at the hands of this tragedy, including the passing of Seacoast pastor, Darrin Patrick in May of 2020. The four also ponder theological implic…
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[Here's a list of every past podcast episode, dealing with mental health] From first grade through college, Seacoast family and staff member, Alexandra Hunt, battled eating disorders. She bravely recounts excessive exercising as a child, binge eating, and forcing herself to throw up in college. Well into adulthood, Alexandra realized that starving …
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After losing her husband in May 2020 to the ruthlessness of mental illness, Amie Patrick has journeyed through challenging circumstances and navigated through pain to arrive at growth and excitement for the future. On this episode, she shares personal areas in which she's stretched herself and how the struggle of "worry" looks different having gone…
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1. On a scale of 1-10 how “at peace” are you today? (1=Completely Lacking Peace, 10=Totally at Peace)2. Read John 16:33. What has Jesus done to bring peace: 1. To the world, 2. In the war with Sin? How does pursuing a relationship with Jesus bring peace in your life?3. Is it possible to be at peace with all the people in your life? Why or why not (…
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Over 15 years ago, Josh and Katie Walters arrived to Seacoast Church desperate for healing in their marriage after an extramarital affair pushed them to a breaking point. Navigating the pain together, they began experiencing the redemptive story that the Great Shepherd was already writing. Now, leaders at Seacoast Church, they have established a he…
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Discussion Questions of the Week:1. Are you the type of person who likes to think about the “why” of life? Or do you find yourself focusing more on the “what” and the “how?” Why is the “why” important?2. Where do you see God working in your world (your family, community, and church as well as the world at large)? How can you see yourself becoming a…
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Seacoast staff member, Ann Meyer, never knew her biological parents. However, after submitting her DNA to trace her ancestry, she discovered family members in an unexpected way. Ann shares about her life growing up in a loving home with her adoptive parents, and the moment she realized that her lifelong questions about her family of origin would be…
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Statistics show that half of all marriages end in divorce, including couples inside and outside the church. God hates divorce, but loves mankind; and makes us new creations. The Bible also says where sin abounds, grace abounds even more. Although theological implications of divorce are touched on a bit, the episode as a whole shares the heart of th…
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Shea Michael Houdmann is the founder and CEO of Got Questions Ministries. For more than two decades he and his team have been reading, reviewing, and/or answering hundreds of thousands of questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity. He has several degrees in the areas of biblical studies and theology and is currently pursuing a doctorate of mi…
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In many evangelical circles, the practice of avoiding "alone time" with a member of the opposite sex can be common. The idea is to avoid the temptation to connect emotionally, or physically with another person outside of one’s own marriage. Evangelist, Billy Graham and his team lived by a set of rules to uphold integrity, and this one, nicknamed, “…
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Comedian, Shama Mrema ("shama4realz") loves the church and enjoys making "church folks" laugh. His Instagram features comedy sketches about evangelical culture, and the comments show that many Christians share the same humor. But, is there a line one can cross, when making light of Christian culture? Can one take it too far? In this week’s episode,…
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