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Updated August 2020
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Once again we find Daniel standing in the presence of the most powerful man in the kingdom. Once again he's been called on to provide an interpretation of a Babylonian king's dream. However, providing an accurate interpretation—which was given by God—would require giving the king some bad news. Speaking truth to power is a difficult thing, yet as C…
 
Imagine that you're standing in front of one of the most powerful kings in the known world. He's furious with you and your friends because you've directly contradicted one of his orders. Are you scared? How will you respond? The third chapter in the Old Testament book of Daniel tells us how Daniel and his friends responded. It's a story of faithful…
 
If someone came to you and asked you to tell them what they dreamed last night, you'd probably think they'd lost their minds. And yet, that's exactly what happened in the second chapter of Daniel. King Nebuchadnezzar ordered the wise men to tell him what he dreamed or be put to death. They were given an impossible task. Yet, God had been preparing …
 
Join us on this Independence Day, July 4, as we start a new sermon series from the book of Daniel. Ironically, we start in a place where it was captivity and not freedom that fell upon God's people. But the story of Daniel is a story of faithfulness. Join Pastor Andrea Jakobsons as we look at the first chapter of Daniel in her message, "A New Name …
 
What does it mean to live by, or follow, the Bible? There's an old saying which says, "We learn best by doing what we learn." So it is with Bible reading and study. What can we expect will happen if we consistently pour over scripture with an open heart? To answer that question, we invite you to watch the final week's lesson in our 13-week series o…
 
A lot has been said about the last supper depicted in the New Testament book of Matthew. We talk about the three main characters in that part of the story; Jesus, Judas, and Peter. But we often miss several other details that tell us as much or more about who Jesus was and what his mission was—both on earth and in heaven. We invite you to join us i…
 
In the later years of their lives, even Jesus' own disciples agreed that parts of scripture were "hard to understand." Our study needs to find a balance between understanding what is understandable while allowing faith to provide comfort in the things that we may not understand until we reach heaven. Most of the Bible is easy to understand, however…
 
In the final sermon of this three-part series, Pastor Chad is continuing to address the pain of the black community and how we can do better. In order to have a brighter future in our church and our world, he will give us three practical things that each of us can do to be Good Samaritans—just like Jesus. We invite you to listen along as we learn a…
 
By looking at prejudice through a Biblical lens—specifically in the parable of the Good Samaritan—Pastor Chad, in last week's message, called each of us to act on behalf of another. We saw how the Word of God demands that we use our power and privilege to help the suffering and oppressed. This week, we're looking within our own hearts. How do we ov…
 
Jesus told a parable in the New Testament book of Luke, which addressed an all-too-familiar scenario in those first-century times. The parable in question is the "Good Samaritan." Jesus' words, though 2,000 years old, are still relevant today as we see the pain of a multi-generational struggle playing out here in the United States and around the wo…
 
The Bible begins with the words "In the beginning..." Over 66 books, and numerous authors, the Bible is a narrative about the history of God's interactions with humanity since the dawn of creation. It reveals a personal, loving, and invested God—one who cares about His creation and wants what's best for it. Through it's recounting of history, the B…
 
After living for several years at the edge of "normal," Jesus offered an intimate prayer for His eleven disciples. His prayer rocked the status quo in that moment, yet it also has a powerful application for those who follow Him today. What is it? Join us in worship this Saturday morning at 11:15 as Pastor Kandace Zollman shares a message titled, "T…
 
From antiquity up through modern times, a person's name meant something. It might refer to a family legacy, or it might refer to a characteristic one may wish to foster. There are a few sections of the Bible where lists of names are prominent. We often refer to these as the "genealogies," because in this case, the names are how we figure out dates …
 
Throughout this sermon series and the last, we've talked about having an increased awareness of a need for space in our lives and schedules. For many of us prior to the pandemic, busyness had become an obstacle to better relationships. Recently, we've heard stories from within our community about how some of the interpersonal communication within o…
 
If we examine the foundations of creation in the Bible, we see that God created with purpose and meaning, giving worth and value to His creation. The modern scientism movement teaches us that life is nothing more than a random act with no worth or value—just chance. However, many of the great minds from past generations held a high view of Christia…
 
In the Western world, we don’t often consider what it would be like to live without having access to the Word of God in our native language. Yet, for much of the world prior to the 1500s, that was precisely the case. Of the more than 7 billion people on this planet, a full 1.5 billion do not have the complete scripture in their native tongue! We in…
 
There’s a big, fancy-sounding word that some people use when they discuss Bible study. The word is: hermeneutic. All it really means is the “lens” through which we view the Bible. What is our worldview? Do we have any preconceived ideas? Are we using any assumptions or rules? These are all part of our hermeneutic—our way of understanding Scripture.…
 
Be honest. When someone asks how you're doing, how often has your reply contained the word "busy?" We sometimes use our busyness as a merit badge of how important we are. Or best case, as a yardstick for working our way through this life. But is it possible that it's getting in the way of something more? Is there a point where too much of a good th…
 
As we read through the New Testament, we find many important reminders in the parables of Jesus. Yet there's one that's so important—that if we miss it, the rest won't matter. Listen in as Pastor Chad Stuart shares the second message in his series "Please, Don't Go Back to Normal" with a message titled, "Get Ready, Stay Ready."…
 
What if you could start over? What if it could be more than just a reset of today, or last month? What if you could have the assurance that all the mistakes you've made would be left in the past? In the midst of all that's going on in the world at present, there is a chance to reset—an opportunity to start over. When Jesus rose from the grave, he b…
 
Sola scriptura is the teaching that one should only use the Bible to decide our beliefs. Where does that leave us with regard to prophecy and the continued revelation of God? How do we test "new light" to see if it's in harmony with Scripture? Join Pastor Chad Stuart and Dr. Frank Hasel as they explore a core premise and teaching of the protestant …
 
How should we read the words, “Father into your hands I commit my spirit?” You might have heard these words read mournfully and with agony. Perhaps you’ve seen a passion play in which the actor playing Jesus spoke these words and there was a great cry of anguish from the crowd? So have we. Is it possible that these words in scripture take on anothe…
 
If you gather a group of churches to survey them about their beliefs on the Bible, you might be surprised how different they are one to another. However, regardless of what they believe, each church uses five primary methods for framing those beliefs. What are they? Tune in and enjoy the conversation between Chad Stuart, the Senior Pastor of Spence…
 
During His life on earth, Jesus regularly quoted scripture. Scripture was a well-established part of Jewish culture, familiar to many who heard Jesus speak. But which scripture was it? Do we know what Bible Jesus and His disciples used? Were there different translations even then? We invite you to listen in on an enjoyable conversation between Chad…
 
You don't have to go very far to find a sign in a store window touting a "free gift with purchase." Yet, if you have to make a purchase to receive the gift, is it really free? We're conditioned to be suspicious of anything that sounds too good to be true. Yet, we're told that the greatest gift that any of us could ever receive is given free of char…
 
Where did the Bible come from? How was it assembled into book form? Join this personal and informative conversation between Chad Stuart, the Senior Pastor of Spencerville Church in Silver Spring, Maryland and Dr. Frank M. Hasel, Associate Director of the Biblical Research Insitute as they take a look at the origins of Scripture. This video accompan…
 
Bearing the weight of mankind's sins, Jesus cried out from the cross, "Father, why have you forsaken me?" If Jesus and the Father are one, as He said previously, what did this exclamation mean? As we find ourselves over 2,000 years distant from the cross, what impact do Jesus' words have on our lives today? In our fifth message in this series, "Wor…
 
The Bible is different from any other book. It shows us God's work in the past to save humans from sin. It also demonstrates God's future plan for humanity as well as what's to come in His everlasting kingdom. Listen in on this personal and informative conversation between Chad Stuart, the Senior Pastor of Spencerville Church in Silver Spring, Mary…
 
As we mentioned last week, Jesus was not spared from physical suffering during His time on this earth. This means that, in every aspect of our suffering, Jesus can relate to us. What does this mean for those who are experiencing physical suffering today? Does scripture have any words of encouragement for those in the midst of suffering? Can Jesus e…
 
Jesus suffered on the cross. He suffered as no person has ever suffered before or since. Along with the physical pain, there was emotional and spiritual pain as well. And yet, in His time of suffering, Jesus turned His heart to the comfort of another—he showed compassion. How will we respond in times of suffering? Will we make time for those around…
 
We invite you to listen in on a fascinating and informative conversation between Pastor Chad Stuart and Dr. Frank Hasel, as they discuss the Sabbath School Quarterly for the second quarter of 2020. Frank Hasel, along with his cousin Michael, are the principal contributors (authors) of the lesson. Michael is an Old Testament professor at Southern Ad…
 
As He hung dying on the cross, Jesus spoke to the thief hanging next to Him. In a situation that seemed hopeless, Jesus gave him assurance. Though the situation didn’t change, the thief’s viewpoint did. As we look around our world today, things may seem somewhat bleak. But Jesus has a word of assurance for us too. We invite you to listen as Pastor …
 
"Father, forgive them, for they don't know what they're doing." These are the words of Jesus, said of the Roman soldiers as they stripped him naked and sold His clothing. Receiving forgiveness from someone who has wronged you is powerful. Giving forgiveness can be life-changing. How can we find the strength to forgive those who've hurt or wronged u…
 
We come to the church building each week to worship as a community of believers. But did you know that studies show other benefits intrinsic to being an active part of a church community? Listen as Pastor Chad Stuart shares these benefits and more in a message titled, "God's Instrument of Grace."By Spencerville Church
 
Pastor Chad is back this Saturday morning with the second message in his series on parenting, titled, "Raised: Part Two." Let's be honest, being a child is complicated! But so is being a parent. This week, we'll take a look at what the Bible says about the relationships between parents and their children. Whether you’re a child or the parent of a c…
 
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