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Woodmen Valley Chapel
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The weekly messages of Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs, CO.
 
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Woodmen Valley Chapel
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Listen to teaching from Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs, Colorado with lead pastor Josh Lindstrom and other teachers. We seek to Love Well • Change Lives • Through ChristThis simple statement reminds us of why we exist. It tells us how to live and what we are striving for. Check us out at Woodmenvalley.org
 
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Woodmen Valley Chapel
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The weekly messages of Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs, CO.
 
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Woodmen of the World Podcast
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Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society has a century-old history of community service. These podcasts contain just some of the news and activities from Woodmen of the World's community service activities.
 
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Woodmen of the World Podcast
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Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society has a century-old history of community service. These podcasts contain just some of the news and activities from Woodmen of the World's community service activities.
 
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As the gospel spread among the Gentiles, there was disagreement as to whether or not they were required to follow all of the Law of Moses. A conference was held in Jerusalem and it was determined that God’s grace was available to all and that no unnecessary restrictions should be placed on anyone. We too are always encouraged to pursue unity, e ...…
 
After dramatically healing a crippled man in Lystra, Jews came down from Antioch and Iconium and incited the crowds to turn against Paul. They stoned him and, thinking he was dead, dragged him out of the city. Though he had been severely hurt, Paul was not discouraged and boldly returned to the very cities that had opposed him to encourage the ...…
 
When opposition broke out against them, Paul quotes Isaiah 49:6 and turns his attention towards the Gentiles. This would become his pattern, as he would first proclaim the gospel to the Jews and then to the Gentiles. Though the persecution would intensify, they would continue to preach the gospel. When we are faithful to share the gospel, we to ...…
 
We need to know and share the gospel, inviting people to receive forgiveness for their sins through Christ. 1. The mission continues (vs. 13-15)2. The mission is the story (vs. 16-37) a. God is the author (vs. 16-25) b. Jesus is the subject (vs. 26-37)3. We are the recipients (vs. 38-41)Songs:The Lion And The Lamb #7038281 by B Brown, B Johnson ...…
 
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Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast: Children | Youth | Students | NextGen
 
In this episode, I talk with Tomy Cummins of Woodmen Valley Chapel. Tomy and I dive into what youth ministry trips look like at his church, from planning and fundraising, to details of where students are going and the mission work they are doing. He also shares what his team has done to help create a great volunteer culture, and walks through w ...…
 
God is pleased to use our ordinariness to do some extra-ordinary things for his glory. Our ordinariness is made up of complex layers that include various deformities, some of them more obvious than others but these deformities do not define who we are. Our focus should never be on us but the treasure that we carry and how God uses even us for h ...…
 
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Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast: Children | Youth | Students | NextGen
 
In this episode, I talk with Will Hutcherson of NextLevel Church in Fort Meyers, FL. Will and I talk about clarifying the win for family engagement and their five-part strategy for partnering with parents. He shares a lot of practical things they have done to simplify and maximize this strategy, and what it looks like all throughout the year. W ...…
 
The apostle Paul and Barnabas are sent out on their first missionary journey and they strategically begin in the synagogues of the Jews. As one would expect, the proclamation of the gospel was not well received by all. Paul confronts a magician, Elymas, who opposed them miraculously striking him blind. Seeing what had occurred, even the procoun ...…
 
Persecution flares up in earnest in Jerusalem and the apostle James is imprisoned and killed, followed by Peter’s arrest and imprisonment. While it would appear that Herod is in control and able to do as he wishes, God will show that his control is absolute even when it appears that evil prospers. When our faith puts us at odds with the world, ...…
 
Strict Jewish Christians back in Jerusalem criticize Peter for having associated with one such as Cornelius. Peter gives testimony to what God had done and all fell silent and glorified God. Persecution in Jerusalem had caused a great number of believers to be scattered and a church began in a city called Antioch. It was in this city that the d ...…
 
God shows Peter that he desires for all people to hear and embrace Christ. We too must be willing to share the gospel with all people and not let prejudice or bias discourage the work.1. God wants to be found (10:1-8)2. We need to be prepared (10:9-16)3. We must respond (10:17-23a)4. God is at work in many (10:23b-33)5. Share the gospel (10:34- ...…
 
The apostle Peter begins to minister outside Jerusalem and heals a paralyzed man and raises a woman from the dead. As was often the case in Jesus’ ministry, as people heard of these miraculous acts of God they turned to the Lord. Our God still desires to work through people faithful to follow his direction in their life to seek and save the los ...…
 
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1. Jesus’ followers did not expect the resurrection (Luke 24:36-37)2. Jesus had a new glorified body (Luke 24:38-43)3. This is what the Old Testament looked forward to (Luke 24:44)4. The message of the gospel (Luke 24:45-47)5. We are part of his plan (Luke 24:48-49)Songs:Be Enthroned #7054178 by B Johnson, H Thompson, J Riddle, and K Heiligenth ...…
 
On February 7, 2013 we decided to do something on our own: start a podcast. In that time, we've started other shows, made things, and learned new stuff. With access to so much information, it's fairly easy to learn the basics of even difficult repairs and builds. Maker culture seems to hang in the air; we, as a species, simply like making and r ...…
 
The Promise – Saved by Grace Good Friday 2017Exodus 12:29-13:16Even while suffering great loss, Pharaoh concedes but does not repent. The Israelites are miraculously delivered, and God calls on them to commemorate the event so that they never forget. In a far more significant way, we too have been delivered from death through the blood of anoth ...…
 
A Final Judgment Exodus 11:1-12:28At long last, God details for Moses and the Israelites his plan of deliverance. The Lord will give the Israelites favor in the eyes of the Egyptians and they will be relieved to see them go. The Israelites, however, will only be rescued as they are faithfully obedient to the Lord’s instruction. We too are told ...…
 
God, in his grace, not only tells us of coming punishment but also how we can save ourselves from it. Not all the Egyptians heeded God’s direction and they suffered for their disobedience. While we often learn from positive examples set before us, we too should learn from the examples of those who choose poorly and observe the result.1. Heed th ...…
 
His People Set Apart Exodus 8:20-9:12Though Pharaoh’s heart remains hard, God continues to bring plagues so that Pharaoh “may know that I am the Lord in the midst of the earth” (Ex.8:22b), but as God increases the severity of the plagues, he begins to make a distinction between the Israelites and Egyptians. While not always visibly apparent, th ...…
 
His Desire Clear Exodus 7:8-8:19Pharaoh disbelieves Moses and cynically asks for “miracles” to prove the veracity of Moses’ words. Though God performs “signs” and even sends three plagues upon the Egyptians, Pharaoh stubbornly refuses to yield. If we are not careful, we too can have our hearts grow hard instead of tender to what God is doing in ...…
 
God does not chastise Moses for his doubt but reaffirms his commitment to rescue his people. God’s power is not dependent on our performance, and God often uses those that the world considers weak to highlight that reality. When we step out in faith, we do so not because we have the abilities in and of ourselves but because he who has called us ...…
 
Because of the finished work of Christ on the Cross we are able to have confidence to enter into his presence. Our hope and our faithfulness is based on the unfailing promise and faithfulness of God, that is why we do not waver. 1. Let Us Draw Near To Christ a. In Confidence (v. 19a) b. By His Blood (v. 19b-22) 2. Let Us Hold Fast To Christ (v. ...…
 
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light,” cried the prophet, but what was dawning on them none could have imagined. An invincible child, who would have no end, would establish the throne of his ancestor David forevermore. 1. The light will shine (vs. 1-3)2. A coming victory (vs. 4-5)3. A special child (vs. 9:6) a. A child is ...…
 
The servant, though despised and rejected by men, bore our griefs and carried our sorrows. Like a lamb led to the slaughter, it was the will of the Lord to crush him that he would bear our sin and intercede on our behalf. Through him our guilt can be removed and we can be reconciled to God.1. Unexpected (vs. 13-15)2. Overlooked (vs. 1-3)3. Sacr ...…
 
Human kings had failed the Israelites but Isaiah foretells of a king who would have the Spirit of the Lord rest upon him in an unprecedented way. Ruling with wisdom and understanding, counsel and might, and knowledge and the fear of the Lord, this King will bring peace to his people.1. Who he is (v. 1)2. What he has (v. 2)3. How he rules (vs. 3 ...…
 
1. Good news of great joy (v. 1a) a. Binds up (v. 1b) b. Brings freedom (v. 1c) c. Proclaims forgiveness (v. 2a) d. Executes justice (v. 2b) e. Comforts (v. 2c) f. Transforms (v. 3)2. We participate (v. 4)SONGSAngels We Have Heard On High #5606951 by C Tomlin2009 worshiptogether.com songsThe First Noel #31047Public DomainGod With Us #6460237 by ...…
 
1. Not everybody knew the story (v. 18a) a. Joseph was a decent guy, but he struggled to believe (vs. 18b-19) b. Mary was telling the truth, but the truth was unbelievable (v. 20a)2. God was at work (vs. 20b-21)3. The promise was fulfilled (vs. 22-23)4. We must respond (vs. 24-25)SONGSJoy Of The Lord #7047091 by Ed Cash and Rend Collective© Tha ...…
 
While God had clearly revealed to Moses his plan and the opposition he would encounter, when it all began to happen, Moses’ confidence began to weaken and doubt set in. We must remember that though God sends us, we are not told that the journey would be free of difficulty, and we cannot let the presence of opposition discourage us in our task. ...…
 
While God had clearly revealed to Moses his plan and the opposition he would encounter, when it all began to happen, Moses’ confidence began to weaken and doubt set in. We must remember that though God sends us, we are not told that the journey would be free of difficulty, and we cannot let the presence of opposition discourage us in our task. ...…
 
The God Who Judges Exodus 4:1-31Moses struggles to comprehend God’s call on his life, questions God, and asks that he send someone else. God is gracious to Moses and seeks to alleviate his fears. Upon his return to Egypt, Moses is held accountable for not circumcising his son. Though God may use us in powerful ways, we are still responsible for ...…
 
The God Who Judges Exodus 4:1-31Moses struggles to comprehend God’s call on his life, questions God, and asks that he send someone else. God is gracious to Moses and seeks to alleviate his fears. Upon his return to Egypt, Moses is held accountable for not circumcising his son. Though God may use us in powerful ways, we are still responsible for ...…
 
Jesus defines us not our circumstances or even our challenges. The unexpected may happen now or it may happen without us even being aware. We must live in faithfulness to him because he defines me, rather than being defined by circumstances or difficulties.A troubled father: When the odds are against us (vs.21-24)A desperate woman: When there i ...…
 
Jesus defines us not our circumstances or even our challenges. The unexpected may happen now or it may happen without us even being aware. We must live in faithfulness to him because he defines me, rather than being defined by circumstances or difficulties.A troubled father: When the odds are against us (vs.21-24)A desperate woman: When there i ...…
 
The God Who Calls Exodus 3:1-22Moses was watching the flocks of his father-in-law Jethro and could never have imagined the encounter that was to occur. The God of his forefather Abraham appeared to him in a burning bush and told Moses of his plan to use him to rescue his people. Though removed by 1000’s of years, God still calls us and sends us ...…
 
The God Who Calls Exodus 3:1-22Moses was watching the flocks of his father-in-law Jethro and could never have imagined the encounter that was to occur. The God of his forefather Abraham appeared to him in a burning bush and told Moses of his plan to use him to rescue his people. Though removed by 1000’s of years, God still calls us and sends us ...…
 
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ENJOY THIS EPISODE: While studying finance and marketing at UW-Oshkosh, Tommy Dehart got an internship with Modern Woodmen of America. He started full-time work there shortly after graduating. Today, Tommy is the managing partner of the Northeast Wisconsin region for Modern Woodmen of America. In this week’s episode, we touch on a couple of the ...…
 
Just as God had told Abraham (Gn. 15:13), the Israelites grew in number as they lived in Egypt. The pharaoh, feeling threatened, enslaves the Israelites and begins a season of intense opposition. While it would have appeared that God had forgotten about the Israelites, “God saw the people of Israel—and God knew” (Ex.2:25), and raised up their e ...…
 
Just as God had told Abraham (Gn. 15:13), the Israelites grew in number as they lived in Egypt. The pharaoh, feeling threatened, enslaves the Israelites and begins a season of intense opposition. While it would have appeared that God had forgotten about the Israelites, “God saw the people of Israel—and God knew” (Ex.2:25), and raised up their e ...…
 
It is a fascinating passage because Jesus poses 5 questions to the disciples that are critical to their belief. As such, they also become critical questions for believers today in that they cover significant areas that are foundational to our belief and success.1. Why are you discussing the fact that you have no bread? – His provision (v. 17a)2 ...…
 
It is a fascinating passage because Jesus poses 5 questions to the disciples that are critical to their belief. As such, they also become critical questions for believers today in that they cover significant areas that are foundational to our belief and success.1. Why are you discussing the fact that you have no bread? – His provision (v. 17a)2 ...…
 
What is good in your life? Many of us define good by our circumstances. When those circumstances turn bad, our God doesn't appear to be very good. Perhaps there is a better definition. Maybe God is calling us to radically redefine what is good.1. Truth Distorted (vs. 1-15) a. Up (vs. 1-3) b. Out (vs. 4-12) c. In (vs. 13-15)2. Truth Revealed (vs ...…
 
What is good in your life? Many of us define good by our circumstances. When those circumstances turn bad, our God doesn't appear to be very good. Perhaps there is a better definition. Maybe God is calling us to radically redefine what is good.1. Truth Distorted (vs. 1-15) a. Up (vs. 1-3) b. Out (vs. 4-12) c. In (vs. 13-15)2. Truth Revealed (vs ...…
 
Moved to Worship, Luke 7:36-50 Our love for Jesus is a response to how deeply forgiven we recognize ourselves to be. In this encounter there is a compare/contrast between two individuals. One, Simon the Pharisee doesn’t recognize his need to be forgiven thus his love for Jesus is non-existent, distant, cold. The other, the prostitute, recognize ...…
 
Moved to Worship, Luke 7:36-50 Our love for Jesus is a response to how deeply forgiven we recognize ourselves to be. In this encounter there is a compare/contrast between two individuals. One, Simon the Pharisee doesn’t recognize his need to be forgiven thus his love for Jesus is non-existent, distant, cold. The other, the prostitute, recognize ...…
 
When we give, must do so in faith believing that God sees our generosity and will richly support us in all things. 1. Partners in the gospel (vs. 14-16)2. A wise investment (vs. 17-20)
 
When we give, must do so in faith believing that God sees our generosity and will richly support us in all things.1. Partners in the gospel (vs. 14-16)2. A wise investment (vs. 17-20) a. A great return (v. 17) b. An act of worship (v. 18) c. No risk (vs. 19-20)3. A global effort (vs. 21-23)Songs:This Is Amazing Grace #6333821 by J Farro, J Ridd ...…
 
When we give, must do so in faith believing that God sees our generosity and will richly support us in all things.1. Partners in the gospel (vs. 14-16)2. A wise investment (vs. 17-20) a. A great return (v. 17) b. An act of worship (v. 18) c. No risk (vs. 19-20)3. A global effort (vs. 21-23)Songs:This Is Amazing Grace #6333821 by J Farro, J Ridd ...…
 
Jesus defines us not our circumstances or even our challenges. The unexpected may happen now or it may happen without us even being aware. We must live in faithfulness to him because he defines me, rather than being defined by circumstances or difficulties.A troubled father: When the odds are against us (vs.21-24)A desperate woman: When there i ...…
 
Jesus defines us not our circumstances or even our challenges. The unexpected may happen now or it may happen without us even being aware. We must live in faithfulness to him because he defines me, rather than being defined by circumstances or difficulties.A troubled father: When the odds are against us (vs.21-24)A desperate woman: When there i ...…
 
JAN. 7/8, 2017PARTNERS IN THE GOSPEL: DISCERNING, PHILIPPIANS 4:8–9In Philippians 4:8-9, the apostle Paul points us to what should be our focus and encourages us to practice such things.1. Think about these things (v. 8) a. Think true b. Think honorable c. Think just d. Think pure e. Think lovely f. Think commendable g. Think critically2. Take ...…
 
JAN. 7/8, 2017PARTNERS IN THE GOSPEL: DISCERNING, PHILIPPIANS 4:8–9In Philippians 4:8-9, the apostle Paul points us to what should be our focus and encourages us to practice such things.1. Think about these things (v. 8) a. Think true b. Think honorable c. Think just d. Think pure e. Think lovely f. Think commendable g. Think critically2. Take ...…
 
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