May 22, 2022
Who Do You Say I Am
Series: Storms
Matthew is the only Gospel that mentions the word church, and it comes from the Greek word ekklesia. An ekklesia refers to an assembly of people, in this case, an assembly of Christ-followers. Here are some things the text reveals that may help us answer the question, what does God want Parkgate’s next chapter to look like: 1. The church is a community of people who know Jesus intimately 2. The church is a community of people who proclaim Jesus confidently 3. The church is a community of people who obey Jesus sacrificially
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  • May 22, 2022Who Do You Say I Am
    May 22, 2022
    Who Do You Say I Am
    Series: Storms
    Matthew is the only Gospel that mentions the word church, and it comes from the Greek word ekklesia. An ekklesia refers to an assembly of people, in this case, an assembly of Christ-followers. Here are some things the text reveals that may help us answer the question, what does God want Parkgate’s next chapter to look like: 1. The church is a community of people who know Jesus intimately 2. The church is a community of people who proclaim Jesus confidently 3. The church is a community of people who obey Jesus sacrificially
  • Dec 26, 2021The Greatest Treasure
    Dec 26, 2021
    The Greatest Treasure
    Series: Unexpected
    The Kingdom of God is something worth losing everything for. What is God asking you to sacrifice for the sake of the Kingdom?
  • Nov 21, 2021A Gratitude Problem
    Nov 21, 2021
    A Gratitude Problem
    Pastor John Ortberg wrote, "Gratitude is the ability to experience life as a gift. It opens us up to wonder, delight, and humility. It makes our hearts generous. It liberates us from the prison of self-preoccupation." Gratitude is the currency of a heart set free! In this message, we'll see how to live with Gratitude.
  • Oct 24, 2021Jesus Makes all the Difference
    Oct 24, 2021
    Jesus Makes all the Difference
    Christians live differently because of the difference Christ makes in us. If you claim to have faith, what are you doing with it? If your faith doesn't require you to do anything, are you living according to the will of God? In this sermon, we'll explore the difference Christ makes in us.
  • Sep 12, 2021Hold Onto Jesus
    Sep 12, 2021
    Hold Onto Jesus
    : How can you be a Christian in a non-Christian world, in the midst of trials and sufferings? 1. Hold on to the Living Hope (1 Peter 1:3) – God will not disappoint 2. Hold on to your inheritance in Christ (1 Peter 1:4-5) – there are better things to come 3. Greatly Rejoice (1 Peter 1:6-7) – worship God even in the pain! 4. Love God (1 Peter 1:8-9) – in every moment and every season of the soul, love God.
  • May 16, 2021The Point of Prayer
    May 16, 2021
    The Point of Prayer
    Series: Engage
    Some of us have missed the point of prayer because we think the goal of prayer is to get things from God and if we use the magic words or the right combination then our prayers will be answered. But that’s not the goal of prayer. The goal of prayer is not to get stuff from God but to know God.
  • Jan 4, 2021God is Bigger than Your Storm
    Jan 4, 2021
    God is Bigger than Your Storm
    Series: Sore Subject
    We will all face hard times and all kinds of storms but let’s remember this: God (Jesus) within you is bigger than the storm around you.
  • Dec 13, 2020All I Want For Christmas is a New Beginning
    Dec 13, 2020
    All I Want For Christmas is a New Beginning
    The promise of Christmas is not about presents under a tree, but the birth of Jesus, who can make a new beginning out of any life. Jesus offers a new beginning to anyone, anywhere, anytime . . . no exceptions!
  • Dec 6, 2020He Came for Us
    Dec 6, 2020
    He Came for Us
    As Matthew introduces the greatest story of all time (the birth of Jesus), you would think that he would present only the best parts of Jesus and His family tree. It would be quite natural for Matthew to mention the great and forget about the questionable or outright evil people found in Jesus’ family tree. But he mentions the good, bad, and questionable. Why? Because those Jesus came from, He also came for.
  • Nov 8, 2020Faith through Repentance
    Nov 8, 2020
    Faith through Repentance
    “The most important things in life are not things” The most important things in life are not your house, your savings account, or your wealth but God. And how do we honor God? By honoring what He considers most important: people. And James will tell us to use our stuff (the less important things) to bless others (the most important things).