Aug 16, 2022
Following God Through the Impossible
We can be courageous in obedience because the outcome relies on God—not our own abilities. The point of the story of Jericho and other stories like it is that God wants us to trust Him and not our own cleverness or resources.
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  • Aug 16, 2022Following God Through the Impossible
    Aug 16, 2022
    Following God Through the Impossible
    We can be courageous in obedience because the outcome relies on God—not our own abilities. The point of the story of Jericho and other stories like it is that God wants us to trust Him and not our own cleverness or resources.
  • Aug 9, 2022Following God Through Uncertainty
    Aug 9, 2022
    Following God Through Uncertainty
    Faith is taking the first step before God reveals the second step. We want God to give us the big picture, but most of the time, He gives us just enough insight or light to take the next step. Why? Because He wants us to trust Him. In this message, we’ll tackle following God through times of uncertainty.
  • Jul 31, 2022Following God Through a Questionable Past
    Jul 31, 2022
    Following God Through a Questionable Past
    We may not always like change, but here's something to consider: "It is impossible to change the future without disturbing the present." If Rahab's future was going to be different, then God was about to mess with her present. And the same is true for you and me.
  • Jul 24, 2022Following God through Fear
    Jul 24, 2022
    Following God through Fear
    Being fearful is not entirely a bad thing. Many fears are hardwired into us as survival tools. The fear of failing or of loud noises helps us protect ourselves. However, fear can be very bad when it begins to define and control you. In this sermon, we will look at those experiences in life that, if not dealt with, can end up causing us to miss what God has for us.
  • Jul 17, 2022There were Others
    Jul 17, 2022
    There were Others
    Success in God’s Kingdom is faithfulness to what He has called you to do. Those in Hebrews 11 were commended for their faith because they were faithful to the end. They were successful because they did what God asked them to do.
  • 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.