Weekly sermons from Parkland Fellowship Baptist Church in Surrey, BC.
As disciples of Jesus, we're called to do the work of the kingdom with urgency; that said, it's really hard to maintain a strong sense of kingdom urgency, especially in times like this when our entire discipleship pathway is lived as a virtual reality.
In this sermon, Pastor Mark looks at the calling of Paul and Barnabas to the work of mission, and their initial missionary encounters in Cyprus, from Acts 13:1-12. This text helps us to renew our sense of kingdom urgency so that we experience the Holy Spirit's power to the glory of God.
Acts 11:27-12:25, Part 3
Have you ever changed the default settings in your podcast app? How about the default settings of any other piece of hardware or software? Did you even know that you could tweak settings like how much time the skip forward button actually skips forward?
As disciples of Jesus, we have default settings. Unfortunately, those defaults are based in our fallen nature, and discipleship is about changing those default settings to reflect the character and nature of God and his kingdom.
In this sermon, Pastor Mark takes one last look at Acts 11:27-12:25 and discovers some of those default settings that we can change for God's glory.
The Unexpected Path #33 - Acts 11:27-12:25, Part 2
How should we think about the protests that have spread across the US and around the world? In this episode, Pastor Mark looks at the story of Herod Agrippa in Acts 11:27-12:25 to give us a framework to understand and respond to injustice.
The Unexpected Path #32 - Acts 11:27-12:25, Part 1
How do you understand the nature of prayer? In this sermon, Pastor Mark looks at Acts 11:27-12:25 to give us help in understanding the nature of prayer on the unexpected path of discipleship.
The Unexpected Path #31
In this sermon, pastor Mark takes a look at two stories from Acts 11 that deal with the implications of the Holy Spirit coming to the Gentiles.
Parkland Fellowship Baptist Church - The Unexpected Path #30
In this final look at Acts chapter 10, Pastor Mark discusses three different ways the story reveals the character and nature of God.
This church/pastor has great sermons and message. We are very happy to have this church as our family, even though it is virtual for now.