251 episodes

Welcome to the Coastal Fellowship Church podcast. We are an outdoor beachside church in Naples, Florida led by Pastor Timothy Sensabaugh. Our mission is simple: Love God, Love Others and Follow Jesus. It is our hope that this podcast will help you grow in all three of those areas. To learn more about us visit cfcnaples.com or download our app.

Coastal Fellowship Church Pastor Timothy Sensabaugh

    • Religion & Spirituality

Welcome to the Coastal Fellowship Church podcast. We are an outdoor beachside church in Naples, Florida led by Pastor Timothy Sensabaugh. Our mission is simple: Love God, Love Others and Follow Jesus. It is our hope that this podcast will help you grow in all three of those areas. To learn more about us visit cfcnaples.com or download our app.

    Fear

    Fear

    • 54 min
    Guest Speaker: Andrea Bonham

    Guest Speaker: Andrea Bonham

    • 56 min
    Linda Messmer: Celebration of Life

    Linda Messmer: Celebration of Life

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Anger of Jesus

    Anger of Jesus

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Joy of Jesus

    Joy of Jesus

    Joy. Sadness. Anger. Compassion. God has given each of us the capacity to feel deeply. And when we can better process our powerful emotions, we can start to understand how He will use them for His good.

    Jesus wept. It’s the shortest sentence in the Bible but it reveals so much about who Jesus was. He was not aloof, or distant from the people he met. He was present. He wept. He felt…deeply. The Bible shows us many examples of Jesus’s emotions: love, compassion, righteous anger, sadness, and more. In this series, we’ll look at how Jesus processed emotions and how following His example can help us see how our own emotions can be used to fulfill God’s purpose in our lives.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Why Resentment?

    Why Resentment?

    In church, we talk a lot about things that we run to, like pornography, sex, food, alcohol, drugs, or problems with money. What would happen if we were to start with a different question? Usually, if we ask the "why," we’ll end up at the "what" at its root. And the "what" is almost always more deeply seeded than the topic at hand. So, let’s start there today – with the why. Why resentment?

    • 56 min

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