Listen to Gateway messages at anytime from anywhere! The Gateway podcast is your quick, easy and free way to hear the latest sermons from Pastor Robert Morris, the founding lead Senior Pastor of Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas — a multi-campus, evangelistic, Spirit-empowered church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Since it began in 2000, the church has grown to more than 100,000 active members. He is featured on the weekly television program, The Blessed Life, seen in approximately 80 million homes in the United States and in more than 200 countries around the world. Robert holds a Doctor of Letters from The King's University, which is given to those who have made substantial contributions to their respective fields through published works. He is the bestselling author of nine books including The Blessed Life, From Dream to Destiny and The Power of Your Words. For more information on Gateway Church, visit gatewaypeople.com.
The Priority of Prayer
Pastor Robert shares why prayer is so important and how it can help us walk through life with peace—no matter what comes our way.
K–4th Grade: Thanks
Thankfulness is something that comes from our hearts. Join us as we learn how we can be thankful every day!
Let’s learn how we can be thankful! There are a lot of things to be thankful for and a lot of ways we can show our thanks.
5th–6th Grade: The Problem
We are in a new series all about giving. But there’s one small problem; we all tend to have a little monster inside us called selfishness. If we are going to be great givers, God calls us to be selfless. Let’s learn more about that.
Babies: God’s Love
God loves us so much that He made us in an amazing way! We are all special to God, and He loves us with a big love!
Don't Flatter Yourself
Pastor James Morris shares three keys to building healthy, authentic relationships with others and growing in our walk with God.
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Always inspired and moved by the God-given messages from Ps Robert Morris! I have been deeply blessed and enriched with the Word!
Thank you so much Ps Robert!