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With a solid biblical foundation, Pastor Jordan Easley seeks to help believers and unbelievers understand and apply God’s word to their lives.

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With a solid biblical foundation, Pastor Jordan Easley seeks to help believers and unbelievers understand and apply God’s word to their lives.

    Garden of Gethsemane - Accepting the Father’s Will

    Garden of Gethsemane - Accepting the Father’s Will

    As you read further in the gospel of Matthew, you see how the disciples reacted to all that Jesus went through in the final hours before His crucifixion. In His greatest hour of need, His closest friends scattered and left Him all alone. But before that, Jesus brought His disciples up on the Mount of Olives and told them to sit. As soon as they got to the Garden, Jesus told them to sit. Why is that? Well, that’s the question we’re going to answer in this message.

    • 42 min
    Caesarea Philippi - The Best Field Trip EVER!

    Caesarea Philippi - The Best Field Trip EVER!

    Jesus was always a great teacher, and one thing that made Him great (other than the fact that He’s the Son of God) was that He knew how to use visual aids to communicate His message. Jesus loved using visual aids in his teaching. So now, as we come to Matthew 16 in this message, you can just imagine what it must have been like as the disciples went through the gates and approached the center of this pagan city. I believe the account we are going to focus on today will show us the greatest field trip ever. And I say that because of four things that we see in this story. Let’s dive into those four things now.

    • 39 min
    Capernaum: Serving God

    Capernaum: Serving God

    The question I want us to consider today is this: how do we love and serve the God who saved us? After all, I firmly believe that when you truly experience God, you should naturally want to serve God. In this message, we’re going to look at a couple of different ways we can serve God based on what we learn from those who served well in Scripture. The people we’re going to look at today set a great example of what it looks like to serve with the love of Jesus, so I think we would benefit to learn about and follow their example.

    • 39 min
    Sea Of Galilee: Disciples of Jesus

    Sea Of Galilee: Disciples of Jesus

    I love today’s key passage of Scripture because it’s here where we first see the steps to becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ. I believe you can summarize these steps with three things that Jesus does. I want us to unpack these three things today so that we can fully grasp what it is to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. As we grasp these steps, we can begin (or continue) to implement them in our lives so that we can live a life fully devoted to following and serving the Lord Jesus.

    • 39 min
    Bethelehem - What a Shepherd!

    Bethelehem - What a Shepherd!

    My first trip to the Holy Land revolutionized my life and my walk with Jesus in a powerful way, and because of that, one of my favorite things to do now is to bring people back to the Holy Land with me, so they too can experience what I experienced when I first went 24 years ago. I wish every Christ follower could go just once, but I also understand the reality that most believers will never go. So, on my last tour, I had an idea pop into my mind. I thought, “If the majority of believers will never leave home and go to the Holy Land, then why don’t we just bring the Holy Land back home?” So, over the course of this series, that’s exactly what I’m going to attempt to do. Now, obviously, you can’t get the full experience by watching a few sermons and writing in this sermon guide, but I hope these visuals will give you some context as we read God’s word in the places where they happened.

    • 39 min
    Escaping the Cage of Anger & Bitterness

    Escaping the Cage of Anger & Bitterness

    Rarely does an angry person realize that their anger is based on an irrational perception of the world. Think about that...at the root of our anger is a skewed perception of reality. And when anger distorts our reality, we can’t rationalize, comprehend, or make good decisions because our emotions take control of our actions. And when you live your life like that, with that kind of anger in your heart, you find yourself in a cage, unable to experience freedom and unable to live the life God designed you to live. But there is hope. There is a way to escape the cage of anger and bitterness, and that’s exactly what we’re going to talk about today.

    • 26 min

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