This podcast features the sermons preached at First Methodist Church of Collingswood, NJ and follow-up conversations from the pastors, ministry leaders, and the people of FUMC Collingswood. These conversations get us "Beyond the Sermon" and into what we learned through our sermon preparation, answering questions that arise from the sermons, and what God has done and is doing in our lives. For more information, visit us at www.fumccollingswood.org
Meaningful Intergenerational Relationships: Conversation
Pastor Jeremy and Pastor Scott have a conversation about how to talk to teenagers, the kind of people we want to become, and how we know God loves us.
Meaningful Intergenerational Relationships: Sermon
The fourth sermon in our series, "Digital Babylon: Developing Resilient Faith in Exile." In this sermon we look at how meaningful intergenerational relationships help us answer the question, "Am I loved?" and cope with the isolation and mistrust we experience in life in Digital Babylon.
Cultural Discernment: Conversation
Pastor Scott and Jeremy talk about Ocean City, navigating the culture, and conspiracy theories
Cultural Discernment: Sermon
The third sermon in our series, "Digital Babylon: Developing Resilient Faith in Exile." In this sermon we look at how developing our muscles of cultural discernment can help us answer the question, "How do I live?" and cope with the accelerated pace and complexity of life in Digital Babylon.
Intimacy with Christ: Conversation
Pastor Scott and Jeremy power through exhaustion to ask our biggest questions yet, and talk about how our community and exemplify intimacy with Christ to encourage us as we face our Goliaths
Intimacy with Jesus: Sermon
The second sermon in our series, "Digital Babylon: Developing Resilient Faith in Exile." In this sermon we look at the identity shaping intimacy that David developed in the hiddenness of the sheep pastures that allowed him to trust that God would fight the battle against Goliath and the Philistines and how we must develop that kind of intimacy with Jesus if we are going to form resilient disciples.
Pastor Scott knows what time it is. His most recent sermon on digital Babylon is proof of that. He also has a sound Biblical world view and teachings. Really enjoying the follow up podcasts with Pastor Jeremy. Keep doing what you do, and run the race God has put before you.
Solid Biblical teaching
The sermons are memorable and applicable to living out a biblical world view. The conversations are unique in that most churches do not have nor take the time to discuss what was preached in the sermon. Pastor Scott and Pastor Jeremy are engaging, light hearted, and help you understand who Jesus is and how to live out the Bible in love and obedience to God.