In Portland as it is in Heaven. All teachings are available to stream and download at bridgetown.church.
Part 9: The Land of Inheritance
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." As we end Practicing the Way we look back at the miracle of deliverance in the past decade of Bridgetown Church, and look forward to the miracle of inheritance.
Deliverance: Interview with Jon Thompson
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." A follow up conversation with Tyler Staton and Jon Thompson on deliverance.
Deliverance: Session 2 with Q&R
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." What is the role of spiritual gifts in deliverance ministry?
Deliverance: Session 1 with Q&R
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." What is spiritual conflict and can we be demonized as Christians?
Part 8: The Subtle Tragedy of Nicodemus
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." The subtle tragedy of Nicodemus is that in scene after scene, Jesus was awakening something in his heart, but he didn't drop his robes so he could know true life.
Part 7: Healing
From the series "Demonstrating the Gospel." Healing is complex and each one of us comes to it with different experiences and expectations. At times, it's awe-inducing and often breathtakingly personal. And sometimes it's gut-wrenching and feels hopeless. But still, God invites us to ask for healing. In the Scriptures and through the life of Jesus, we see that healing feels like hoping, confronting, waiting, and laughing. We simply get to ask and watch how God responds.
I’m so encouraged by this church, their mission, and their love for Christ. I absolutely love these sermons and please, please, please bring back the daily. Those are the best to start your day.
Anointed is the best word I could use to describe this church. They make you want to move to Portland just to be a part of their community. The sermons have changed my walk with Christ and I could not be more grateful for this podcast! Bridgetown is a truly special church.
The Daily’s were one of the highlights of this past year for me. Thank you for putting in the time and energy to putting them out. I miss them a lot but also really enjoy your sermons!