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This Podcast is where you can find all of the audio sermons and teachings from Christian Fellowship Church in Columbia, Missouri. This is a great way to rehearse what God is doing in our midst or to catch up on the latest message when you're out of town. Whether you're in Columbia, Missouri or somewhere else across the United States or even the world, we hope our sermons and teachings help you personally know Jesus more.

Christian Fellowship Church | Columbia Christian Fellowship Church

    • Religion & Spirituality
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This Podcast is where you can find all of the audio sermons and teachings from Christian Fellowship Church in Columbia, Missouri. This is a great way to rehearse what God is doing in our midst or to catch up on the latest message when you're out of town. Whether you're in Columbia, Missouri or somewhere else across the United States or even the world, we hope our sermons and teachings help you personally know Jesus more.

    Kingdom Revival

    Kingdom Revival

    Today, we have guest speaker and Lead Pastor at United Community Cathedral Bishop Damian Dean, Sr. speak to encourage the church. He uses Haggai 2:9 as his primary scripture.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.

    • 44 min
    Philippians: Rejoicing Always

    Philippians: Rejoicing Always

    Today, Michael Acock speaks in the eighth message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 4:2-9.
    In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 
    1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation.
    2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives.
    3. Embrace a mindset that privileges others above ourselves.
    This letter, the book of Philippians, includes the themes of Christ as at once humble Lord and supreme paradigm of Christian life; of unity in Christ that overcomes the forces of dissension; of a readiness to suffer for the sake of the gospel that does not rob us of joy in Christ; of the radical difference between a righteousness of our own and a righteousness from God; and of a life of thanksgiving in mutual giving and receiving.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.

    • 38 min
    Philippians: Pressing Forward

    Philippians: Pressing Forward

    Today, Michael Acock speaks in the seventh message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 3:12-4:1.
    In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 
    1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation.
    2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives.
    3. Embrace a mindset that privileges others above ourselves.
    This letter, the book of Philippians, includes the themes of Christ as at once humble Lord and supreme paradigm of Christian life; of unity in Christ that overcomes the forces of dissension; of a readiness to suffer for the sake of the gospel that does not rob us of joy in Christ; of the radical difference between a righteousness of our own and a righteousness from God; and of a life of thanksgiving in mutual giving and receiving.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.

    • 27 min
    Philippians: Sharing Suffering

    Philippians: Sharing Suffering

    Today, Michael Acock speaks in the sixth message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 3:1-11.
    In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 
    1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation.
    2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives.
    3. Embrace a mindset that privileges others above ourselves.
    This letter, the book of Philippians, includes the themes of Christ as at once humble Lord and supreme paradigm of Christian life; of unity in Christ that overcomes the forces of dissension; of a readiness to suffer for the sake of the gospel that does not rob us of joy in Christ; of the radical difference between a righteousness of our own and a righteousness from God; and of a life of thanksgiving in mutual giving and receiving.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.

    • 42 min
    Finding Home

    Finding Home

    Today, Pastor Michael Acock and Pastor Nene Peter share biblical thoughts and reflections on World Refugee Day, which happens each year on June 20. 
    Michael and Nene discuss the refugee crisis, emphasizing the church's role in providing hope and healing. They share stories of refugees finding solace in the church community and stress the importance of treating refugees with love and compassion. Referring to biblical teachings, they urge the congregation to show grace and seek justice for refugees, highlighting the humanity behind the statistics. The sermon calls for a shift in perspective to view refugees as neighbors in need and an opportunity for the church to truly live out its purpose.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.
    This was recorded live on June 23, 2024 in Columbia, Missouri at Christian Fellowship Church.

    • 34 min
    Spiritual Fathering

    Spiritual Fathering

    Today, Scott Williams, Pastor Emeritus at Christian Fellowship, brings a Father's Day message for the church. He discusses the significance of Father's Day and the concept of spiritual fathering within the Christian community. He encourages celebrating fathers while addressing the pain some may feel on this day. Scott advocates for older members with spiritual wisdom to mentor younger generations. By exploring God's role as a father in the Scriptures and believers' adoption as children of God, Pastor Scott highlights the importance of spiritual fatherhood in guiding and nurturing others in the faith.
    Father's Day can be a challenging day for many: for those who lost their dad, those who want to be, or those who have lost their kids. But there is encouragement to be had in others around you who can fill in the holes that loss brings.
    We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website.  Subscribe to us at our YouTube channel, on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify. You can also visit us at Facebook or Instagram.
    This was recorded live on June 16, 2024 in Columbia, Missouri at Christian Fellowship Church.

    • 41 min

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It’s a huge blessing to get to listen to my church’s sermons on runs or just while doing chores! Thankful for the message of grace my church has helped me learn.

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