Weekly sermons from Faithbridge church in Spring, Texas. Includes sermons from Senior Pastor Ken Werlein and Teaching Pastor Ben Stuart, among others.
The Influence of a Father
DUFFY ROBBINS // June 20, 2021 – As we celebrate Father’s Day, Duffy opens up the book of Acts to show us how God can use the “earthquakes of life” to build a beautiful story of redemption (Acts 16).
The Scandal of Grace
DUFFY ROBBINS // June 6, 2021 – There is always room at the Father’s table. Bible Teacher Duffy Robbins teaches from a controversial story from the gospel of Matthew to show Jesus’s compassion to the gentiles.
The Solution Is The Gospel
KEN WERLEIN // June 6, 2021 – Pastor Ken tackles the topic of evangelism head-on with a piercing reminder of what it’s all about: the Gospel of Jesus!
Run to Win!
KEN WERLEIN // May 30, 2024 – On Graduation Sunday, Pastor Ken unpacks Hebrews 12:1-2 and the race we’re called to run. But following Jesus isn’t just about “running” solo – the author of Hebrews calls us to understand that we can’t win the race on our own.
Throwing Off the Cage of Complacency
TYLER RILEY // May 23, 2021 – Dead things don’t grow, and that’s how we are when we are okay with being spiritually complacent. High School Pastor Tyler Riley teaches from Psalm 23 to encourage us to walk, grow, and live. Psalm 23:1-6
The Priesthood of All Believers
STEVE CARTER // May 16, 2021 – God has equipped each of us to do something special in the Kingdom of God, and He needs all of us! Bible Teacher Steve Carter teaches on how we are called to be in the priesthood of all believers. 1 Peter 4:7-11
We love Faithbridge
Our daughter and son-in-law introduced us to Faithbridge when we visited them in Spring,TX several years ago. We look forward to their Sunday services
This was one of two of the only podcast sermons that I could find that addressed conflict. What led me to look up a sermon about conflict was that I had an interview that asked me how I deal with conflict. I couldn’t think of a time that I really dealt with conflict and I think it’s because I’m the kind of person who likes to avoid or overlook. But obviously there are things that hurt me and fester, but I never address them because I don’t like that confrontation. I just wanted to thank you guys for addressing conflict from a human perspective and also from a church/christian perspective. This was really helpful to me as a member of society/workplace and also as a member of the church. Conflict isn’t something that’s talked about a lot. I’ve surely benefited from you talking about it here. Thank you and God bless you guys.
I miss Faithbridge
I never went to a church that brought in guest pastors before Faithbridge. Ken Werlein is a wonderful leader and knows the exact formula for building a great church. One part Worship, One Part Small Group, One Part Serve=More and Stronger Disciples of Jesus Christ.