Welcome to the sermon podcast of The Porch, a young adult ministry of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas. The Porch is a gathering of 3,000+ young adults who meet every Tuesday night at 7 PM CST. Each week we address challenges that face twenty and thirty-somethings and what The Bible has to say about them. For more information, visit www.theporch.live or download The Porch app: https://apple.co/2MlYc1P.
In this message, guest speaker Louie Giglio from Passion City Church shares about how to take your walk with God to the next level.
How to Survive and Thrive
Life can be good, but life can also be really hard. So how do you live life and not just survive, but also thrive? In this message, we learn how to have a faith that maintains through mountain tops and valleys.
Reach the Unreached
We were created for so much more than this. In this message, we hear from special guest David Platt on the importance of reaching the unreached.
What changes everything?
Just as the invention of the iPhone drastically changed the world, this message from Ephesians 2 has the power to change everything about us. In this message, we learn who we were, what Christ has done, and who we are now. So, what changes everything?
Who, What, When, Where, Why?
In this message, we walk through the first chapter of Ephesians to understand who we are, what we need the most, when we will change, where we will spend eternity, and why it all matters.
What kind of faith do you have?
Before we fully dive into the book of Ephesians, we must first provide some context and background on the city of Ephesus and the beginning of the church of Ephesus.
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This church is just so beautiful! I look forward to listening to the sermons every week. I can easily say this has helped me grow closer to God. Thank you for All you do🤍
Preaching to the cheated on and those who suffered from domestic abuse as children to take accountability for “their part” is extremely tone deaf. (The Conflict episode) I am not an anecdote - I am a person. Let’s just say this isn’t the first time this happened.