The podcast of The Resting Place Tampa. We exist for the lost to be found, the found to be free and peace to reign in our city.
I Can't Wear Your Armor - TRP South Tampa | Abraham Villanueva
Pastor Abraham delivers a liberating message from 1 Samuel 17:32-45. We cannot fight giants wearing another man's armor. God have prepared a specific armor designed and specifically made for you, and it was the very armor you wore in you previous battles when you were unseen by the eyes of men. The same God that was with you to kill the bear and to kill the lion will be with you to kill the giant.
Bringing Down Walls - TRP Wesley Chapel | Erik Sue
What do you do when the Lord calls you to do the unexpected or illogical? Pastor Erik looks at Joshua 6 in the very familiar passage of the Jericho Walls to investigate why Joshua could obey God's crazy strategy to win the war. For more head to trpfamily.org
Pinocchio And The Love Of The Father - TRP South Tampa | Abraham Villanueva
Pastor Abraham uses the story of Pinocchio to expose the heartache of religion, the pain of sin and ultimately the amazing discovery of the love of the Father. A real father never gives up. The love of the Father will lead Him to sell everything He has to find His child that is lost.
When He Shows Up - TRP Wesley Chapel | Erik Sue
What would it mean for you if God showed up in your life? Pastor Erik looks at Joshua 5 to investigate the preparation of God's people, God showing up, and what that means. For more head to trpfamily.org
Exposing The Persona Of Sin - TRP South Tampa | Caleb Hyers
Apostle Caleb Hyers gives a powerful walkthrough of Romans 6. This message will teach you that you are not your own worst enemy but that the persona of sin is your worst enemy. A king who no longer rules over you because of King Jesus has defeated sin, death, and the grave.
Encouragement Through The Hard Times - TRP South Tampa | Abraham Villanueva
As we face the hard times in life we are able to find encouragement in the word of God and His promises for us. When we remember what God did for us in our past will be able to not just find encouragement for ourselves but we will become leaders in setting others free,