Traders Point is a gospel-centered church that gathers for worship, studies God’s Word, and impacts communities through service in Indianapolis and around the world. To find out more, visit tpcc.org.
Behind the Mask: Don't Take the Bait!
The current climate of our world is a perfect storm for division and disunity. At the very end of His earthly life, Jesus prayed for unity and oneness in the Church. He knew the mission of the Church was far too critical to get caught up in secondary issues. As we love each other, we show the love of Jesus to a world that desperately needs Him.Aaron Brockett • Behind the Mask • John 17
The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit: A Rhythm of Rest
From the creation of the world, God provided us a rhythm of life to restore our souls and bring balance to our lives through the gift of Sabbath. If you’re feeling tired, overwhelmed, or overworked, remember God has so much more for you. He created you in His image and invites you to enter into His rest. Ryan Bramlett • The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit • Luke 6:1-11
The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit: Close the Gap
From the time we’re born, a gap exists between each of us and the life God intended us to live. But God, because of His great love, closed that gap by grace through Jesus, and He calls us, His followers, to do the same for those far from Him. Closing the gap between others and Jesus requires understanding, empathy, graciousness, and love. Aaron Brockett • The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit • Luke 5:27-32
The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit: Make Bold Moves
Faith is a bold move into an unknown future, based on reliable information. In this week’s passage in Luke, we find two examples of regular people making bold moves into the unknown based upon what they know of Jesus, and Jesus responds to each one. What step of faith is God calling you to right now? Take a step toward Him, knowing He is utterly reliable and will not let your foot slip.Aaron Brockett • The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit • Luke 5:12-20
The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit: It's What We Do
Jesus gives Simon Peter a new priority and purpose for his life the moment he falls humbly at the feet of Jesus. Fishing used to be Simon Peter’s priority, but Jesus says, “Now, it’s people,” because ultimately, people are what matter most to Jesus. In times of uncertainty, anxiety, and doubt, it’s easy to forget that people matter. Be reminded that more than our position, our politics, or our preferences, people are still the priority.Aaron Brockett • The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit • Luke 5:1-11
The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit: I Didn't Ask for This
As Jesus taught and healed throughout the region of Galilee, lives were changed. He taught with the authority and power of God Himself and His touch brought spiritual and physical healing to all who were brought to Him. Jesus still does this today! No matter where you are or what you’ve done, His grace knows no bounds. Come into the presence of Jesus and experience His love, His power, His healing and His grace.Ryan Bramlett • The Gospel of Luke: Settled in Spirit • Luke 4:31-44
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The BEST Church for the PEOPLE
We have lived in 5 different states and have become members of churches in each. Traders Point is head and shoulders above the rest in the way they live the Word. They love people, challenge people, serve people, and mentor people in their walk with Christ. TPCC removes barriers and is the most “comfortable” church you will ever visit either in person or online. They do everything to make sure everyone feels welcomed and that God is accessible to all. This podcast is yet another way that they are living their mission to remove unnecessary barriers keeping people from Jesus. We no longer live in Indiana and are so blessed to be able to still be a part of this amazing church from another state. If you have not heard Pastor Aaron preach, you MUST. Not a believer? Give him one sermon. ❤️
Pure and real talk about Gods love for his people
I am beyond thankful to have found this podcast. I have never felt love like this or this kind of connection with my Lord and savior until I heard Erin preach. I needed this more then the air I breath. I wish I lived closer to Indy and could come to a service.
I’m glad you made this, I can’t make it to church much and this solves my problem!