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Knowing God's Light

Black Rock Church Sermons

Release Date: 02/26/2023

Enjoying God With Moses show art Enjoying God With Moses

Black Rock Church Sermons

This sermon will help people understand that we all have something God can use to make a difference in the lives of others. Jesus uses ordinary people like you and me, but to really influence others, we must give our talents, time, and treasure to the Lord.

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Enjoying God With Peter show art Enjoying God With Peter

Black Rock Church Sermons

Peter is relatable not because he's incredible but because he's like us--full of flaws yet embraced by Jesus.  

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Aha! - Following Jesus is The Best Life show art Aha! - Following Jesus is The Best Life

Black Rock Church Sermons

Many people view following Jesus as a boring, less fun life. But what if following Jesus is actually the most joyful life we can lead. Realizing how much God loves us and wants the best for us is the antidote for insecurity or anxiety and leads to a meaningful life.  

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Aha! - Understanding Sin Leads to Gracious Living show art Aha! - Understanding Sin Leads to Gracious Living

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Often, we think of sin as doing “really bad things,” but the Bible describes sin much differently. Understanding the Bible’s true definition of sin relieves us of shame and leads to seeing others with less judgment, more love and grace.   ► WHAT’S NEXT  ✘ Guests: https://www.blackrock.org/guests/ ✘ New to Faith: https://www.blackrock.org/faith/  ✘ Giving: https://onrealm.org/blackrock/give/now  ✘ Events & Info: https://www.blackrock.org/info/  ✘ Facebook:       ✘ Instagram:  

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Aha! - Everything is Spiritual show art Aha! - Everything is Spiritual

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Often, we see religion as a service we attend or a set of rituals we perform. But a person’s religion is much deeper and more profound. In this sermon, Pastor Josh explains how understanding that every moment is spiritual leads to a life comforted by God and with purpose and meaning.   ► WHAT’S NEXT  ✘ Guests: https://www.blackrock.org/guests/ ✘ New to Faith: https://www.blackrock.org/faith/  ✘ Giving: https://onrealm.org/blackrock/give/now  ✘ Events & Info: https://www.blackrock.org/info/  ✘ Facebook:       ✘ Instagram: ...

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God-nopoly show art God-nopoly

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We all love a good game of Monopoly but the premise of the game is opposite to the truths we see in scripture around our role with our finances. If God were to make a game called God-nopoly, what would be the winning ways to play?

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Black Rock Church Sermons

We all love a good game of Monopoly but the premise of the game is opposite to the truths we see in scripture around our role with our finances. If God were to make a game called God-nopoly, what would be the winning ways to play?

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Love in Action show art Love in Action

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At Black Rock Church, we are committed to caring for people. In fact, Black Rock Cares is the name for a cluster of service areas that help people find God’s love and purposes during the hard times of life. As we care well for people, they are freed to grow as followers of Jesus during the joyful and joyless seasons of life.

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Giving Him Worship show art Giving Him Worship

Black Rock Church Sermons

This message is focused on worshiping God and how we can give Him the worship He deserves. We look at two passages in scripture and how the worship of the Lord on earth can reflect the worship in heaven. What can we bring to the Lord as we respond to all He has given for us.  

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Made New show art Made New

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It is easy where we live for anyone to call themselves a Christian. But is there more to it than simply a label to go by? Let’s see what the Bible says about what it means to be called a Christian and why that motivates us to be baptized.

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This sermon will focus on how we, as believers in Christ, are called to live as the children of the light. As God's light impacts our life, our darkness is illuminated. As a church, we should humbly help each other walk out of that darkness and realize our identity as light.