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In this sermon, we get to see Jesus feed 5,000 people, walk on water in the middle of a storm, and heal more people. By God’s grace, these miracles are meant to point us to the gospel so that we might be set free to live our lives for the glory of Jesus.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus Christ To learn more about Campus Collective and Hu…
 
In a special episode, Campus Collective hosts a live panel discussion on the topic of how to follow Christ in a culture that twists dating, marriage, singleness, and sexuality outside of God's design. Hosted by Dustin Epperly and joined by panelists Nate Bordonada, Janna Salyers, Brenton Hutton, and Courtney Epperly, this panel aims to provide guid…
 
In Mark 6, we see Jesus get rejected, His disciples get instructed on how to be needy, and John the Baptist gets brutally murdered. As we consider these stories, we beg God for the faith to be ready to be rejected for His kingdom.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church…
 
In our journey through Mark, we have seen how Jesus is relentless in His pursuit of those He loves. Mark 5 illustrates that Jesus truly is the great healer. We will see how He radically saves three individuals from desperate situations — that He can do the same for us.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Col…
 
Jesus tells His disciples to listen so He can show them incredible realities about His Kingdom. In Mark 4, we get to see Jesus use parables to show us this truth as we all consider that Jesus the King is worth our everything.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church, vis…
 
Mark takes no time to preface his Gospel account or detail the events leading up to Jesus’ public ministry. He begins instantly with the Spirit empowered mission of Jesus to enter into a cosmic struggle with Satan and rescue the captives. In Mark 3:7-35, through a series of demonstrations of his true authority and the beginning of Jesus’ parables i…
 
Jesus’ life and teaching were upsetting to the religious leaders of His day. How is Jesus better than man-made religion? The stories in Mark 2:13-3:6 show us 3 ways.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church, visit huntingtoncommunitychurch.com/campus-collective…
 
After an extended break, we're back! Over the course of the next year, we will be studying the book of Mark, which points to the relentless life of Jesus Christ. In Mark 1:21 - 2:12, we get to see Jesus show off His healing power. Jesus can heal anyone, and His mission to preach and display the good news of His healing power over your sin and suffe…
 
God's plan of redemption cannot be stopped. His power is greater than any of His enemies. Those are two truths that guide this sermon as we take a look at the story of the Exodus. This entire story points to Jesus and shows us that our God redeems us from the slavery of sin and frees to have a personal relationship with the God who made us.…
 
As we conclude our series in Ephesians, we see Paul's exhortation to the saints in Ephesus come to a climax with a call to stand with the armor of God against the devil in the war for our souls. In Ephesians 6:10-24, we're not simply reminded to be strong like a warrior - we are able to be strong because of our warrior: Christ, of whom we boldly pr…
 
Husband + Wife. Child + Parent. Employee + Employer. What do these everyday roles have to do with our walk with Christ - and how do they point us to a bigger reality about God?As we look at Ephesians 5:22-6:9, we will examine how these roles show off the glory of Jesus, and how they also give us a framework to obey Him.Series // In Christ We Live: …
 
In Ephesians 4:17-32, Paul reminds Christians of their rescue from the dead life of sin. Additionally, he exhorts them to put off the old way of living and to put on the new life that Jesus purchased for them. In this sermon, Campus Collective Staff member Anthony Henderson unpacks why the ethic of the Christian life must be preceded by the Gospel.…
 
The Church is God's Plan A for furthering his Kingdom, and every follower of Jesus has a crucial role to play in advancing the Gospel.This week, Campus Collective Staff member Jake Bradley joins us as we explore Ephesians 4:1-16 and consider why God has designed the Church with every believer in mind.Series // In Christ We Live: Ephesians…
 
One thing that is incredible about the way Jesus works through Paul is that Paul seems to always be focused on the gospel mission. It seems like every word he spoke, action he took, and relationship he built was all for the purpose of seeing God's glory among the nations.In this sermon, we will look at Ephesians 3:1-13 where Paul interrupts his int…
 
Why is it so important for believers to think back to who they were before they were transformed by the Gospel?In order to keep us grounded in Christ and hopeful for the future, the Word often encourages us to look back at how far God has brought us. In Ephesians 2:11-22, we put some theological framework around how desperately we needed God before…
 
"Because of His goodness, I have a reason to rejoice even in moments of suffering. Because I hope in His glory to come, my worst days are actually my best days because I get to cling to Him." On this week's episode, Campus Collective Staff member Miles Gray joins us to share how his life, both past and present, is a continual testament to the mercy…
 
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