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Welcome to Lake Cities Community Church. We are a nondenominational Christian church in Rowlett, TX. This podcast is a place where you can listen to our sermons and other content that we pray will be an encouragement to you and your walk with Jesus Christ. Our mission is to win people to Christ, build them up into healthy and balanced believers, and send them out into our community, country, and to the ends of the earth to spread the love of Jesus. We hold tightly to what we believe, but we ...
 
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Do you ever feel the heaviness of how broken the world is? Have you ever felt stuck under that burden and weight? It begs the question, How did Jesus work for transformation within the heaviness of all the suffering, pain, and injustice yet not be overcome by the weight of it all? In Matthew, Jesus not only gives us insight into this lightness, He …
 
Paul makes one basic observation about how he understands the natural order of the universe: we reap what we sow. For some, this is understood as a threat. For Paul, it was understood as a hope. For all those who have grown weary, fatigued, depleted, and burnt-out working for beauty, truth, and goodness, do not give up! The process of cultivating a…
 
The U.S. has averaged over eleven mass shootings per week in 2022. At least 344 people have been killed and almost 1,400 wounded. Is this the kind of world we want to live in? What if I told you we get to create the world we want to live in? Last week we looked at imagination. This week we move to integration. The prophet Micah uses the image of be…
 
What kind of a world do we want to live in? This is the crucial question of our time. Our world is not fixed, static, or finished. To the contrary, it is evolving, unfolding, and malleable. The point? We get to create the world we want to live in. In this series, I want to evoke a collective consciousness that transcends our status quo. I want us t…
 
Stephen is considered the first martyr of the early Jesus movement. His story is recorded in the book of Acts 6-7. Like the book of Acts, Stephen’s story is one of motion and progress. He is caught up in a movement that is expanding, growing, and stretching. Stephen finds himself challenging the status quo by critiquing the temple which he says, “C…
 
Stephen is considered the first martyr of the early Jesus movement. His story is recorded in the book of Acts 6-7. Like the book of Acts, Stephen’s story is one of motion and progress. He is caught up in a movement that is expanding, growing, and stretching. Stephen finds himself challenging the status quo by critiquing the temple which he says, “C…
 
Stephen is considered the first martyr of the early Jesus movement. His story is recorded in the book of Acts 6-7. Like the book of Acts, Stephen’s story is one of motion and progress. He is caught up in a movement that is expanding, growing, and stretching. Stephen finds himself challenging the status quo by critiquing the temple which he says, “C…
 
Perpetua (182-203) is a twenty-one-year-old mother from the Roman city of Carthage. In The Passion of Perpetua and Felicitas, we find a first-person diary from Perpetua herself that describes her arrest and life leading up to the day before her execution. In her diary, she transparently writes about her anxiety, grief, and joy that all sit side by …
 
St. Polycarp (69-155) was a bishop of the city of Smyrna (modern day Turkey). Tradition tells us Polycarp refused to burn incense to Ceasar during a ceremony. After a series of bribes and threats by the empire, he simply replied, “Eighty and six years have I served Him, and He never did me any injury: how then can I blaspheme my King and my Savior?…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
Easter 2022 Sermon from Lake Cities Community Church Passage: John 20:1-18 Note: Due to some technical difficulties, the first few minutes of this sermon audio are not available. A transcript of what was said prior to the provided audio is provided below for reference: It is shocking - how much we don't know about nearly everything - life, our plan…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
In the gospel of Luke, we find a geographical structure. The book begins with John in the wilderness. It then portrays Jesus setting his face toward Jerusalem. Eventually he arrives there, and in his final week he goes into the heart of the city. Why is Jerusalem so central? Perhaps it symbolizes the center of political power and religious piety. P…
 
I have witnessed two ways of being, seeing, and living in the world: one of gratitude and one of entitlement. One holds a disposition that life is a gift. The other holds a disposition that life owes them a gift. In this series, we will uncover the framework behind these two perspectives, explore how we can cultivate a disposition of gratitude, and…
 
I have witnessed two ways of being, seeing, and living in the world: one of gratitude and one of entitlement. One holds a disposition that life is a gift. The other holds a disposition that life owes them a gift. In this series, we will uncover the framework behind these two perspectives, explore how we can cultivate a disposition of gratitude, and…
 
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