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  1. Join the Journey: A Tour of Romans2017/12/31
    This weekend, Blake Holmes helped us prepare for the 2018 Journey (www.jointhejourney.com) by giving us an overview of the book of Romans. Blake took us on a 30,000-foot flyover of the entire book as he broke down the four main sections—Sin, Salvation, Sovereignty, & Service—as well as gave us a one or two-word title for each of the book’s 16 chapters.

  2. Christmas Eve 20172017/12/24

  3. Contentment, Longing and Christmas 2017/12/17
    What do you long for? Do you yearn for and anticipate better things in your life? Do you enjoy getting gifts? This week, Todd taught us about longings, anticipation, and gifts as we reflect on and prepare for Christmas.

  4. The Evidence of a Relationship2017/12/10
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  5. The True Story of Paul Can Be True of You: Passion, Providence and Peace2017/12/03

  6. Calm in the Midst of Crisis2017/11/26
    Using Paul in Acts 22:21-23:11 as an example, Adam Tarnow showed us how to remain calm in crisis. Just like Paul was not caught off guard or surprised, Adam taught us that we don’t have to be either by giving us three reminders: Remind yourself this is not a surprise, remind yourself this is not punishment, and remind yourself of God’s promises.

  7. A Platform Built of the Past and Problems2017/11/19
    This week we looked at Paul’s example in Acts 21 and 22 of how God uses Paul’s past and trials to proclaim Jesus. Paul was seized and dragged from the temple, the Jews were trying to kill him, the Romans pulled him from the mob, Paul uses his past, as a Roman and Jew, to get a platform. It is true that problems in our past can often build a platform to proclaim Jesus.

  8. An Update on the Mission in Fort Worth2017/11/19
    Fort Worth Campus Pastor, Tyler Briggs, leads a celebration of the life change that has come through the investments of the body and informs them of opportunities that still exist to continue to eagerly invest in the mission.

  9. Evening with the Elders2017/11/12

  10. Courage That Comes From Love2017/11/12
    JP walks us through the first half of Acts 21, showing us that true courage comes from love, and that what we love will impact our behavior. Love gives us courage to do three things: stay on mission, lose our lives, and become all things to all people. What do you love?

  11. Notes From the First Ever Pastor’s Conference2017/11/05
    Todd speaks from Acts 20 about the mindset that should reform the church and our individual hearts. Discuss these together with your community group. Pick a series of questions that best fits where your group is currently.

  12. The Relevance of the Word and the Danger of Being Indifferent To It2017/10/29
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  13. How Christians Win or Lose 2017/10/22
    This week JP walked us through Acts chapter 19. He showed us how the church in Ephesus—arguably the most influential church in all of church history—had “good guys” (the committed, cured, and converted) and “bad guys” (the calloused, counterfeit, and critical). He reminded us that if we leave our first love, like Ephesus did, we are in danger of becoming a graveyard.

  14. An Evening with Eric Metaxas2017/10/18

  15. Marriage on Mission 2017/10/15
    David Marvin walks us through Acts 18. He shows how Priscilla and Aquila were hospitable, were willing to go, and made disciples. He warns us how easy it is to have a marriage full of ministry activity, but not a marriage on mission. While Priscilla and Aquila are examples for us, these truths do not just apply to married couples, but to all Christians who desire to live on mission.

  16. How to Be Provoked Well. Paul and Us Among the Athenians2017/10/08
    This week we journey through the second half of Acts 17 together. Todd shows us through the text how we should: be an observer of human futility and not a hater, be a teller and not a troublesome meddler, and be a faithful ambassador, not a mocker.

  17. What a Compassionate God Wants You to Consider as Your Next Yes2017/10/01
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  18. How to Love a World Filled With Rompers2017/09/24
    Todd finishes up the last part of Acts 16 and starts into Acts 17. He shows us how the lives and teachings of the Scriptures from 2,000 years ago are still relevant and applicable to us today. God wants to use us just like He used Paul and the early church in this section of Scripture from the book of Acts.

  19. Do You Believe in the Myth or Follow the Man2017/09/17
    Todd re-visits the middle of Acts 16 from last time and then finishes the chapter as we continue our journey through the book of Acts. He shows us how history is not Christian or secular—just history. Todd discusses how money makes a horrible god, how demons have better theology than we might realize, and how we must be ready to give a defense for the hope and faith that is in us.

  20. The Hopeless, the Hospitable, and the Hostile2017/09/10
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  21. Worship Together: You Are the Church2017/09/03
    We are the Church; all of us. It's not a particular ministry, program, pastor, or a building. Harrison speaks to us about the importance of being the Church, to raise up the next generation and to be disciple-makers. He gives us real life examples from his life, and Martha Kate shares her story of being raised and discipled by Watermark.

  22. Worship Together: The Future of the Church in the Hands of Parents2017/09/03
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  23. Worship Together: Remember. Consider. Imitate2017/09/03
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  24. Worship Together: Influencing the Next Generation by Preparing Ourselves and Investing in Our Children 2017/09/03

  25. Stuck on Mission2017/08/27
    Do you feel stuck? JP walks us through Acts 15:36-16:5. While this passage of Scripture is descriptive and not prescriptive, JP shows us how God can move us forward on mission, despite feeling stuck. God doesn’t give us permission to get stuck or to stay stuck, but there is hope that He can use us in our mess, and there is hope for us to get out of our mess.

  26. The First Church Council and the Matter of First Importance2017/08/20
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  27. Our Opportunity for Mission in Our Historical Moment: Truth Meets Myth2017/08/13
    Todd spends time in Acts 14, showing us one of the many history lessons the Bible has to offer. He walks us through Paul’s journey in Acts 14, Greek & Roman mythology, man’s religion, the reformation, the reliability of Scripture, and ways we can live out our faith—using the history of Acts 14 as our inspiration—today.

  28. Do Good People Go To Heaven?2017/08/06
    David Martin answers the question "Do good people go to heaven?" In this conversation he discusses good versus evil, the standard that we'd have to live up to get into heaven, and what the Bible has to say in Romans 3 about who does get into heaven. We find that entry into heaven is not based on our good, but on the good work God has done on our behalf.

  29. Step Up in Faithfulness, Discover and Invest Your Talents for Christ2017/07/30
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  30. Regretful Hearts v. Repentant Hearts2017/07/30
    There’s a big difference between regretting our actions and repenting from them. Scripture tells us that sorrow for our sin should lead to repentance and our repentance should bear fruit. Using Psalm 51, Jeff looks into King David’s life following his affair with Bathsheba and highlights several truths about repentant hearts.

  31. Leadership Matters…and Other Seminal Truths2017/07/23
    This week, Todd talked about the importance of leadership. Specifically, he discussed church leadership and how God's design for the church is a plurality of leaders.

  32. The Future and Hope of Your Life and Our City2017/07/09
    This weekend, on the one year anniversary of the Dallas police officer shootings, Todd spends time in 2 Chronicles, Jeremiah, and 1 Peter, calling us to be a blessing to the city in which God has placed us. Our future and hope are in Jesus' resurrection and, as we seek God, that future and hope will transform our city.

  33. Keeping Short Accounts2017/07/02
    We all have conflict in our lives that we are dealing with in one way or another. We internalize, explode, or stew as conflict continues. Today, as Adam walks us through Matthew 5:21-26, he shows us God's definition of anger and His desire for us to experience reconciliation in the midst of conflict.

  34. Soldiers, Athletes & Farmers: A Biblical Look at the Spiritual Life2017/06/25
    We can inaccurately anticipate that the spiritual life will be easy, up and to the right, when we accept Jesus. This is not the case. Today Blake Holmes shows us 3 pictures of the spiritual life from 2 Timothy 2:1-6. We'll see what we should expect along the way as the spiritual life is like a war, a race, and a farm.

  35. Celebration of Life for Austin Silva (Message)2017/06/24

  36. Celebration of Life for Austin Silva (Full Celebration)2017/06/24

  37. Why Your First Impression of Your Father Matters2017/06/18
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  38. God's People: Quick to Go to Others and Slow to Leave Each Other2017/06/11
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  39. Inspiration and Invitation to the Proclamation and Demonstration of the Gospel2017/06/04
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  40. Extraordinary Parenting 2017/05/28
    JP challenges us to think about how we can parent extraordinarily. He gives us 10 ways that any parent can be an extraordinary in the way that they raise their children. For more great resources on parenting, visit watermark.org/parenting.

  41. Baptism Sunday2017/05/21
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  42. The Church our Mother and its Mission2017/05/14
    Todd leads us through Acts 13:13­–52. This passage describes a pivotal point in the spread of the Gospel beyond Judea and Samaria to the ends of the earth (see Acts 1:8). Yet this passage is not simply a record of “Paul and his companions” as they brought the Gospel to Galatia; rather, it is instructive to us today, if we have ears to hear, eyes to see, and hearts ready to respond!

  43. Why Every Week is a Pastors' Conference2017/05/07
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  44. The End of the Search2017/04/30
    The search to be loved is common to all of us. When we search for love apart from God it wears us out. In this message, Tyler shares about how God frees us from the relentless search for love, to begin experiencing joy, and enjoying relationships. We can do this because God has brought love to us, He has given us an endless supply, and that fills us with joy and freedom.

  45. The Christian in Culture2017/04/30
    For many of us, the idea of speaking into culture and cultural issues can produce a variety of emotions. Some shrink back because of fear, others because of inadequacy. By walking through 1 Peter, Derek shares how Christ empowers you to overcome these fears and inadequacies in order to courageously engage the culture around you.

  46. 4 Dead-Ends to Spiritual Growth2017/04/30
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  47. A Spectacle of Glory: An Interview with Joni Eareckson Tada2017/04/23
    Todd interviews a special guest, Joni Eareckson Tada, who is a quadriplegic who God has used a as a "spectacle of glory". Joni shares her story, her struggles, and trust in God. How, as a young girl, she was paralyzed and what she has learned about God, His character, and how to live a life in submission to Him.

  48. Easter: “It is True”2017/04/16
    Todd shares during this Easter service how Jesus Christ has delivered us from the decree, dominion, and despair of sin. Jesus is the only one who has defeated the grave, and so is worthy of our trust. God doesn't want you to just hear a story, he wants you to respond to it. If you haven't trusted in Christ yet, today is the day of salvation.

  49. Good Friday 20172017/04/14

  50. The Proper Liturgy of the Church and the Proper Way to Deal With Sorcerers2017/04/09
    Today Todd walks us through Acts 13:1–12. In this passage, the church in Antioch and Paul and Barnabas demonstrate what it means to live worshipful, missional, and prophetical lives, challenging us to do the same!

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This podcast is a production of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas, USA. Watermark exists to be and make more fully devoted followers of Christ, looking to God's Word as our only authority, conscience and guide.

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