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Dec 15 2010

Perimeter Church – Featured Podcast

  • 21 August 2016: Message Notes For Who Will Embrace The Story? Part 2 - Message Notes For The Story: Part Five
  • 21 August 2016: The Story: Part Five - Luke 15:1-32 - Randy Pope - Who Will Embrace The Story? Part 2
  • 14 August 2016: Message Notes For Who Will Embrace The Story? Part 1 - The Story: Part Four
  • 14 August 2016: The Story: Part Four - Luke 15:1-32 - Randy Pope - Who Will Embrace The Story? Part 1 - Luke 15:1-32 (NASB)
  • 7 August 2016: Message Notes For Who Needs The Story? Part 2 - The Story: Part Three
  • 7 August 2016: The Story: Part Three - Luke 15:11-32 - Randy Pope - Who Needs The Story? Part 2 - Luke 15:11-32 (NASB)
  • 31 July 2016: Message Notes For Who Needs The Story? Part 1 - Message Notes For The Story: Part Two
  • 31 July 2016: The Story: Part Two - Luke 15:1-32 - Randy Pope - Who Needs The Story? Part 1 - Luke 15:1-32 (NASB)
  • 24 July 2016: Message Notes For What Is The Story? - The Story: Part One
  • 24 July 2016: The Story: Part One - 2 Corinthians 5:14-21 - Randy Pope - What Is The Story? - 2 Corinthians 5:14-21
  • 17 July 2016: An Introduction - For Kids - Join us in this message from our Camp All American Sunday. Randy introduces his new series, The Story. He will look at different versions of the gospel: the counterfeit, the authentic, and the distorted versions.
  • 10 July 2016: The Heritage and Hope of Our Nation: Part Two - Psalm 33 - Randy Pope - The Heritage and Hope of Our Nation: Part Two - Psalm 33 (NASB)
  • 10 July 2016: Message Notes For The Heritage and Hope: Part 2 - Psalm 33 - Message Notes For The Heritage and Hope Of Our Nation: Part 2
  • 3 July 2016: The Heritage and Hope Of Our Nation: Part One - Randy looks at Psalm 33:12-22 in Part One of The Heritage and Hope of our Nation. Take a look at the beginning of our county - it was begun as a theistic nation. Hear what our forefathers said as they founded our country.
  • 26 June 2016: Message Notes for Power and Privilege - Acts 6:1-7 (ESV) - The issue is power and privilege. Do we use and view our blessings and advantages as gifts from God? David Cho uses Acts 6:1-7 to show us that God never blesses us without the desire to see us be a blessing in return. To share our blessings we must first own them and come to terms with the power and privilege we have, along with who we are. David walks through how it works, why it's important, and what we can do.
  • 26 June 2016: Radical Love: Part Four - Acts 6:1-7 (ESV) - David Cho - The issue is power and privilege. Do we use and view our blessings and advantages as gifts from God? David Cho uses Acts 6:1-7 to show us that God never blesses us without the desire to see us be a blessing in return. To share our blessings we must first own them and come to terms with the power and privilege we have, along with who we are. David walks through how it works, why it's important, and what we can do.
  • 19 June 2016: Christ: Our Only Hope For Peace - Murray Lee walks us through Luke 19:41-44. When we truly have a sense of what Christ did for us, we have freedom to rejoice in things He is doing, we can repent in things that wound the very heart of our King, and we can rest in a Savior, giving Him our lives completely. These steps lead to Radical Love and change our families, streets, neighborhoods, cities, and the world through Christ who is our only hope for peace.
  • 12 June 2016: And Who Is Our Neighbor? - Kennon Vaughan uses the well-known story of the Good Samaritan, as seen in Luke 10:25-37, to illustrate Radical Love. It's a story showing what it means to love your neighbor as yourself and looks at who actually is your neighbor. This story changes what is means to follow Christ and changes why we follow Christ.
  • 5 June 2016: New Lives Means New Community - What pops into your head when someone says "radical"? Darryl Ford, pastor of Ikon Community Church, begins the series, Radical Love, and walks through Acts 2:1-13, looking at the day of Pentecost, contrasting it with the Tower of Babel. Radical love is a love that goes above and beyond what is required to do, being authentically and totally true from the root out. Darryl also looks at racism and how the church responds to it. What does a true multi-cultural church / radical community look like? Is it a soup, a salad, or a stew?
  • 22 May 2016: Whose Money Is It? - In part two of Dying To Serve, David McNeely walks through Malachi 3:6-12 and looks at "Whose Money Is It?". He looks at several main ideas: God doesn't need His money back - but He does ask for it back. If you have turned away from the Lord, return - He will be right where He's always been. And know that when you give to the church you honor God, support His mission, and uphold His people.
  • 15 May 2016: Can I Trust God? - The natural inclination of our hearts is for comfort, ease, security, and safety. However, too often these are not found in God. Treasuring Christ involves trusting Him, and trusting Him involves surrendering to Him, and surrendering to Him involves every part of our lives, including our money. Jeff Norris' message "Can I Trust God" kicks off the series, "Dying To Give", and looks at Matthew 6:19-24 and 3 questions: "Where Do Your Treasures Lie?", "For What Does Your Heart Long?", and "Who Or What Do You Love?".
  • 8 May 2016: Discover Of Sign Gifts: Part Two - Randy digs deeper in to the discovery of sign gifts using 1 Corinthians 12. This week he takes a look at "speaking in tongues", "getting messages from God", and "healing and healers". We were deisgned to serve. The important things is for us to discover the gift(s) that He gave us and where we should serve. What is your toolset and workshop?
  • 24 April 2016: King and Country - The Kingdom of Jesus is to have our highest allegiance, provides our hope and security; and we carry out our responsibilities as citizens of any earthly nation in light of His Kingdom. Bob looks at Psalms 33, 2, and 46, along with other Scripture passages, to help us see how to get centered on the Kingdom of Christ.
  • 17 April 2016: Discovery Of Serving Gifts - Randy looks at 1 Peter 4:10-11 again as he walks through spiritual gifts classified as "serving gifts" in his message "Discovery of Serving Gifts". How many of us are consumed with self? Break free! Go to the cross and see His great love for people and the gifts He uses in our lives to serve others. Please note: the link Randy mentions for a spiritual gifts assessment will be online at a later date - details for licensing are being worked out. A print version is available in the Perimeter Church bookstore.
  • 10 April 2016: Discovery Of Speaking Gifts - Randy continues the series by looking at 1 Peter 4:10-11 and 1 Corinthians 14:29. This message includes a definition of what a spiritual gift is, then guidelines for discovering spiritual gifts. 1 Peter refers to speaking and serving gifts. This week Randy looks into five speaking gifts.
  • 3 April 2016: Why Do You Stand Looking Into Heaven? - David McNeely digs into Acts 1:1-11 and how Christ died for at least four reasons and was raised from the dead for at least four reasons. He also looks at three ways we stand looking into heaven.
  • 27 March 2016: The Story That Easter Validates - How important is Easter to the story of the Christian faith? Easter has been called the last page in the story of redemption. Randy Pope digs into Colossians 2:13-14 and other Scripture as he looks at 4 words: Debt, Enemy, Gift, and Friend. Best of all, see that our debt has been paid!
  • 20 March 2016: Tools For Serving: Part Two - Randy continues looking at tools for serving. This week he looks at select texts and digs deeper into spiritual gifts and the importance of discovering our spiritual gift. The church needs a combination of all the gifts - Christ is the only one who had all the gifts.
  • 13 March 2016: Tools For Serving - Randy continues his series about serving as he looks at "Tools For Serving". Walk through select texts as he reviews how our lives, our material and financial resources, and our spiritual gifts are tools that we use in serving the body.
  • 6 March 2016: Designed For Serving - Randy starts a new series on serving. This week Randy walks through four questions and Ephesians 2:1-10. Questions 1-3 look at what God has done for us and question 4 describes Him. Four key words summarize this passage from Ephesians 2: designed, broken, re-created, and vindication.

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