Gerald Hodges

Gerald Hodges

Role: Senior Pastor
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Mon, Dec 11, 2017
Passage: John 12:20-33
Duration: 55 mins 36 secs
How do you save a lost world? If it were left up to us to develop a master-plan of evangelism, what would it look like? What would be our strategy? What steps would it include? Who would be the spokesman and what would be the cost?
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
Duration: 59 mins 31 secs
Frasier’s life and ministry teaches us what Jesus meant when he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” (Matthew 9:37–38)
Sun, Nov 19, 2017
Duration: 53 mins 25 secs
Paul writes Philippians from Rome – where he is in prison. He loved the Philippians – and they loved him. They supported his ministry – the letter is sent in follow-up to that financial gift. But its more than a thank-you note. The main theme of Philippians is encouragement; encouragement in their faith - encouragement in their commitment to Christ – their commitment to each other – to the growth of the gospel in the world and the growth of the gospel in their own hearts.
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Passage: Hebrews 1:1-4
Duration: 59 mins 1 sec
The fourth Biblical truth that was the basis of the Protestant Reformation is Christ Alone (Sola Christus). This is not a pithy slogan; it is the central focus of the gospel truth the Reformers rediscovered.
Sun, Sep 17, 2017
Duration: 59 mins 15 secs
The Reformation was founded on the truth that God’s Word is our ultimate authority and our only sufficient authority.
Sun, Sep 10, 2017
Duration: 52 mins 56 secs
“Imagine you knew nothing of Christianity–no tradition, no heritage, no churches, nothing–and someone told you about Jesus. Something inside you was moved by the Story of this God becoming Man, and the grace of God in the cross changed you into a new creation. What would you do? You would tell others of course. But we don’t, do we? What if I told you that sharing Jesus has been overcomplicated by the church? What if I told you that you don’t have to be an expert theologian, a clever presenter, or have a charismatic personality to be used by God to tell others about Him? Or, what if I told you that instead of seeing evangelism as a term we talk about but rarely actually seek to fulfill personally, it’s really at the core of who you are and how God wired you?  What if I told you that the very personality, gifts, and passions you possess are a part of God’s plan to fulfill the Great Commission?” Dr. Alvin Reid
Sun, Sep 03, 2017
Passage: Isaiah 66
Duration: 1 hr 2 mins 12 secs
Throughout Isaiah, we have heard about a coming King, a sin-bearing Servant who brings salvation to all who turn to him in faith. But he is also the Anointed Conqueror and “arm of the Lord” to carry out his terrible wrath. In this final chapter of Isaiah, we again see this contrasting yet consistent picture of God. May each of us be a person “who is humble and contrite in spirit and trembles” at his word.
Sun, Aug 27, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 2 mins 44 secs
Back in the first chapter of Isaiah we encountered a problem. The people of God, the city of God, had become unfaithful, unholy, and completely unacceptable to God (Is 1: 21-31). But equally loud and clear throughout Isaiah has been the message of redemption and restoration. But how can both of these be accomplished? How can the faithless city be changed and made new? How can what has been broken since the fall of man be once-for-all restored? How can “former troubles” be forgotten and hidden from our eyes?
Sun, Aug 13, 2017
Duration: 57 mins 30 secs
We will not necessarily see a logical sequence to Isaiah’s prayer. He follows no pre-preprogramed formula. What we see is a mixture of highs and lows, a combination of confidence and confession, words of praise and cries of desperation. Until we know this desperation, we will never pray as we should, and we will not see the movement of God that we need.
Sun, Jul 30, 2017
Duration: 55 mins 10 secs
Today we see and hear Isaiah himself step up (or kneel down) in response to this call. Through his example, Isaiah not only instructs us in how to pray as we should, but also opens our eyes to the biblical realities that are foundational to true intercession.
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