Bridgeway Community Church
I Can Do All Things [Ph. 4:13] - Pastor Eli Hernandez

I Can Do All Things [Ph. 4:13] - Pastor Eli Hernandez

June 2, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

 

While God is the one who gives us strength, what does that strength look like when we are feeling low, weak, and ready to give up? To be empowered by God to accomplish our calling is what this will teach us so that we can endure all the way to the end, not by our own might or power.

I Have Learned to Be Content [Ph. 4:11-12] - Pastor Gary Coiro

I Have Learned to Be Content [Ph. 4:11-12] - Pastor Gary Coiro

June 2, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

 

Contentment is something to be learned and may not be a natural disposition. When and how do we learn contentment? This verse will teach us to choose to be content in all seasons of life and what that looks like for the believer.

Do Not Be Anxious About Anything [Ph. 4:6] - Julie Heiliger

Do Not Be Anxious About Anything [Ph. 4:6] - Julie Heiliger

May 12, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases From Philippians

A Mother’s peace can come even in the midst of worry. Her main worry is often about her children and/or grandchildren. God promises that he will transfer peace to us as He guides and guards our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus when we learn how to pray. We pray about everything and commit to not allowing worry about anything to linger in our lives. The promise of this fascinating phrase is to believe that God can give us a divine peace that passes all human understanding.

Rejoice in the Lord Always [Ph. 4:4] - Dr. David Anderson

Rejoice in the Lord Always [Ph. 4:4] - Dr. David Anderson

May 5, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

Joy is one of the major themes of the book of Philippians. Paul, the writer, expressed joy regardless of circumstances. The secret of Christ-centered joy in the midst of any circumstances is what separates Christianity from other religions. Joy is truly “Jesus Overflowing in You”. How do we get it and keep it. This message will point us in that direction.

I Press On Toward the Goal [Ph. 3:14] - Dr. David Anderson

I Press On Toward the Goal [Ph. 3:14] - Dr. David Anderson

April 27, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

There are 4 Ds to winning the race of perseverance. Determination. Direction. Destiny (destination) and Devotion. In this sermon, Dr. Anderson will help motivate our congregation to “press on” and not give up. Potential means little to nothing if you do not persevere to accomplish what that potential could have produced. God gives us strength to endure and will encourage us to keep pressing until the very end.

I Want to Know Christ [Ph. 3:10] - Dr. David Anderson

I Want to Know Christ [Ph. 3:10] - Dr. David Anderson

April 24, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

 

What does it mean to truly “know” Christ? In this message, Dr. Anderson will teach about know what it means to fellowship with Jesus Christ at a deep level as we discover him through suffering and through the power of the resurrection as God works His power in our lives.

He Emptied Himself [Ph. 2:8] - Dr. David Anderson

He Emptied Himself [Ph. 2:8] - Dr. David Anderson

April 17, 2020

Series: Easter - Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

 

The core message of Easter is that Jesus Christ emptied himself and became a man so that He could live a sympathetic life with humanity, in order to identify with sinful man, pay the penalty on the cross for man’s sins, and rise again from the dead to new life. Jesus’ obedience and humility is what grants us access to God the Father. Dr. Anderson will teach how we can respond to Jesus’s humility and obedience by receiving Him by faith.

To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain [Ph. 1:21] - Dr. David Anderson

To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain [Ph. 1:21] - Dr. David Anderson

April 17, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

 

How do we maintain a Christ centered lifestyle? We see in this verse that one man, Paul, seemed to have Christ at the core of his life. We will talk about wholehearted devotion to Jesus Christ and how to keep him at the center of all we do as we live for Him and not for ourselves. There is a difference between “professors” (like on Palm Sunday) and “possessors” who truly possess the living Christ in their hearts.

He Who Began A Good Work [Ph. 1:6] - Dr. David Anderson

He Who Began A Good Work [Ph. 1:6] - Dr. David Anderson

April 17, 2020

Series: Fascinating Phrases from Philippians

God is committed to the process of change and growth in our lives. He has promised to perfect us until the day of Christ. Dr. Anderson will explain what this verse means theologically and will encourage people to rest in the fact that they are not spiritually perfected yet but, one day, they will be.

Recovering from the Ravages of Anger - Dr. David Anderson

Recovering from the Ravages of Anger - Dr. David Anderson

March 22, 2020

[Series: The Age of Rage]

Anger, when unhinged, can ravage our relationships with others, ourselves, and with God. What the enemy meant for evil to completely destroy our lives can, indeed, be recovered and redeemed.

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