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Episode Archive

Episode Archive

83 episodes of Roswell Presbyterian Church [email protected] since the first episode, which aired on 3 January 2019.

  • Episode 88: Inside Out: Make it Count | Sunday, October 25, 2020

    25 October 2020  |  Season 15  |  21 mins 16 secs

    God has given every person unique gifts and talents. What are yours?

  • Episode 87: Inside Out: The Inner Game of Generosity | Sunday, October 18, 2020

    18 October 2020  |  Season 15  |  24 mins 20 secs

    This Sunday’s message will help us relate to our wealth in a way that honors God and allows us to fund this critical ministry. How do you relate to your wealth? Do you find it easy or difficult to be generous?

  • Episode 86: Inside Out: Sincerely Yours, Lyndsay | Sunday, October 11, 2020

    11 October 2020  |  Season 15  |  22 mins 49 secs

    "Sincerely Yours, Lyndsay"
    Philippians 1:3-11
    Rev. Lyndsay Lee Slocum

  • Episode 85: Generosity: Inside Out | Sunday, October 4, 2020

    4 October 2020  |  Season 15  |  21 mins 55 secs

    Every year we set aside a month to reflect on what God is calling us to give for ministry and mission at RPC. This year, we are focusing on how we imitate Jesus’ ministry practice of gathering people together, building them up, and then sending them out.

  • Episode 84: How Shall We Live: The Grass May Be Greener | Sunday, September 27, 2020

    27 September 2020  |  Season 14  |  20 mins 55 secs

    Do you find it hard to remember all of the commands? If so, wait until the end of the sermon to hear what Jesus says stands at the heart of them.

  • Episode 83: How Shall We Live: Relationships 101 | Sunday, September 20, 2020

    20 September 2020  |  Season 14  |  23 mins 2 secs

    This Sunday we will look at what it means to steal and “bear false witness.” The Ten Commandments state these negatively, but what are the grand positives that stand behind them? How does following these commands make us a safer and more flourishing community?

  • Episode 82: How Shall We Live: Boundaries | Sunday, September 13, 2020

    13 September 2020  |  Season 14  |  25 mins 37 secs

    Very few of us will be guilty of murder, but what ways can we break the commandment other than the obvious ones? What grand positives stand behind the commandment and how can we honor the sacred value of human life?

  • Episode 81: How Shall We Live: R-E-S-P-E-C-T | Sunday, September 6, 2020

    6 September 2020  |  Season 14  |  22 mins 31 secs

    Today we will look specifically at Exodus 20:12, the fifth commandment: Honor your father and your mother. This commandment is simply written, but deeply complex. It is my prayer that we would come together this morning to study this command and worship God, our loving parent.

  • Episode 80: How Shall We Live: Rest with the Best | Sunday, August 30, 2020

    30 August 2020  |  Season 14  |  24 mins 16 secs

    How hectic is your life? Do you stay so busy that you forget to stop and enjoy yourself? You should remember, resting is a command! Today, we will explore why and how you can obey the fourth commandment and flourish in your life.

  • Episode 79: How Shall We Live: OMG | Sunday, August 23, 2020

    23 August 2020  |  Season 14  |  22 mins 32 secs
  • Episode 78: How Shall We Live: What to (Not) Worship | Sunday, August 16, 2020

    16 August 2020  |  Season 14  |  20 mins 29 secs

    In this episode, we begin a new sermon series looking at the Ten Commandments. Have you ever wondered what purpose the Commandments serve? How do they direct our relationship with God and with one another? Are they just meant to make us feel guilty or could they have a deeper, more positive meaning? I look forward to exploring these questions with you!

  • Episode 77: Come Before Winter | Sunday, August 9, 2020

    9 August 2020  |  Season 13  |  22 mins 10 secs

    Thank you, RPC member Mike Tiemann, for taking the beautiful picture used in today’s sermon graphic. Just as it was a sign to Noah, the rainbow reminds us of God’s faithfulness in challenging times. Certainly, we rely on God’s presence to respond to the urgent challenges that are set before us this year.

  • Episode 76: Walk on the Wild Side: Riding in Style | Sunday, August 2, 2020

    2 August 2020  |  Season 12  |  23 mins 16 secs
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    Do you find yourself open to change? Life often seems to present new situations to us that requires us to respond in ways we’ve never conceived of before. In today’s passage, we will find a surprising character teaching us how to be open change. I hope our furry friend might teach us a few new ways to adapt to life’s challenges.

  • Episode 75: Walk on the Wild Side: Between a Rock and a Hard Place | Sunday, July 26, 2020

    26 July 2020  |  Season 12  |  23 mins 47 secs
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    Have you ever felt caught between two decisions where neither one of them seemed like a good option? This morning we will look at Peter as he wrestles with wanting to do the right thing, but struggles to find the strength to do what he should. The good news is scripture also has a word for us for navigating between a rock and a hard place.

  • Episode 74: Walk on the Wild Side: How Hard is it to Get Into Heaven? | Sunday, July 19, 2020

    19 July 2020  |  Season 12  |  3 mins 53 secs
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    Have you ever thought about what it would take to earn eternal life? Do you feel overwhelmed by even asking the question? You’re not alone. The good thing is, when Jesus addressed this question with his disciples, he had good news for them and for us!

  • Episode 73: Walk on the Wild Side: Amazing Grace Too Sweet the Sound?

    12 July 2020  |  Season 12  |  17 mins 50 secs
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    This week we consider one of the most familiar of all Jesus’ parables, best known as “The Parable of the Prodigal Son.” It’s a story of how the lives of two sons unfold and of a father who encompasses both with love, generosity, and grace. Yet, it’s a love and grace that can be hard to understand by the usual criteria of justice and fairness - that is unless there’s more to the story. Join me as we explore it together.
    -Rev. Dr. Randy Jackson