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Coastal Church Podcast

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When you think about Easter, you probably don’t think about a table. We think about the cross, the empty grave, but Easter is about Jesus bringing us home to our Father’s table.
Good Friday Service at Coastal Church.
While many great theological and spiritual lessons can be drawn from the book of Nehemiah, this message focuses on the very practical leadership lessons that can be gleaned from studying the methods and outcomes of Nehemiah. Nehemiah is surely
Proverbs 16:33 tells us that we may throw the dice, but God determines how they fall. God’s name is not mentioned in the Book of Esther, but behind the scenes God guides all that seems to happen by “coincidence.”
The classic parable of the Prodigal Son provides us with a glimpse into what a father’s love for a child should look like.
We too, must put first things first if we expect to see the blessings of God in our lives. Jesus clearly tells us in Matthew 6:33 “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.”
Andy Hawthorne, OBE is a British evangelist, author and founder of The Message Trust, a Christian mission organization based in Manchester, UK.
God had tried everything to encourage the people to return to Him. After they had repeatedly broken the covenant, God could not continue to bless His people. God had to bring correction, but He would also give them a fresh hope for the future.
Our main character this week is King Hezekiah. He was the 13th of 20 kings of Judah, The Southern Kingdom. Hezekiah was one of few southern kings who attempted to follow God and return the people to loving and obeying Him. The Northern Kingdom
Guest Speaker Isak Pretorius from For Afrika shares a special Mother's Day Message.
In the book of Hosea, we read how God is trying to get Israel’s attention. They have wandered away from Him and taken other love interests. He repeatedly reaches out to them, but they are ignoring His calls as they enjoy the provision, He has g
Benjamin Franklin once said, “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” He chose to leave a healthy legacy by sharing his life through public service and today is
The greatest movies are based on a rescue theme. The epic stories in the Bible have a rescue theme. But the greatest rescue story of all is what we’re celebrating today – Easter.
If you understand what Jesus finished at the cross, you can understand Christianity and why we call today “Good Friday”.
As we study the life of Jesus, we discover that those who wrote about the life of Jesus focused on the last week of His life. They were saying that the most important part of who He was and why He came is revealed in the last week of His life.
The divine mission of the nation of Israel is to point people to the upper story of God. Starting with Abraham, God creates the nation of Israel then moves them to the land of Canaan that He promised them, revealing to the watching nations alon
Have you ever wondered why there is so much history in the Bible? One reason is for us to learn how God related with people. Bible personalities sometimes did the right thing and sometimes they messed up. Their history is recorded so that we ca
Just as God saw David’s potential to be a king, God sees your potential and significance.
As we follow God in a broken world, remember He is at work in the upper story of our lives to keep us from falling and standing tall.
Ruth is a love story on several levels, but most of all it is a story that shows we are accepted and loved by God the Father.
In the book of Judges we find a repeating cycle of God rescuing and restoring His people after they rebel and refuse to acknowledge Him. We can only break this cycle of rebellion when we lived surrendered to Him.
God does not spare us from ongoing battles in our lives, but He promises victory when we fight according to His strategy.
In Chapter 6 of the Story, the Israelites finally reached the edge of the promised land at Kadesh-barnea, they sent out 12 spies to scout out the land. 10 of them came back with a negative report of fear because of the giants living in the land
As the Israelites leave Egypt led by Moses, they are headed towards a new but unknown world, filled with great potential and great obstacles. God tells them that it is an abundant land, a land flowing with milk and honey, but there were giants.
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