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Weekly bible-centered messages from Pastor Rodney Fouts, lead pastor at NORTH.CHURCH in Oklahoma City.

Weekly bible-centered messages from Pastor Rodney Fouts, lead pastor at NORTH.CHURCH in Oklahoma City.
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Weekly bible-centered messages from Pastor Rodney Fouts, lead pastor at NORTH.CHURCH in Oklahoma City.






What's the Hurt Worth - Week 1 | Purpose to Pain

Our lives can be filled with pain and suffering. So, how does that square with a God that is good and loving? That's the struggle that Job faced, and that we still need to deal with today. What we learn from Job's story is that regardless of the situation, God is in control. He can use our pain to grow us into the people He has called us to be - if we let Him. Support the show


The Good Neighbor - Week 4 - A Final Word

Who do you think you are? It's the question that changes everything, because when you know who you are, then you know what to do. This week's message talks about who we're fighting against , Who we're fighting for and how we can fight and win the war. Support the show


The Good Neighbor - Week 3 | Growing Into New Feet

As believers, we are called to imitate Christ in everything we do. The standard that Jesus set is high, but He has given us the tools we need to make progress toward that goal. This week, Pastor Rodney Fouts teaches on the instructions Paul gives us in the book of Ephesians. He encourages us to live godly lives, and shows us how we can imitate Christ every day. Support the show


The Good Neighbor - Week 2 | Choose Change

What does it mean to change as a Christian? The bible tells us that we are a new creation, but how do we live out the change that has happened inside us? The apostle Paul gives us some instruction on this topic in his letter to the Ephesians. Support the show


The Good Neighbor - Week 1 | A Worthy Life

In our previous series, we learned about our new position that comes when we accept Christ. But how can we life a life worthy of our calling? Now that we are all a part of one body - the body of Christ - we need to life a life of unity and maturity. We must also use the gifts we've been given to help others grow, and to build up the church. Support the show


Ephesians: Death to Life - Week 5 | Because Of

In the book of Ephesians, Paul spends the first 3 chapters laying out what God has done for us. Much of the gospel is mysterious to us; it is through God's unlimited power and grace alone that we are saved. In this week's message, Pastor Rodney Fouts explains how it is through Christ and the Holy Spirit that we are united with our church family and with God. Support the show


God's Will Grows | Samson Varughese

At some point, we've all prayed and searched for the will of God in our lives. We want to be obedient; to know our next step, or the right decision to make. But God's will for our lives is often hidden, and we can find ourselves more occupied with seeking God's will than with seeking God Himself. OKC Pastor Samson Varughese shares a message this week on how we can know God's will - and how the first step is always to know God first. Support the show


Ephesians: Death to Life - Week 4 | One New People

One of the incredible teachings in the book of Ephesians is that Jesus Christ came to bring peace. By his life, death, and resurrection, Jesus torn down the walls between different people groups, and between God and man. The church that Jesus established does not distinguish between race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. It is only by living out that standard that we can create real, lasting peace. Support the show


Ephesians: Death to Life - Week 3 | Saving You

It is through the grace of God that we are saved. When we understand what we've been saved from and what God's grace cost Him, we begin to see the incredible, overwhelming love that God has for us. It's because of that love that we are moved to go out and love others. God's plan is to use us to show His love to those around us who haven't yet experienced it for themselves. Support the show


Ephesians: Death to Life - Week 2 | Attention and Affection

What is prayer? The usual answer to that question is that prayer is communicating with God. But how should we be communicating with God? And why? This week, Pastor Rodney Fouts dives into the privilege and power of prayer. It is a spiritual practice that should bring our attention and affection to God. It's through prayer that we experience the mighty power of Christ in our life. Support the show


Ephesians: Death to Life - Week 1 | I Am Blessed

Who do you think you are? It's the question that changes everything, because when you know who you are, then you know what to do. This series will challenge us to grow in faith and practice, and help us better understand how the Gospel story radically impacts our story. Support the show


Summer - Week 4 | What Are You Doing Here?

In 1 Kings 19, the bible tells the story of the prophet Elijah at his lowest moment. After a great victory, his fortunes quickly turn and he walks out into the wilderness and asks God to take his life. Instead, God sends an angel to help him recuperate and strengthens him for his next journey. Elijah needed to decompress. We need the same. We were designed to need rest, healthy habits, and time alone with God. Support the show


Summer - Week 3 | Change Your Story

Scripture says, "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!" When the heat is on, we need to decide if we will continue in our old patterns, or allow God to change our story. Our Guthrie Location Pastor Heady Coleman spoke this week on what it takes to truly allow God to change our story and our life. Support the show


Summer - Week 2 | The Smallest Seed

In the book of Mark, Jesus teaches his disciples about the kingdom of God, comparing it to a tiny mustard seed. It starts very small, but it grows into something thousands of times bigger. In the same way, even the smallest actions we take can have huge effects. If we are obedient in the smallest things, God can turn them into more that we could ever imagine. Support the show


Summer - Week 1 | Rooted and Grounded

Ever felt like life is heating up right at the time you need it to cool down? In this series, we engage the God who controls life's thermostat. We will learn how to outlast the heat by being rooted in Him, continuing to grow despite the heat and being fruitful even in difficult seasons. Support the show


How to Win - Week 5 | BONUS - Guests Gary Nelson and Mart Green

As we dig in to the importance of regularly reading and studying the scripture, we're joined by Gary Nelson, Chairman of Every Tribe Every Nation and Mart Green of Hobby Lobby. They share a passion and vision to translate the bible into every single language on earth by 2033. Support the show


How to Win - Week 5 | Sacred Reading

Absorbing scripture is the most effective way to grow closer to God and mature in our faith. Yet, there are nearly 2,000 languages on earth that have no access to the scriptures in their native tongue. Those of us that do have access to God's word must not take that privilege for granted. Support the show


How to Win - Week 4 | Rest in Christ

We are all very busy in this life. For most of us, work, kids, study, and chores take up nearly all the available hours in the day. Working hard is good, but God has also commanded us to rest. Observing the Sabbath in the way God prescribed is a spiritual disciple that is often overlooked. Support the show


How to Win - Week 3 | Fixin' or Fixing

How we think effects nearly everything about our lives. The Bible tells us that we need to take our thoughts captive because the more that we think like Christ, the more we will be like Christ. The discipline of "fixing our thoughts" can change our lives dramatically. Support the show


How to Win - Week 2 | Abstain to Attain

Spiritual disciplines are vital for growth in our relationship with God. The discipline of fasting is one that Jesus spoke about frequently. By choosing to abstain from food (or some other healthy desire) we bring ourselves in closer to God and His agenda for our lives. Support the show