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Northplace Church is a place where the doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds. This podcast includes messages from our Sunday services from our Lead Pastor Bryan Jarrett and others. We invite you to listen whether you're new on your spiritual journey or a committed Christian who wants to get connected more deeply to Jesus. Visit www.NorthplaceChurch.com/WATCH for the video equivalent of these messages.

Northplace Church is a place where the doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds. This podcast includes messages from our Sunday services from our Lead Pastor Bryan Jarrett and others. We invite you to listen whether you're new on your spiritual journey or a committed Christian who wants to get connected more deeply to Jesus. Visit www.NorthplaceChurch.com/WATCH for the video equivalent of these messages.
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Northplace Church is a place where the doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds. This podcast includes messages from our Sunday services from our Lead Pastor Bryan Jarrett and others. We invite you to listen whether you're new on your spiritual journey or a committed Christian who wants to get connected more deeply to Jesus. Visit www.NorthplaceChurch.com/WATCH for the video equivalent of these messages.

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Give Up To Win (Pastor Jurie Kriel)

5/19/2019
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Mat_16:24-25 NKJV "(24) Then Jesus said to His disciples, "If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. (25) For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it." What does this mean? How does this work? If what it takes to keep your life is losing it; it is important to understand what it means to lose it. Visit our website for the video equivalent of this message. Northplace Church on...

Duration:00:37:54

Forgiveness (Beautifully Broken)

5/12/2019
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While on the surface…a message on the power of forgiveness…may seem better suited for another day…this may just be the perfect day. The majority of the unforgiveness, bitterness, and deepest offenses in our lives come from relationships within our families and those closest to us. With that mind…please understand…the application of this message isn’t just for mom’s or even those struggling with honoring their moms. This is a challenge to all of us…in every area of our lives…and I believe...

Duration:00:40:54

Identity (Beautifully Broken)

5/5/2019
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Your sense of self is that durable core that defines who you are regardless of the situation. You wear a lot of hats, you have a lot of roles in life, you find yourself in a lot of different situations, but your “sense of self” is the part of you that is the foundation…the durable of core…of who you are that doesn’t change, regardless of your hat, your role or your situation. On the other hand, your sense of worth comes from the things that make you feel significant, worthy and confident in...

Duration:00:49:40

Shame: Curse or Cure? (Beautifully Broken)

4/28/2019
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Shame is the painful emotion caused by a consciousness of guilt or shortcoming or impropriety. Shame can be to your soul what pain is to your body. Regardless of the source of you shame - if you shame is curse or cure - there is a remedy in God’s grace. Visit our website for the video equivalent of this message. Northplace Church on Facebook Northplace Church on Instagram Pastor Bryan Jarrett on Facebook Pastor Bryan Jarrett on Instagram Pastor Bryan Jarrett on Twitter

Duration:00:50:36

Beautifully Broken - Easter 2019

4/21/2019
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Traditionally the church has taught the Christmas and Easter stories as if they are two distinct and separate stories. We compartmentalize them. The Christmas story is the story of Jesus robing himself in human flesh. We call it the Incarnation; which simply means “to put on flesh”. In the Incarnation, God took on human skin. Jesus Christ, the Son of God, became Jesus Christ the Son of Man - He became one of us. On the other hand, Easter is the story of the death, burial, and resurrection...

Duration:00:39:52

Thank God For "That" Friday

4/14/2019
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Palm Sunday is the beginning of what is known as Passion Week. It was on Palm Sunday around 2000 years ago, that Jesus was at the height of his popularity. Crowds were thronging to him, and as he rode into Jerusalem on the back of a borrowed colt, the crowd waved palm branches (which is where we get the name Palm Sunday) and declared: “Hosanna, Hosanna, Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” These where not just shouts of affirmation to any other celebrity personality; these were...

Duration:00:48:04

Jesus is in the House - Jesús Está en la Casa (The Year of Here)

4/7/2019
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Some people are stuck in the rut of the super-normal. They approach church like it’s their court ordered support group and they check in and check out with no expectations. We wouldn’t waste our life serving the local church or as Christians coming to the church on a regularly basis if we didn’t believe there was supernatural potential for life change every time we get together. Many of the people in your life, your friends, family, neighbors, peers are spiritually paralyzed or...

Duration:00:46:59

Celebrating Victory Before It Comes - Expectant Praise (The Year of Here)

3/31/2019
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The final 5 psalms, Psalm 146-150, all begin and end with same word in the Hebrew tongue: “Hallelujah,” which literally means “praise to the lord.” These are truly psalms and victorious praise, and they differ from most other psalms; you don’t find any disappointments or discouragement here. Many of the other psalms are open and honest about life's injustices and evils that leave the psalmist confused but determined to trust God in spite of what he doesn’t understand. But these last 5 are...

Duration:00:40:25

Serving - A Calling and Purpose (The Year of Here)

3/24/2019
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In 2 Timothy 1:8-9, Paul speaks 4 specific words over the life of Timothy; four words we believe are also applicable to us. He says, God has saved us. He has called us. He has purposed us. And he has graced us. He has saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our own works, but according to his own purpose, through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ. Saved. Called. Purposed. Graced. Sandwiched between God’s salvation and grace is God’s calling and purpose. Calling is what...

Duration:00:49:37

Four Words That Determine Impact (The Year of Here)

3/17/2019
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Imminence, Urgency, Timing, and Opportunity. In life we need to: 1. Live with Imminence 2. Live with a Sense of Urgency 3. Understand Timing 4. Seize Opportunity

Duration:00:49:16

How To Change (The Year of Here)

3/10/2019
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Change can be really hard, and at times we do the opposite of what we hoped we were going to do. The good news is God knew we would struggle with these things. Four Things That Christian Change Is: 1 Change Is Gradual 2. Change Is Inevitable 3. Change Is Internal 4. Change Is Symmetrical

Duration:00:59:17

I'm Still Standing (The Year of Here)

3/3/2019
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Hope is more than a motivational thought or a fading daydream. It’s not a wishy-washy, vague, wait-and-see attitude, but an action we choose to take on purpose every day. We choose to trust God’s control and we choose trust in his promises regardless of what it looks like in our current circumstances. Like Jesus, we endure the present because of the “joy set before us.”

Duration:00:43:40

God is In The Midst

2/24/2019
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All throughout the Scripture, presence is a priority. God’s presence makes the difference. His presence is what sets us apart and presence should be our priority. We should live in a way that invites it. We should honor it, respect it, protect it, pursue it, crave it and long for it. AW Tozer, a pastor and writer from a previous generation, wrote a prayer that I have personalized in my own life. It says: “O God, I have tasted Thy goodness, and it has both satisfied me and made me thirsty...

Duration:00:40:34

Perspective, Encouragement and Care

2/17/2019
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Most of have friendships, but to truly do life, walk through trials together, close enough to see blind spots; that takes more intimate relationships.

Duration:00:32:41

Incarnational Community (The Year of Here)

2/10/2019
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There is a difference in the general social interaction between people…and the supernatural relationship and community that is supposed to exist in a biblically functioning community. On the surface, they may look the same but one is natural, the other is supernatural; it’s incarnational. And because of that, Incarnational Community is counter-intuitive; it goes against the flow of what comes natural to us. When we understand what scripture says - what God expects for his people - it...

Duration:00:49:00

Incarnational Compassion

2/3/2019
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This is Week 5 of "The Year of Here" If we start living like Jesus, letting him live his life through us, being Jesus with skin on, living incarnationally; then our world will see the glory of God in and through us just like John’s generation saw it in Christ Jesus. We’ve talked about incarnational worship and incarnational presence. We’ve spent some time talking about living the incarnational life, but today we're talking about Incarnational Compassion. Something pretty incredible as you...

Duration:00:50:18

The Incarnation, Corporate Worship, and the Common Good

1/27/2019
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This is Week 4 of "The Year of Here" What is the habitat for the dwelling of God’s presence? Where has God chosen to make his habitation? The church - not the building, but the people - when we come together corporately, collectively to worship, according Paul, we become a dwelling place or habitation for God by the Spirit. The place that God has chosen to dwell, the place that he has chosen to make his unique habitation is the collective worship of his people. When we come together each...

Duration:00:47:50

The Five Incarnational Habits

1/20/2019
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Part 3 of "The Year of Here" Jesus didn’t just come to show us what God was like. He wasn’t just the Son of God. He was the Son of Man. He was human, He was flesh, and one of the primary reasons he put on skin was to show us how to truly be human. And this is God’s strategy of changing the world. When we are incarnational humans like we are supposed to be - embodying the presence of God like Jesus did - other people will see the glory of God through us. Honestly, that’s God’s strategy for...

Duration:00:43:22

The Humanity of Jesus - "The Year of HERE"

1/13/2019
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We have come out of the Christmas season this year, doing something a little different. Instead of taking our conversations a completely different direction, we decided to dive deeper into the incarnation of Jesus. The message of the incarnation is that God has become a man; that he has come here to be with us. It’s about his presence. We want to know what that looks like in our lives in a practical sense. What does that mean for me Tuesday morning at work, or at soccer practice Thursday...

Duration:00:50:06

The Year of Here

1/6/2019
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The word "Here” became a key word in our Christmas conversations and the manger became the central image in explaining the Incarnation - how got God “here”. But as we were praying through the Christmas and Advent theme…we had this sense that it wasn’t the end of the conversation but the beginning of the conversation. That 2019 was supposed to be The Year of “Here” 2019 "The Year of Here,” will be a year where Northplace falls in love with the dwelling presence of God in our corporate...

Duration:00:52:12