Sunday, November 28, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
"15 Forever," by Pastor Greg Sidders from White Pine Community Church, Sunday 11-14-10. // Dear friend: The statistics are irrefutable. One out of every one person dies. // And what happens next? No one knows for sure, we hear. But is that really true? What if you could know for sure? What if God gave us a way to be certain that death will not be the sunset of life for us, but the sunrise? // I believe He did. And in this podcast, we will observe an event in the life of Christ that clearly answers the most important question you will ever ask: What will happen to me after I die? // If you've been waiting for just the podcast to share with a friend whose future you care about, this is it. I'm looking forward to partnering with you to help your friend find Jesus.
Monday, November 8, 2010
Outline and Discussion Questions for "The Perfect Pastor" 11-07-10
White Pine Community Church, "The Perfect Pastor," with Pastor Greg Sidders 11-07-10. // We all need one, even though some of us have a hard time admitting it. . . . A pastor. // He is there to love us and to listen to us, to guide us and to give us hope, during the most important moments of our life. When we're trying to find God. When we get married. When we have a child. When our lives unravel. When we grieve. When we are dying. No matter how strong or self-sufficient we are, we all need a shepherd to lead us through the ups and downs of life. // What a privilege it is for me, Joe and the other elders to serve as your pastors! In this podcast, we're going to learn why nobody is a better shepherd than our Senior Pastor. His name?. . . Jesus.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
When Jesus Sees You At Your Worst, with Pastor Greg Sidders. // White Pine Community Church, Sunday 10-31-10. // As much as we'd like to think that we're better than average in the righteousness department, the truth is that we're all sinners. And life has a way of exposing us for who we really are. But what does God think of us when He sees us at our worst? // In this podcast we're going to study a passage of Scripture that answers that question, and we're going to think together about how God's response to our sins should shape our response to the sins of others. My prayer is that it will be an encounter with Jesus that will forever change the way we see God, ourselves, and fellow sinners.