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EC Speaks is a collection of sermons and teachings from Eston College staff, guests, and students. Be encouraged by these messages to keep your eyes on Christ.

Latest Episodes

Jon Fischer - Contagious God

"Whenever I step out, I see that as a success; and any kind of response is a bonus."

-1 s2018 FEB 5
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Jon Fischer - Contagious God

Brian Cooper - Don't Quit

"If you were looking for a sign not to not give up, this is it."

-1 s2018 JAN 22
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Brian Cooper - Don't Quit

Josh Chalmers - #noMATHEIN noPATHEIN

“If obedience isn’t based on knowledge, what is it?”

-1 s2018 JAN 9
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Josh Chalmers - #noMATHEIN noPATHEIN

Jeremy Crowe - The Truest Thing About You

The truest thing about you.

-1 s2017 DEC 6
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Jeremy Crowe - The Truest Thing About You

Kevin Perry - John the Baptist Generation

"Faithfulness stewards godliness."To kick off our very first EC Speaks podcast of the 2017-2018 school year, Kevin Perry of Halkirk Circle Square Ranch delivers a powerful message at the first of two Opening Services. As an alumni of Eston College, he recalls what it is like to start out in what can be unfamiliar. He encourages the students, both freshman and returning that God is faithful.He challenges us about reflecting on the soil of our hearts, is it fertile for good seed to grow? With vigor and passion, he goes through the life of John the Baptist, and prophetically speaks destiny over this generation. If you are in a place of uncertainty or challenge in your walk with the Lord, allow this message to encourage you to rely on God's faithfulness.

-1 s2017 SEP 8
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Kevin Perry - John the Baptist Generation

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: People

Who is the good Samaritan? We look at the story of the good Samaritan and think that we are supposed to be the hero of the story. But, is this really true in our lives? What if there was a different way to look at the story? Andrew lays out a common story in a different perspective, which radically changes the way we interpret the story. Jesus is the good Samaritan. We're the one's who need saving. It's not about us. It's about Jesus. Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 4 0f 4.

-1 s2017 APR 11
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: People

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Power

"I ask that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you may know the hope of His calling, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints, and the surpassing greatness of His power to us who believe."(Ephesians 1:18-19)Are you ready for the upgrade? Andrew discusses the different spiritual gifts, and how it is His promise to move in power on earth. When we surrender to Jesus, the Holy Spirit lives in us, and he never leaves us. He dwells within us. We are identified as His by giving us His Holy Spirit. We believe in the finished work of the cross. As we walk out our Christian life, we need to learn how to use the gifts and power that he has given us.Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, ...

-1 s2017 APR 10
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Power

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Promises

"...in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you..."God will take you, wherever you are, and He will work with you. Andrew takes this time to declare the promises of God over our lives, using 2 Corinthians 1:20. "For all of God's promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding "Yes!" And through Christ, our "Amen" (which means "Yes") ascends to God for his glory." If you need hope, if you need freedom - this is a sermon that exposes the lies we believe and replaces them with truth of God's word.Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 2 of 4.

-1 s2017 APR 7
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Promises

Josh Chalmers - Open Our Eyes: Covenant

"Promises make hope feel real."Engagement rings, pinky promises, and cheques are all symbols we use today as promises. But what about in the Old Testament? How do we know God's promises are true? God doesn't just fulfill his side of the covenant, but he upholds both sides. Josh uses the story of Abraham to bring a whole new perspective on what it means to have hope in Christ.Josh Chalmers was a guest speaker for Sr. High Encounter weekend. The theme of the weekend was promises, and this sermon goes along with a series of sermons by Andrew Switzer, where he talks about opening your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This sermon is on the promise of the covenant of God.

-1 s2017 APR 7
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Josh Chalmers - Open Our Eyes: Covenant

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Presence

"I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened..." (Ephesians 1:18) Even in our deepest sorrow, and in our darkest times - God is there. Wecan look, and not see. The cry of our heart should be, 'God, open my eyes to see you." It's time that we stopped looking, and start to see. Time to stop hearing, and start to listen. Andrew highlights 4 types of people who seek his presence: "Desperate, Hiding, Reluctant, More." Where do you fall on this list? Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 1 of 4.

-1 s2017 APR 5
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Presence

Latest Episodes

Jon Fischer - Contagious God

"Whenever I step out, I see that as a success; and any kind of response is a bonus."

-1 s2018 FEB 5
Comments
Jon Fischer - Contagious God

Brian Cooper - Don't Quit

"If you were looking for a sign not to not give up, this is it."

-1 s2018 JAN 22
Comments
Brian Cooper - Don't Quit

Josh Chalmers - #noMATHEIN noPATHEIN

“If obedience isn’t based on knowledge, what is it?”

-1 s2018 JAN 9
Comments
Josh Chalmers - #noMATHEIN noPATHEIN

Jeremy Crowe - The Truest Thing About You

The truest thing about you.

-1 s2017 DEC 6
Comments
Jeremy Crowe - The Truest Thing About You

Kevin Perry - John the Baptist Generation

"Faithfulness stewards godliness."To kick off our very first EC Speaks podcast of the 2017-2018 school year, Kevin Perry of Halkirk Circle Square Ranch delivers a powerful message at the first of two Opening Services. As an alumni of Eston College, he recalls what it is like to start out in what can be unfamiliar. He encourages the students, both freshman and returning that God is faithful.He challenges us about reflecting on the soil of our hearts, is it fertile for good seed to grow? With vigor and passion, he goes through the life of John the Baptist, and prophetically speaks destiny over this generation. If you are in a place of uncertainty or challenge in your walk with the Lord, allow this message to encourage you to rely on God's faithfulness.

-1 s2017 SEP 8
Comments
Kevin Perry - John the Baptist Generation

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: People

Who is the good Samaritan? We look at the story of the good Samaritan and think that we are supposed to be the hero of the story. But, is this really true in our lives? What if there was a different way to look at the story? Andrew lays out a common story in a different perspective, which radically changes the way we interpret the story. Jesus is the good Samaritan. We're the one's who need saving. It's not about us. It's about Jesus. Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 4 0f 4.

-1 s2017 APR 11
Comments
Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: People

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Power

"I ask that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you may know the hope of His calling, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints, and the surpassing greatness of His power to us who believe."(Ephesians 1:18-19)Are you ready for the upgrade? Andrew discusses the different spiritual gifts, and how it is His promise to move in power on earth. When we surrender to Jesus, the Holy Spirit lives in us, and he never leaves us. He dwells within us. We are identified as His by giving us His Holy Spirit. We believe in the finished work of the cross. As we walk out our Christian life, we need to learn how to use the gifts and power that he has given us.Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, ...

-1 s2017 APR 10
Comments
Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Power

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Promises

"...in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you..."God will take you, wherever you are, and He will work with you. Andrew takes this time to declare the promises of God over our lives, using 2 Corinthians 1:20. "For all of God's promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding "Yes!" And through Christ, our "Amen" (which means "Yes") ascends to God for his glory." If you need hope, if you need freedom - this is a sermon that exposes the lies we believe and replaces them with truth of God's word.Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 2 of 4.

-1 s2017 APR 7
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Promises

Josh Chalmers - Open Our Eyes: Covenant

"Promises make hope feel real."Engagement rings, pinky promises, and cheques are all symbols we use today as promises. But what about in the Old Testament? How do we know God's promises are true? God doesn't just fulfill his side of the covenant, but he upholds both sides. Josh uses the story of Abraham to bring a whole new perspective on what it means to have hope in Christ.Josh Chalmers was a guest speaker for Sr. High Encounter weekend. The theme of the weekend was promises, and this sermon goes along with a series of sermons by Andrew Switzer, where he talks about opening your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This sermon is on the promise of the covenant of God.

-1 s2017 APR 7
Comments
Josh Chalmers - Open Our Eyes: Covenant

Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Presence

"I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened..." (Ephesians 1:18) Even in our deepest sorrow, and in our darkest times - God is there. Wecan look, and not see. The cry of our heart should be, 'God, open my eyes to see you." It's time that we stopped looking, and start to see. Time to stop hearing, and start to listen. Andrew highlights 4 types of people who seek his presence: "Desperate, Hiding, Reluctant, More." Where do you fall on this list? Andrew Switzer, pastor of Kipling People's Church in Kipling, SK, was our guest speaker for the 2017 Sr. High Encounter. He spent the weekend speaking out of Ephesians 1:18, talking about "opening our eyes." The theme of the weekend was promises, and this series of sermons is sure to open your heart towards the presence, promises, power, and people of God. This is part 1 of 4.

-1 s2017 APR 5
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Andrew Switzer - Open Our Eyes: Presence
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