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04-09-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Malachi - Pastor Mark Rossgington

One things that tends to happen when one goes to church a lot is that we tend to go through the motions. We say the right words, we pray, we listen to the sermon, sing some hymns, and then leave. Wash, rinse, and repeat. We also have a habit of not taking repentance very seriously as an outcome of going through the motions, and it's not that we don't care it's just worship has now become a part of a routine. We might even think that when he ask for God for something He might not be listening, or that we don't think He's keeping a promise that He made to us. What do we do about it? In the final part of the series, Pastor Mark talks about Malachi, and how he has the answers to those questions and more. The words he spoke hundreds of years ago can still be applied to us and help us along in our journey with God. The whole sermon series can be found right over here.

-1 s2014 APR 12
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04-09-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Malachi - Pastor Mark Rossgington

04-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Haggai - Pastor Mark Rossington

With life comes responsibilities that we take on as we get older and older, and at some point we have to make a list of what's important and what isn't. We have to prioritize our life so that we don't get bogged down with a bunch of stuff that isn't important, or are just fun stuff that can put on the back burner until we get some free time. When we do make a list, what goes at the top? Family? Work? What about God? The next minor prophet that Pastor Mark talks about is Haggai, and he was all about placing God at the top and making sure that He is a top priority. While he may be talking about the Israelites rebuilding the Temple and having God come first, that message is still pretty important to us today since we tend to put Him last in our lives. That part in the series, as well as the others, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 APR 12
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04-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Haggai - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-30-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Zephaniah - Pastor Mark Rossington

When we hear something over and over again we tend to not take it so seriously, or even might make it into something that's part of a routine. In any case, it goes in one ear and out the other. It's not out of irritation or exasperation, but we've heard it one to many times and we don't care to hear it anymore. Is that always a good thing though? Just because we heard it one too many times, does that mean we can take it for granted? In the ninth part of Pastor Mark's "Majoring in the Minors" series, the book of Zephaniah is explored. While Zephaniah's life is pretty much vanilla when compared to the other minor prophets, his message certainly isn't and is more like a rocky road in his words to all of us. That sermon, as well as the previous ones in the current series, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 APR 2
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03-30-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Zephaniah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-26-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Habakkuk - Pastor Mark Rossington

There are things that happen in life that are incredibly unfair, and the question that always pops is, "why?". It's a fair question to ask, but it seems like no one has an answer for it. Anger and frustration start to mount and normally resentment comes not too far behind. The toughest of questions are typically met with silence, so it's safe to assume that there isn't answer, right? Not quite. In the eighth part in the series called Majoring in the Minors, Pastor Mark talks about Habakkuk and how he's the perfect guide on the road to getting those answers. His book in the Bible will surprise many since not a whole lot of people know what he has to say, and what he does have to say is rather helpful. That sermon, as well as the others before it, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 29
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03-26-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Habakkuk - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-16-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Jonah - Pastor Mark Rossington

We all know someone that we either can't stand to be around, or even down right hate because of something they've done. We might even go so far as to mentally wish that not matter what they try to accomplish that they fail miserably, and if they try to change their life around it doesn't work. While we may think that we are in the "right" to think and hope that, but is it really fair? Continuing on with the sermon series on the minor prophets, Pastor Mark talks about Jonah and the famous Bible story of him being eaten by a big fish. While that may be the most well-known part of the book, but there are some details in that book that are not as well-known. The events in his life may not be applicable because of the extra-ordinary nature of it, but his thoughts on who deserves what and what God has to say about it certainly does. That sermon can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 19
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03-16-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Jonah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-12-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Obadiah - Pastor Mark Rossington

People bullying other people around isn't something new, nor is it something that's left behind in the various grade school levels. It evolves when people are grown up and are into their chosen career fields, so it's something that everyone must have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. It's easy to feel alone and isolated, and even give up hope after a while, so what can be done about it? Who has our backs when this happens? Pastor Mark talks about the next minor prophet, Obadiah, and is probably the least known and preached about. Even though it's a short book in the Bible, Obadiah has a lot of history in it and gives some really good insight and advice that can be used today. If you would like to know more, you can find that sermon right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 14
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03-12-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Obadiah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-09-2014 Amos- Pastor Mark Rossington

One of the unfortunate aspects of life that we hear all the time is people of power taking advantage of people who do not have very much power, or none at all. Those are the ones that we catch, and there are many others that go by unnoticed. It's situations like those that change history and human condition, and it even goes way back to ancient times, even described in the Bible before Jesus came along. While it may not be something new, was there someone talking about it? If there was, what did they have to say? Pastor Mark talks about the minor prophet Amos, and his life is actually full of surprises. Amos had a lot to say about the powerful in the various nations that were around in those times, and what he did have to say is still very much relevant for us today. That Sunday sermon on Amos, as well as the others, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 12
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03-09-2014 Amos- Pastor Mark Rossington

03-05-2014 Ash Wednesday- Joel - Pastor Mark Rossington

We've now come to the time known as Lent and that starts things off with Ash Wednesday, and it's also a time of personal reflection. A time where we look back at the things we've done right and the things we've done wrong, and to make some course corrections in the latter area. Basically a time to repent for the things we've done to others. On this Ash Wednesday service, Pastor Mark continues on with his sermon series called "Majoring in the Minors" by talking about Joel. So what does this farmer from the Old Testament have to do with Lent and repenting? Plenty, actually. So why don't you head on over here, and give it a listen, won't you?

-1 s2014 MAR 8
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03-05-2014 Ash Wednesday- Joel - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Hosea - Pastor Mark Rossington

If you were to ask anyone about the name's of the prophets from the Bible you would probably get the major ones like Elijah and Isaiah. Which is fair since they are the most popular prophets, and even the most talked about. Not a whole lot of people will even know about the minor ones, and not even realize that they even get their own book in the Bible. They may not be very long, but that doesn't mean that they're not relevant. So, who are they? What were they about? Pastor Mark brings about a new sermon series called "Majoring in the Minors", and starts off with Hosea. Hosea's life was perfectly relevant to the people of Israel to how to stay with God, and you might be surprised by how his life is still applicable to today. The sermon that starts everything off is located right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 5
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03-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Hosea - Pastor Mark Rossington

02-23-2014 Making the Most Out of the Bible- Pastor Mark Rossington

Reading is something that most of us do when we are either waiting for an appointment, or do it as a leisurely activity for the joy of it. There are so many books out there to suit anyone's needs that it's really rare that someone can't find something to read. When you ask someone what they like to read a myriad of answers will come about, and they will even tell you what they don't care to read. Now, if you ask someone if they've read the Bible, most of the time the answer will be a 'no' and a whole bunch of reasons will come out. One of which will be because it's too long or because they don't understand it. What can be done about this? Is there a solution? To kick off a series that will be used occasionally, Pastor Mark starts off by talking about how anyone can approach the Bible and the teaching in it. It turns out that it's not as scary or as tasking as it appears to be. That new and here-and-there sermon series can be found right here.

-1 s2014 FEB 26
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02-23-2014 Making the Most Out of the Bible- Pastor Mark Rossington

Latest Episodes

04-09-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Malachi - Pastor Mark Rossgington

One things that tends to happen when one goes to church a lot is that we tend to go through the motions. We say the right words, we pray, we listen to the sermon, sing some hymns, and then leave. Wash, rinse, and repeat. We also have a habit of not taking repentance very seriously as an outcome of going through the motions, and it's not that we don't care it's just worship has now become a part of a routine. We might even think that when he ask for God for something He might not be listening, or that we don't think He's keeping a promise that He made to us. What do we do about it? In the final part of the series, Pastor Mark talks about Malachi, and how he has the answers to those questions and more. The words he spoke hundreds of years ago can still be applied to us and help us along in our journey with God. The whole sermon series can be found right over here.

-1 s2014 APR 12
Comments
04-09-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Malachi - Pastor Mark Rossgington

04-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Haggai - Pastor Mark Rossington

With life comes responsibilities that we take on as we get older and older, and at some point we have to make a list of what's important and what isn't. We have to prioritize our life so that we don't get bogged down with a bunch of stuff that isn't important, or are just fun stuff that can put on the back burner until we get some free time. When we do make a list, what goes at the top? Family? Work? What about God? The next minor prophet that Pastor Mark talks about is Haggai, and he was all about placing God at the top and making sure that He is a top priority. While he may be talking about the Israelites rebuilding the Temple and having God come first, that message is still pretty important to us today since we tend to put Him last in our lives. That part in the series, as well as the others, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 APR 12
Comments
04-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Haggai - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-30-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Zephaniah - Pastor Mark Rossington

When we hear something over and over again we tend to not take it so seriously, or even might make it into something that's part of a routine. In any case, it goes in one ear and out the other. It's not out of irritation or exasperation, but we've heard it one to many times and we don't care to hear it anymore. Is that always a good thing though? Just because we heard it one too many times, does that mean we can take it for granted? In the ninth part of Pastor Mark's "Majoring in the Minors" series, the book of Zephaniah is explored. While Zephaniah's life is pretty much vanilla when compared to the other minor prophets, his message certainly isn't and is more like a rocky road in his words to all of us. That sermon, as well as the previous ones in the current series, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 APR 2
Comments
03-30-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Zephaniah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-26-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Habakkuk - Pastor Mark Rossington

There are things that happen in life that are incredibly unfair, and the question that always pops is, "why?". It's a fair question to ask, but it seems like no one has an answer for it. Anger and frustration start to mount and normally resentment comes not too far behind. The toughest of questions are typically met with silence, so it's safe to assume that there isn't answer, right? Not quite. In the eighth part in the series called Majoring in the Minors, Pastor Mark talks about Habakkuk and how he's the perfect guide on the road to getting those answers. His book in the Bible will surprise many since not a whole lot of people know what he has to say, and what he does have to say is rather helpful. That sermon, as well as the others before it, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 29
Comments
03-26-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Habakkuk - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-16-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Jonah - Pastor Mark Rossington

We all know someone that we either can't stand to be around, or even down right hate because of something they've done. We might even go so far as to mentally wish that not matter what they try to accomplish that they fail miserably, and if they try to change their life around it doesn't work. While we may think that we are in the "right" to think and hope that, but is it really fair? Continuing on with the sermon series on the minor prophets, Pastor Mark talks about Jonah and the famous Bible story of him being eaten by a big fish. While that may be the most well-known part of the book, but there are some details in that book that are not as well-known. The events in his life may not be applicable because of the extra-ordinary nature of it, but his thoughts on who deserves what and what God has to say about it certainly does. That sermon can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 19
Comments
03-16-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Jonah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-12-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Obadiah - Pastor Mark Rossington

People bullying other people around isn't something new, nor is it something that's left behind in the various grade school levels. It evolves when people are grown up and are into their chosen career fields, so it's something that everyone must have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. It's easy to feel alone and isolated, and even give up hope after a while, so what can be done about it? Who has our backs when this happens? Pastor Mark talks about the next minor prophet, Obadiah, and is probably the least known and preached about. Even though it's a short book in the Bible, Obadiah has a lot of history in it and gives some really good insight and advice that can be used today. If you would like to know more, you can find that sermon right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 14
Comments
03-12-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Obadiah - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-09-2014 Amos- Pastor Mark Rossington

One of the unfortunate aspects of life that we hear all the time is people of power taking advantage of people who do not have very much power, or none at all. Those are the ones that we catch, and there are many others that go by unnoticed. It's situations like those that change history and human condition, and it even goes way back to ancient times, even described in the Bible before Jesus came along. While it may not be something new, was there someone talking about it? If there was, what did they have to say? Pastor Mark talks about the minor prophet Amos, and his life is actually full of surprises. Amos had a lot to say about the powerful in the various nations that were around in those times, and what he did have to say is still very much relevant for us today. That Sunday sermon on Amos, as well as the others, can be found right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 12
Comments
03-09-2014 Amos- Pastor Mark Rossington

03-05-2014 Ash Wednesday- Joel - Pastor Mark Rossington

We've now come to the time known as Lent and that starts things off with Ash Wednesday, and it's also a time of personal reflection. A time where we look back at the things we've done right and the things we've done wrong, and to make some course corrections in the latter area. Basically a time to repent for the things we've done to others. On this Ash Wednesday service, Pastor Mark continues on with his sermon series called "Majoring in the Minors" by talking about Joel. So what does this farmer from the Old Testament have to do with Lent and repenting? Plenty, actually. So why don't you head on over here, and give it a listen, won't you?

-1 s2014 MAR 8
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03-05-2014 Ash Wednesday- Joel - Pastor Mark Rossington

03-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Hosea - Pastor Mark Rossington

If you were to ask anyone about the name's of the prophets from the Bible you would probably get the major ones like Elijah and Isaiah. Which is fair since they are the most popular prophets, and even the most talked about. Not a whole lot of people will even know about the minor ones, and not even realize that they even get their own book in the Bible. They may not be very long, but that doesn't mean that they're not relevant. So, who are they? What were they about? Pastor Mark brings about a new sermon series called "Majoring in the Minors", and starts off with Hosea. Hosea's life was perfectly relevant to the people of Israel to how to stay with God, and you might be surprised by how his life is still applicable to today. The sermon that starts everything off is located right here.

-1 s2014 MAR 5
Comments
03-02-2014 Majoring in the Minors- Hosea - Pastor Mark Rossington

02-23-2014 Making the Most Out of the Bible- Pastor Mark Rossington

Reading is something that most of us do when we are either waiting for an appointment, or do it as a leisurely activity for the joy of it. There are so many books out there to suit anyone's needs that it's really rare that someone can't find something to read. When you ask someone what they like to read a myriad of answers will come about, and they will even tell you what they don't care to read. Now, if you ask someone if they've read the Bible, most of the time the answer will be a 'no' and a whole bunch of reasons will come out. One of which will be because it's too long or because they don't understand it. What can be done about this? Is there a solution? To kick off a series that will be used occasionally, Pastor Mark starts off by talking about how anyone can approach the Bible and the teaching in it. It turns out that it's not as scary or as tasking as it appears to be. That new and here-and-there sermon series can be found right here.

-1 s2014 FEB 26
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02-23-2014 Making the Most Out of the Bible- Pastor Mark Rossington
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