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Unstoppable Force || Catch The Wind Week 4

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

42 min1 w ago
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Unstoppable Force || Catch The Wind Week 4

Changing Direction || Catch The Wind Week 3

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

41 min2 w ago
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Changing Direction || Catch The Wind Week 3

Moved To Action || Catch The Wind Week 2

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

41 min3 w ago
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Moved To Action || Catch The Wind Week 2

The Wind Is Blowing || Catch The Wind Week 1

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

36 minSEP 22
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The Wind Is Blowing || Catch The Wind Week 1

Seeing Past Pain | Running On Full Week 4

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

42 minSEP 14
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Seeing Past Pain | Running On Full Week 4

Dealing With Pressure | Running On Full Week 3

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

42 minSEP 7
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Dealing With Pressure | Running On Full Week 3

Overcoming Negativity | Running On Full Week 2

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

37 minAUG 31
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Overcoming Negativity | Running On Full Week 2

Finding Rest // Running On Full Week 1

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you.

39 minAUG 24
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Finding Rest // Running On Full Week 1

Eliminating Distractions // Accidental Faith Week 3

Following Jesus doesn’t happen accidentally. It requires intentional commitment. If the church is going to live out God’s mission during this season of uncertainty, it’s going to take intentionality. For some people, COVID-19 has been a wakeup call to spiritual living. For others, it’s been an excuse to coast. This series is all about making sure we’re not falling into the trap of spiritually coasting. Because coasting leads to laziness and laziness leads to negligence. Jesus has a plan and purpose for our lives, let’s be intentional about living for Him.

37 minAUG 17
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Eliminating Distractions // Accidental Faith Week 3

Changing Course // Accidental Faith Week 2

Following Jesus doesn’t happen accidentally. It requires intentional commitment. If the church is going to live out God’s mission during this season of uncertainty, it’s going to take intentionality. For some people, COVID-19 has been a wakeup call to spiritual living. For others, it’s been an excuse to coast. This series is all about making sure we’re not falling into the trap of spiritually coasting. Because coasting leads to laziness and laziness leads to negligence. Jesus has a plan and purpose for our lives, let’s be intentional about living for Him.

40 minAUG 10
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Changing Course // Accidental Faith Week 2

Latest Episodes

Unstoppable Force || Catch The Wind Week 4

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

42 min1 w ago
Comments
Unstoppable Force || Catch The Wind Week 4

Changing Direction || Catch The Wind Week 3

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

41 min2 w ago
Comments
Changing Direction || Catch The Wind Week 3

Moved To Action || Catch The Wind Week 2

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

41 min3 w ago
Comments
Moved To Action || Catch The Wind Week 2

The Wind Is Blowing || Catch The Wind Week 1

The Bible repeatedly uses “wind” as a metaphor to explain how God’s Spirit operates in the world. Wind is one of the only things we understand as both non-physical and tangible at the same time. We can’t hold it, but we don’t doubt its existence. We can see its influence and power all around us. So, if God’s Spirit operates like the wind, what should be our relationship to it? We need to “catch the wind.” In other words, we trust God to empower and drive our lives. Galatians 5:25 says: “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” In this series, we’re studying the book of Acts and seeing how the early church let God’s presence empower its mission.

36 minSEP 22
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The Wind Is Blowing || Catch The Wind Week 1

Seeing Past Pain | Running On Full Week 4

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

42 minSEP 14
Comments
Seeing Past Pain | Running On Full Week 4

Dealing With Pressure | Running On Full Week 3

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

42 minSEP 7
Comments
Dealing With Pressure | Running On Full Week 3

Overcoming Negativity | Running On Full Week 2

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you. • • • We know there are many great churches in Owasso so we recognize it's a big deal when you spend part of your weekend with us. • • • Join us this Sunday First Church in Owasso for in person worship (Sunday 9:30am and 11am) or online (Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 4:30pm & 6pm | Monday at 7:00pm).

37 minAUG 31
Comments
Overcoming Negativity | Running On Full Week 2

Finding Rest // Running On Full Week 1

In John 10:10, Jesus promises: “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” Are you living life on full or running on empty? All too often we don’t pay attention to the gauges of our lives to see if we’re emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually, etc. full. Jesus came so you could live a healthy, engaged, authentic, and fully charged you.

39 minAUG 24
Comments
Finding Rest // Running On Full Week 1

Eliminating Distractions // Accidental Faith Week 3

Following Jesus doesn’t happen accidentally. It requires intentional commitment. If the church is going to live out God’s mission during this season of uncertainty, it’s going to take intentionality. For some people, COVID-19 has been a wakeup call to spiritual living. For others, it’s been an excuse to coast. This series is all about making sure we’re not falling into the trap of spiritually coasting. Because coasting leads to laziness and laziness leads to negligence. Jesus has a plan and purpose for our lives, let’s be intentional about living for Him.

37 minAUG 17
Comments
Eliminating Distractions // Accidental Faith Week 3

Changing Course // Accidental Faith Week 2

Following Jesus doesn’t happen accidentally. It requires intentional commitment. If the church is going to live out God’s mission during this season of uncertainty, it’s going to take intentionality. For some people, COVID-19 has been a wakeup call to spiritual living. For others, it’s been an excuse to coast. This series is all about making sure we’re not falling into the trap of spiritually coasting. Because coasting leads to laziness and laziness leads to negligence. Jesus has a plan and purpose for our lives, let’s be intentional about living for Him.

40 minAUG 10
Comments
Changing Course // Accidental Faith Week 2
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