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Southeast Christian Church

Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, KY

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Southeast Christian Church

Southeast Christian Church

Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, KY

7
Followers
25
Plays
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Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY invites you to join us in Connecting with Jesus and one another through our weekly podcast with teaching from Senior Pastor Kyle Idleman.

Latest Episodes

For Better or Worse

Every wedding includes an exchanging of vows meant to solidify one’s commitment to the other. And while the words in the ceremony are heartfelt, their true definition is revealed through the circumstances that follow. More often than not, when the circumstances arise, the culture around us cries out for comfort and convenience rather than commitment. But in the “better and worse” of marriage, the example of Jesus is what teaches us how to increase our commitment when comfort is nowhere to be found. By God’s power vows aren’t just heartfelt exchanges for a day, but become holy commitments for life. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

38 MIN4 d ago
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For Better or Worse

Me to We

From the beginning, God’s heart for male and female was unity- that together and with God, we would be unified in fulling the purpose He set for us on this earth. Yet this topic meant exemplify God’s heart has continued to be a point of division throughout history. We live in a society where selfishness is often worn as a badge of honor, and sacrifice is a phrase for the weak-willed. But Jesus models a different way- a way of selfless servanthood that moves our lives and marriages toward God’s plans. Because when relationships shift from “me” to “we”, God’s power is best displayed. When relationships shift from “me” to “we”, the mission grows stronger. When relationships move from “me” to “we”, God’s grace is echoed into this world. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Me to We

One Need At A Time

The poor will always be among us, people with many needs- physical, spiritual, and emotional. However, we often use this phrase as an excuse to stay on the sidelines rather than as a motivator to get into the game. There will always be needs, and we are given the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus as we meet the needs of the world with the news of a God who provides every good thing. In Matthew we see Jesus on a mountainside with a mountain of needs all around him. Rather than growing overwhelmed or apathetic, Jesus looked at what God had placed around Him to meet those needs. With a few loaves of bread and fish, we get a front row seat in this story to seeing how God provides when we give Him the little we have to meet the needs of another. Imagine if we began to look at the environments and resources around us as opportunities to let God do a work that only He can. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

39 MIN2 w ago
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One Need At A Time

One Meal At A Time

Jesus often used meals to engage with people and teach important lessons to them. Each meal carried a deeper meaning simply by who sat around the table. In Luke 19, we see Jesus accept an invitation to a meal by someone that would’ve turned the heads of the religious. And it is in this one meal, that one man’s life is transformed forever. Jesus was willing to do whatever He needed to make sure Zacchaeus knew His love, and it all started with a meal. In the Kingdom of God, tables become places of testimony and meals can become agents of a greater message. Speaker: Dave Stone

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
One Meal At A Time

One Conversation At A Time - 920

We have them every single day of our lives: conversations. And within each conversation we carry the opportunity to press deeper into the heart of the person in front of us. For Jesus, merely interacting with the woman in John 4 was a conversation in itself, but He took it one step further. He saw her, He acknowleged her, and He pressed in even when she stepped back. Jesus took the conversation as an opportunity to invite her into a life she didn’t even know was an option. We don’t know much about her life after this conversation, but we know that it caused her to go back and invite others to experience it for themselves. We can never now how fully God can use one conversation to bring someone to greater understanding of Him. And when the world steps back from these kinds of conversations, we want to commit this year to being people who press in for the sake of helping others experience this true life. Speaker: Matt Reagan

36 MINJAN 26
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One Conversation At A Time - 920

One Dollar At A Time

In God’s economy, the most generous are the ones who truly recognize and respond in faith to the One who owns it all to begin with. These are the ones who see that money may give lifestyles, but it does not give life. While this is easy to say, it is hard to live. This week as we look at the story of a poor widow who gave her all, we want to take an honest assessment of whether or not our lives reflect her example. For her, the offering spoke of the way she lived her life- sacrificially. Everything she did- from her words to her finances reflected true faith in the God who provides it all. Imagine what would happen if we looked at each dollar as a name and gave it over with great faith? Offerings that not only cost us, but that force us into faith in a God who provides it all. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

33 MINJAN 19
Comments
One Dollar At A Time

One Decision At A Time

One decision has the power to transform someone’s life forever. This is clearly seen in the story of a brother who decided to tell his brother about Jesus. Andrew learns of this man named Jesus who has come to bring true life and a kingdom that never ends and the text says that “the first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, ‘We have found the Messiah’ (that is, the Christ).” Andrew’s decision to not only follow Jesus, but to find his brother, became the bedrock by which his brother’s ministry began. Andrew’s decision propelled him to bring Simon Peter to Jesus. And Jesus used this introduction to invite Peter into a life where he would be used by God to establish the Church. This one decision of Andrew still carries a ripple effect that is felt even now. What might the world look like if we chose to look at every decision as one that either brings someone closer to Jesus or pushes them away from Him? Speaker: Kyle Idleman

36 MINJAN 12
Comments
One Decision At A Time

One Day At A Time

It’s easy to look at someone making an impact and wonder how they got there. We often assume impact is instant, but more often it comes from the small daily decisions we make where we get about the Father’s business. We begin to experience true and lasting fruit in our lives when we take life one day at a time, and Jesus is our greatest example of this. Each day of his life built upon the other with focused purpose. His great impact came from his great intentionality in all things. In Luke 2 we want to specifically look at Jesus’ example for us as a young boy when he boldly states to his frazzled and distracted family that He had to be about His Father’s business. In this moment, we see how Jesus brought every mundane routine of life to a place of eternal value. He embraced every day as an opportunity to grow in wisdom and stature, and because he did we stand transformed by His intentionality. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

35 MINJAN 5
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One Day At A Time

Jesus Is Here | SE Online

Speaker: Matt Reagan

16 MIN2019 DEC 22
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Jesus Is Here | SE Online

Intentional Interruptions

At the news of Jesus’ birth, the Magi took intentional time to go to this newborn baby and give the best of themselves to Him. The journey took preparation, it carried with it obstacles and uncertainty, but their intentionality at the news of Jesus moved them to do whatever they needed to- regardless of inconveniences. Culture’s current interpretation of Christmas is one that centers on us- on what we want to receive and what we feel will satisfy us. But instead, we as believers choose to follow the example set through the Magi, of intentionally coming to a baby Jesus regardless of the cost. As they kneeled in worship to Him, they worshipped not because of what He could do for them as a helpless babe, but simply for who He is: the only one who can satisfy the deepest longings of our soul. Speaker: Albert Tate

48 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
Intentional Interruptions

Latest Episodes

For Better or Worse

Every wedding includes an exchanging of vows meant to solidify one’s commitment to the other. And while the words in the ceremony are heartfelt, their true definition is revealed through the circumstances that follow. More often than not, when the circumstances arise, the culture around us cries out for comfort and convenience rather than commitment. But in the “better and worse” of marriage, the example of Jesus is what teaches us how to increase our commitment when comfort is nowhere to be found. By God’s power vows aren’t just heartfelt exchanges for a day, but become holy commitments for life. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

38 MIN4 d ago
Comments
For Better or Worse

Me to We

From the beginning, God’s heart for male and female was unity- that together and with God, we would be unified in fulling the purpose He set for us on this earth. Yet this topic meant exemplify God’s heart has continued to be a point of division throughout history. We live in a society where selfishness is often worn as a badge of honor, and sacrifice is a phrase for the weak-willed. But Jesus models a different way- a way of selfless servanthood that moves our lives and marriages toward God’s plans. Because when relationships shift from “me” to “we”, God’s power is best displayed. When relationships shift from “me” to “we”, the mission grows stronger. When relationships move from “me” to “we”, God’s grace is echoed into this world. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Me to We

One Need At A Time

The poor will always be among us, people with many needs- physical, spiritual, and emotional. However, we often use this phrase as an excuse to stay on the sidelines rather than as a motivator to get into the game. There will always be needs, and we are given the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus as we meet the needs of the world with the news of a God who provides every good thing. In Matthew we see Jesus on a mountainside with a mountain of needs all around him. Rather than growing overwhelmed or apathetic, Jesus looked at what God had placed around Him to meet those needs. With a few loaves of bread and fish, we get a front row seat in this story to seeing how God provides when we give Him the little we have to meet the needs of another. Imagine if we began to look at the environments and resources around us as opportunities to let God do a work that only He can. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

39 MIN2 w ago
Comments
One Need At A Time

One Meal At A Time

Jesus often used meals to engage with people and teach important lessons to them. Each meal carried a deeper meaning simply by who sat around the table. In Luke 19, we see Jesus accept an invitation to a meal by someone that would’ve turned the heads of the religious. And it is in this one meal, that one man’s life is transformed forever. Jesus was willing to do whatever He needed to make sure Zacchaeus knew His love, and it all started with a meal. In the Kingdom of God, tables become places of testimony and meals can become agents of a greater message. Speaker: Dave Stone

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
One Meal At A Time

One Conversation At A Time - 920

We have them every single day of our lives: conversations. And within each conversation we carry the opportunity to press deeper into the heart of the person in front of us. For Jesus, merely interacting with the woman in John 4 was a conversation in itself, but He took it one step further. He saw her, He acknowleged her, and He pressed in even when she stepped back. Jesus took the conversation as an opportunity to invite her into a life she didn’t even know was an option. We don’t know much about her life after this conversation, but we know that it caused her to go back and invite others to experience it for themselves. We can never now how fully God can use one conversation to bring someone to greater understanding of Him. And when the world steps back from these kinds of conversations, we want to commit this year to being people who press in for the sake of helping others experience this true life. Speaker: Matt Reagan

36 MINJAN 26
Comments
One Conversation At A Time - 920

One Dollar At A Time

In God’s economy, the most generous are the ones who truly recognize and respond in faith to the One who owns it all to begin with. These are the ones who see that money may give lifestyles, but it does not give life. While this is easy to say, it is hard to live. This week as we look at the story of a poor widow who gave her all, we want to take an honest assessment of whether or not our lives reflect her example. For her, the offering spoke of the way she lived her life- sacrificially. Everything she did- from her words to her finances reflected true faith in the God who provides it all. Imagine what would happen if we looked at each dollar as a name and gave it over with great faith? Offerings that not only cost us, but that force us into faith in a God who provides it all. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

33 MINJAN 19
Comments
One Dollar At A Time

One Decision At A Time

One decision has the power to transform someone’s life forever. This is clearly seen in the story of a brother who decided to tell his brother about Jesus. Andrew learns of this man named Jesus who has come to bring true life and a kingdom that never ends and the text says that “the first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, ‘We have found the Messiah’ (that is, the Christ).” Andrew’s decision to not only follow Jesus, but to find his brother, became the bedrock by which his brother’s ministry began. Andrew’s decision propelled him to bring Simon Peter to Jesus. And Jesus used this introduction to invite Peter into a life where he would be used by God to establish the Church. This one decision of Andrew still carries a ripple effect that is felt even now. What might the world look like if we chose to look at every decision as one that either brings someone closer to Jesus or pushes them away from Him? Speaker: Kyle Idleman

36 MINJAN 12
Comments
One Decision At A Time

One Day At A Time

It’s easy to look at someone making an impact and wonder how they got there. We often assume impact is instant, but more often it comes from the small daily decisions we make where we get about the Father’s business. We begin to experience true and lasting fruit in our lives when we take life one day at a time, and Jesus is our greatest example of this. Each day of his life built upon the other with focused purpose. His great impact came from his great intentionality in all things. In Luke 2 we want to specifically look at Jesus’ example for us as a young boy when he boldly states to his frazzled and distracted family that He had to be about His Father’s business. In this moment, we see how Jesus brought every mundane routine of life to a place of eternal value. He embraced every day as an opportunity to grow in wisdom and stature, and because he did we stand transformed by His intentionality. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

35 MINJAN 5
Comments
One Day At A Time

Jesus Is Here | SE Online

Speaker: Matt Reagan

16 MIN2019 DEC 22
Comments
Jesus Is Here | SE Online

Intentional Interruptions

At the news of Jesus’ birth, the Magi took intentional time to go to this newborn baby and give the best of themselves to Him. The journey took preparation, it carried with it obstacles and uncertainty, but their intentionality at the news of Jesus moved them to do whatever they needed to- regardless of inconveniences. Culture’s current interpretation of Christmas is one that centers on us- on what we want to receive and what we feel will satisfy us. But instead, we as believers choose to follow the example set through the Magi, of intentionally coming to a baby Jesus regardless of the cost. As they kneeled in worship to Him, they worshipped not because of what He could do for them as a helpless babe, but simply for who He is: the only one who can satisfy the deepest longings of our soul. Speaker: Albert Tate

48 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
Intentional Interruptions
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