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Woodcreek Church

Woodcreek Church

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Woodcreek is a non-denominational bible church whose mission is to “help and encourage people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.” This podcast includes our weekly sermons and additional media relating to those messages. Please feel free to

Latest Episodes

Uncensored Savior #5

On the Day of Judgment some will be surprised when Jesus tells them to depart because he never knew them. These are perhaps some of the scariest verses in the Bible. How can we be sure that we will not hear those words? Matthew 7:21-23

21 min17 h ago
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Uncensored Savior #5

Uncensored Savior #4

In this passage, we read about 3 men trying to follow Jesus. Each one of these men and Jesus' response to them reflects the very real cost of following Jesus. What will it cost you to follow Jesus? Luke 9::59-62

31 min1 w ago
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Uncensored Savior #4

Uncensored Savior #3

In John 6 Jesus told people that unless they ate his flesh and drank his blood, they wouldn't have eternal life. What did he mean and why would he say it in a way that seemed to push people away? John chapter 6

33 min2 w ago
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Uncensored Savior #3

Uncensored Savior #2

In Matthew 22 political opponents join forces to try and trap Jesus in a question about taxes. Jesus’ response is an opportunity for all of us to consider what we owe to the government and what we owe to God. Matthew 22:15-22

30 min3 w ago
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Uncensored Savior #2

Uncensored Savior #1

Following Jesus is costly...it may cost you in terms of family, time, money, safety, security and any host of other things. But following Jesus is worth it. Jesus' disciples gave up their earthly lives following Jesus, but gained an eternity with Jesus. Luke 14:25-27 and Matthew 10:37-39

22 minNOV 2
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Uncensored Savior #1

Messiah #8

The Messiah's Eternal Kingdom brings the hope of His Demolition Project (defeating the devil, death, and evil), and His Construction Project (building a new creation and new humanity). In light of this hope, we can build His kingdom now. Revelation 20: 11-15; 21:1-6; 22:1-5

37 minOCT 26
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Messiah #8

Messiah #7

In the letter to the Hebrews, 1st century Jewish Christians were encouraged to persevere in their faith by remembering that Jesus is better than the things they formerly trusted in. This remains true for us today. Jesus is better so keep the faith! Hebrews

32 minOCT 19
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Messiah #7

Messiah #6

Throughout the book of Matthew, which was the reading for all of week 6, we see Christ meet needs through miracles in order to prove he is the Messiah, to remove any hindrance from hearing the good news, and to create others who shared the good news. Matt 9:9-13, Matt 15:32-39, Matt 14:22-31

29 minOCT 12
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Messiah #6

Messiah #5

The Apostle Peter tells us that we should be prepared to explain the hope we have in Jesus. Why is that important and how do we do it well? What do we do if we don't know the answers or feel confident sharing them? 1 Peter 3:8, 15-16, 2 Timothy 2:23-26

31 minOCT 5
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Messiah #5

Messiah #4

Jesus our Messiah demonstrated true humility. This is all the more incredible when one considers that he is the creator and sustainer of all creation; supreme over all things. As his followers, we should be humble, too. Philippians 2:1-11 and Colossians 1:15-20

32 minSEP 28
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Messiah #4

Latest Episodes

Uncensored Savior #5

On the Day of Judgment some will be surprised when Jesus tells them to depart because he never knew them. These are perhaps some of the scariest verses in the Bible. How can we be sure that we will not hear those words? Matthew 7:21-23

21 min17 h ago
Comments
Uncensored Savior #5

Uncensored Savior #4

In this passage, we read about 3 men trying to follow Jesus. Each one of these men and Jesus' response to them reflects the very real cost of following Jesus. What will it cost you to follow Jesus? Luke 9::59-62

31 min1 w ago
Comments
Uncensored Savior #4

Uncensored Savior #3

In John 6 Jesus told people that unless they ate his flesh and drank his blood, they wouldn't have eternal life. What did he mean and why would he say it in a way that seemed to push people away? John chapter 6

33 min2 w ago
Comments
Uncensored Savior #3

Uncensored Savior #2

In Matthew 22 political opponents join forces to try and trap Jesus in a question about taxes. Jesus’ response is an opportunity for all of us to consider what we owe to the government and what we owe to God. Matthew 22:15-22

30 min3 w ago
Comments
Uncensored Savior #2

Uncensored Savior #1

Following Jesus is costly...it may cost you in terms of family, time, money, safety, security and any host of other things. But following Jesus is worth it. Jesus' disciples gave up their earthly lives following Jesus, but gained an eternity with Jesus. Luke 14:25-27 and Matthew 10:37-39

22 minNOV 2
Comments
Uncensored Savior #1

Messiah #8

The Messiah's Eternal Kingdom brings the hope of His Demolition Project (defeating the devil, death, and evil), and His Construction Project (building a new creation and new humanity). In light of this hope, we can build His kingdom now. Revelation 20: 11-15; 21:1-6; 22:1-5

37 minOCT 26
Comments
Messiah #8

Messiah #7

In the letter to the Hebrews, 1st century Jewish Christians were encouraged to persevere in their faith by remembering that Jesus is better than the things they formerly trusted in. This remains true for us today. Jesus is better so keep the faith! Hebrews

32 minOCT 19
Comments
Messiah #7

Messiah #6

Throughout the book of Matthew, which was the reading for all of week 6, we see Christ meet needs through miracles in order to prove he is the Messiah, to remove any hindrance from hearing the good news, and to create others who shared the good news. Matt 9:9-13, Matt 15:32-39, Matt 14:22-31

29 minOCT 12
Comments
Messiah #6

Messiah #5

The Apostle Peter tells us that we should be prepared to explain the hope we have in Jesus. Why is that important and how do we do it well? What do we do if we don't know the answers or feel confident sharing them? 1 Peter 3:8, 15-16, 2 Timothy 2:23-26

31 minOCT 5
Comments
Messiah #5

Messiah #4

Jesus our Messiah demonstrated true humility. This is all the more incredible when one considers that he is the creator and sustainer of all creation; supreme over all things. As his followers, we should be humble, too. Philippians 2:1-11 and Colossians 1:15-20

32 minSEP 28
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Messiah #4
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