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Missio Dei Fellowship is a multi-campus, Southern-Baptist church in Southeastern Wisconsin. We are devoted to God's Word, and thus - the exegetical and expositional preaching of it. Pastored by Matthew Henry (Kenosha) and Matt Miller (Oak Creek).

Latest Episodes

A Mighty Fortress is Our God

There are three clear divisions within Psalm 46 showing that God is a stability to His people in the midst of a broken and chaotic world. Verses 1-3 display God as a refuge and strength during natural disaster. Verses 4-7 speak of God as a refuge and strength during political and social disaster. Verses 8-11 then reveal God as a refuge and strength in the midst of all disaster, but specifically in light of the fact that at the end of all days, God will make an end to all disaster. At the same time this provides ample hope for those in Christ, it serves as a dire warning to those who are not under the shadow of His wings.

48 MINMAR 22
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A Mighty Fortress is Our God

The God Who is Just (Part III)

The themes of judgment and salvation in the book of Micah ultimately fall against the backdrop of God’s covenant faithfulness to Israel. God’s covenant love is much more than a simple feeling or a disposition of kindness; it is a unique love set upon Israel as a result of God’s loyalty to the covenant He made with Abraham. He not only promises to bless Israel’s obedience, but to confront and judge the evil of His people in their disobedience. Yet this portrayal of justice is ultimately what leads to hope, because we see that God’s greater purposes are not to condemn and destroy, but to redeem and restore.

55 MINMAR 15
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The God Who is Just (Part III)

Coming to Jesus

We begin the healing section of Luke's Gospel. Intimately attached to Jesus' healing miracles is His authority to forgive sin. This is a wonderful account of Jesus' purifying work. Not only can the sinner be cleansed from their sin, but they can become legally right before the just judgments of God's perfect Law. Yet, where the Law condemns, Jesus makes well. The only condition is that we must come to Jesus as this leper comes; desperately, worshipfully, hastily, humbly, and believing. If we bring the full weight of our wretched sin to Christ, He is forever willing, and eternally able, to forgive.

63 MINMAR 8
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Coming to Jesus

The Kingdom of God and The Millennium

Before any honest examination of the Kingdom of God can occur the student must be aware of some of the forces in theology that exert pressure on this subject. Perhaps the greatest are the various ways people view the 1,000 years described in Revelation 20. How are we to understand them? Are they literal, non-literal or a mix of the two? In this sermon we unpack the various positions to make the listener aware of each position while making the argument for a premillennial perspective. In reality this sermon is merely a precursor to a much larger examination on the nature of the Kingdom in light of what the Scripture actually says as opposed to specific systems of theology.

69 MINMAR 1
Comments
The Kingdom of God and The Millennium

God, Gladness, & Glory

Why does God do anything He does? This Psalm reveals the answer. It is a passionate Psalm in which God reveals His singular passion to glorify His name. His highest priority, and ultimate goal, is to gather worshipers from every nation of the earth to praise Him for His grace. He is passionate for the spread of His name, and His fame is the central reason He acts, moves, loves, or does anything He does. When we understand that God blesses us for the purpose of blessing others, but in order that they might, then, bless the name of God, He gets the glory, and we get the joy.

59 MINFEB 23
Comments
God, Gladness, & Glory

The Importance of The Kingdom of God

Opinions abound regarding the Kingdom of God but often those opinions are without the foundation of serious study. Sadly, what is such a wonderful doctrine becomes something that can create anger and factions within the church rather than promote joy and expectant hope. In this excursus from Acts it is hoped that we can learn what is the Kingdom of God and why it is important to love and know. In the process we will spend a lot of time looking at passages that are often simply overlooked by too many.

57 MINFEB 16
Comments
The Importance of The Kingdom of God

The Mission Mandate: Teach

Jesus' instruction to the church is clear - make disciples! The ongoing aspect of this mandate is to make disciples by teaching them. Many view the teaching aspect of discipleship as merely reading through a book with someone in a coffee shop. However, it is far more broad, and involves opening up your entire life to a person. This sermon explores the concept of teaching, and calls the church to consider how they can best obey this principle in its multi-faceted aspects.

64 MINFEB 9
Comments
The Mission Mandate: Teach

The School of Christ

Prior to the ascension of Jesus Christ He spent a significant amount of time instructing His Apostles for their life of ministry. In this incredible time of schooling key subjects were taught: specifically, His resurrection, extensive teaching on the Kingdom of God, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, their calling to be witnesses throughout the earth, His ascension and the promise of His return.

59 MINFEB 2
Comments
The School of Christ

The Mission Mandate: Go

Jesus' instruction to the church is clear - make disciples! Yet this command is impossible to obey if we do not heed the starting principle-- we must go. This sermon explores the concept of going, and calls the church to consider how their current lifestyle hinders obedience to this most important mandate.

57 MINJAN 26
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The Mission Mandate: Go

The Apostolic Witness of The Resurrection

As we enter into this important book Luke reminds us that there are some huge theological realities that ought to govern our thinking and interpretation of life as it unfolds. In these first several verses we are introduced to the authority and mission of the Apostles, the reality and centrality of the resurrection and the necessity of the Kingdom of God. In this message we will see how the resurrection and the testimony of the Apostles was key to preparing the Church to go forth with the gospel.

55 MINJAN 19
Comments
The Apostolic Witness of The Resurrection

Latest Episodes

A Mighty Fortress is Our God

There are three clear divisions within Psalm 46 showing that God is a stability to His people in the midst of a broken and chaotic world. Verses 1-3 display God as a refuge and strength during natural disaster. Verses 4-7 speak of God as a refuge and strength during political and social disaster. Verses 8-11 then reveal God as a refuge and strength in the midst of all disaster, but specifically in light of the fact that at the end of all days, God will make an end to all disaster. At the same time this provides ample hope for those in Christ, it serves as a dire warning to those who are not under the shadow of His wings.

48 MINMAR 22
Comments
A Mighty Fortress is Our God

The God Who is Just (Part III)

The themes of judgment and salvation in the book of Micah ultimately fall against the backdrop of God’s covenant faithfulness to Israel. God’s covenant love is much more than a simple feeling or a disposition of kindness; it is a unique love set upon Israel as a result of God’s loyalty to the covenant He made with Abraham. He not only promises to bless Israel’s obedience, but to confront and judge the evil of His people in their disobedience. Yet this portrayal of justice is ultimately what leads to hope, because we see that God’s greater purposes are not to condemn and destroy, but to redeem and restore.

55 MINMAR 15
Comments
The God Who is Just (Part III)

Coming to Jesus

We begin the healing section of Luke's Gospel. Intimately attached to Jesus' healing miracles is His authority to forgive sin. This is a wonderful account of Jesus' purifying work. Not only can the sinner be cleansed from their sin, but they can become legally right before the just judgments of God's perfect Law. Yet, where the Law condemns, Jesus makes well. The only condition is that we must come to Jesus as this leper comes; desperately, worshipfully, hastily, humbly, and believing. If we bring the full weight of our wretched sin to Christ, He is forever willing, and eternally able, to forgive.

63 MINMAR 8
Comments
Coming to Jesus

The Kingdom of God and The Millennium

Before any honest examination of the Kingdom of God can occur the student must be aware of some of the forces in theology that exert pressure on this subject. Perhaps the greatest are the various ways people view the 1,000 years described in Revelation 20. How are we to understand them? Are they literal, non-literal or a mix of the two? In this sermon we unpack the various positions to make the listener aware of each position while making the argument for a premillennial perspective. In reality this sermon is merely a precursor to a much larger examination on the nature of the Kingdom in light of what the Scripture actually says as opposed to specific systems of theology.

69 MINMAR 1
Comments
The Kingdom of God and The Millennium

God, Gladness, & Glory

Why does God do anything He does? This Psalm reveals the answer. It is a passionate Psalm in which God reveals His singular passion to glorify His name. His highest priority, and ultimate goal, is to gather worshipers from every nation of the earth to praise Him for His grace. He is passionate for the spread of His name, and His fame is the central reason He acts, moves, loves, or does anything He does. When we understand that God blesses us for the purpose of blessing others, but in order that they might, then, bless the name of God, He gets the glory, and we get the joy.

59 MINFEB 23
Comments
God, Gladness, & Glory

The Importance of The Kingdom of God

Opinions abound regarding the Kingdom of God but often those opinions are without the foundation of serious study. Sadly, what is such a wonderful doctrine becomes something that can create anger and factions within the church rather than promote joy and expectant hope. In this excursus from Acts it is hoped that we can learn what is the Kingdom of God and why it is important to love and know. In the process we will spend a lot of time looking at passages that are often simply overlooked by too many.

57 MINFEB 16
Comments
The Importance of The Kingdom of God

The Mission Mandate: Teach

Jesus' instruction to the church is clear - make disciples! The ongoing aspect of this mandate is to make disciples by teaching them. Many view the teaching aspect of discipleship as merely reading through a book with someone in a coffee shop. However, it is far more broad, and involves opening up your entire life to a person. This sermon explores the concept of teaching, and calls the church to consider how they can best obey this principle in its multi-faceted aspects.

64 MINFEB 9
Comments
The Mission Mandate: Teach

The School of Christ

Prior to the ascension of Jesus Christ He spent a significant amount of time instructing His Apostles for their life of ministry. In this incredible time of schooling key subjects were taught: specifically, His resurrection, extensive teaching on the Kingdom of God, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, their calling to be witnesses throughout the earth, His ascension and the promise of His return.

59 MINFEB 2
Comments
The School of Christ

The Mission Mandate: Go

Jesus' instruction to the church is clear - make disciples! Yet this command is impossible to obey if we do not heed the starting principle-- we must go. This sermon explores the concept of going, and calls the church to consider how their current lifestyle hinders obedience to this most important mandate.

57 MINJAN 26
Comments
The Mission Mandate: Go

The Apostolic Witness of The Resurrection

As we enter into this important book Luke reminds us that there are some huge theological realities that ought to govern our thinking and interpretation of life as it unfolds. In these first several verses we are introduced to the authority and mission of the Apostles, the reality and centrality of the resurrection and the necessity of the Kingdom of God. In this message we will see how the resurrection and the testimony of the Apostles was key to preparing the Church to go forth with the gospel.

55 MINJAN 19
Comments
The Apostolic Witness of The Resurrection
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