September 13, 2015 | Josh McPherson
When God gives you a burden that breaks you, it's preparing you for kingdom vision that includes you. Want a God-sized vision? Get a God-sized burden.
September 20, 2015 | Josh McPherson
Nehemiah stands out as a man with a holy ambition. A gifted leader with a keen intellect, an exceptional motivator with a courageous constitution, a man of capacity and influence...how does a man with such pronounced leadership gifts begin a great work for the glory of God? This answer stands as a profound and helpful model for prayer, even as it points us ahead to a better Nehemiah to come.
September 25, 2016 | Josh McPherson
Pastor Josh delivers the the third installment of our "Nehemiah" series with the sermon titled "Prayer, Planning, and Providence"
October 04, 2015 | Josh McPherson
The book of Nehemiah is a leadership gold mine. In this sermon, Pastor Josh identifies the 6 key principles of a compelling leader, scalable to anyone leading anything anywhere. As well, he introduces GCC to the exciting new initiative to get our church family into a new home.
October 18, 2015 | Josh McPherson
In a chapter full of names that reads like a Hebrew phonebook, it'd be easy to skip over it as boring or unimportant. But nothing cold be further from the truth. In this sermon, Pastor Josh pulls out not only super practical leadership principles, but also unpacks a significant shift in redemptive history where we see Jesus as the better leader who invites, calls, equips, empowers, and releases to not just do the task of ministry but to take ownership in building the walls of the kingdom. The question is...are you in and what portion of the wall do you want?
October 25, 2015 | Josh McPherson
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November 29, 2015 | Adam James
The emphasis shifts in chapter 7 of Nehemiah from the work of preparing a place for the people, to the work of preparing a people for the place. Now that the wall is built, the focus is on rebuilding the hearts and unity of the people. Nehemiah calls for a census as he seeks to build a deeper unity on the shared heritage of the people who have already been brought back from captivity. In this sermon Pastor Adam shares five leadership principles and reminds us that God is committed to two things with his people: bringing his people home and making his people holy.
December 06, 2015 | Adam James
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