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10 Classics from the 1970’sIf you were at East Hill Church in its formative years, you remember Jerry’s preaching – the direct exhortation, the endearing humor and the conviction and passion with which he spoke. If you’ve never heard Jerry teach as the Senior Pastor of a church, beware! This is Jerry unfiltered, bringing spirit-inspired insights into our real lives with power, straight talk and the love of a father. Ten CDs include over 8 hours of teaching and worship. View the CD Titles.
"The Radical Relocation of God (Why I'm Pentecostal)"
Unless our theology allows the total presence of Jesus to be immediate and directly present in every life situation and in us right where we are, all we're doing is worshipping history. Jerry observes the three stages of God's coming to man and outlines the practical implications for the church in the current stage, "Christ in us, the hope of glory." Based on Colossians 1:27
"Following Jesus in the Moment"
What does it mean to follow Jesus? We know the theology, but what's the practical reality of living with Jesus, having His presence here with us right now? We're not where we are by happenstance. Every moment is filled with potential, possibility, excitement -- a reality we could easily miss, never to be recovered. Following Jesus is stepping into that stream of life in which the work of the kingdom can be accomplished in a mere moment, if only we're aware and willing. Based on I Corinthians 13:12.
"Jesus' Faith is Sufficient"
"Consider it joy when you encounter trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance." That's a difficult statement. Surely James did not understand the trials we face today. Does God really bring "trials" to test our faith? If so, where do we go for help? Jerry shares insights about joy in the midst of trial when Jesus met him during his bout with cancer. Learn how you can use this principle practically during your most trying times. Based on James 1:1-8.
"Women in the Ministry"
On the Day of Pentecost, everyone present received the Holy Spirit, authenticating who would be ministers in the last days. Satan loves to limit the capacity of the church, even using debates the Bible is very clear on. If we're going to fulfill God's intention for this age, we can't disqualify anyone. Jesus needs to be expressed in men, women, boys and girls. Based on Gal. 3, Joel 2, Acts 2.
"Writing the Agenda of Your Life"
Jesus didn't come into our world to be with us, or even adjust us or fix us. He came to show us true reality. Life with Him is the beginning of eternity--life beyond anything we could think of. He shines a light on how much more life is than what we've made it. How do we invest our lives for eternity? Who is writing the agenda of your life? Is Jesus' reality determining the direction of your life? Based on Luke 2:41-52.
"And the Word is Still Becoming Flesh"
With the new covenant, God reached beyond the words of prophets and came to us in the flesh. He put his words into human life in Jesus. But it doesn't end there, He's not done. As He dwells with you, the Word continues to become flesh through your life. You are the way He continues to bring Himself alive in the world around you. Based on Hebrews 1 & John 1.
"Managing Anger During Crisis"
Crises cause us to ask important questions. Pursuing those answers gives us new insights and perspectives. Just two weeks after the events of 9-11, Jerry asks, "As Christians, what do we do with the anger? Is anger allowed or is it sinful"? We don't have to allow anger to determine our direction or fear to dictate our responses. This message outlines four handles to help gain perspective during anger. Based on Matt. 5:21-26; Eph. 4:26-27; Eph. 5:15-20.
"Structuring Your Life "Christianly"
Is your life adding up to what's important in God's eyes? Many people fill their lives with Christian activities and completely miss the point. It's easy to let the pursuits of our lives detract from what's important. We need to start with the view of what's important to God, and structure our lives to accomplish it. The same principle applies to a church. When a church or a life is properly aligned, the proper mission is accomplished. Based on John 13:34-35.
"Living from the Inside Out"
There’s a way of viewing reality that keeps you from truly experiencing God. Most of us are used to thinking that Christianity depends on our behaviors or beliefs and how they measure up. Behaviors and beliefs are important, but they aren’t what makes you Christian; they don’t measure what God considers important. Jesus doesn’t start with your mind or your behavior; He starts with a relationship. Based on Luke 14:1-6.
"Sighting in on the New Man"
If you continue living as you are right now, will you be where God wants you in the next year…in five years…in 10 years? Because we are living with a fallen nature, sometimes where we think we’re headed is not actually where we will end up. Just as a rifle needs to be “sighted in” in order to hit what you’re aiming at, when we become a new creature in Christ, we must sight ourselves in to a new reality. Just a small adjustment can make a huge difference. God wants to sight us in, so we are truly living in alignment with His purposes for us. Based on Colossians 3:1-16.
"Acceptance: The Gift of Significance"
Acceptance is an action. It says, “Because I accept you, I will act in ways that maintain that acceptance.” It’s also a lifestyle, a way of thinking. With Christ as our example, Jerry and Barbara share seven practical habits for living a lifestyle of acceptance. Whether in a marriage or in a church body, adopting these habits will enable you to apply the Biblical meaning and power of acceptance in your relationships. Based on Romans 15:7.
"The Book of John: The 'I Am' Revealed"
As Jesus’ best friend, John presents an inside look at who Jesus is and who He reveals the Father to be. John portrays seven titles and seven miracles that undeniably reveal Jesus as God, the I Am of the Old Testament. That same I Am lives in you and empowers your life for greatness. Discover who I Am is and can be in your life.
"Living in the Peace of Christ"
One of the blessings Christ brings is peace. Experiencing his peace brings healing and health. Living in His peace expresses Jesus to those around us. God wants to bless all people, and He chooses to do that through us, His children. Peace is one of the ways through which we can receive His blessing and share it with others. We are receivers and dispensers of His peace, a community where the peace of God is seen, felt and brings power to life. Based on II Thessalonians 3:16.
"Love, Acceptance, & Forgiveness"
"They will know we are Christians by our love." What does it mean to love your neighbor? How do we show love to unloveable people? Understanding how God loves us frees us to love.
"Making Wise Decisions"
Seemingly small decisions can sometimes be life-changing; but which ones? And when we know the right decision, how do we accomplish it? God can use our decisions to heal us and restore our lives. Based on Proverbs 19:3
"Be a Benedictory"
Just as we desire to bless our children, God desires to bless us and use us to bless those around us. As the source of peace, He gives us all we need to be His peace and blessing in our community. Based on II Thessalonians 3:16.
"Qualities Available Through Faith"
How do you come to have faith in God? This message will answer that question and explain the seven qualities available to you when you have faith, and how to practically apply them in your life. Based on II Peter 1:1-7.
"Cultural Spiritual Warfare"
The armor of God is not just for the hard times, but for your everyday life. Using these tools every day prepares you to be a part of what God's doing in the world around you. Based on Ephesians 6.
"An Invitation to Friendship"
The thing God values most is relationship. Friendship with God is primary to all our other relationships. When we understand friendship, we live together differently. A community of friends reflects Christ. Based on John 15:12.
"How to Hear God"
How you hear is directly tied to how you act upon what you just heard. Therefore, the way you hear God can either hinder or enable Christ's work in your life. Possibly the circumstances of your life are not what need changing--the way you hear God does. Based on Luke 8:4-18.
Sometimes life has a way of keeping us focused on things that aren't important and causes us to miss the things that are. Psalm 25:1-5 is a picture of lifting the most important part of ourself to God--our soul, putting our trust in Him, and letting Him guide us. This kind of relationship with Him has life-changing power.
"Gifts Worthy of A King"
"Keeping Your Focus in Life"
Change is inevitable. And during times of change are when we're at risk of veering off course, running aground and possibly stagnating or following a dangerous tangent that again will change and send us further from our purpose. Jesus Christ is the only one impervious to the changing tides of life. He is the only anchor. When you know how to keep your focus on Him, you insure your future through times of change.
"Living the Promise of Marriage"
"The Church as a Force"