Apr 3, 2022
Saul’s Sad Ending
Series: Past Sermons
If you bring up the subject of death and you will get many different reactions from people. Some can easily and readily talk about it, and others cannot. As we turn to our text for today from 1 Samuel 31, we come to the very sad and tragic ending of the life of King Saul. Some might approach this chapter with a sense of relief. We know Saul’s demise and death are coming; they were prophesied by Samuel long ago in chapters 13, and 15. Join us as we say goodbye to King Saul. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022
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  • Apr 3, 2022Saul’s Sad Ending
    Apr 3, 2022
    Saul’s Sad Ending
    Series: Past Sermons
    If you bring up the subject of death and you will get many different reactions from people. Some can easily and readily talk about it, and others cannot. As we turn to our text for today from 1 Samuel 31, we come to the very sad and tragic ending of the life of King Saul. Some might approach this chapter with a sense of relief. We know Saul’s demise and death are coming; they were prophesied by Samuel long ago in chapters 13, and 15. Join us as we say goodbye to King Saul. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022
  • Mar 20, 2022Pursue: Wilderness of Sin
    Mar 20, 2022
    Pursue: Wilderness of Sin
    Series: Past Sermons
    Today we will be in 1 Samuel 27, 29 and 30. In these chapters we will notice that there is a very key person missing in the life of David, and that person is God. Isn’t that strange, here is David, the man after God’s own heart, and God is missing from this entire episode. How can that be? Join us as we see how David struggles to do life his own way instead of God’s. Do we ever choose that path? How do turn back? #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022 #QuestforaGodlyHeart
  • Mar 13, 2022Pursue: From Anger to Abigail
    Mar 13, 2022
    Pursue: From Anger to Abigail
    Series: Past Sermons
    This year our theme is Pursue, a quest for godly heart. And we are looking through the good and the bad of David’s life, to see what made him a man after God’s own heart. David is known by many things. A poet. A shepherd. A warrior. A King. A musician. A man after God’s own heart. Throughout this year we are going to look at the life of David, to learn from him so that we too can pursue a Godly heart. In chapters 24 and 26 we see David show such restraint and forgiveness, godly attributes that we should mirror. But what about 25? What happens in between these two times that David acts justly? Join us as we continue our Quest for a Godly Heart. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022
  • Feb 20, 2022Pursue: The Cave of Wonders
    Feb 20, 2022
    Pursue: The Cave of Wonders
    Series: Past Sermons
    Last week when we left David, he was dribbling saliva down his beard and scratching on the gate of the enemy like a madman. Realizing that his identity was known by the Philistines, David fakes insanity and then slipped out of the city of Gath. Once again, David is a man on the run and where do we find him? Join us as we discover the Cave of Wonders. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022
  • Feb 13, 2022Purse: Removing The Training Wheels
    Feb 13, 2022
    Purse: Removing The Training Wheels
    Series: Past Sermons
    How many of you had training wheels on your bikes? Those little side wheels attached to the back tire help give you stability on a bike. They are a great help when first learning how to ride a bike. Once we have learned to ride the bike, the training wheels should be removed, right? What if we are too afraid to let go of the training wheels? Many people are still finding their security in training wheels. In the things of this world. Sometimes we don’t even recognize that we are trusting in these things rather than in God. These training wheels of life become a sort of idol when we place our trust in them. Join us today as we pursue a heart like David. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022 #QuestForAGodlyHeart
  • Feb 7, 2022Pursue: Why Music
    Feb 7, 2022
    Pursue: Why Music
    Series: Past Sermons
    Each generation believes it has the best music. Rock, pop, rap, opera, jazz, R&B, and so on. Music is a powerful force. It gets our attention; it grabs our hearts; it transforms our souls. It can help heal broken hearts, encourage the downhearted. Music can rile up a stadium of fans. Music is a powerful force. Did you know music is powerful because God has made it that way? Join us as we find out why. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022 #QuestForAGodlyHeart
     
    Video Clips/Music used in the Sermon BUT UNABLE TO POST DUE TO COPYWRITE:
    Bill Haley- Rock Around The Clock
    Elvis- Jail House Rock
    Hank Williams-Hey Good Lookin’
    Supremes- Baby Love
    Beatles- I Want To Hold Your Hand
    The Mamas & The Papas- California Dreamin’
    Jackson 5- I Want You Back
    Bee Gees- Stayin’ Alive
    John Denver- Thank God I’m A Country Boy
    Van Halen- Jump
    Bruce Springsteen- Born In The USA
    Rick Astley- Never Gonna Give You Up
    Vanilla Ice- Ice Ice Baby
    Will Smith- Men In Black
    John Michael Montgomery- Sold *Nsync- Bye Bye Bye Jonas Brothers- Year 3000 Rascal Flatts- Life Is A Highway OneDirection- What Makes You Beautiful Pharrell Williams- Happy Owl City- When Can I See You Again
  • Jan 24, 2022Pursue: Quest For A Godly Heart
    Jan 24, 2022
    Pursue: Quest For A Godly Heart
    Series: Past Sermons
    As the new year begins, we are beginning a new focus, a new theme. There are so many things in this world that beckon us, that call us to chase after them. The loudest of those voices are generally fame and fortune but what does God want us to pursue? Join us as we begin 2022 on a journey, a quest to have a heart for God. Our theme for the year is Pursue: Quest For A Godly Heart. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Pursue2022 #QuestForAGodlyHeart
  • Jan 24, 2022Acts Unwrapped
    Jan 24, 2022
    Acts Unwrapped
    Series: Past Sermons
    Our theme for the year is Destination. All year long we have looked through the book of Acts. At times in great detail. All to help us see where God was leading us individually and corporately as the church. Through out this book, we have seen the church do some incredible Kingdom growth. But is there something else in here. Is there an underlying message? Let’s unwrap Acts. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Destination2021 #ActsUnwrapped
  • Jan 24, 2022Becoming A Gift Giver: Worship
    Jan 24, 2022
    Becoming A Gift Giver: Worship
    Series: Past Sermons
    This Christmas season we are looking at how we can become Gift Givers. Not gifts to our family and friends, but being a gift giver to God. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Destination2021 #BecomingAGiftGiver
  • Jan 24, 2022Becoming a Gift Giver: Joy
    Jan 24, 2022
    Becoming a Gift Giver: Joy
    Series: Past Sermons
    This Christmas season we are looking at how we can become Gift Givers. Not gifts to our family and friends, but being a gift giver to God. #stjoecofc #ComeAndSee #Destination2021 #BecomingAGiftGiver
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