College Park Baptist Church, Cary, NC
[10/23/2022 PM] Being Angry Like Jesus (Ephesians 4:26-27)

[10/23/2022 PM] Being Angry Like Jesus (Ephesians 4:26-27)

October 23, 2022

Speaker: Matthew Walker

One of the most difficult thing for believers to do is control their emotions. For many men, especially, anger consumes their lives—how they drive, how they talk to others, how they interact with their families. Ephesians instructs us to live in a state of emotional control, not letting our anger take over. Tonight’s sermon explores the importance of Being Angry Like Jesus. 

[10/23/2022 AM] Diverging Paths (Mark 2:1-3:6)

[10/23/2022 AM] Diverging Paths (Mark 2:1-3:6)

October 23, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: The Gospel of Mark

American poet Robert Frost wrote of two diverging paths that wound through a forest. He could only choose one and his poem reflects his reasoning on which to take. Jesus also referred to two paths, and these also diverged: with one leading to eternal life and the other to eternal death. Today’s sermon looks at the diverging paths: the one taken by unbelievers who reject God‘s love and the other by Christians who accept it.

 

[10/16/2022 PM] Glorify God by Speaking the Truth (Ephesians 4:25)

[10/16/2022 PM] Glorify God by Speaking the Truth (Ephesians 4:25)

October 16, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: Unity in the Church

 

One way that we glorify God is that we live as the Lord Jesus lived. Our study in Ephesians 4 takes us to the various sins that have no place in the Christian life. Just as our old man has already been put away at salvation, so old man behaviors should be put away from us now so that we can show how we have “learned Christ.” The first thing we learn is how to Glorify God by Speaking the Truth (Ephesians 4:25).

[10/16/2022 AM] Opportunities and Barriers to  Evangelism (Mark 2:13-17)

[10/16/2022 AM] Opportunities and Barriers to Evangelism (Mark 2:13-17)

October 16, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: Communion Service

When I was a boy, my pastor would say: “God can save a sinner, but He won’t save a rebel.” The gospel call is unlimited; it is not limited by gender, ethnicity, or financial ability. It is not even limited by man’s depravity. God saves sinners by His grace. But God will not save those who refuse to acknowledge their sinfulness. The self-righteous are left out. In our efforts to gospelize our community, it is good to remember that we have Opportunities and Barriers to Evangelism.

[10/09/2022 PM] How to Get Along With Other Believers

[10/09/2022 PM] How to Get Along With Other Believers

October 9, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: Unity in the Church

 

One of the most practical portions of the New Testament is Paul’s encouragement in Ephesians 4 to be who you are in Christ. He argues forcefully that Christians should live like Christians and not like the unsaved world. This admonition is focused on how to live in harmony with other people. Tonight’s sermon begins a short series on Unity in the Church: How to Get Along With Other Believers.

The Healer of Souls (Mark 1:35-2:12)

The Healer of Souls (Mark 1:35-2:12)

October 9, 2022

In a by-gone era, the one-man band was a thing. A guy with a huge drum on his back, with cymbals and horns, and usually holding a guitar or an accordion, would play all of the instruments at once. Of course, it was a spectacle. Jesus was not a spectacle; He was a One-Man hospital, but His real intention was to preach. He healed men’s bodies, but His goal was to be The Healer of Souls. (Mark 1:35-2:12)

[10/02/2022 PM] What Christian Living Should Look Like (Galatians 1:1-18)

[10/02/2022 PM] What Christian Living Should Look Like (Galatians 1:1-18)

October 2, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: Galatians

No one likes to be called names. The old adage of “sticks and stones ...” has it all wrong because words do hurt. Name-calling, at least being on the receiving end, can be painful. So it is not fun to be called names, even ones as seemingly innocuous as “you’re a goodie-goodie” or “you’re holier than thou.” But isn’t that what we should be? At the end of Galatians, after untethering the Christian life from law-keeping, the Apostle Paul shows us What Christian Living Should Look Like (Galatians 1:1-18).

[10/02/2022 AM] If You Spent a Day With Jesus (Mark 1:21-34)

[10/02/2022 AM] If You Spent a Day With Jesus (Mark 1:21-34)

October 2, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Matthew Walker

Series: The Gospel of Mark

 

We have a world-changing faith—one that has the power to radically reshape everything about life and culture. It may not seem that way, but the gospel still changes the lives of those who believe it. Our God still sovereignly controls all things and has authority over the forces of evil. Our calling is to show God’s love to the world, even to those who least deserve it. While this may not be what many Christians experience (for various reasons), this is what you would see If You Spent a Day With Jesus (Mark 1:21-34).

[09/25/2022 PM] The Book of Acts: God’s Passion for Missions

[09/25/2022 PM] The Book of Acts: God’s Passion for Missions

September 25, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Joseph Jo

Series: Paul's Missionary Journeys

 

With Pastor Joe, we are starting a new series on Paul’s Missionary Journeys. Luke’s records of Paul’s three missionary journeys in Acts instruct us how we should reach the world with the gospel. Tonight, we will lay a foundation for the remainder of the series by studying important introductory matters to the Book of Acts. Tonight’s message: The Book of Acts: God’s Passion for Missions.

[09/25/2022 AM] Don’t Worry about Money (Matthew 6:24-33)

[09/25/2022 AM] Don’t Worry about Money (Matthew 6:24-33)

September 25, 2022

Speaker: Pastor Joseph Jo

Series: Salvation and Holiness

Influenced by the materialistic culture, we constantly worry about money. When we lack food, drink, or clothes, we think it is okay to worry about those things. But is it really okay to worry about them as God’s children? In today’s text, the Lord Jesus teaches us an invaluable lesson to pull us out of the materialistic culture. Today’s message: Don’t Worry about Money (Matthew 6:24-33).

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