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A Call to Prayer
September 26, 2013

Pastor Jim Cymbala from Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City shares at the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference about the power of prayer. We're to call out to God in our time of need. He hears and wants to answer our prayers. We see in Mark that our faith can move God's hand in the life of others when we bring them into Jesus's presence in prayer. Is there someone God has placed on your heart to pray for?

Passage:Mark 2:1-11
Duration: 54 mins
The Temple Tax
September 26, 2013

Pastor Carter Conlon from Times Square Church in New York City exhorts attendees of the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference to be honest in their dealings with all people. We are ambassadors of truth, and dealing dishonestly with people ruins our testimony. As we are honest, Jesus is faithful to release a supernatural supply to accomplish all He calls us to do. Don't let natural thought and reasoning keep you from the supernatural work of Christ.

September 26, 2013

Pastor Gary Wilkerson wraps up the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference with a message about the blessings of God. We're not waiting to be blessed. We're not trying to figure out what to do or not to do to get blessed. We are already blessed in Christ.

Joy in a Painful Pastorate
September 25, 2013

Pastor Gary Wilkerson opens the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference talking about the pains that pastors and church leaders often face. The tendency is to numb, hide or suppress the pain, but God can use pain to speak into our life. Confess the pain and walk through it with trusted brothers and sisters in Christ. As pastors and church leaders, a lot of our time is spent helping other people deal with their problems. It is good, and it is what we are called to, but we must not neglect our own vineyard.

The Hardest Thing in the World
September 25, 2013

Pastor Jim Cymbala joins us once again for the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference. The hardest thing in the world right now is to share the gospel and see new souls come to Christ. We've diluted the gospel. We've added to it. In trying to make the gospel deeper or more complex, we've actually made it weaker. It's hard to see new souls come to Jesus because we've wandered from the simplicity and purity of the Good News.

Intrinsic Value and Identity
September 25, 2013

Teresa Conlon shares at our EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference about how highly valued we are by God. We must not only understand our worth in Christ, but also learn to see the value of others. In our modern world and culture we are facing an identity crisis. The church must reestablish our identity in Christ and come together in unity.

Duration: 47 mins
The Faithful Afflictions of God
September 25, 2013

Pastor Carter Conlon from Times Square Church in New York City joins us once again for the EXPECT 2013 Church Leadership Conference. Through the life of Joseph, we see how the afflictions that God allows in our life are used to form godly character in us—character that could be learned no other way. God is preparing a people to represent Him in these last days.

A Jesus Community on Mission
September 22, 2013

If you call yourself a Christian then you are a missionary. We are called by Christ to share the gospel, whether that be to the nations, our city, our family, etc. We must tend our own heart to make sure that we are healthy ambassadors. Most, if not all of us, have had to deal with tough situations in life. Situations that can leave wounds that may not be fully healed. We can only minister Christ's healing love to the measure by which we have received it ourselves. For many of us, the first thing we must do is seek and ask Jesus for healing in our own hearts.

*Both services can viewed in their entirety on our Livestream channel


Duration: 43 mins
Common Unity – Part 2
September 15, 2013

Most of us today have experienced hurts that cause us to shut down emotionally and pursue false intimacy. We aren't able to experience the deep relationships for which God created us. The very thing we shy away from, community, is what Jesus uses to heal our hearts. True Christ-centered community won't happen over night, but requires a commitment to a close group of friends, so that intimacy and vulnerability can develop. The healing you will receive is not only for you and your community, but is also a testimony to a lost and hurting world.

*Both services can viewed in their entirety on our Livestream channel

Duration: 50 mins
Common Unity
September 08, 2013

Our modern culture is one of isolation and fragmentation. Most of us are very busy and pulled in many directions. Church has become an institution that we attend on Sundays once or twice a month. Our community has become several small pockets of people with whom we have insignificant friendships. Christ is calling His church to repentance, desiring that we confess that we have not made Him a priority in our life. Jesus wants to heal our hearts from past hurts inflicted by community without character. God is calling us to something bigger than ourselves. He wants His church to demonstrate His love to one another and to the lost.

*Both services can viewed in their entirety on our Livestream channel

Duration: 48 mins