In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Acts 16:1-10 in a story about the missional plans of the early church and how they're creatively displayed throughout Acts. What can we learn from the early church's missional vision? How have Baptist missions reflected this? How might we reorient ourselves to demonstrate to others that God loves them?
In this message, Rev. Kristen Koger shares with us from Acts 12:6-17 about the story of Peter being miraculously busted out of prison by an angel. The story has some incredible parallels with that of Jesus during his last days. It also has a relevant, meaningful message for us today.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Acts 11:19-26 about the community in Antioch that was first called "Christians." What's significant about this early group? Listen to find out!
In this message from Dr. David Jordan, he shares the story from Acts 10:1-43 and speaks about the mutual hatred and tension between Peter (a Jew) and Cornelius (a Roman lieutenant). But God worked in both of their hearts to help them overcome their prejudice.
A poignant sermon fitting for the tension that exists in our country right now regarding the crisis at the border. What are we to do about those seeking asylum? How should we respond to refugees? What about families being torn apart? We must overcome fear and prejudice and move forward in love for the other.
This week's message is from Dr. David Jordan on Acts 9:1-19 in a sermon titled, "Got Issues?"
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Acts 8:26-39 in the story of Philip's interaction with the Ethiopian eunuch and what we can learn from it by being attuned to the Spirit, available, and attentive to scripture. Give it a listen!
In this message, which kicks off our summer sermon series exploring the book of Acts, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Acts 6:1-7. The early church was experiencing some conflict within its fellowship and came up with an effective way to address the problem. It's something we can learn from in our churches, businesses, and organizations today.
Dr. David Jordan shares with us in this message on Ephesians 4:1-3 about being worthy of our calling(s).
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Acts 2:1-13 about the Holy Spirit filling the disciples at Pentecost, marking the birth of the New Testament church. For Baptists in the South, it is sometimes difficult to know what to do with this passage, but Dr. Jordan helps us understand it more clearly.
In this message, Rev. Shelley Woodruff guest preaches on Luke 24:36-53 when Jesus appears to the disciples and then ascends into Heaven. The question remains: Who is going to fill the place of power Jesus left empty? Or did he leave it empty?
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from the Gospel of Luke concerning the disciples' encounter with Jesus on the road to Emmaus. What happens when we share a meal together? Why is the breaking of bread so symbolic? What do we see when our hearts come into alignment with God's?
In this message, Dr. David Jordan and Rev. Kristen Koger look at Moses' encounter with God in Exodus 3:1-15 and reflect on what it means for us today in leaning on faith in God to lead us.
In this message from Dr. David Jordan, he shares with us from John 21:15-19 where Jesus confronts Peter and asks him three times: "Do you love me?" This is a powerful message about God's endless pursuit of us and meeting us where we are.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from John 21:1-14 in a message about subtle shifts and changes in perspective.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares from John 20:10-23. The disciples feared the Pharisees and the government right after Jesus' death, but then something miraculous happens. Jesus appears to them in the upper room and says, "Peace be with you." Dr. Jordan looks at what we can take away from this message in today's world.
In this Easter Sunday message from Dr. David Jordan, he looks at the resurrection story of Jesus as found in John 20:1-18. Dr. Jordan pays specific attention to not only Mary, but other women throughout the Gospel of John who proclaim the resurrection life found in Jesus!
In this Palm Sunday sermon, Dr. David Jordan and Rev. Kristen Koger take a look at Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem (Luke 19:28-40) and what it might mean for each of us.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares a powerful word from the story of the first gentile convert to Christianity in Acts 8:26-39. It's a message about overflowing joy, passion, and becoming vessels of good news! Do yourself a favor and listen to this one!
In his debut sermon at FBCD, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Ephesians 2:8-10 and Psalm 103:8-17. Pastor David looks at destiny and grace, and what they mean for us.
Rev. Bill Neal shares with us from Matthew 5:43-48 and 1 Jn. 4:16b-21 in a sermon about making love the grounding in all of our connections with those around us. It's a heartfelt and meaningful message directed at those who call themselves Christians.