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Each week on the Fellowship Baptist Church podcast, you’ll hear preaching and teaching from Lead Pastor Tony Liuzzo or a FBC pastor. Get practical, relevant, biblical perspectives on topics that matter to you. Visit us at www.fbc.family.

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Pastor Chris Andrews (Discipleship & Missions Pastor) - 1 Corinthians 12 (1 Corinthians 12:1-11 & 14-31; Romans 12:3-8; Matthew 24:4-5; 28:18-20; Acts 2:22; 3:6; 6:8; 8:5-8 19:11-12; Ephesians 4:8-12)

 

God is doing a work inside of you through the Holy Spirit! Join us as we continue this five week study and answer practical questions concerning the Holy Spirit and how He is at work in your life on a daily basis.

We will continue our look at 5 questions surrounding the Holy Spirit, and gain a better understanding of our relationship with him. The second question we will walk thru is: "What about Spiritual Gifts?"

 

The Holy Spirit :: What about Spiritual Gifts?

1 Corinthians 12:12-13
- What are they?
- What are they not?
- Why spiritual gifts?
- Description of gifts in the Bible.
- How to determine your own spiritual gift mix?

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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Genesis 2:18 (Genesis 1:31; 2:18 & 20-23; 3:1, 8-12 & 21; John 15:15; 1 Thessalonians 5:11-13; 2 Corinthians 11:3; Matthew 18:15)

 

Relationships are complicated!

They can be great, but they are guaranteed to be messy as well. We were created by God to have relationships. Friendship, family, marriage…these are all meant to be blessings in our lives, but oftentimes, they end up, well, complicated. 

We will address the issues that make our relationships frustrating. Communication, conflict resolution, and how to treat one another are some of the topics that will be addressed.

We all need help when it comes to relationships. Let’s improve our relationships together!

 

Relationships :: It's Complicated
Relationships are complicated
"I love you, but you drive me crazy."

Genesis 2:18

I. God's Intentional Creation of Relationships
A. We are created different on purpose
B. We are brought together on purpose
C. We are brought together with purpose
--- 1. God created us with needs
--- 2. God created us to meet each other's needs

 

II. Satan's Agenda for Relationships
A. His mission was division
B. His target is your mind

 

III. God's Restoration of Relationships
A. Pursue
B. Confront
C. Restore
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Pastor Chris Andrews (Discipleship & Missions Pastor) - 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 (Mathew 3:13-17; 23:25-28; 1 Corinthians 6:19-20; 12:12-13; Genesis 1:1-2; 41:38; John 14:25-26; Acts 1:4-5; 2:1-6; Romans 6:1-11; 8:9; Mark 1:6-8; Ephesians 1:13-14; Galatians 2:20)

 

God is doing a work inside of you through the Holy Spirit! Join us as we begin a five week study and answer practical questions concerning the Holy Spirit and how He is at work in your life on a daily basis.

We will look at 5 questions surrounding the Holy Spirit, and gain a better understanding of our relationship with him. The first question we will walk thru is: "What is the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?

 

The Holy Spirit :: What is the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?

1 Corinthians 12:12-13

I. The Baptism of the Spirit joins us to the Body of Christ.
A. You are sealed -- permanently joined
B. You are gifted -- for the benefit of your new family

 
II. The Baptism of the Spirit makes our crucifixion and resurrection with Christ a reality.
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Pastor Dave Liuzzo (Executive Pastor) - Joshua 6 (Joshua 1:5, 9, 11 & 13; 2:14; 6:1-10, 15-16 & 20; 2 Peter 1:4; John 10:27; James 1:19; 1 Corinthians 15:57)

 

Everyone of us have a Jericho in life, whether we think so or not. It's the walls in life that prevent us from experiencing victory.

Sometimes getting to victory doesn’t always make sense. But in the end…if we don’t quit walking the walls WILL fall, and victory will be won.

 

Dealing with Life's Jericho

Joshua 6

I. The Wall
A. Represents the problem.
--- 1. Problems have layers.
--- 2. Problems create limitations.
B. Represents the past.
 
II. The Walk
A. Required obedience.
--- 1. To follow the leader in the midst of confusion
B. Required silence.
--- 1. In order to focus.
--- 2. In order to listen.
 
III. The Win
A. The walls fell flat.
B. The war was won.
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March 21, 2021

Death to Life

Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Romans 6 (Romans 5:20-21; 6:1-7, 11-12 & 14; 10:9; 2 Corinthians 5:17 & 21; 1 Peter 2:24; Genesis 3:17-18; Philippians 3:13)

 

What does the empty tomb mean for us in our daily lives?
 
Yes, it means that Jesus died and He rose again. It means that Jesus conquered death and sin. This is all true, but this means so much more! This affects every day of our lives. This offers victory for us in our daily struggles. This changes the direction in our lives. This gives hope to things that seem hopeless.
 
The empty tomb is way more than an Easter story. The empty tomb changed everything! If you are ready to move on from some of your past mistakes or you simply need some encouragement, take a listen! This message is for you!

 

 

Death to Life

Romans 6

I. The cross represents who we were.
A. We were guilty.
B. We were condemned.

II. The burial represents how we were changed.
A. We are free from sin.
B. Our past is buried.

III. The resurrection represents who we are.
A. We are made new.
B. We are to live a new way.

 

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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Exodus 13-15 (Job 14:1; Psalms 37:39; 107:6; Exodus 13:18; 14:1-4, 8-16, 18 & 21-31; 15:1-3; 1 John 4:18)

 

Have you ever ran out of resources and options in life? You hit a spot where you have nothing left that you can do. This can be scary!

Keep this in mind; God never leads us to fail! If you are following God, then know that God does not lead us to fail! God is faithful and He always has a plan!

You might not know or understand the plan, but He is at work. Whatever you face and whatever you might need, know that our God is Faithful to Provide!

 

Faithful God :: Faithful to Provide
I. Understand where the situation came from.
II. Keep moving forward.
III. Wait on God to open the door.
IV. Don't lose faith in the midst of the journey.
V. Rejoice in the deliverance of God.

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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Ephesians 4 (Ephesians 4:1-12 & 16; 1 Corinthians 2:4-5; 11:1; Psalms 32:11; 37:23; 98:1-2 & 4; 149:1 Philippians 1:6; 2 Timothy 4:1-2; Romans 10:17; John 9:4; 15:15; Acts 9:15; Mark 16:15; Matthew 16:18)

 

We are all growing in the Lord, or at least, we should be...

Jesus called the disciple to "follow Him" and they began a journey. Their lives were changed. Through this journey with Jesus, they grew in their faith, worshiped God, developed deep friendships, used their gifts to serve Jesus, and they changed lives.

We are also on a journey. We are always taking next steps, because we never arrive. What are the spiritual steps that we taking as believers? What are the spiritual steps that we lead others to take as they follow God?

Jesus had a plan to make disciples! As we move forward, we must move forward with a plan!

 

FORWARD >> Forward with a Plan

Ephesians 4

Step 1 >> We worship together on Sundays.
Our purpose and plan:
1. To build lives through preaching.
2. To encourage each other through worship.

Step 2 >> We grow together in groups.
Our purpose and plan:
1. To build relationships through fellowship.
2. To help each other through teaching each other.
3. To care for people through connection.

Step 3 >> We serve together on ministry teams.
Our purpose and plan:
1. We help them discover their spiritual gift.
2. We all serve the Lord in ministry.

Step 4 >> We go together on a mission.
Our purpose and plan:
1. We help people find Jesus.
2. We help people follow Jesus.

 

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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Exodus 7-12 (Hebrews 9:22 & 27; 13:8; James 1:17; Galatians 6:7; Exodus 7:17-18 & 22-25; 8:1-3, 16-17, 19, 24-28 & 32; 9:3-5, 8-9 & 22; 10:12, 19, 21 & 28-29; 11:1 & 4-6; 12:3-5, 7, 11-13 & 29-33; Philippians 4:19; 1 Peter 1:19; 2 Peter 3:10; John 8:12; 1 John 1:29)

 

Our God does not change! His love will never change for us. His desire to save us and to be with us is constant. This is why Jesus came to die on the cross. He was displaying the character of His love. 

This is just as true with the justice of God. God is faithful through His character of being a just God. He will not ignore sin. God is faithful to deal with our sin. This is a powerful and important principle to understand.

God displays how He is faithful through His character in the life of Moses so we can fully understand the faithfulness of our great God! 

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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Daniel 3 (John 1:3; 3:3; 8:32; 17:17; Matthew 7:26-27; Romans 10:17; Hebrews 4:12; Daniel 1:8; 3:12, 16-19, 23-27 & 29; Psalms 139:14; Romans 12:2; Ephesians 4:15)

 

There are things that change and need to change in life. The same is true in church life; styles change, methods change, programs and processes change.

There are also some things that do not and cannot change. God's Word does not change! It is vital that we have deep conviction when it comes to what we believe. Truth does not change and truth will persevere. If we are to move forward, we must move forward with conviction!

 

FORWARD >> Forward with Conviction

Daniel 3

I. We must stand for truth!
II. We must share truth!
III. We must reach the lost through truth!
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Pastor Tony Liuzzo (Lead Pastor) - Exodus 4, 5 & 6 (1 Peter 5:8; Proverbs 16:7; Exodus 4:18-23 & 27-31; 5:1-2 & 4-23; 6:1-3 & 6-8; Matthew 7:7; Genesis 1:26; 2:7-9; 3:8-9 & 21)

 

Because we live in a cursed world and we have Satan as our enemy life can be very difficult. If we stand for God and truth we will face resistance.

Moses experienced extreme opposition when he stood before Pharaoh. God was faithful through his difficulty by explaining to him His name.

There is power and comfort in the name of our God!

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