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The Summit Church Weekend Service podcast is our weekly main service message designed to give practical, Biblical insights to challenge and equip people to receive and share the love of Jesus. Share comments, questions, or feedback at info@thesummitchurch.net.
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Christ-centered homes are blessed (Matthew 5:6). Though most people desire happiness (or blessing), it seems exceptionally elusive. Experiencing circumstances that are consistently pleasant and a life relatively free from trouble is nearly impossible. In contrast, Jesus teaches that blessing has more to do with being on the right path than good cir…
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Just as in human relationships, our fellowship with God can ebb and flow. It can be challenging to know if we are waiting on God of if He is waiting on us. We are encouraged to keep communicating with Him even when He feels far away. In this weekend's message, Pastor Renee Groff talks about how to press on in the dry spells until we find life in Hi…
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Surrender to God imparts resilience (Matthew 26:36-39). We daily navigate the chaos and uncertainty of the world around us, leaving many hopeless, worried, and anxious. Jesus experienced a similar struggle, saying to some of His disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane that His soul was overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death. Despite this menta…
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The Bible claims that Jesus of Nazareth was arrested, crucified, and resurrected three days later—and that these events have life-changing implications for each of our lives. This Easter, Michael recounts the life and spiritual journey of James, the younger brother of Jesus, from skeptic to radical Christ-follower, exploring how compelling evidence…
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Communion connects us to the resurrection power of Jesus (1 Corinthians 10:16; 11:17-30). The practice of communion is a great equalizer and unifier. It reminds us that we all need a savior, regardless of our socio-economic status, nationality, race, or history. We take communion together simply as a community of the forgiven. When we engage in it,…
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Sound doctrine should ultimately be reflected in our daily lives. How are our relationships and our decision-making shaped by the truth we profess to believe? Ultimately, our BELIEFS and our BEHAVIOR should align, because sound doctrine produces godliness. In this weekend's message, Pastor Joanna Nimon talks about practicing what you preach.…
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Jesus gives us a clear guardrail on the narrow road that leads to abundant life: beware of false teachers (Matthew 7:15-20). Jesus gives this warning because He knows how susceptible we are to the teachings and influence of false teachers. When we embrace false teachers and their ideas, we begin to make small, subtle decisions that eventually lead …
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It is important that Christians know how to explain and defend what they believe. How do we relate to others who disagree with us, whether believers and unbelievers? It is vital that we maintain our testimony and display the nature of Christ even when having difficult conversations with others. In this week’s message, Pastor Jimmy Nimon talks about…
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Earlier in this series, we learned that our ability to hear from God is deeply connected to our relationship with Him. Michael teaches this week that we must be intense and intentional when it comes to pursuing a personal relationship with God. When we regularly spend time with God one-on-one, it becomes a keystone habit—a single habit that sets in…
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Carefully examining our lives and minimizing distractions protects us and acts as a guardrail on the narrow road that leads to abundant life (Ephesians 5:15-21). One of the primary tools the enemy uses against us is distractions, which often lead us to choosing what is good over what is best. We know with confidence that we are prioritizing what is…
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How do we practically pursue building sound doctrine into our lives? Is this attainable for “the average person”? If the Bible is helpful to make us thoroughly equipped for a life of serving God, then we should devote ourselves to its study. In this weekend’s message, Pastor Jimmy Nimon talks about how to study the Bible.…
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Growing in both grace and truth acts as a guardrail on the narrow road of following Jesus (Mark 8:14-21). Jesus warns His followers to watch out for the yeast of the Pharisees and that of Herod (Mark 8:15). Jesus is saying that there are small, subtle yet sinful ideas and beliefs that can carry significant influence in our hearts and run us off the…
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Sound doctrine sets a healthy, accurate foundation for our faith. This strengthens us to stand firm on what we know is true and to counter false doctrine. It gives us stability when spiritual attack comes our way. It brings unity among believers as we agree on the unchanging truth of God. In this weekend’s message, Pastor Jimmy Nimon kicks off our …
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The fear of the Lord is a guardrail keeping us on the narrow road (Matthew 10:17- 30). Though we are created for relationship with God and with others, sin has drastically affected our God-given desire for acceptance. If we are not careful, we will want human praise more than praise from God. Without guardrails, we will seek the approval of others …
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Friendship is one of God’s finest gifts to us, but it can be challenging to forge meaningful relationships with others. In a day when independence and isolation are prevalent, how do we move from a place of loneliness to a place of genuine connection? This weekend, Sean Adams, Cheryl Adams, Jessica Witmeyer, and Pastor Renee Groff talk about how we…
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God’s abundant blessing as we live generous lives is tied to our hearts (Mark 12:41-44). Jesus makes it clear to His followers, when He highlights a poor widow who gave all she had (two copper coins) into the temple treasury, that the amount of our giving is significantly less important than the condition of our hearts when we give. In seeking to l…
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