DiscoverParker Ford Church's Podcast
Parker Ford Church's Podcast
Claim Ownership

Parker Ford Church's Podcast

Author: Parker Ford Church

Subscribed: 7Played: 292
Share

Description

This publication is the weekly message audio from Parker Ford Church, in Pottstown PA. The Sermon notes are provided in the PFC blog at www.parkerfordchurch.com/blog/. If you would like more information about our service times or to go to know PFC better please visit our website www.parkerfordchurch.com .
615 Episodes
Reverse
“In a world filled with anxious people and anxiety inducing situations, Jesus calls us to be a "non-anxious presence". Join us for today's midweek teaching as we look at this principle in the life and ministry of Jesus.”
In so many ways our culture teaches us that life is ultimately about "me". In a hyper-consumeristic, individualistic society we can't get away from this message. But is that actually true? Is life really about me? Or, is there a better, grander, and greater story that we are each invited to be a part of? Today's midweek teaching invites us to move ourselves out of the center of the story and to put the spotlight back where it belongs...on Jesus .
It's being estimated that the average American in 2021 sees somewhere between 6,000 to 10,000 ads per day. Each of us are being told, thousands of times each day, that we need something "more" in order to be happy or satisfied. What are the implications of this in our spiritual formation? In today's midweek teaching we discuss how contentment in Christ can push back against this lie and lead us to a posture of peace in Jesus. 
Join Pastor DJay Martin in this midweek teaching titled “(Get Off) The Drug of Control by Embracing Your Limits” as he continues the series on Reflections on Spiritual Formation.
Join us today as we continue walking through Frost's contrasting list of attitudes exhibited by an orphan spirit versus a spirit of sonship. Our identity as children of God is rooted in God's work in us through His Son Jesus. Thanks be to God that He has welcomed us as children into His family through Christ. 
Join us today as we continue walking through Frost's contrasting list of attitudes exhibited by an orphan spirit versus a spirit of sonship. Our identity as children of God is rooted in God's work in us through His Son Jesus. Thanks be to God that He has welcomed us as children into His family through Christ. 
Join us today as we continue walking through Frost's contrasting list of attitudes exhibited by an orphan spirit versus a spirit of sonship. Our identity as children of God is rooted in God's work in us through His Son Jesus. Thanks be to God that He has welcomed us as children into His family through Christ. 
Our identity as children of God is foundational to who we are in Christ. Today, as we continue our ongoing midweek series on Spiritual Formation we begin a four part teaching on our spiritual adoption through Christ. We'd love to have you join us today as we jump into this pivotal topic.
Reflections on Spiritual Formation: Defender of the WeakTwo men went up to the temple to pray...Have you heard this one? One man sought to justify himself by comparing his actions to others. The other man beat his chest and cried out in vulnerable confession about his sinfulness and brokenness. Which man went home justified? Self-righteousness is the great enemy to Spiritual Formation. In today's mid-week teaching we examine the truth that God alone can be our true Defender. We hope you will join us for this timely message. 
From Genesis to Revelation the Scriptures reveal God's love for all people from all the nations of the earth. In today's service we're talking about God's heart for the nations. Join us as we explore the amazing picture of the nations gathered around the throne of Jesus found in Revelation 5. 
Reflections on Spiritual Formation: Can I Change?In today's mid-week teaching we ask the question, "Can I actually change?" So many of us experience the hopeless feeling of being stuck. Have you struggled with this? Why can't I seem to break bad habits, or stop eating junk food, or live a more loving life? If you are anything like me (or the 7.5 billion other people on earth), then yes, you too have felt this frustration. Today we examine and survey some of the key "change" words that the Scriptures utilize - words like transformation, repentance, and sanctification. Join us as we continue our series on Spiritual Formation. 
He is risen! Welcome to our Easter celebration. We are so glad to have you with us today. The bodily resurrection of Jesus is the cornerstone of the Christian faith. Join us as we explore one of the primary results of the resurrection of Jesus - reconciliation. Reconciliation between Jews and Gentiles was the original gospel issue that dominated the first generation of church history and it was possible because Jesus was raised from the dead. Resurrection and reconciliation are as closely tied today as they were 2,000 years ago. We hope you'll join us for this vital message. 
Resurrection Day

Resurrection Day

2021-04-0405:20

Message from Pastor Tim Doering.
Easter Sunday - Renee Kaplan- Resurrection Day: Luke 24:1-12; 35-53
Holy Week - Good Friday (evening): Nancy Elliot- Mark 15:16-47
Good Friday

Good Friday

2021-04-0205:58

Holy Week - Friday (mid-day): Tim Doering - Good Friday
Holy Week - Friday (morning): Betty and Byron Wenger - Mark 14:43-15:15
Holy Week - Thursday: Wes Ovens - John 13:1-30
Holy Week - Wednesday: Ryan and Kristin Moyer -John 12:37-50
Lent: Worship

Lent: Worship

2021-03-3111:24

Lent: WorshipEach Wednesday during Lent we're focusing on one Spiritual Discipline. This week our focus is worship.
loading
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store