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Desperation Church works through the Bible verse by verse each weekend as a part of our sermon study. We believe the greatest story ever told should be shared in a dynamic, energetic and authentic way. Pastor Bil (and occasionally other folks from the DC Community) deliver practical Biblical teaching grounded in the original context that honors the Jewishness of Jesus with direct application for the community God has called us to lead. We hope you enjoy this podcast and welcome your comments.
 
Ray Davis is newly divorced, going nowhere at a dead-end job in a warehouse, and has almost worked off the debts his ex-wife rang up. Then his underinsured brother's need for a liver transplant forces Ray to come up with a lot of money, fast. When he attempts to recover the profit he made with an old business partner, Ray discovers that the partner is dead and his investment has fallen into the hands of a drug dealer. The dealer has used the cash to buy a large supply of cocaine; he and his ...
 
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Families are messy. Your recent experience sheltering in place may have heightened this reality. Peter was aware of this fact when he wrote his letter to the believers scattered all over the Roman Empire. They were learning and growing as followers of Jesus trying to shed their old habits and sometimes this caused problems. This week Peter uses the…
 
Last week we started our adventure at Camp Covid in the book of 1 Peter. This letter was written to Jewish and Gentile men and women under persecution. Peter’s goal was to encourage them to draw closer to Jesus and to grow in their faith. This week Peter encourages us to think of our “future first” when we face trials and persecution. Join us as Pa…
 
Last week we celebrated the weirdest Easter ever. Normally, we would do everything possible to gather people together. Instead, we find ourselves isolated and worshipping apart in our homes. But Jesus is still our death-conquering savior and we continue to trust in Him. So what does the new life we have in Him look like in the age of Covid-19?This …
 
Around the world this Easter, people will be waking up to a day that is not what they had planned. Church services, egg hunts and family gatherings are on hold as our world deals with the Coronavirus. You might even be in pajamas instead of wearing a special dress or outfit. For some, there is a feeling of uncertainty and sorrow instead of hope and…
 
John 14:6 “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” is one of the most famous statements of Jesus. It is the cornerstone of what we as Christians believe. But do we really know what it means? Join us this weekend as we take a walk with Jesus. Be encouraged that Jesus leads us along the way He offers …
 
This weekend we continue in our "I AM” series as Jesus confronts his critics by declaring “I am the light of the world”. This statement would have meant very specific things to those who heard it. Join us Sunday as we celebrate Jesus and his promise of eternal light in times when things are darkest.Door Pastor Bil Brown
 
Are you having fun at life in your current situation? It's interesting that we reserve a season (one day really) for Thanksgiving in November. As followers of Jesus, shouldn't giving thanks be at the center of our lives? Could it be that the fun we’re missing is linked to the generous lives we’re called to be living when we give our “Thanks” away?…
 
For many of us, nothing stops us in our tracks like fear of failure. This is especially true when it comes to living out our faith. What will others think? What if it doesn’t work out the way I want it to? What if I ruin everything? What does it matter anyway? Join us, as we confront one of most people’s top 3 fears to find refreshing perspectives …
 
Join us as we close out our series “Better Together”. We’ve talked about Connecting, Growing and Serving as vital for every Christian. But how do we live these things out when life gets messy? How can we be qualified to love others, when we’re not even sure if we like ourselves at times? How do we know God is changing us into what He wants us to be…
 
As the saying goes: “Change is inevitable” if that’s true, why do so many of us struggle with changing things about ourselves? This week we continue in our “Better Together” series and discover that the Bible has a lot to say about change. How do we make lasting change in our lives and what does it have to do with other people?…
 
One of the best ways we can show God we love Him is by serving others. When we join with other believers to serve people’s needs we reflect God’s love and compassion to those who need it most. Acts 2:42-47 shows we’re better together when we serve. Jesus gives us a few simple steps that are easy to follow, no matter where we are.…
 
In life, what we believe about ourselves can hold us back from our full potential. We’re not made to walk alone as followers of Jesus. When we hold back from diving into relationships we will never grow to be what God wants us to be. We continue here in our series “Better Together” and dispel some of the myths of growing spiritually.…
 
In the book of Acts, we see some remarkable things happening with the followers of Jesus. Yet people often struggle to form relationships or find a place within the church to belong. This weekend, Pastor Bil begins a new series to coincide with the launch of Connect groups. God made us for relationships because we’re Better Together.…
 
Jacob was sent away immediately being sent away after receiving the blessing of His father Isaac. It's easy to imagine him feeling alone and wondering if he'd messed things up beyond repair. Sometimes we find ourselves in a place where we feel like we’re all alone it’s easy for things to seem hopeless. The good news is that we serve a God who is in…
 
The Story of Noah leads us to a short story about Babel in Genesis 11. Man’s effort to make himself great. God scrambling human languages to confound the building efforts is a tale that has been told and retold down through the ages. If the Bible is God’s story about Himself, what is He telling us through this narrative?…
 
Join us as we continue to explore Creation in our series “Bible Stories”. Man and woman are uniquely crafted with God’s imprint on them. His plan was to have relationship with people in a perfect physical world. The utopian paradise doesn’t last, but God’s plan for relationship with His “Earthlings” can’t be stopped. His love and hope are limitless…
 
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