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Pastor Mark is a passionate and spirit filled thirty-year old from West Texas. More than anything, he wants to see your life changed by the word of God. He has served as a pastor at his Church, and now works full time and volunteers as a radio DJ in addition to his ministry. Pastor Mark is dedicated to sharing how God has moved in his own life and how He can move in yours as well. Follow Pastor Mark’s blog and listen to the podcast to learn more about Pastor Mark and see how the truth of Jes ...
 
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In this message, Pastor Mark describes the church as a symphony and explains how God gives everyone an instrument to play. Tune in to discover why this includes you! If this message blesses you, you can support our ministries by making a donation at www.fumccb.com Speaker: Pastor Mark Reynolds Venue: First United Methodist Church (Cocoa Beach, FL) …
 
In this message, Pastor Mark continues the series, "Three Simple Rules," by reflecting on rule three: Stay in love with God. According to John Wesley, we do this by engaging in spiritual practices that keep us awake and alive in God's presence. Check out this message to learn about those practices. Speaker: Pastor Mark Reynolds Venue: First United …
 
In this message, Pastor Mark continues the series, "Three Simple Rules," by reflecting on rule two: Do good. What does it mean to do good and what are the boundaries around this proactive way of life? Speaker: Pastor Mark Reynolds Venue: First United Methodist Church (Cocoa Beach, FL) To donate: www.fumccb.com www.revmarkreynolds.com Facebook: http…
 
Sometimes life gets complicated and it's difficult to know what to do next. That's why the founder of Methodist movement, John Wesley, came up with three simple rules for Christian living: (1) Do no harm, (2) Do good, and (3) Stay in love with God. This is the first message in a three-week series focusing on the first rule: Do no harm. What exactly…
 
The first serval minutes of this message was lost due to technical difficulties, but Pastor Mark was describing how Ephesians 1:3-14 gives us four cardinal points on our moral compass. The north point is the axiomatic faith claim that we are chosen by God for good things. Jump right in and see how our moral compass is built in large part by the kin…
 
In this Christmas Eve meditation, Pastor Mark helps us to see the true meaning of Christmas: God has sent the light of the world in Jesus, and we are invited to receive and share this light in ways that resist darkness and destruction. Speaker: Pastor Mark Reynolds Venue: First United Methodist Church (Cocoa Beach, FL) To donate: www.fumccb.com www…
 
Too often we try to "go it alone" in life, but at some point we reach the end of our resources and discover that we need other people. In this fourth and final message of our our Advent series, "Making Room," we reflect on the importance of community, of having close friends who will walk us home when we feel lost. Advent 2022: Message 4 of 4 Resou…
 
During the Christmas season, we are fascinated with lights, and this is appropriate because Christmas is all about the Light of the World coming to us in the birth of Jesus. In this message, we focus on how our lives can light up this world, especially as we care for the marginalized. God can use you to leave a light on for those who are lost and l…
 
Don't talk to strangers. . . Stranger danger . . . This is what we teach our children to keep them safe. But should we continue to avoid and even fear strangers as we get older? If we do, we might miss some pretty awesome blessings. Check out this this message to see how. Advent 2022: Message 2 of 4 Resource: "Making Room" by Ed Robb Speaker: Pasto…
 
This is the first message in a new Advent series, "Making Room." During this season of preparation, we make room in our lives for God and others, just as God has made room for us in the birth of Christ. One way we practice the radical hospitality of God is by being a good neighbor. Advent 2022: Message 1 of 4 Resource: "Making Room" by Ed Robb Spea…
 
Thank you for joining us as we worship together! Below are some links you may find helpful: Digital Connection Card - www.yourepicenter.com/welcomehome Digital Sign-Ups - www.yourepicenter.com/signup eKids at Home - www.ekidsathome.com Give Online - www.yourepicenter.com/giveDoor Pastor Jonathan Williams
 
If we are going to live from our heart, stay connected to God, love others, and live sustainably, then we must find ways every day to engage in activities that renew and rejuvenate us. Check out this message as we reimagine the practice of Sabbath. Worship as a Way of Life: Message 6 of 6 Webpage: fumccb.com/worship-as-a-way-of-life Series based on…
 
Thank you for joining us as we worship together! Below are some links you may find helpful: Digital Connection Card - www.yourepicenter.com/welcomehome Digital Sign-Ups - www.yourepicenter.com/signup eKids at Home - www.ekidsathome.com Give Online - www.yourepicenter.com/giveDoor Pastor Mark Knight
 
Jesus says, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” (Matthew 5:9). But what does it mean to be a peacemaker? Sometimes we get so focused on large scale problems in pursuit of world peace that we become blind to the small conflicts that erode important relationships in our everyday lives. While big issues are important, o…
 
In this message, Pastor Mark talks about his own health journey and then connects it to the theme of worship as spiritual nourishment. As Christians we seek spiritual nourishment from Christ, who gives us the Bread Life through through the ministries of Word and sacrament. As we habituate worship, we are perpetually reminded that our core identity …
 
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