Sermon – (8/9/20) – “Philippians: All Done!” – Mary Whitehurst

August 17th, 2020 | Josh Williams

A dear from of AMS, Mary Whitehurst brings this second teaching on the book of Philippians.

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Sermon – (8/2/20) – Philippians: “All Things New” – April Karli

August 17th, 2020 | Josh Williams

Pastor April introduces our first teaching on the book of Philippians.

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Sermon – (7/26/20) – “The ‘Why’ of Spiritual Discipline” – Mason Parva

July 29th, 2020 | Josh Williams

Mason Parva closes out our series on The Spiritual Disciplines with a great teaching on “why”.

Sermon – (7/12/20) – Spiritual Practices for the Pandemic Season – Terra McDaniel

July 14th, 2020 | Josh Williams

Local Austin Spiritual Director Terra McDaniel joined us this past Sunday and gave an incredibly encouraging teaching on some spiritual practices that can be used during this time in quarantine.

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Sermon – (7/5/20) – Spiritual Disciplines: Sabbath – April Karli

July 14th, 2020 | Josh Williams
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Sermon – (6/28/20) – Spiritual Disciplines: Silence – Shane Blackshear

July 14th, 2020 | Josh Williams
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Sermon – (6/21/20) – Spiritual Disciplines: Confession – April Karli

June 26th, 2020 | Josh Williams

Pastor April continues our teaching series with the next spiritual discipline, Confession.

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Sermon – (6/14/20) – Spiritual Disciplines: Slowing – April Karli

June 26th, 2020 | Josh Williams

Pastor April opens up a series of teachings on the Spiritual Disciplines with our first Sunday practice, Slowing.

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Sermon – (5/31/20) – Pentecost Sunday – Tim Allen

June 26th, 2020 | Josh Williams

“On Pentecost Sunday we consider the arrival of the Holy Spirit and what that story means to the church and the role we play in this broken and unjust world.”

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Lament & Prayer, June 4

June 4th, 2020 | April Karli

Opening LEADER: We gather this evening in the midst of civil unrest and a global pandemic to call on God’s mercy and justice. Just a few days after the day of Pentecost we ask that the Holy Spirit would burn away the sin of racism in our nation and in our individual hearts. We invite God to intervene bringing healing … Read More