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The Westside King's Church Podcast

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We understand we're all on a life-long journey of discovering who God is and a more accurate perception of ourselves. We realize that God has in his imagination an idea of who we can become that is not possible without His grace that accepts us as we are and, at the very same time, calls us forward to live like Jesus did. It means we've taken our hands off the religious panic button, and abandoned quick answers and worn out rhetoric, and dare to engage in an open dialogue about faith and the things of life knowing that participating in God's activity wherever and however is what is truly relevant.

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We understand we're all on a life-long journey of discovering who God is and a more accurate perception of ourselves. We realize that God has in his imagination an idea of who we can become that is not possible without His grace that accepts us as we are and, at the very same time, calls us forward to live like Jesus did. It means we've taken our hands off the religious panic button, and abandoned quick answers and worn out rhetoric, and dare to engage in an open dialogue about faith and the things of life knowing that participating in God's activity wherever and however is what is truly relevant.

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The Westside King's Church Podcast

Latest release on Dec 01, 2020

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We understand we're all on a life-long journey of discovering who God is and a more accurate perception of ourselves. We realize that God has in his imagination an idea of who we can become that is not possible without His grace that accepts us as we are and, at the very same time, calls us forward to live like Jesus did. It means we've taken our hands off the religious panic button, and abandoned quick answers and worn out rhetoric, and dare to engage in an open dialogue about faith and the things of life knowing that participating in God's activity wherever and however is what is truly relevant.

Galatians [06] - 1:11-24: How We Might Think

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How does Paul’s story impact how we think today?

Dec 01 2020

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Galatians [05] - 1:6-10: What is the Gospel?

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What is the gospel and how does it challenge us still?

Nov 26 2020

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Galatians [04] - 1:6-9: Perverting the Gospel?

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A conversation with our Lead Pastor about Galatians and the Gospel.

Nov 16 2020

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Galatians [03] - 1:1-5: Grace and Future

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How do you think about the future, and how does that affect how you behave now?

Nov 10 2020

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Galatians [02] - 1:1-2: Paul’s Identity, Our Identity?

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Tyson McCombs explores how Paul’s understanding of his own identity might guide us in our own search for identity.

Nov 03 2020

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Galatians [01]: A Letter for Divided Times

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The beginning of a new recurring series for WKC. Listen as David gives a brief overview to St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians and why this letter will guide us as we navigate the interesting times in which we live.

Oct 27 2020

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Age of Rage [6]: Living the Right Story

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How do we stay on track when we’re in an ocean of rage?

Oct 19 2020

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Age of Rage [5]: with Geri Fitch

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David talks with psychologist Geri Fitch about our personal anger and some strategies that might help us.

Oct 12 2020

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Age of Rage [4]: Turn Your Left Cheek

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What did Jesus really mean by “turn your cheek”?

Oct 08 2020

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Age of Rage [3]: Where is your anger coming from?

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Is our anger sometimes warping our perspective?

Sep 28 2020

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Age of Rage [2]: We not Them

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We live in a world that increasingly seems to be energised by tapping into our rage and dividing us all

Sep 24 2020

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Age of Rage [1]: Is Everyone Angry...?

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The extreme side of anger presents itself to us as outrage - that visceral, blood-pumping desire to ensure that you win and someone else loses. Of course, outrage comes at a cost. It leaves a mess behind, and most of us, when we calm down, will admit that there were probably better ways to deal with things. If only we could avoid being so easily triggered.

Outrage comes to us in many forms, but there are some characteristics that can be easily identified. In this teaching we consider the scenario on John’s gospel, chapter 8, where Jesus encounters a mob that are out to get him, and hurting people in the process. What might Jesus model for us that guides us in outrage today?

Sep 14 2020

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One Fifty [2:8]: One Fifty

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Style, Substance, or Worship? What seems to matter most to the psalmists?

Sep 10 2020

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One Fifty [2:7]: Eight

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What does it mean to be human?

Sep 03 2020

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One Fifty [2:6]: Eighty Four

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Where does God dwell and how does that change how we act?

Aug 24 2020

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One Fifty [2:5]: One Three Seven

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Can we learn from the psalms of exile today?

Aug 17 2020

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One Fifty [2:4]: Joy

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Dare we speak of joy in such dark times?

Aug 10 2020

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One Fifty [2:3]: Forty

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U2 sang this psalm at their live gigs, but does it have more to say?

Aug 03 2020

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One Fifty [2:2]: One Hundred and Seventeen

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What does the shortest psalm have for us?

Jul 27 2020

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One Fifty [2:1]: One

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We return to the opening of the psalms for the second season of One Fifty

Jul 20 2020

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