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Southeast Christian Church

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Connecting people to Jesus and one another. The weekly audio podcast of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville Kentucky. Featuring Senior Minister Dave Stone and Teaching Minister Kyle Idleman.

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Connecting people to Jesus and one another. The weekly audio podcast of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville Kentucky. Featuring Senior Minister Dave Stone and Teaching Minister Kyle Idleman.

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290 Ratings
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250
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I would so attend this church if I lived in the area

By cyndis7492 - Jan 27 2018
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I love Daves preaching! I would love to know Dave and his wife in person.

Great messages

By Mrdinocggeo - Jan 06 2017
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Powerful and relevant messages. I like the mix of speakers. They all speak to the heart.

iTunes Ratings

290 Ratings
Average Ratings
250
14
9
4
13

I would so attend this church if I lived in the area

By cyndis7492 - Jan 27 2018
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I love Daves preaching! I would love to know Dave and his wife in person.

Great messages

By Mrdinocggeo - Jan 06 2017
Read more
Powerful and relevant messages. I like the mix of speakers. They all speak to the heart.
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Southeast Christian Church

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Connecting people to Jesus and one another. The weekly audio podcast of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville Kentucky. Featuring Senior Minister Dave Stone and Teaching Minister Kyle Idleman.

Rank #1: Don't Give Up: Don't Give Up On Each Other

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We live with increasing independence and isolation. Technology gives a grand illusion of connection, but we have never been more disconnected or lonely. Hebrews reminds us to “consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” When you’ve been let down and left rejected too many times to count, it is tempting to put up a wall and walk away; but God has made us for each other…Don’t Give Up. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Feb 24 2019
36 mins
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Rank #2: Don't Give Up: Don't Give Up On Marriage

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For the single person who has decided that marriage isn’t going to happen…for the wife who is married, but lonely…for the husband who feels like his wife no longer who he married…for the couple living more as business partners than friends…for the spouse who is deciding whether or not the marriage is worth fighting for…Don’t Give Up. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Feb 17 2019
31 mins
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Rank #3: How Ya Feeling?: I Don't Want to Talk About It

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It weighs the body down at its very presence. It draws our eyes low to the ground in fear of rejection. It resists authentic relationship and cripples the calling God placed on our lives. Its name is shame. Shame plays no favorites- it has impacted all of humanity from the time of the fall and the response has always been to hide. To hide from others- what we have done or what has been done to us, and to hide from God out of fear that His grace has met its limit in us. Shame is a terrible captor that the Jesus came to free us from, and Psalm 32 reminds us of what it looks like walk out of the darkness of shame into the light of the cross. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Aug 11 2019
26 mins
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Rank #4: How Ya Feeling?: Not That Great - LA

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It’s the answer we give when we can’t fully put a finger on what is going on. It is the response we riddle off to an acquaintance when what we desperately need is a friend. Within these three simple words is a mixture of sadness, loneliness and confusion reduced to the phrase “Not That Great.” When emotions are too great to fully comprehend it can seem like nobody understands or cares. This often leads us to a place of utter loneliness and despair. Psalm 142 reminds us that even when we don’t know what is going on within us, the Spirit can express to God the depths of our soul and rescue us from the pit. Where the flesh allows emotions to hold us captive, but the Spirit helps us live captivated by the goodness of God regardless of the circumstances. For those who need a word of hope, this Psalm reminds you that you have a friend in the Spirit that will utter the words you cannot express, but for those of you who stand on the other side of the prison gates, your testimony can become a battle cry of hope for others. Speaker: Brian Sites
Aug 25 2019
37 mins
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Rank #5: After Further Review: Undefeated

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Following Jesus doesn’t end at baptism- it is only the beginning of what He has for us. Jesus shares with His disciples a story that carries a deep meaning about how to build lives on Him and His truth in a way that can never be shaken. As we look to the parable of the wise and foolish builders we see clearly that the work we put into this foundation of faith will show itself strong and immovable in the storms and uncertainties of life. Speaker: Dave Stone
Feb 10 2019
33 mins
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Rank #6: How Ya Feeling?: Kinda Stressed

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This emotion floods the heart and overwhelms the mind. It stops your feet dead in their tracks at the sight of both the crowds and the few. It convinces you to run from relationship, responsibility, and reason. Its name is anxiety. Psalm 55 unveils the various anxieties that fill this life- from the battles in our mind to the battles that surround us. Because there is sin in this world, the anxieties of life continue to meet us at our doorstep. The question is not if, but when. When they meet us there, will we let them in or will we cast them onto the only One who can handle them? Verse 22 is an often-quoted section of Psalm 55, “Cast your cares on the Lord and He will sustain you.” Notice it is Him that sustains. We open the door to stress and anxiety when we look solely to ourselves or something outside of God for the sustenance that only He can give. But if God becomes our sustainer and carrier of our load than even the heaviest seasons cannot break His shoulders. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Aug 18 2019
33 mins
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Rank #7: Don't Give Up: Don't Give Up On God

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Galatians 6:9 challenges us to not grow weary in doing good for in due time we will reap a harvest if we don’t give up. Romans 8:28 reminds us that in all things God works for the good of those who are called according to his purpose. 2 Corinthians 4 gives us the promise that our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us a glory that will far outweigh them all. God is the great redeemer. He is working for our good even if we can’t see it right now. Don’t give up now, you’ve never been closer to experiencing the good God has for you. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Mar 03 2019
38 mins
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Rank #8: How Ya Feeling?: Not That Great - IN

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It’s the answer we give when we can’t fully put a finger on what is going on. It is the response we riddle off to an acquaintance when what we desperately need is a friend. Within these three simple words is a mixture of sadness, loneliness and confusion reduced to the phrase “Not That Great.” When emotions are too great to fully comprehend it can seem like nobody understands or cares. This often leads us to a place of utter loneliness and despair. Psalm 142 reminds us that even when we don’t know what is going on within us, the Spirit can express to God the depths of our soul and rescue us from the pit. Where the flesh allows emotions to hold us captive, but the Spirit helps us live captivated by the goodness of God regardless of the circumstances. For those who need a word of hope, this Psalm reminds you that you have a friend in the Spirit that will utter the words you cannot express, but for those of you who stand on the other side of the prison gates, your testimony can become a battle cry of hope for others. Speaker: Eddie Johnson
Aug 25 2019
37 mins
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Rank #9: How Ya Feeling?: Not That Great - SW

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It’s the answer we give when we can’t fully put a finger on what is going on. It is the response we riddle off to an acquaintance when what we desperately need is a friend. Within these three simple words is a mixture of sadness, loneliness and confusion reduced to the phrase “Not That Great.” When emotions are too great to fully comprehend it can seem like nobody understands or cares. This often leads us to a place of utter loneliness and despair. Psalm 142 reminds us that even when we don’t know what is going on within us, the Spirit can express to God the depths of our soul and rescue us from the pit. Where the flesh allows emotions to hold us captive, but the Spirit helps us live captivated by the goodness of God regardless of the circumstances. For those who need a word of hope, this Psalm reminds you that you have a friend in the Spirit that will utter the words you cannot express, but for those of you who stand on the other side of the prison gates, your testimony can become a battle cry of hope for others. Speaker: James Hauser
Aug 25 2019
37 mins
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Rank #10: How Ya Feeling?: Okay. Fine. Good.

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Our tendency to avoid emotions is never more realized than when we respond with “Okay.” “Fine.” and “Good.” The vagueness with which we respond may not be intentional, in fact, it could be the answer we were taught to give. But what if we were missing out on one of the very things God wired within our soul to help us truly live? We are given snapshots throughout Jesus’ entire life of how he navigated emotions, but in the Garden of Gethsemane before Jesus goes to the cross we see him recognize and respond to a variety of emotions as He navigates how to willingly step into what God is asking of Him. In Jesus, we see that leaning into emotions is not synonymous with living in them. We can embrace emotions in a healthy way and in turn learn to give them to God in faith that He will redeem them for His good. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Aug 04 2019
32 mins
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Rank #11: Nothing Can Stop It: From, Not For

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As followers of Jesus, we don’t live with the end in mind, but with the beginning in mind. We fight daily from the reality that we have already won, there is nothing to fear. One day that victory will reach its full completion, and the remnants of a war-torn humanity will be no longer, but until then we raise our banner of victory knowing that the enemy’s time on earth is short. Christ defeated death and sin, the visible and invisible, so we don’t fight for victory, but from victory. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Jun 23 2019
32 mins
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Rank #12: Nothing Can Stop It: Playground Or Battleground

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We were never meant to cruise aimlessly through the minefields of life. We're not unaware of the enemy lurking around us, but we are unafraid—because Christ is a Conqueror. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Jun 16 2019
36 mins
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Rank #13: Nothing Can Stop It: STORM THE GATES

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In the words of the apostle Peter, Jesus is "the Messiah, the Son of the living God." Nothing can stop Him. And when the church stands firmly on Christ's identity, nothing can stop it. Even as an invisible battle rages all around us, we can lift our hands in victory, knowing no spiritual force holds any power against the living God. We're not unaware of the devil's schemes, but we are unafraid. Although the enemy prowls, the Church prevails.
Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Jun 09 2019
37 mins
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Rank #14: Do It Again: Do It Again

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Isaiah 43:18 "Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing!”
At first glance, this verse seems to imply that God is commanding His people to forget their past of sin and shame so that they can focus on the hope that is coming. But this challenge to forget the former things is also in reference to their positive past— all the ways God had moved in their lives before. Earlier in the chapter God had reminded the people of Israel of one of the powerful ways He had worked— by splitting the Red Sea and so that the Israelites could step into the promised land. It’s as simple as this: God doesn’t want remembrance to overshadow expectancy. This verse is less about forgetting what God has done, and more about living expectantly of what He will do next. God wanted His people to lift their eyes to a “new thing.” See, in God’s Kingdom the glory days are always ahead-- not behind. So, we fix our eyes with expectation, we strengthen our hands with urgency and we lift our voices with faith that the most effective sermon is yet to be preached, the most inspiring song is yet to be sung, the most dynamic worship is yet to be experienced, the most compelling testimony is yet be heard, the most selfless service is yet to be offered, and the most radical generosity has yet to be given. Let’s have a faith that looks forward to what He will do…a faith that anticipates…a faith that dreams. We come together with a faith that expects to be amazed by what God will do in the future. As we move us from memory to expectancy, we come together to say “Do it again God!”
Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Jun 02 2019
33 mins
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Rank #15: Lean In: Lean In to the Word

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God's Word is worth living in and living out every day of our lives. Our success—both individually and as a church—is ultimately gauged by our faithfulness to Scripture. Speaker: Dave Stone
May 26 2019
52 mins
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Rank #16: Lean In: Lean In to the Culture

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In a culture that hides from God behind bitterness and pride, we have a unique identity as witnesses to Jesus' heart-changing power. Speaker: Ashley Wooldridge
May 19 2019
37 mins
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Rank #17: Lean In: Lean In to Your Legacy

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In God's hands, your life has the power to shape the future of the world—beginning with your family. The best legacy you can pass on to others is a vibrant model of faith. Speaker: Kyle Idleman
May 12 2019
35 mins
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Rank #18: Lean In: Lean Forward

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No one follows God faithfully by being passive in the process. Leaning in to Jesus' calling on our lives requires intentional planning and perseverance, using His gifts in His strength. Speaker: Dave Stone
May 05 2019
35 mins
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Rank #19: Lean In: Lean Back

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If we want to make a difference as followers of Jesus, we need to trust in His strength and power. Our calling as Christians looks less like striving and more like surrender.

Speaker: Kyle Idleman
Apr 28 2019
37 mins
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Rank #20: Easter 2019: Do You Believe?

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What if Easter is more than an old story? What if the story is true? And what if the thing keeping you from believing is not a lack of evidence, but you? Speaker: Kyle Idleman & Dave Stone
Apr 21 2019
32 mins
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