Bridgewater Church’s Podcast
Talking Points: One is the Win

Talking Points: One is the Win

August 2, 2020

Politics and religion are the most divisive subjects in America today. How do we love like Jesus and yet courageously stand for truth? When it comes to politics and religion, what is the win?

 

Unity comes from a purpose or person greater than you. Are you willing to evaluate your politics through the filter of God’s Word or do you create a version of faith that supports your politics.

 

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

#struggles: Relationships

#struggles: Relationships

July 26, 2020

Are you frustrated, depressed or just blah? There is a great adventure to which God is calling you. Follow this path to the encouragement and recharge that we all need.

 

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

#struggles: Compassion

#struggles: Compassion

July 19, 2020

Sermon: As we've become more social media centric, we statistically have less empathy for others. Social media isn't the problem, it's just become a crutch to the natural inclination of our hearts.  So how do we develop empathy and better care for others the way God intended us to?

Scripture Passage: Mark 1:40-41 NAS, Matthew 14:14 NIV

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

#struggles: Rest

#struggles: Rest

July 12, 2020

Sermon: Do the constant app notifications leave you feeling scattered and weary?  There is a special rest for the people of God.  Find out the benefits of a technology break in week 3 of struggles.

Scripture Passage: 1 Corinthians 6:12

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

#struggles: Authenticity

#struggles: Authenticity

July 5, 2020

How has social media affected you? If you say it hasn’t, there is a good chance you are wrong. One of the areas of impact is the “Authentic you”. Being “Authentic you” is a rarity on social media and the pressure to be someone you are not is overwhelming. Instead of presenting the authentic you, we post the me we want to be.

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

#struggles

#struggles

June 28, 2020

Series: As you scroll through your day, does it feel like everyone else has it all together?  Someone always has the best job, cutest kid, or happiest relationship.  We're pressured to measure up to other people's social media status updated and left with more #struggles.  This four-week series studies what it's like to live a Christ-focused life in selfie-centered world.

Sermon: We all want to know the secrets to life, the secret of getting fit, rich, liked, or the secret to falling in love.  But what about the secret of contentment, the secret of knowing how to have a heart that is fully satisfied?  It could change your life!

Scripture Passage: Philippians 4:11-13

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day!

June 21, 2020
“This Father’s Day we want to honor Dad’s by taking some time to learn from each other in how to grow in one of the most important jobs we believe we have, being a Dad! A round table discussion with four pastors on being a Dad according to God’s Word.”
 
Speaker: Father'a Day Panel

 

Is It Good?: Doesn’t Christianity Encourage Tolerance?

Is It Good?: Doesn’t Christianity Encourage Tolerance?

June 14, 2020

Together we'll ask two questions to help us become as tolerant as Jesus to learn four ways to respond wisely to divisive, inflammatory issues with someone who disagrees with you. 

 

Speaker: Bob Kadlecik 

Is It Good?: Why Doesn’t God Answer My Prayers?

Is It Good?: Why Doesn’t God Answer My Prayers?

June 9, 2020

Do you ever feel like God doesn’t hear one of your prayers, like maybe it just somehow didn’t get through? It can be disheartening when you don’t receive something you’ve earnestly asked for. Join us this week as we explore some of the reasons you may not get the response you’re expecting.

 

Speaker: Barry Kilmer

Is It Good?: How could a loving God send people to Hell?

Is It Good?: How could a loving God send people to Hell?

May 31, 2020

“Is Christianity true?” That has been the question people have wrestled with for centuries. But recently that question has been replaced by an even more basic one: “Is Christianity even good?” This week, listen as Dr. Sean McDowell answers the question, "How could a loving God allow so much suffering or send people to Hell?"  

Speaker: Sean McDowell