Church Closing!
It is with heavy hearts that we must announce the dissolution of Castle Christian Church.
Thank you all for an amazing 13 years!

Castle Christian Podcast

"Mary’s Song" - Bill Ford
Scripture(s): Luke 1:39-56
Sunday, December 6, 2015

There are many "songs" in the Bible found in both the Old and New Testaments. This week we will look at the most famous biblical song, the Song of Mary. It's loaded with rich meaning that will add significance to the Advent season.

"The Virgin Conception" - Bill Ford
Scripture(s): Luke 1:26-38
Sunday, November 29, 2015

"Barron No More" - Bill Ford
Scripture(s): Luke 1:5-25
Sunday, November 22, 2015

God shows up at unlikely times, in unlikely ways, to unlikely people. That’s the thrust of this week’s study in Luke 1:5-25.

"The Greatest Story Ever Told" - Bill Ford
Scripture(s): Luke 1: 1-4
Sunday, November 15, 2015

This Sunday we'll begin an Advent / Christmas sermon series as we delve into Luke's account of the fascinating beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

"Nice People and Heaven" - Bill Ford
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31
Sunday, November 8, 2015

What does the Bible have to say about being a "nice" person and going to heaven? Is being nice a prerequisite to entering heaven? Is being nice an automatic ticket to heaven? We'll probe into this relevant issue this Sunday in our study together.

"The Problem of Prayer" - Jason Rodenbeck
Scripture(s): James 5:13-20
Sunday, May 18, 2014

We finished up our study of James today by studying James' teaching on prayer. Some of the things James says can give the wrong impression if we don't read them properly.

"Be Patient Together" - Jason Rodenbeck
Scripture(s): James 5:7-12
Sunday, May 11, 2014

In the prior passage, James addresses oppressive employers--the wealthy and poweful. In this passage, James addresses the oppressed with hope and with encouragement to endure difficulty together.

"God Cares About Your Horrible Job!" - Jason Rodenbeck
Scripture(s): James 5:1-6
Sunday, May 4, 2014

Many of us have work situations which are less-than pleasant. However, some people end up trapped in jobs which are downright oppressive. In this chapter, James gives a warning to the rich and powerful, those who lead in the workplace, that they have a responsibility to the people who work for them. And we learn that God will hold people accountable for the way they treat others.

"Why did Jesus Ascend?" - Jason Rodenbeck
Scripture(s): Acts 1
Sunday, April 27, 2014

Today we reviewed the ascension story in Acts chapter 1. We wanted to finish our series on the "Why" questions about Jesus by asking why he ascended. We concluded that Jesus' ascension was a sign that he is not dead but that it is his church's turn to do the work of the kingdom!

"Why did Jesus Raise? (What the Resurrection MEANS!)" - Jason Rodenbeck
Scripture(s): Romans 8
Sunday, April 20, 2014

Last week we came to a specific understanding of the meaning of Jesus' death. Today we explore the meaning of his resurrection based on that understanding!

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