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September 8, 2020  

Jason Miller - We're returning to one of our communal practices: letting ourselves be drawn out by the questions God asks in Scripture. This week we find ourselves in the story of Job, a character who experiences trauma stacked on top of trauma. Rather than accepting the tidy solutions of his friends who are convinced that suffering and sin are always connected, he confronts God directly, and God raises his level of consciousness by asking him, Where were you when I created the earth?

 

This teaching was recorded at Four Winds Field, where we're holding outdoor Sunday night gatherings instead of our regular gathering schedule at Studebaker 112, which has been suspended due to COVID-19.

 

If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

 

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

September 2, 2020  

Beth Graybill - We're returning to one of our communal practices: letting ourselves be drawn out by the questions God asks in Scripture. This week we find ourselves in the story of Bartimaeus, a blind beggar, in Mark 10 as Jesus asks him, What do you want?

 

This teaching was recorded at Four Winds Field, where we're holding outdoor Sunday night gatherings instead of our regular gathering schedule at Studebaker 112, which has been suspended due to COVID-19.

 

If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

 

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

August 26, 2020  

Ryan Yazel - We're returning to one of our communal practices: letting ourselves be drawn out by the questions God asks in Scripture. This week we find ourselves in the story of the Exodus, where God asks a discouraged Moses "What is in your hand?"

 

This teaching was recorded at Four Winds Field, where we're holding outdoor Sunday night gatherings instead of our regular gathering schedule at Studebaker 112, which has been suspended due to COVID-19.

 

If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

 

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

August 18, 2020  

DESCRIPTION: Jason Miller - We're returning to one of our communal practices: letting ourselves be drawn out by the questions God asks in Scripture. This week we find ourselves in the gospel of John, where Jesus asks someone "Do you want to get well?"

 

This teaching was recorded at Four Winds Field, where we're holding outdoor Sunday night gatherings instead of our regular gathering schedule at Studebaker 112, which has been suspended due to COVID-19.

 

If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

August 11, 2020  

Jason Miller - We're returning to one of our communal practices: letting ourselves be drawn out by the questions God asks in Scripture. This week we find ourselves in the story of Adam and Eve in Genesis 3. They're hiding in shame and fear, and the voice of love calls them out by asking, "Where are you?"

This teaching was recorded at Four Winds Field, where we're holding outdoor Sunday night gatherings instead of our regular gathering schedule at Studebaker 112, which has been suspended due to COVID-19. You'll hear an audio glitch for the first minute or so, but then it clears up.

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If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give. Just select the “podcast” option from the drop-down menu to let us know how you’re participating in the life of SBCC. South Bend City Church is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

August 1, 2020  

This week, instead of pressing forward with new teaching via video and podcast, we wanted to pause to take the time to remember some of the things we have learned together that have been most influential to who we are as a church. 

This may be an opportunity to reinforce some learning from the past, or it may be the first time you'll hear some of these ideas that have shaped our church.

Here is a curated selection of past teachings we’re recommending this week. If you get a chance, listen to one or more of these podcasts from past gatherings:
 

7.2.17 [TEACHING] - Bible [rehab] - Context
7.9.17 [TEACHING] - Bible [rehab] - Community
7.16.17 [TEACHING] - Bible [rehab] - Tension in the text
7.23.17 [TEACHING] - Bible [rehab] - Jesus-centered book

8.26.18 [TEACHING] A Sacred Conversation: Sexuality

1.13.19 [TEACHING] - Mantra - Sushi, Not Fish Stew
1.20.19 [TEACHING] - Mantra - Everyone an Icon
1.27.19 [TEACHING] - Mantra - Practices, Not Performances
2.3.19 [TEACHING] - Mantra: Fields, Not Factories

July 25, 2020  

Ryan Yazel - We continue in 1 Corinthians 13 as we see there's more to a chapter often just reserved for weddings. This week, as we examine the conclusion of both the chapter and epistle, we see Paul exhorting the young church to stay focused on the mission as they move forward together.
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If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

July 19, 2020  

Ryan Yazel - We continue in 1 Corinthians 13 as we see there's more to a chapter often just reserved for weddings. This week, as we examine the middle of both the chapter and epistle, we see Paul correcting a couple of ways people misunderstand love in community.
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If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

July 12, 2020  

Ryan Yazel - This week we turn our attention to 1 Corinthians 13 as we see there's more to a chapter often just reserved for weddings. Over the next 3 weeks we will track Paul's advice to the young church in Corinth as they figure out how to keep moving forward together. We begin by looking at verses 1-3 and some of the divisions that are creeping up in the Corinthian community.
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If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give. Just select the “podcast” option from the drop-down menu to let us know how you’re participating in the life of SBCC. South Bend City Church is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

July 4, 2020  

Jason Miller - During COVID-19, we’re turning to the text of Philippians for a new teaching series meant to help us consider the possibility of God that meets us in this difficult time. This is the final teaching in the series, with a calling to bravery and prayer.

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If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.

You can also support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving at: southbendcitychurch.com/give

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