God Is Able, So We Can

The Resurrection was an event that activated a movement that would eventually have a global impact. The Day of Pentecost was a day that God unleashed the Holy Spirit on the disciples. On that day a small group of outcasts and outliers were galvanized and motivated to embark on a worldwide mission. What the church has accomplished in almost two millennia since is nothing short of miraculous. The church, which has been positioned to do great things is often hindered by its own reservations and doubts of its ability to continue to do great things. Having a faith in a God who is able to do immeasurable things cements our identity as a community of “Can do”. In this series, we will explore the idea that God being “able” activates what we “can” do!

Series start date: April 18th, 2021

Sermons in this series

  • Sunday, May 23rd, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The Day of Pentecost is a celebrated event that represented the birth of the Christian church. It was a moment where the Holy Spirit enacted a movement of which we are now a part. It would set the stage for a narrative that began in Jerusalem and has reached points all over the globe. But the work is not finished. How will we be empowered anew in the 21st century to change the world?

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  • Sunday, May 16th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Philippians 4:13 is an oft quoted scripture. Athletes and others have tattooed this scripture on their bodies as a reminder of the power they have within to accomplish anything. But what was the context whereby Paul makes this incredible statement. We will dig a little deeper into Paul’s words and discover how they are less about enacting superpower and more about being liberated and empowered to live in God’s provision.

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  • Sunday, May 9th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The church has long been populated by men and women who are deeply convicted by the gospel of Christ. This conviction does not ensure unity and harmony on every subject, theological point or doctrine. Still, our God demands that we find ways to walk together in spite of our differences. If God is big enough to create and maintain this universe, He is big enough to work through us, even when we disagree.

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  • Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    During the Pandemic, the Reynoldsburg church excelled in generosity. While many churches did see a precipitous drop in contributions, in comparison, our church did very well. Why has our church remained so generous in a time of struggle and need? Could it be that we see and experience God’s provision and are able to give not only out of our financial resources, but also out of our time and effort. With all that God has done, He is able do immeasurably more and it prompts us to mimic God’s generosity and give more.

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  • Sunday, April 25th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    In this kickoff to the new series, we revisit a prayer by Paul where he speaks of God’s immeasurable ability to do things over and above our imagination. It is this ability that launches God’s people into the stratosphere of things we can do. As we continue to walk in the power of the resurrection of Christ, we will explore how God’s power positions us to accomplish great things. Instead of grumbling about what we can’t do, we will give God glory of all we can do!

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  • Sunday, April 18th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    In this kickoff to the new series, we revisit a prayer by Paul where he speaks of God’s immeasurable ability to do things over and above our imagination. It is this ability that launches God’s people into the stratosphere of things we can do. As we continue to walk in the power of the resurrection of Christ, we will explore how God’s power positions us to accomplish great things. Instead of grumbling about what we can’t do, we will give God glory of all we can do!

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