Northside Christian Church is a come as you are church! We offer our services every weekend at these times: Saturdays: 4:00 PM EST, Sundays: 9:00 AM EST and 11:00 AM EST. If you can’t make it to our campus then join us online! It’s "LIVE" online every Sunday at 11:00 AM EST.
Each image below represents a complete weekend service. To view or listen to individual sermons, simply click one of the thumbnails below.
July 17, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Marinade” series with “Mutually Blessing The Already Convinced”. We examined Psalm 107 and saw the recurring phrase, “Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.” The theme of the Psalm is the redeemed telling their story and concludes with the wise taking heed and pondering on God’s loving deeds. We saw how God blesses us in all areas of our lives and how we are to exalt him. We are called to recognize and declare what He’s done for us through worship and praise together. One of the best places for this to happen is in a life group.
July 10, 2016
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continued our “Marinade” series with “The Table”. We examined Psalm 100 and the response to the goodness of God. We learned "the table" is our opportunity to respond to the invitation God has extended to us. The tension of the table is God calling us to feast, yet we spend more time focused on resisting Him. Feasting leads to worship, acknowledging the supremacy of God, our roots, and our identity. Jesus sets a new menu and invites us to come and eat. Feasting leads to Thanksgiving, where worship is always our response to God’s invitation. The feasting never ends because God is good, He’s love, and He’s faithful.
July 3, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Marinade” series with “Guidelines for Going on the Grill”. Psalm 23, the most famous Psalm, showed how David spent his “time on the grill,” facing the heat of life’s challenges, and reflected on how loving and trustworthy the Lord was in those troubling times. We learned that God is all we’ll ever need. He guides us everywhere we need to be and never leaves us during the dark times. He appropriately allows challenges with adversity. He sets us apart with His Spirit and generously empowers us. He allows His grace to pursue us as we pursue Him. His presence becomes our life-long passion.
June 26, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “From the Chill-Down to the Break-Down”. We examined Psalm 51 and saw David bring his broken heart to God concerning his adulterous sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband Uriah. There is recognition of his sin, a passionate request for mercy, cleansing, and forgiveness, and a resolution to teach others and spiritually “pay it forward”. This Psalm came as a result of the confrontation of a friend. God doesn’t intend to break the strength of our spirit, just the hardness of our hearts. David’s repentance happened over time and all at once.
June 19, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “What Happens in the Fridge”. We examined Psalm 32:1-7 and see the thrill of forgiveness and the joy that’s provided with honesty that’s demanded. When we refuse to confess our sin, we experience the agony of resistance, which brings pain. He forgives, and our guilt is gone, when we quit hiding and come clean with our confession. The only place to hide is in God alone, where He protects us from trouble.
June 12, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “Picking the Right Spice”. As we soak up the Psalms and reflect on the marinating process, we see how picking the right spice, like the one and only Life and Truth, affects our lives. God’s Word reveals verses that are acidic (troubling), oily (comforting), and spicy (attention-getting). Each can represent God’s marinade in our spiritual lives. We can also see the negative and positive and their consequences in Children Learn What They Live by Dorothy Law Nolte. The symbols of the Word of God (bread, a lamp and a light, fire and a hammer, a two-edged sword, seed, a mirror) represent the experience with God in our lives (sustenance, illumination, purging, breaking, penetration and exposure, germination, reflection).
June 5, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, begins our “Marinade” series with “Take My Advice.” We examined Psalm 1 and saw how David made such a point to warn people to avoid sin on several levels. Take delight in the Word of God to bring joy and encouragement. Putting down roots by His spiritual streams allows us to bear good fruit. The difference between the righteous and the wicked are recognized by God’s mark on our lives.