Resources by Josh Beakley

The Costly Risk: The Tragedy of Samson’s Ruin

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In the final message of this series, Pastor Josh teaches about the consequences of Samson’s indulgence and arrogance in Judges 16.

The Wedding Fight

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In Judges 14-15, Samson displays his tendency to seek out revenge and to disregard the instruction and guidance of all other voices but his own. In this message, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches that, in spite of Samson himself, God’s sovereign power is on full display in every outcome.

A Surprise Visit: The Prophecy of Samson’s Rise

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In this message from Judges 13, Pastor Josh Beakley begins a three-part series on the life of Samson and the mystery and sovereignty of God’s plan throughout his life.

The Great Reversal

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There’s only one right side of history: God always wins. In this final sermon from our series on the book of Esther, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches through chapters of 8-10, about the clear demonstration of God’s sovereignty despite His name never appearing in the book.

Turn of Fate

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It just so happens that nothing just so happens. In this message, Pastor Josh Beakley walks through Esther 5-7, and explains that regardless of how hopeless the circumstances may seem from our perspective, fate always turns according to plan, and the supremacy of God always prevails.

Leap of Faith

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In this message from Esther 4, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches about the reality of evil and its demand for a response from every believer.

Rise of the Nemesis

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In this message from Esther 3, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches about the rise of evil, and shows how the glory of God is on display even through life’s darkest moments.

Trouble In Paradise: Our Depravity

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In the first message of this five-part series, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches from Esther 1-2, about the sure hope believers can place in God’s sovereignty in spite of seemingly hopeless circumstances.

No Time to Waste

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In this message, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches from Ephesians 5:15-21, about the temptation to live a life of self-indulgence and comfort. This passage of Scripture gives the church a countercultural way in which to live under the influence of wisdom, leading to a deeper walk with Christ.

First Things First

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God won’t settle for the work of our hands when He doesn’t first have the worship of our heart. In this message from Luke 10:38-42, Pastor Josh Beakley encourages believers to examine their priorities and make room for worship and to listen for the voice of the Lord.