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Sermons by Josh Rodriguez

The Great Life – Studies From the Book of Philippians (4:10-23)

This week, we come to our final message in the series “The Great Life.” Over the past two months, we’ve studied the book of Philippians and have been challenged by Paul’s words to a church that had brought him much encouragement in both his life and ministry. He spoke to them about unwavering faith regardless of the circumstances. He spoke of supernatural…

Psalm 23:6 – Traveling Light

As we close out our series on the 23rd Psalm, we find that our path has led us full circle. What began as a wonderful exclamation that in God, we have everything we need, now ends with the promise and hope that we can live in the very presence of God, not just in our present, every-day lives, but for all of…

Psalm 23:5 – Traveling Light

Psalm 23 is a beautiful metaphor of how we at our very best are like sheep following closely to the good shepherd who cares for us, protects us, and guides us. But in verse 4, King David makes a dramatic shift in his metaphor. Instead of talking about God, in a more formal third-person kind of way, David begins talking directly to…

Traveling Light – Psalm 23

Are you looking forward to some travel plans this summer? Whether it’s a long vacation or a short trip during the weekend, it’s always nice to get away for some rest and relaxation. And while we may have a growing list of responsibilities at work, school, with family and friends, and even in the church, it essential that we take time to…

Traveling Light – Psalm 23

Do you have any plans to travel this summer? Any trips planned to the beach or a weekend away in the mountains? Do you have your passport and vacation guide ready for some exciting journey to some faraway port? Or are you planning on just enjoying the summer here in central Ohio? In any case, we have all faced that moment of…

Our Core Values – Belonging

How long have you been attending the Indianola church? For some of you, this could be your very first visit. For others, this might be a place you have frequented, but still a place you are trying to figure out. For still others, this is a place that is just starting to feel like your “spiritual home.” For a church that is…

A Time for Hope

Last week, we began a new series based on the instructions of King Solomon. In the book of Ecclesiastes, he reminded us that “for everything there is a season.” And in the midst of the events we have witnessed in our nation and world this past year, it has been evident that one of the seasons we need is healing. We need…