Mission Ridge Church Podcast

Sermons and supplemental teaching from Mission Ridge Church

About the show

These are the recorded sermons, and supplemental content from Mission Ridge, a new church in Missoula Montana. For more information check us out online at www.missionridge.church or send us an email at info@missionridge.church

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Episodes

  • Footnotes: Experiencing God: God's Invitation

    March 18th, 2020  |  47 mins 8 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob, Jacob, and Marty discuss God inviting you to join His work, Luke 9:57-62, and how the Church can be dealing with COVID-19 situation.

  • Experiencing God: God's Invitation

    March 15th, 2020  |  30 mins 23 secs
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    This week Rob Croyle continues our series about Experiencing God with a message about God's invitation to join him.

  • Footnotes: Experiencing God: God Pursues You

    March 11th, 2020  |  50 mins 39 secs

    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob, and special guest Tricia from Child Bridge discuss what it looks like when God pursues you, how to wrestle with that in community, how peoples stories of being pursued can look different, and how to approach bible study as a conversation.

  • Experiencing God: God Pursues You

    March 8th, 2020  |  37 mins 5 secs
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    Continuing our series on how we can experience God, Rob takes a look at how God pursues us and what sort of relationship God desires to have with us.

  • Footnotes: Experiencing God: God is Always at Work

    March 4th, 2020  |  51 mins 27 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan and Rob discuss the implication from the sermon, examples of Jesus partnering with where God was already working, Genesis 26:4-5, and what it looks like when relationship drives your study of the bible.

  • Experiencing God: God is Always at Work

    March 1st, 2020  |  38 mins 14 secs
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    As we enter the Lenten season Rob Croyle starts a new series about how we can experience God. In the first week we look at how God is working out His redemptive plan, and when we join Him how we get to experience Him.

  • Footnotes: In The Beginning God: Confusing Language

    February 26th, 2020  |  51 mins 46 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob, and return guest Jen dive in and discuss various aspects of the final sermon of our series through chapters 1-11 of Genesis.

  • In The Beginning God: Confusing Language

    February 23rd, 2020  |  35 mins 57 secs
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    Logan Daily wraps up our look at the the chapters 1-11 of Genesis with the story of the Tower of Babel. What lessons can we learn about technology, self control, and understanding people from this, and how does this story fit into the greater narrative of Genesis 1-11?

  • Footnotes: In The Beginning God: Blessings, Not Curses

    February 19th, 2020  |  41 mins 30 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Rob and Logan dive into the story of Noah cursing his grandson. Exploring the theories on what Ham did to Noah and discussing some of the other possible aspects of this story. Joy Croyle also makes a guest appearance!

  • In The Beginning God: Blessings, Not Curses

    February 16th, 2020  |  35 mins 58 secs
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    Continuing the story of Noah, Rob Croyle delivers a message calling us to speak blessings into peoples' lives instead of curses.

  • Footnotes: In The Beginning God: Re-Creation

    February 12th, 2020  |  35 mins 44 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob, and special guest Daniel chat a bit about covenants, chiasms, and other stuff to supplement the sermon.

  • In The Beginning God: Re-Creation

    February 9th, 2020  |  37 mins 15 secs
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    This week Rob Croyle leads us in looking at the Genesis flood story. What similarities does this story share with Genesis 1? What do we learn about God and man? These questions and more as we continue our journey through the first eleven chapters of Genesis.

  • Footnotes: In The Beginning God: Falling - Round Two

    February 5th, 2020  |  57 mins 57 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob and first time guest Jen Bartlet discuss Genesis 4 and lots of fun extra content that didn't make it into the sermon.

  • In The Beginning God: Falling - Round Two

    February 2nd, 2020  |  37 mins 56 secs
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    This week Logan takes us through the story of Cain and Abel from Genesis 4. What similarities does that story have with the previous three chapters? What lessons might we acquire from this story of Cain?

  • Footnotes: In The Beginning God: Curses and Blessings

    January 29th, 2020  |  46 mins 22 secs
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    This week on Footnotes: Logan, Rob, and first time guest Cody discuss some extra content from Genesis 3 and some of its implications relating to recovery.

  • In The Beginning God: Curses and Blessings

    January 26th, 2020  |  38 mins 33 secs
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    Rob Croyle dives into Genesis 3 this week to explore questions like: "What is the big theme of this story?" and "We know that God speaks curses, but are there blessings too?"