First Pres Maumee

First Pres Maumee

“Love First” is not just our motto, it is the way we seek to live in community with one another. In a world that is becoming more and more polarized, First Pres Maumee seeks to be a church family that prioritizes “love of neighbor” because we recognize that Jesus first loved us. By keeping Jesus at the center of our life together, the congregation is strengthened by a diversity of thought and experience. Our goal is to continually point one another to Jesus, who is revealed in the words of scripture.

Episodes

July 14, 2024
Pastor Clint Tolbert discusses Ephesians 4:1-16. The Apostle Paul now begins to articulate the way the Church must live in the world in light of God’s calling; a way that is marked both by “oneness” and “holiness”.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert discusses Ephesians 3:1-21. Paul prays that the Church might recognize its own call and purpose in Jesus; namely, to know God’s love and to bear his name in the world.
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Pastor Jason Armstrong talks about Ephesians 2: 11-22. Once separated, Jews and Gentiles are reconciled to God through Christ, and one new body emerges; the church.
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Landon Rohrer continues in Ephesians 2:1-10. We’ve been made alive with Christ, thanks to God’s grace and mercy, so we may do the good works he prepared for us to do.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert speaks about Ephesians 1:15-23. The Apostle Paul offers a prayer for the children of God – that they would know God through Jesus, as they submit themselves to his rule in their lives.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert continues in Ephesians 1: 3-14. Paul lifts up and honors the person and work of the Trinity; the one in whom the life of the Church finds its beginning and end.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert begins our Summer study of Ephesians with chapter 1:1-2, and Acts 19:1-20.
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Pastor Jason Armstrong talks about Romans 12:1-8. The Apostle Paul urges believers to not be influenced by the ways of the world, but instead, have their thinking transformed through the Holy Spirit within them.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert discusses Matthew 7:13-14, the Narrow and Wide Gates. The way that leads to the life Jesus’ desires for us is narrow and not easy to find. We need faithful partners as we walk this way.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert uses 1 Corinthians 15:1-26 and 51-57 in a discussion about Jesus’ resurrection.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert discusses 1 Corinthians 13:1-13, where the Apostle Paul calls the church to a more excellent way of living together — a way based on the Agape love of Jesus.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert talks about 1 Corinthians 1:10-18. Paul writes to the church in Corinth, calling them to a unity in faith. That true life in Christ can only be found as we die to self, with him.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert speaks about Acts 17:1-9 with 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10. Paul writes to encourage the church in Thessalonica, spurring them on to continued faithfulness in Jesus. What does a faith that endures look like?
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Pastor Clint Tolbert speaks about Acts 3:1-10, where Peter and John see and offer healing to a lame man, by the power of Jesus. What are we offering to those we see?
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Pastor Jason Armstrong leads us through Luke 24:36-49 and Acts 1:1-14. Jesus entrusted his ministry to the apostles, through the power of the Holy Spirit. How have you been empowered by the Holy Spirit?
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Pastor Clint Tolbert tells the story in Mark 16:1-8. The women at the empty tomb were told of the resurrection and to share the good news, but they were left trembling and bewildered. What Now?
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Pastor Clint Tolbert talks about Mark 11:1-11 and 14:3-9. He shows us that God’s Spirit, not our own reason, will enable us to take hold of God’s kingdom.
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Pastor Clint Tolbert speaks about Mark 13:1-8 and 24-37. To receive Jesus’ kingdom we must watch for his return, not with anxiousness, but eager anticipation.
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Pastor Jason Armstrong talks about Mark 12:28-44 and asks, “Are you offering God your entire life, or only the surplus?”
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Pastor Clint Tolbert shows us with Mark 12: 1-17, that the more we try to control our life by ourselves, the less we are able to trust in God’s kingdom.
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