Each Week You Can Find Messages and Playlist Links Here
Raise Your Voice
Church from the Couch
Notes and Playlists
We hope that you find these playlists as an
encouragement to your soul each week
Raise Your Voice-1 Samuel 3
Lauren shares about listening, which can. be difficult when it's busy! Christian and Jeremy P. share the song, "What a Beautiful Name."
Intro/Outro- What a Beautiful Name-Hillsong Young and Free Remix
Raise Your Voice-1 Samuel 1
Jordyn and Ashley share the song "Another in the Fire." Sara S. follows up and encourages us to make our requests known to God and to seek His glory! Hope to see you Wednesday at 6:30pm for prayer in the courtyard!
Intro song-Another in the Fire (Billy Davis Remix)
Raise Your Voice-Exodus 33:12-23
Jacob and Katrina share a song about the King of Kings, Seth follows up Pastor Ryan's morning message and encourages you to join the challenge of praying 15 minutes a day! Hope to see you Wednesday at 6:30pm for prayer in the courtyard!
Church from the Couch-Matthew 25:1-13
Maddi shares the song "O Come to the Altar" and Seth shares a 21st century reading of the parable and encourages us to exercise wisdom in the things that we do!
Church from the Couch-Luke 14:15-24-
Christina and Jeremy share a song, Seth shares a messages about receiving God's grace and pointing others to it!
Church from the Couch-Matthew 21:33-46-
Jared shares on the Parable of the Tenants and the receiving the gospel into your life.
Want to come on campus this week to hangout with our interns and study the Word? Sign-up for Jared, JK, Lauren, and Sara's studies by clicking their names!
Church from the Couch-Matthew 21-Words are loud, Actions are louder.
Seth shares about how our actions speak louder than our words and to not only say the right thing, but to do the right thing!
Church from the Couch-Matthew 20-Gratitude
Olivia and Jeremy lead in worship. Seth shares that life's not fair, but praise God! We have so much to be grateful for!
Church from the Couch-Control
Seth shares about focusing on all that could be when we realize that the
Lord is in control of the things that we aren't! Katrina shares a song about surrendering all.
Ask a Senior-Week 3
Christina sings Reckless Love by Cory Asbury, and our Seniors share their greatest pieces advice to our current HS students and Seniors!
Don't Miss This!
Ask a Senior-Week 2
Chloe and Jacob sing about God's goodness and Seniors share some of their favorite lessons that God taught them this year and in High School!
Ask a Senior-Week 1
Connor shares a song and Seniors share some of their favorite memories while Seth shares about being content despite FOMO.
Collide Online: Mother's Day Edition
Tips and Tricks on loving your mom well on Mother's Day, quarantine or not!
Church in the Wild: Week 5
Luke and Seth share about rejoicing in Hope and holding out hope for all the good things that the future might hold even in the midst of trials and tribulations.
Church in the Wild: Week 4
Seth's Links and Notes: Simple Rules
In-Depth Rule of Life Guide: HERE
Practices and Spiritual Disciplines are meant to help us draw near to Jesus. Don't make rules and try to create rhythms that are idealistic, make rules and create rhythms that are realistic!
Hit us up with thoughts and rules you're putting into practice!
Church in the Wild: Week 3
Jeremy's Devo: Raise a Hallelujah
Notes from Grace: I don’t know about you guys, but recently things have been flipped upside down for me. Especially for you upperclassmen, it’s scary and feels hard to rejoice right now when you think about things like prom and graduation being cancelled. Even for underclassmen, who are losing time with friends and parts of their high-school experience, it doesn’t feel like a natural reaction to praise God in these times. God constantly blesses us with these opportunities and moments but we often need to step back and remember that experiencing these things are not our purpose on this world. Our purpose is to serve Him and be ambassadors of Christ. We get so used to depending on things of this world, that we forget that the only true constant thing in our life is our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. God is never ending, never failing, and always remains true and constant. So in this time of uncertainty, let’s remember that we can always turn to Him with our burdens or fears. God never fails. Let's praise Him this week with that message in mind.
Church in the Wild: Week 2
Jeremy's Devo: Great is thy Faithfulness
Notes from Chloe R.: My hope for his playlist is that it would ease any fears you may have and remind you that God is good and is in control. I've included songs that I think are great reminders of who God is and of the peace we find when we give control of our lives over to Him. Our Lord is so great and so powerful and He has a plan for our lives. He can bring good out of any circumstance. As you listen to this playlist, I ask that you would open your heart to hear what the Lord is trying to tell you through these songs.
Church in the Wild: Week 1
Jeremy's Notes: Take this playlist as an opportunity to enter into a musical dialogue with God. One where we go from recognizing our need, to surrendering our need, to recognizing His power, to embracing His power, and praising Him for meeting our need. You’ll find some worship songs you might be familiar with, and other “non-worship” songs with powerful messages. Our hope this will help you engage with the Lord during your personal worship times in the unique way that only music can do. We are confident you’ll be encouraged by it!