Disciplines of Desire

Al Abdulla speaks from Matthew 6:5-18 on the ways God satisfies our deepest desires through the spiritual disciplines. The closing prayer, along with all the other sermon slides, can be found here.

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Al Abdulla is the Lead Pastor of Reality Church Boston.

Matthew 6:5-18 | Taught on 23 July 2017 | 42:21

08.20 700 tc 7-13

The Problem with Us and Prayer

Britt Merrick speaks from Matthew 7:7-11 on Jesus’ command to continually pursue our Father in Heaven through prayer and what we will experience as a result.

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Britt Merrick is the Founder of the Reality Family of Churches and the Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Reality Carpinteria.

Matthew 7:7-11 | Taught on 20 August 2017 | 45:02

08.13 700 tc 1-05

Something More

Ruthie Kim speaks from Matthew 7:1-6, 12 on Jesus’ command to not hold others in condemning judgment but rather to offer compassion and truth in love.

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Ruthie Kim is part of the Reality SF teaching team and the Founder & CEO of Because Justice Matters.

Matthew 7:1-6, 12 | Taught on 13 August 2017 | 39:14

08.06 700 tc-8-24

How Jesus Speaks to the Cares of Your Soul

Tim Chaddick speaks from Matthew 6:25-34 on Jesus’ command not to worry but to instead entrust ourselves to the gracious, attentive care of God.

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Tim Chaddick is the Lead Pastor of Reality Church London.

Matthew 6:25-34 | Taught on 06 August 2017 | 48:42

7.30 700 tc 5.19

True Treasure

Rashad Clemons speaks from Matthew 6:19-24 on Jesus’ command to pursue God as our ultimadte treasure instead of the fleeting pleasures of wealth.

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Rashad Clemons is the Lead Pastor of Trinity Grace Church Crown Heights in Brooklyn, New York.

Matthew 6:19-24 | Taught on 30 July 2017 | 36:06

07.16 700

The Hidden Life

Ryan Jones speaks from Matthew 6:1-4 on the audience we’re living our lives for and how to pursue living in reference to God alone.

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Ryan Jones is the Rector/Lead Priest of Eucharist Church SF.

Matthew 6:1-4 | Taught on 16 July 2017 | 42:11

07.09 700

Retaliation and Loving Your Enemies

Josh Waidley speaks from Matthew 5:38-48 on Jesus’ commands of how to respond to and love our enemies.

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Josh Waidley is a Neighborhood Minister on staff at Reality SF.

Matthew 5:38-48 | Taught on 09 July 2017 | 33:13

7.02 700

Focus on the Greater Vow

Christian Huang speaks from Matthew 5:33-37 on the costliness and danger of making vows and the importance of focusing on God’s vow of faithfulness to us.

Christian Huang is the Executive Director of SF City Impact.

Matthew 5:33-37 | Taught on 02 July 2017 | 38:19

06.25 700

The Great Fulfillment

Jeremy Treat speaks from Matthew 5:17-26 on how Jesus fulfills the story of the Old Testament, and how that impacts the ways we approach righteousness and anger.

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Jeremy Treat is the Pastor for Preaching & Vision at Reality LA.

Matthew 5:17-26 | Taught on 25 June 2017 | 52:48

6.18 700

Bright Lights in a Dark World

Ruthie Kim speaks from Matthew 5:13-16 on the theme of light in Scripture, what it tells us about God, and how that informs the way we live in a world that often feels dark.

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Ruthie Kim is part of the Reality SF teaching team and the Founder & CEO of Because Justice Matters.

Matthew 5:13-16 | Taught on 18 June 2017 | 49:19

6.11 700

God’s Good News for the Unexpected and Undeserving

Britt Merrick speaks from Matthew 5:1-12 on Jesus’ Beatitudes as the surprising announcement of who is blessed and who belongs in God’s Kingdom.

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Britt Merrick is the Founder of the Reality Family of Churches and the Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Reality Carpinteria.

Matthew 5:1-12 | Taught on 11 June 2017 | 40:03

6.04 700

Hurry: The Great Enemy of Spiritual Life

Introducing our new teaching series “Summer on the Mount,” John Mark Comer speaks from Matthew 11:28-30 on adopting Jesus’ pace and lifestyle before attempting to take on his “yoke” (which refers to His teachings in the Sermon on the Mount).

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John Mark Comer is the Pastor of Vision & Teaching at Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon.

Matthew 11:28-30 | Taught on 04 June 2017 | 52:28