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9 Teachings

Pastoral Residencies

On a yearly basis, we invite a minister from another church community for a few weeks to teach and lecture on their area(s) of expertise or insight.

Title& Teacher
Teacher
Summary
Date
Duration
Revival
Darren Rouanzoin
Darren Rouanzoin teaches from Acts 19 on the rapid growth of the early church and how the actions of those early Christians can serve as a model and inspiration for revival today. Darren Rouanzoin is the Lead Pastor of Garden Church in Long Beach, CA.
20181118
41:48
Leaders Prayer Training
Darren Rouanzoin & Dave Lomas
In this special training, Darren Rouanzoin teaches the intercessory prayer model which his church, Garden Church, utilizes for its Sunday ministry time and small group gatherings. After, Darren and Dave Lomas do a Q&A on prayer and prophecy. Darren Rouanzoin is the Lead Pastor of Garden Church in Long Beach, CA.
20181115
71:23
Lecture on Growing in the Power of the Spirit
Darren Rouanzoin
In this lecture, Darren Rouanzoin provides practical steps to grow as a community in anticipating and expecting more power of the Spirit in everyday, ordinary life. Darren Rouanzoin is the Lead Pastor of Garden Church in Long Beach, CA.
20181113
57:46
Practicing the Ministry of Healing
Darren Rouanzoin
Darren Rouanzoin teaches from 1 Corinthians 12:7-11 on what we should expect when it comes to gifts of healing and how to practically pray for healing as Jesus did. Darren Rouanzoin is the Lead Pastor of Garden Church in Long Beach, CA.
20181111
53:22
The Exclusive Paul
Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie speaks on the clear boundary markers of faithfulness to King Jesus which Paul established for the multi-ethnic, multicultural people of God. (This sermon is essentially part 2 of "The Inclusive Paul," which we highly recommend watching or listening to first for context).
20161113
45:00
Lecture on the Early Church & Politics with Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie
In our tenth lecture in the Year of Biblical Literacy Lecture Series, pastor, professor, and co-founder of The Bible Project Tim Mackie lectured on the Bible's view of political power and how the church can influence society for the better. Q&A followed. Tim referenced various Scriptures on the screen throughout the lecture and Q&A, so we highly recommend watching the video version (button below). You may also find it helpful to view the PDF handout of the lecture content. Dr. Mackie is a Professor of Biblical Studies at Western Seminary, Teaching Pastor at Door of Hope, and Co-Founder of The Bible Project.
20161107
1:32:53
The Inclusive Paul
Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie speaks on how the Apostle Paul formed new, ethnically diverse communities based on the love of God and allegiance to the risen King Jesus.
20161106
45:32
The Origins of the Bible
Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie teaches on how the Bible came to be and what it means to engage with it as both a human and divine book. (You may also find Tim's related Lecture on Canonization helpful).
20160117
56:07
Lecture on Canonization with Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie
In our first lecture in the Year of Biblical Literacy lecture series, Tim Mackie, a Hebrew Bible Scholar and co-founder of The Bible Project, spoke on "The Making of the Bible." He focused on on how the canonized text we call the Bible became the Bible. Hosted by RealitySF on January 18th, 2016 at Dolores Park Church To learn more about the Year of Biblical Literacy, visit our website
20160118
1:55:30