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Mission Church is a small and relationally minded Christian community in the center of Tucson Arizona. Each teaching is based out of a Scripture passage and most are from within a study of an entire biblical book. We hope this podcast helps our folks stay connected, and encourages anyone just listening in toward trusting Jesus.
 
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Elephant Scout presents Tucson Heat starring Betsy Bruce as Detective Harriet Shepard and Chezale Rodriguez as Detective Jasmine Alicia. This eight part scripted series follows these two detectives as they race to stop a spree of bank robberies and track down a notorious serial killer... before he strikes again. You can also learn more at elephantscout.com/podcast or by following @elephantscout
 
A podcast covering spooky stuff in the small yet big city of Tucson and the state of Arizona at large. Dani, Jess, & Friends will cover a variety of topics, including local serial killers, haunted places, rumors, paranormal incidents, unexplained mysteries, ufo sightings, time disruptions, unsolved crimes, missing persons, and whatever else we want!
 
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2nd Sunday after Epiphany, January 16, 2022 Epiphany Series: Uncovered Second Sunday after Epiphany First Reading: Isaiah 62:1-5. The prophet Isaiah pictured the Church’s relationship with the Lord as an infinitely happy marriage. Psalm of the Day, Psalm 145: The LORD is worthy of praise. Second Reading: Ephesians 3:14-21. There is no limit of love…
 
1st Sunday after Epiphany, January 9, 2022 Epiphany Series: Uncovered First Sunday after Epiphany Anointing Uncovered: What the eye sees differs from what God decrees. First Reading: 1 Samuel 16:1-13. To the eyes of the average Israelite, the young boy David was not the best choice to be king, yet he was God’s choice: a man after God’s heart. Psalm…
 
Modern culture assumes that society makes people evil. Christianity acknowledges that people make society. Until our hearts are changed, nothing around us will. That is the hope of the Gospel. Only God can change our hearts and truly deal with the problem we refuse to acknowledge. 1. The Bible teaches that mankind is born naturally in a state of re…
 
John's vision of Heaven is not short of Old Testament references. With callbacks to Mount Sanai and Ezekiel, he doesn't leave it to the imagination who God is in the vision. The Cherubim and the Elders are also identifying this figure as God, but specifically the Father. 1. If something looks like God was described and is given credit for the thing…
 
The Epiphany of Our Lord, January 2, 2022 A Light for All People First Sunday in Epiphany First Reading: 1 Kings 10:1-9. The Queen of Sheba learns of God’s love for all people from King Solomon. Second Reading and Sermon Text: Acts 13:46-49. God’s desire for salvation for the whole world for all time. Gospel Reading. Matthew 2:1-12. God used a spec…
 
The Thessalonian church had been dealing with false teachers and reached out to Paul for clarification on these things. Instead of just stating an outright yes or no, he equips them to think for themselves by reminding them of other truths they had heard from the Old Testament. Then reminds them that their love for the truth will win out the day. T…
 
New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2021 New Year’s Eve Service: A Time for Everything Psalm 90: We live, O Lord, within your grace; you are true God eternally First Reading: Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. For everything, there is an appointed time. Second Reading and Sermon Text: Hebrews 13:5-8, 14. God has said he will never leave you. Gospel Reading. Matthew 25:1…
 
Revelation 4 is a major turning point for what is to take place during the last days. The door of heaven opens, signaling the gathering up of his Holy Saints to be brought before the throne of God. This absence of the church on earth will put into full motion the 7 year tribulation and the focus of God's dealings with humanity directly on the natio…
 
1st Sunday after Christmas, December 26, 2021 What Child is This? Our Substitute and Sacrifice First Reading: Isaiah 50:4-9. While we have not always trusted God, Jesus demonstrated perfect obedience and trust, even when his Father asked him to be the sacrifice for our sin. Second Reading and Sermon Text: Hebrews 2:10-18. Through his suffering and …
 
Christ taking flesh is a mystery we shall never fully understand until we come to heaven. If our hearts not be rocks, this love of Christ should affect us. Behold love that passes knowledge (Ephesians 3:19). - Thomas Watson, A Body of Divinityעל ידי Pastor Bruce Brock
 
Joshua was a textbook example of how to effectively see God do a new work in his life. He kept God's word close, His promises closer, and the people closest to him never stopped hearing about it. With a perspective of preparation, application, and discipleship concerning God's word, we will see the same good success Joshua saw. 1. Where we were yes…
 
Christmas Day, December 25, 2021 First Reading and Meditation: Exodus 33:18-23, 34:5-7. God in the Flesh: The Overpowering Glory of God. Second Reading and Meditation: Romans 8:31-32. God in the Flesh: The Gracious Gifts of God in Christ.. Gospel Reading and Meditation. John 1:1-18. God in the Flesh: The Gift Beneath the Wrapping. Pastor Ron Koehle…
 
Christmas Eve, December 24, 2021 First Lesson: Genesis 3:8-15. The Seed of the Woman. Second Lesson: Isaiah 9:2-7. A Child is born to us who walk in Darkness. He will be named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Third Lesson: Psalm 96. Sing to the Lord a new song. Fourth Lesson: 1 John 4:9-14. God’s Only-Begotten S…
 
On the day we remember Christmas, a very special event took place. God physically entered this world as a baby. The first witnesses of this event were shepherds. Singled out by Angels, they were told exactly who was here and why He had come. It wasn't to destroy us, but to redeem us from destruction. It wasn't just to inspire good things, but show …
 
The Church of Laodicea had many problems, but one solution. Everything they needed, they could receive freely from Jesus. The only thing that was lacking was their willingness to receive those things from Him and pursue Him. 1. You won't find something apart from Jesus that you can only receive from Him, 2. Correction is the greatest security we ha…
 
4th Sunday of Advent, December 19, 2021 First Lesson: Micah 5:2-5. The humble, tiny town of Bethlehem would be exalted with the birth of our Savior who would bring spiritual peace to the ends of the earth. Psalm 85. LORD, in your mercy heart my prayers. Second Reading. Hebrews 10:5-10. We cannot do enough good works or offer enough sacrifices to ra…
 
The Incarnation of Jesus tells us certain things about God that can be known. The world we live in apart from God tries to maintain the status quo by denying or dismissing this as a pointless pursuit, but a personal God doesn't allow that kind of conclusion to be rational. If God has come to this world and proven Himself to be who He is, then all g…
 
When Jesus took on flesh, we understand what God considers valuable. He didn't become a soul after His resurrection or only appear as an apparition in order to communicate what He saw as most important about mankind. He saw life, the pleasures and pain that comes with it, and our ultimate relationship with Him all valuable for the same reason. If w…
 
Angelic Announcement to Joseph: God Is With Us Midweek Advent 3, Wednesday, December 15, 2021 First Lesson: Isaiah 7:10-17. Though King Ahaz refused to ask for a sign when God promised to give one, God still graciously spoke of the coming Savior. The miraculous sign would be a virgin giving birth to a child called Immanuel, which means “God with us…
 
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