Queen City Church

Queen City Church | Cincinnati, OH

About the show

Welcome to the Queen City Church Podcast! Queen City Church is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and led by Pastors Brian and Heather Cromer. Our mission is to reach all people and teach them to have a relationship with God that gets better and better.

We hope these messages encourage and inspire you, and help point you toward your next step in your relationship with God.

For more information, visit queencitypeople.com or find us on social media at @queencitypeople.

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Episodes

  • Stand Firm = Love Well - “The Uncomfortable Middle”

    April 11th, 2021  |  40 mins 57 secs
    compromise, confrontation, culture, daniel, grace, identify, truth

    We live in a culture that believes you have to choose between standing firm and loving well. In this series, we will discover that God calls us to do both. During week one, Pastor Brian shows how we can stand firm, while loving well, in “The Uncomfortable Middle”.

  • Folding = Flexing

    April 4th, 2021  |  25 mins 57 secs
    death, easter, forgiven, future, good friday, life, resurrect, resurrection

    Jesus died so that we could have life, eternal and abundant life, with Him. This Easter Sunday, Pastor Brian shares the great news of the Gospel, and how through Jesus’ resurrection, it is impossible for anything to keep its hold on you.

  • Parables - “The Other Side Is No Longer An Option”

    March 28th, 2021  |  44 mins 37 secs
    care, compassion, good samaritan, hurting, love, ownership, parable, people, physical needs

    The Bible tells us that loving God includes loving people. Regardless of how unequipped you may feel, God wants to, and will, use you in order to make a difference and eternal impact in the lives of others. This week, Pastor Brian shares the parable of The Good Samaritan to show why we need to live under the belief that the other side is no longer an option.

  • Parables - “Show Me The Money”

    March 21st, 2021  |  44 mins 12 secs
    argument, dating, disagreement, divorce, fight, forgive, forgiveness, healing, hope, marriage, parable, reconciliation, relationship

    Jesus is clear in His teachings that forgiveness is absolutely necessary. But forgiveness can seem nearly impossible when you don’t fully understand what it means. Visiting this week from Gateway Church, guest speaker Jelani Lewis uses one of Jesus’ parables to show what forgiveness is, why forgiveness matters, and how we forgive.

  • Parables - “A Parable of Contrast”

    March 14th, 2021  |  30 mins 14 secs
    contrast, judge, parable, persistent, prayer, relationship, sacrifice, widow

    When we pray persistently, without losing hope, we put our trust in God. During week two of our series, Lauren Sheppard teaches on a parable where God tells us that the purpose of prayer is simply to always pray, and never give up.

  • Parables - “The Seed, The Sower, and The Soils”

    March 7th, 2021  |  48 mins 45 secs
    crowded heart, hard heart, harvest, heart, parable, seed, shallow heart, soil, sower

    The Bible says Jesus never spoke to crowds without using parables. A parable is a story, told alongside a truth, to help you understand that truth. During this new series leading up to Easter Sunday, Pastor Brian will be looking deeper into some of the parables to show us what Jesus was saying and teaching as he told these stories.

  • X’s and O’s - “Closing the Gap"

    February 28th, 2021  |  41 mins 41 secs
    argument, communication, distance, expectation, fight, gap, honesty, truthfulness, unrealistic

    When expectations don’t meet reality, it creates distance between two people. Whether our response to this distance is positive or negative, there’s still a gap of unmet expectations. In the final week of our relationship series, Pastor Brian shows us how to “close the cap” in all of our relationships through one important principle.

  • X’s and O’s - “Run!"

    February 21st, 2021  |  38 mins 18 secs
    accountability, awareness, boundary, cheating, infidelity, porn, pornography, protection, purity, secret, temptation, trigger

    Whether you are married, dating, or single, the strong temptations of sexual sin exist. Because of how destructive it can be, God commands us not to fight, but to sprint from it. During week three of our series, Pastor Brian shows what to run from, and what to run to, in order to avoid sexual sin.

  • X’s and O’s - “The Greatest Need of the Opposite Sex”

    February 14th, 2021  |  47 mins
    dating, love, marriage, married, relationship, respect, single

    God has a plan for each one of our relationships, and a specific plan for the relationship we have with our significant other. In week two of the series, Pastor Brian shows how to succeed in your relationships by understanding what the Bible says about the greatest need of the opposite sex.

  • X’s and O’s - “Having The Right Depth Chart”

    February 7th, 2021  |  42 mins 45 secs
    advice, complete, dating, divorce, husband, marriage, relationship, spouse, wife

    Our relationships determine the quality and the direction of our lives, and The Bible has a lot to say about those relationships. Throughout this series, Pastor Brian will be teaching us what God’s word says about the best practices for relationships with others by having a personal relationship with Jesus as the foundation.

  • Baby Monsters - “Greed"

    January 31st, 2021  |  32 mins 46 secs
    consequences, focus, greed, posture, prevention, remember, selfishness, sin

    The purpose of this series is centered around the idea that sin never stays small. But if we can stop things in their infancy, they will never reach maturity. In the final week of our series, we hear from Jasmine Miller as she discusses how the Baby Monster of Greed affected Judas’ life, and how it can affect each of our’s too.

  • Baby Monsters - “Complacency”

    January 24th, 2021  |  47 mins 26 secs
    apathy, bathsheba, blinded, comfort, dangers, false security, ignorance, laziness, ming david, slow progress

    If you’ve ever found yourself feeling stuck or plateaued in your relationship with Jesus, you could be fighting the Baby Monster of “complacency”. During week three of the series, Pastor Brian discusses how we can slip into complacency, the dangers of it, and most importantly - how to avoid ever getting there.

  • Baby Monsters - “Compromise”

    January 17th, 2021  |  39 mins 24 secs
    boundaries, compromise, conviction, failure, god's vision, redemption, sampson

    When we live by standards that are lower than those set by God, we are allowing an unhealthy compromise, which is the quickest way to find yourself off the course of your God-given calling. In week two of this series, Pastor Brian uses the Biblical story of Sampson to show how even the strongest can fall because of compromises that are given room to grow. We can also see the steps to take in order to not let compromise take control of our lives.

  • Baby Monsters - “Comparison”

    January 10th, 2021  |  35 mins 5 secs
    contempt, focus, happiness, perseverance

    Small things grow into big things. In the same way, minor challenges in life can become consuming if left unchecked. In week one of our new series, Pastor Brian shows how and why we should tame the monster of comparison.

  • Silence In The Storm

    January 3rd, 2021  |  41 mins 55 secs
    anchor, dan lian, memorial hall, rock, silent, storm

    Our God is good, strong, and always present, but we can still go through experiences where that doesn’t always feel true. This week, we are joined by Pastor Dan Lian, who leads us through a story in the Bible where Jesus went silent in the middle of a storm. Pastor Dan reminds us that we have the word of God and the Spirit of God to guide us when it feels like He has gone quiet.

  • Christmas is a Magnifying Glass

    December 20th, 2020  |  30 mins 21 secs
    care, christmas, gospel, jesus, magnify, unconditional, understand

    Merry Christmas, Queen City Church! We are so happy to be celebrating with you! This season can be a lot of different things – great, stressful, expensive, overrated – And Christmas has a tendency to magnify those things. Today, Pastor Brian challenges us to not LET things be magnified, but to CHOOSE what is magnified. If we choose to magnify Jesus this Christmas, what would we see?