September 13th, 2020 | 33 mins 2 secs
community, faith, friends, group, memorial hall, method, mission, whatever it takes
This week marks the second birthday of Queen City Church, and the start of a new season as we begin in-person services at Cincinnati’s Memorial Hall! In a special message for Comeback Sunday, Pastor Brian teaches from a story in Mark Chapter 2 to show when you can’t get to Jesus by yourself, other people will help you get there.
September 6th, 2020 | 35 mins 8 secs
addiction, community, empathy, guilt, me too, memorial hall, right, shame, sin, struggle, wrong
If you’ve ever had trouble breaking a sin habit, there’s a reason - because God never designed you to carry the weight of fixing yourself. In the final part of our series exploring topics from the past 100 weeks of Queen City Church, Jasmine Miller discusses how this cycle of sin occurs, and how we can find our way out of it, through community and through Jesus.
February 2nd, 2020 | 31 mins 6 secs
brother, community, family, friend, fundamentals, healing, lonely, nat miller, relationship, sister
This week, in conjuncture with the launch of our spring semester of small groups, our very own Nat Miller shares about the importance of a life giving community. A better and better life starts in real community with God and with others.
October 20th, 2019 | 35 mins 40 secs
attractive, blessing, community, pursued, refuse to live life alone, relationships, uncommon unity, unity
Jesus prays for all of us to have unity with one another; the same type of unity that He has with God. When we refuse to live life alone, we refuse to ever stop pursuing unity, even when we will fall short. In the conclusion of this series, Pastor Brian shares three points about “Uncommon Unity”.
October 13th, 2019 | 41 mins 23 secs
accepted, belong, community, jesus, loved, refuse to live life alone, strictly inclusive, the church, the gospel
During week two of our series “We Refuse to Live Life Alone”, Pastor Brian discusses three areas of our lives that are strictly inclusive, and how they affect the relationships we have as a community of followers of Jesus.