The Village Chapel's Podcast

These are the Sunday Messages and Bible Studies of The Village Chapel in Lompoc, Ca.
Pastor Chuck looks at two types of Spiritual blindness.
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Pastor Jason teaches about the second time Jesus feeds a multitude.
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What is Joy? Pastor Chuck takes us through Matthew 2 with a look at the Wise Men's reaction to the birth of Jesus.
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Pastor Chuck continues through Mark with a look at Jesus walking on the water.
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Pastor Chuck continues through Mark with a look at the feeding of the five thousand.
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Pastor Jason teaches on Mark 6.
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Pastor Chuck Looks at how faith in Jesus can overcome even the most hopeless situations.
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Pastor Chuck continues through Mark with a look at Jesus's Power over two different types of storms.
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Pastor Chuck's Wednesday night study continues with a look at Genesis Chapter 17.
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Pastor Chuck continues through Mark with a look at the Power of God's Kingdom.
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Bart Randolph Teaches through John 14.
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Pastor Chuck continues his series through Mark with a look at the parable of the Sower.
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Who does Jesus call his family? Pastor Chuck continues his series through Mark.
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Pastor Chuck continues his series through Mark, with a look at how important it is to stay focused on the main thing.
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Pastor Chuck looks at three instances of how Jesus creates new beginnings in our lives.
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What does a heart like Jesus look like? Pastor Chuck shows us as he continues his series through the book of Mark.
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As Pastor Chuck continues in Mark chapter 1; he lays out the steps for seizing the moment in your life.
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Pastor Chuck begins his series in Mark.
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Pastor Chuck looks at Psalms 26-28, and the tips for traveling through life that they provide.
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Pastor Chuck continues his Summer Psalm Series with a look at one of the most well know Psalms of all time; Psalm 23.
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