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Sermons

Thomasville Road Baptist Church posts our sermons each week. If you were unable to attend or would like to listen again, everything is here for your convenience. Please contact the church office for sermons that are not online.

Sun, July 15, 2018


The Christian EDC

Jason Pamblanco

Sermon Series: Not of This World

What does your Every Day Carry (EDC) look like? What would you never leave home without stuffing into your pocket or bag? There are some things the Christian should never leave home without, including the mindset that we will suffer in this world, just as our Savior did. Pastor Jason Pamblanco helps us arm ourselves for the every day by gearing up and getting control.

Wed, July 11, 2018


ETCH-Ed 2018 Summer-4

Steve Vaughan

Sermon Series: Etch-ED

The 2018 Summer Session of ETCH-Ed is a study through the book of Mark. Pastor Steve Vaughan teaches the fourth installment.

Sun, July 08, 2018


Forgiveness and Unity

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Not of This World

Forgiving someone who has wronged you is never easy. But for the Christ-follower, it isn't really an option either. As we follow Jesus' example, we are commanded to forgive our "debtors". What does that look like? Do you have to act like nothing is wrong? Pastor Curtis looks at the Bible's radical command to forgive and talks about the process of reconciliation in today's installment of "Not of this World".

Sun, July 01, 2018


Christian Marriage

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Not Of This World

Submission. It's a word that carries a lot of baggage with it, including controversy. But would it make things less scary if we remembered that Jesus is our perfect example of submission, as He submitted Himself to His Father's will? Pastor Curtis helps us understand the Biblical meaning of the word and how it should be applied in marriage in today's message.

Sun, June 24, 2018


Submitting to God

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Not of This World

Submission is a tough one. Most of us don't like the idea of giving up the right to do what we want to do. But Scripture provides some pretty clear direction on the fact that we're supposed to submit, and to whom we are to submit. It won't be easy, but it'll certainly make you more like Christ...after all, He is the ultimate example to follow as He submitted to His Father's will! Listen as Pastor Curtis opens up the passage from 1 Peter 2.

Wed, June 20, 2018


ETCH-Ed 2018 Summer-3

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Etch-ED

The 2018 Summer Session of ETCH-Ed is a study through the book of Mark. Pastor Curtis Clark teaches the third installment.

Sun, June 17, 2018


Living as Exiles

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Not of This World

1 Peter 2 describes Jesus as a Living Stone. It's easy to talk about Him as the Cornerstone, or the Rock that we build our faith upon. But the same chapter describes what that Living Stone looks like to the unbeliever: a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense. Jesus looks quite different from a point of view of belief verses an unbelievers' perspective. Pastor Jerry Thornton talks today about what each view looks like. Which perspective describes yours?

Wed, June 13, 2018


ETCH-Ed 2018 Summer-2

Steve Vaughan

Sermon Series: Etch-ED

The 2018 Summer Session of ETCH-Ed is a study through the book of Mark. Pastor Steve Vaughan teaches the second installment.

Sun, June 10, 2018


Being Transformed

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Not of This World

As Pastor Curtis continues through 1st and 2nd Peter, he looks at what is required to see real transformation in a person's life. How are our lives changed in order to make us that "stranger in a strange land"? Listen as Curtis shares the answer and more in this installment of "Not of This World."

Wed, June 06, 2018


ETCH-Ed 2018 Summer-1

Curtis Clark

Sermon Series: Etch-ED

The summer session of ETCH-Ed kicks off in the Worship Center as the pastoral staff leads the church through the book of Mark.

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