Sermon Library

Sermon Library

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Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #044

Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #044 – Leaders Among Us

Pastors Jeremy Woltz, John Kelly, Lisa Eggert, and Jamal Jones answer questions about leadership development at WEAG. They share stories of how leaders before them have impacted their lives and their work for God. And, they celebrate the work of the Lord in impacting kids, students, young adults, and small groups through the armies of amazing volunteers that they lead. The Questions Jeremy – What brought you to WEAG? What is one of your earliest memories of someone at WEAG…
Jeremy Woltz Lessons from Timothy Living Legacy 11

Live a Legacy of Leadership – Lessons From Timothy

Young Adults & Small Groups Pastor Jeremy Woltz challenges us with Lessons From Timothy.  Jeremy identifies three takeaways from the apostle Timothy’s life of leadership lessons that he learned and espoused. In this concluding message of the Living Legacy series, WEAG’s Millennial pastors give thanks to the leadership of many before them as they accept the baton to continue WEAG’s legacy into another fifty years of transforming lives around the world. Pastors Jeremy, John, Jamal, and Lisa will all participate…
Throughout All Generations - Living Legacy 10 Sermon - John Hershman

Throughout All Generations

Former Senior Pastor, John Hershman, delivers today’s message in recognition of WEAG’s 50th birthday. John reflects on the joys of ministry over many decades, including the call to take the helm at WEAG, the miracle of embracing a mission-focus in unfavorable circumstances, and how God continually uses his Church as “fresh bread” to transform lives everywhere. John also addresses the current challenges that WEAG is facing and gives praise for the leadership and community that will surely witness even greater…

The Power of A Single Seed

Special guest, bestselling author, and Pastor Mark Batterson, delivers a WEAG 50th Birthday Celebration message on Thu., March 7, 2019. Mark refers to the incredibly small size, yet enormous durability and potential of a single seed, as representative of the breadth of impact God has had over 50 years, around the world, through the ministries and community of WEAG. This video is just Mark’s introduction and sermon. For the entire service, watch this one: https://youtu.be/qDGSwQtJD7s In the entire service video,…

Because You Say So – Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #43

Founding Pastor Dr. Bob Rhoden answers viewer questions about his recent sermon, Because You Say So. Watch or listen and get to know Dr. Rhoden more as he shares stories of his upbringing following the early death of his parents, his encounter with Jesus at age sixteen, and the call just ten years later to move to Richmond and help lead a brand new church in unfavorable circumstances. Below are just some of the questions Dr. Rhoden responds to. If…

Because You Say So

As the WEAG community celebrates 50 years of transforming lives for Christ, Founding Pastor Dr. Bob Rhoden delivers a message of jubilee for all God has done, thankfulness for all who have been a part, and excitement for what lies ahead. Dr. Rhoden uses WEAG’s history to highlight five takeaways from Jesus’ initial interactions with Peter and the other first disciples as recorded in Luke 5:1-11. He shares how the even despite unfavorable circumstances, we will be astonished at the…
Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #042

We Are Family – Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #42

Shane answers tough questions about the latest sermon, We Are Family, while also reiterating that WEAG is a family that has your back when you invite others into our house. Watch episode #042 of Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A as Shane tackles these questions… Why should ALL WEAGers embrace being a family of love in which grace is extended and love is lived? What will that mean for them? What do you mean when you say, WEAG will have your back…
Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman

We Are Family

WHAT MAKES THE CHURCH APPEALING? We are family: a house of love and truth.Neither of which are in conflict with the other nor necessitate a delicate balancing act. Rather, both may be lived and extended in fullness when we allow God to work in and through every relationship we have with both Christians and those who are far from God. Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman continues to explore what it means to be a Living Legacy as he delivers part eight…

Many Fields Few Workers – Beyond A Sermon Live Q&A #41

Are you ready to be a worker for God? To venture into the fields of harvest at home or abroad? As a church family, Pastor Shane unveiled a new Mission and Vision as WEAG celebrates fifty years of transforming lives around the world. In this week’s interview to “deep-dive” into the sermon, Many Fields But Few Workers, Shane addresses these questions about being a worker every day… Why was it necessary to kick-off WEAG 3.0 with a new Mission and…

So Many Fields and So Few Workers

Living legacy series part seven | Shane Schlesman Whether or not you have a green thumb, you are able to sow spiritual every day in whatever field you find yourself. God’s work is available to you to be a part in. In this seventh segment of the Living Legacy series, Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman unveils five ‘rules’ for transforming the lives God leads you in contact with. Through personal examples and the insights of John Maxwell, Shane challenges us to…

What’s Your Plan?

How do you plan to change the world?To make a mark? To transform lives?To share the love of Christ as He first loved you? In this second week of Missions Emphasis, Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman explores the principle, promise, and plan of God for our lives to be our brother’s keeper. #sermon #missions #transformation #love #God #promise #hope #trip #project #care #compassion #international #travel #construction #medical #impact #together #community #outreach #series #richmond #virginia #rva #weag #weagtv

Make It Personal

The world is suffering. There are people who are poor, hungry, alone, rejected, mistreated, and hopeless. Jesus loved them so much He stepped onto the mission field and stepped into the “game” that is our lives to save us. Are you willing to get in the game? To step onto the field of play? To make personal the welfare of another? This year, would you be willing to cross your street, jump in a car or board a plane to…
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