Video Messages

Video Messages

  • Set Free. Live Free View

    Derrick Busch - July 01, 2018

    Derrick Busch Sermon
  • No One Like Jesus View

    Derrick Busch - June 03, 2018

    NO One Like Jesus
  • Today we have a special Pentecost Sunday Service. View

    Various - May 20, 2018

    Join us for Pentecost Sunday.
  • Trusting God in the Storm View

    Derrick Busch - May 06, 2018

    Derrick preaches today about the Storms of Life and trusting God through them.
  • Camp Manatawny Update View

    Andrew Cooper - April 18, 2018

    Update on Camp Manatawny.
  • Abiding in Christ, Our first Connection View

    Derrick Busch - April 08, 2018

  • Sunday Easter Service View

    Derrick Busch and Dan Cooper - April 08, 2018

    Sunday Easter Service
  • Choosing a Life that Matters - #7 Serve God Not Self View

    Dan Cooper - March 25, 2018

    This is part 7 of a 7-part series encouraging listeners to choose a life that really matter. We do have choices. We have free will. We all make choices. Will you and I choose decisions that will lead to ruin or lead to life? Choose to "Serve God. Not Self".
  • Connect View

    Derrick Busch and Dan Cooper - February 04, 2018

    Date: 2/4/18 Presenter: Dan Cooper, Derrick Busch, and Mike Broyles Connecting Common Language and Community. Today's Lesson is about our 2018 theme and goals. It is our desire to connect with Jesus and People to unify through a common language and to reach out to our surrounding communities.
  • Are You Willing to Lose Your Religion To Find Salvation View

    Derrick Busch - January 27, 2018

    Are You Willing to Lose Your Religion To Find Salvation
  • Sacrifices in Small Packages View

    Dan Cooper - January 14, 2018

    Yes, many and maybe even the most of us will make those grand, glorious sacrifices to confess our faith in christ.  But, will we make the little sacrifices necessary, day in and day out, to live out our faith.
  • Happy New Year!! Living Holy View

    Derrick Busch and Dan Cooper - December 31, 2017

    How do we want to live in 2018
  • A Special Christmas Eve Service View

    Multiple Speakers - December 24, 2017

    A Special Christmas Eve Service
  • Valuable Lessons Learned from Rudolph View

    Mike Broyles - December 17, 2017

    Lessons Learned from Rudolph
  • Follow Me View

    Derrick Busch - November 12, 2017

    Sermon by Derrick Busch: Follow me
  • Humble Ourselves View

    Derrick Busch - November 05, 2017

    Humble Ourselves: Presented by Derrick Busch
  • Dan Cooper View

    Dan Cooper - October 22, 2017

  • Are We Listening To God View

    Derrick Busch - October 15, 2017

  • Jesus: Mediator Between God and Man View

    Patrick Mead - July 11, 2017

    Jesus came not only to save us, but to bridge the gap between God and man. He is the bridge that connects us and all along that bridge, he walks with us and guides us. He is the Author and Finisher of our Faith.
  • How to Tell a Jesus Story: Lazarus and the Man Who Ran Out of Bread View

    Patrick Mead - July 10, 2017

    God is not a distant, judging, harsh God but one who is our neighbor who has moved into our community and declared “peace” between us. Knowing that, we trust Him rather than what we see or what we fear.
  • The Angel of the Lord View

    July 09, 2017

  • Look at Jesus: The Transfiguration View

    Patrick Mead - July 09, 2017

  • Jesus: The Alpha and Omega View

    Patrick Mead - July 09, 2017

  • You Me and God - Quick Review View

    Dan Cooper - June 11, 2017

    In our relationship, with family, with outsiders, with strangers, with family, with outsiders, with strangers, with older folk and younger folk, how do we conduct ourselves. What are God's standards. What are pivotal words to describe the types of relationships we should have?
  • You, Me, and God 3 View

    Dan Cooper - June 04, 2017

    In our relationship, with family, with outsiders, with strangers, with older folk and younger folk, how do we conduct ourselves. What are God's standards. What are pivotal words to describe the types of relationships we have?
  • You. Me. and God View

    Carlos Isaziga - May 21, 2017

    God made sex for the good of mankind's.  Sin has distorted sex.  See sex through a different lens.  Sex is good because God made it for good.
  • Mother's Day Sermon "I Love You Mom" View

    Carlos Isaziga - May 14, 2017

    Happy Mother's Day: The care of our mothers is crucial to the Christ follower. At Jesus' most painful time His heart ached for His mother. His responsibility to His mother was part of Him finishing His mission
  • Better Days Start Now: How to Overcome Discouragement. View

    Dan Cooper - May 07, 2017

    Today we conclude a 4 week series on the Book of Hebrews...Open you Bible there.... Last Week Garth and Tim focused attention on those Hebrews 11 Faith Heroes. I call Heb. 11 "God's Honor Roll."
  • 5th Sunday Worship Service View

    Garth Hutchinson and Tim Davis - April 30, 2017

    5th Sunday WorshipGarth and Tim lead our 5th Sunday worship today.
  • Celebration of the Life of Glynn Durham View

    April 23, 2017

    Family and Friends celebrate and honor Glynn Durham, who faithfully finished the race here on earth, and entered into the joy of our Lord on April 19, 2017
  • Rethink 12: Wolves in Sheep's Clothing View

    Dan Cooper - April 09, 2017

    How do we live out the Sermon on the Mount? This last section of the Sermon on the Mount may be the most haunting and disconcerting. Hypocrisy is a big deal. Obedience is a huge deal. Fruit matters. There will be surprises at judgement. How do we live so that we are not surprised. How can I live so that Jesus will not say, "I never knew you. Away from me you evil doer!"
  • Rethink 9: Watch Me View

    Dan Cooper - March 19, 2017

    Overview: How do we live out the Sermon on the Mount? The unfortunate truth is that in our day the biblical view of being secret in our good deeds. When you became a disciple of His, you signed up to do good deeds in secret. We signed up to give secretly, to fast secretly, and to pray in our closets. God calls us to be a people of deep integrity.
  • Rethink 5: Before you worship View

    Carlos Isaziga - February 19, 2017

  • Rethink 3: You Are Salt and Light View

    Dan Cooper - February 05, 2017

    Overview: How do we live out the beatitudes. We become salt and light. In your experience, are Christians so separate from the world that they can't make any difference in the world? Or have Christians become so much like the word that they're not different enough to make an impact on the world? If we are to be salt and Light to a corrupt, prejudiced, rotting world, we must live in the world, but not be contaminated by the world. We must be salt and light. To influence the world I am to be distinctive from, not identical with the world.
  • Just Jesus View

    Carlos Isaziga - January 15, 2017

    Text: John 15: 1-8, Philippians 3: 7-11 Big Idea: Without Jesus we will not be able to do anything of real meaning and substance. As a matter of fact, everything is meaningless/worthless without Jesus, even religious stuff. How can everything be garbage compared to knowing Jesus? Bottom Line: Jesus is my win.
  • Christmas 2016/ The Gift: When Earth meets Heaven View

    Dan Cooper - December 25, 2016

    The gift of Christmas to us was that though a newborn baby boy the world would change This Christmas new life comes to you through a newborn
  • The Gift: Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree View

    Carlos Isaziga - December 11, 2016

    Big Idea:           Oh Christmas tree oh Christmas tree, how I love thee Oh Christmas tree. That's a beautiful Christmas song. Trees seem to be part of the story of God. A curse on all humanity came on a tree & God’s son reversed that curse on a tree. This Christmas may you know that the best gift God has given us never sat under the tree, but instead hung on a tree.Bottom Line:     Jesus put the curse in reverse for you.
  • The Gift: The Bible View

    Dan Cooper - December 04, 2016

    Part 2 of a 5 part series entitled "The Gift". This week we highlight the generous gift that God has given us, the Bible, in our own language. Last week we celebrated the gift of the Holy Spirit. In coming weeks we unwrap the gift of Forgiveness, the gift of the church and the gift of Jesus, which provides new beginnings.
  • The Gift: The Gift That Keeps On Giving View

    Carlos Isaziga - November 27, 2016

    We are entering one of my favorite times of the year, Christmas time.  The mad dash begins to find those perfect gifts for the ones we love.  Year after year we believe and even claim we have found the perfect gift.  The reality is that the gift people need the most is not the one we can give.  It is the one that only Jesus can give.
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Developing A "Rule of Faith" View

    Dan Cooper - November 13, 2016

    Part of 8 of 8 part series on going deep, getting below the surface of the iceberg.  How do we establish our own rule of faith?  Our tendency is to do our will, not God's will!  There really is an evil one who quietly lures us away from God.  What are your anchors?  What were the anchors of first century Christians?  1) Apostles Doctrine; 2) Fellowship; 3) Breaking of Bread and 4) Prayers.
  • Emotional Healthy Spirituality: Discover the Rhythms of the Daily Office and Sabbath View

    Carlos Isaziga - October 23, 2016

    Big Idea:           Emotional health and contemplative spirituality, when interwoven together, offer nothing short of a spiritual revolution, transforming the hidden places deep beneath the surface of our lives. We cant fully know God if we don’t know ourselves.Bottom Line:     Living in God’s rhythm helps me enjoy the dance.
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Part 5 View

    Dan Cooper - October 16, 2016

  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Part 4 View

    Dan Cooper - October 09, 2016

    Topic: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality / Journey Through the WallOverview: Part 4 of an 8 part series on going deep, getting below the surface of the iceberg. We all have hit the wall! We have come to the place we don't know how we can go on! It is not God punishing us. It is God growing us! How do we journey through the wall? The fundamental issue is My Will vs. God's Will!
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Going back in order to go forward View

    Carlos - October 02, 2016

    Emotional health and contemplative spirituality, when interwoven together, offer nothing short of a spiritual revolution, transforming the hidden places deep beneath the surface of our lives. We can't fully know God if we don't know ourselves. God turns my bad into good.........
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Know Yourself that You May Know God View

    Carlos - September 25, 2016

    Big Idea:           Emotional health and contemplative spirituality, when interwoven together, offer nothing short of a spiritual revolution, transforming the hidden places deep beneath the surface of our lives. We cant fully know God if we don’t know ourselves.                                                   Bottom Line:     Getting real with me makes God more real to me.
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality View

    Dan Cooper - September 18, 2016

    Emotionally Healthy Spirituality series : Unhealthy Spirituality
  • All Access : Clarity of Life View

    Carlos - August 14, 2016

    Big Idea:           There is no doubt that there is confusion in the world and that even our own lives feel like they are in a state of confusion. Darkness has a way of making things this way. We can’t see God in all the confusion and we sometimes even have a hard time finding ourselves. God has sent Jesus to bring clarity. But we so often prefer darkness and confusion. May we open our minds and soften our hearts to Jesus.Bottom Line:     Jesus gives all access to clear living in a world of confusion.
  • All Access: One Baptism View

    Dan Cooper - August 07, 2016

    Overview:  Through Christ we have access to all spiritual blessings.  If we ponder the subject of baptism objectively, attempting to consider it as a reporter, what is the “one baptism?”  What? Who? Why? How
  • Special Services View

    July 31, 2016

  • All Access: Wide, Long, High & Deep View

    Carlos Isaziga - July 24, 2016

    Big Idea: It's no mystery that we live in a world starving for peace, equality, unity, and love. Where do we find these desperately needed things? Jesus gives us all access to God and His amazing love that can powerfully transform the world.Bottom Line: Jesus gives all access to limitless world changing power.
  • All Access: Nothing I Did View

    Carlos - July 17, 2016

    Big Idea: God changed our life. He has given us all access to a new way of living. We didn't earn it, He did it, all access to living the best life possible. Living the best life possible doesn't happen by accident or on our own power. Without Jesus or the Holy Spirit there is no access to the best life now. Meet Jesus and taste what an all access life is.Bottom Line: Jesus gives all access to all people to the best life right now.
  • Relate: Social Injustice View

    Dan Cooper and Derrick Busch - July 03, 2016

    Overview: Where do we start in the in the effort to address social justice concern? Racial issues, inequity, poverty, injustice? What does the O.T have to say? The N.T? Where do we begin?
  • Relate: The Father View

    Dan Cooper - June 19, 2016

    Overview: God the Father loves both the prodigal, wasteful, rebellious son, and the self-willed, self righteous, egotistical son. Which of the two sons are you more like? God loves unconditionally.
  • Relate: Take A Look Around View

    Carlos - June 05, 2016

    Big Idea: How do we relate to people in a world that's becoming less easier to relate? Especially to people who see themselves and the world differently than we do. One of the most ostracized groups of people in our country are those who are part of the LGBTQ community. How would Jesus relate to anyone in the LGBTQ community today? How should we? He shows us how He did it then, so we can today.Bottom Line: Grab a hand not a rock.
  • Relate: Dating, Singles, and Relationships View

    Dan Cooper - May 22, 2016

    What are wise words to those dating and in relationships, marriage and otherwise? What guidance does God give? We will unlock pivotal principles that are discovered in the Sermon on the Mount, specifically the beatitudes.
  • Relate: Get to Work View

    Carlos Isaziga - May 15, 2016

    Big Idea:           The marriage relationship is the toughest out there. It can be the most wonderful thing to ever happen to us to the most frustrating in just minutes. Marriage is not easy, that’s why marriage is something you work at. In marriage you don’t fall in love, you grow in love. That’s hard work. In order for marriage relationships to get simpler, we got to love harder.Bottom Line:     Making a marriage work takes work.
  • Relate: Just Go Home View

    Carlos Isaziga - May 08, 2016

    Big Idea:           Parent & child relationships can be complicated and messy. The only way to simplify them, to relate, is for God to be at the center. We run the risk of ruining, breaking, not being relatable in the relationships that are the most important. Parents, how relatable are you with your children? Children how relatable are you with your parents?Bottom Line:     Complicated relationships are simplified when God is present.
  • Understanding the Bible: Select From Among You View

    Dan Cooper - May 01, 2016

    Topic: Select From Among YouDan uses Acts 6:1-7 as the focal point of today's message. How are God's leaders, specifically elders and deacons to be selected? The appointment of new church leaders frequently causes great controversy, and sometimes even church splits. In this lesson Dan outlines three Biblical steps that the first century took to select new leaders, and he holds these steps out as a model for the manner in which the Pitman Road Church of Christ will select additional elders in coming months.
  • More to Life: Than Being Good or Doing Good Religion View

    Carlos Isaziga - April 24, 2016

    Big Idea: There is an eternal longing for an everlasting relationship and a place with God. There's nothing wrong with that. The problem is that we think we have to do all we can to earn and maintain it. We don't. There aren't enough good religious things we could do. There aren't enough kind, moral, nice things we can do either. Jesus has done it. We are in good standing because of Jesus.Bottom Line: Jesus makes me good with God.
  • More to Life: Than your Relationship Status View

    Carlos Isaziga - April 10, 2016

    Big Idea: We were made to be in relationships. But we were not made to be solely dependent on those relationships. We are not defined by our relationship status. Whether or not we are single, dating or married. Earthly relationships still leave us empty. Why? Because we were made for more.Bottom Line: Everything means nothing if Jesus is not my one thing
  • Seeing the World through God's Eyes View

    Bruce D. McLarty - April 03, 2016

    Today we are blessed to have Harding University President Bruce McLarty preaching. He will be talking about seeing the world through God's eyes.
  • More To Life: Than Pleasures View

    Dan Cooper and Carlos Isaziga - March 27, 2016

    Basic Idea: It's really easy to think that life is all about the pleasures we can receive in this life. That couldn't be further from the truth. Pleasures actually have a way of tricking us, fooling us. Our lives are more than some temporary pleasures. There is more to life, and it begins with Jesus.Bottom Line: Easter means no more death.
  • Unstoppable: Mission First View

    Carlos Isaziga - March 20, 2016

    Overview: We live in a performance driven, do this, accomplish that, kind of world. A world that makes it very difficult for you and I to receive or archive anything. But God says, I've made it easy for you to receive what I want to give you. The church should be the easiest place on the planet for people to be reconnected with God. That's the mission, and nothing should get in the way of that.Bottom Line: Let's make it easy.
  • Unstoppable Part 4 View

    Dan Cooper - February 28, 2016

    Overview: Apollo 13 had a problem. The church of the first century had a problem, too. They were marginalized, persecuted and attacked. Both the church and Apollo 13 survived. What does genuine repentance look like today? What are "idols" that we are tempted to worship today? What happens when "repentance" leads us to a transformed life? How does the idea of my being the 67th book of the Bible strike you?