Did you know most of the “famous” people in the Bible we consider heroes were just ordinary people like us? In this series, Gateway pastors define what a hero really is, reveal what special trait their own biblical hero had, and how we can apply it to our own lives.
Noah Was Crazy
Pastor Preston Morrison continues the Heroes series with a message about Noah. Through this message, you’ll learn that when you step out in faith and do what God has created and called you to do—even though others may think you’re crazy—God will do things...
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John the Baptist
Pastor David Smith begins the Heroes series with a message about John the Baptist, showing that each of us has a unique call and a specific assignment God created us to fulfill.
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Nehemiah: Rebuilder of the Broken
Pastor Tom Lane continues the Heroes series with a message about Nehemiah—an ordinary person who did extraordinary things. Like Nehemiah, we can be heroes who partner with God to rebuild broken lives.
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Ruth: It’s More about the Journey than you Think
Pastor Todd Lane continues the Heroes series with a message about a true biblical heroine—Ruth. Learn how you can apply Ruth’s determination, devotion and desire for redemption in your own life.
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Ananias: The Hidden Hero
Pastor Tim Ross concludes the Heroes series with a message about Ananias, a “hidden” hero who chose to be obedient to the Lord. Each of us can be a hero in someone’s life if we’re willing to follow God’s voice.
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The Gospel According to Rahab
Pastor Stephen LeBlanc continues the Heroes series with a message about an unexpected biblical heroine: Rahab. Just like Rahab’s sin did not disqualify her from believing, we too can receive salvation through faith and walk in God’s favor.
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