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VP 14: The Art of Apology

Title: The Art of Apology 
Subtitle: The two hardest words to say, "I'm sorry."

Episode Notes: 
Welcome to Vantage Point podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law talk about the art of apology and why it is important. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint . Follow us on Instagram @gracecovya

3 Main Takeaways:

  1. The power of apologizing doesn’t always remove the consequences, but it can bring restoration and reconciliation in our obedience to Christ. 
  2. Our relationship with others also affects our relationship with God. God does not want us to hold on to unforgiveness. 
  3. How to apologize? 
    1. I’m sorry for…
    2. Will you forgive me? 
    3. I’m not going to do it again.

Vantage Point Challenge: 
Give a sincere apology to someone you've offended. 

  • Be Specific 
  • Ask for forgiveness
  • Assure the person you won’t do it again

Resources: 
Ted Talk: Why Won’t He Apologize - Harriet Lerner
Ted Talk: A Perfect Apology in 3 Steps - Jahan Kalantar
Matthew 5:24 
1 John 4:20 
Psalm 51 
1 Corinthians 13:6
Ephesians 4:31 & 32
2 Corinthians 7:10

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VP 13: Modern Day Vitruvian Men

Description:
What is a biblical man?

Episode Notes:
New episodes will start again Fall 2019.

Welcome to the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law talk about what it looks like to be a modern day vitruvian man. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint .

3 Main Takeaways

Status is service
Surrendering our heart to Jesus
Reflecting God’s glory

Vantage Point Challenge:
Take time out of the day to study the Bible, and write down God’s promises found in scripture.

Resources
Vitruvian Man
Philippians 2:5-11
2 Corinthians 5:17
2 Corinthians 10:5
1 Peter 5:7
Ephesians 6:10-20
2 Corinthians 4:3-6
Romans 12:2
Romans 1:20
2 Peter 1:3-4
The Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer

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VP 12: Avengers: Endgame Movie Review

Description: What spiritual parallels exit from the movie event of the year?

Episode Notes:
Welcome to the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law review the Avengers Endgame movie. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint .

3 Main Spiritual Parallels
Sacrificial love
Revenge does not satisfy our souls
The emptiness of idolatry

Vantage Point Challenge:
What other parallels can you draw up between the Gospel and Pop Culture and/or other movies? Seek out opportunities to start conversations with friends and family members on these parallels.

Resources
Philippians 2:8
Romans 12:19
Ephesians 3:18-19
Matthew 5:8
Romans 12:1
Luke 12:13-21

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VP 11: Success After College

Episode Notes:
Welcome to the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law talk with Miata Jones about the transition and success after college. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint .

4 Main Takeaways
Coming to church regularly

Gettin in community- small group, serving, etc...

Prioritizing your physical health

Being intentional in relationships and your spiritual growth

Vantage Point Challenge:

Prioritize your fitness and finding a small group.

Resources
Matthew 6:33 ESV
Matthew 6:33 Amplified
Men's Conference and Manhood Journey- June 9-30
Miata Jones @thejoneslife

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VP 10: Evangelism for the Terrified

Description: 6 ways to get better at sharing your faith

Episode Notes:
Welcome to Episode 10. Listen as Pastors Stephen Law and Sean Clemons explain 6 ways to get better at sharing your faith with others. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on
Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint .

Main Takeaways:

1. Prayer
2. Know a simple, concise definition of the Gospel
3. What does the Gospel look like in your context
4. Acquire some tools
5. Have accountability
6. Get around other evangelists

Vantage Point Challenge:
Write your own two minute miracle.

Recommend Resources:

John 10:10b
Romans 6:23
Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt
Center Church by Tim Keller
Thegodtest.org
One Verse Evangelism

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VP 9: Courageously Loving Our Neighbors

Episode Notes:

Welcome to Episode 9 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons, Stephen Law and guest speaker Teasa Northern talk about the importance in building relationships with our neighbors and practical ways to do so. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts,Spotify or gracecov.org/vantagepoint/.

3 Main Takeaways:

  1. Building relationships with our neighbors and the people around us can bring a great sense of joy and belonging for both ourselves and our neighbors.
  2. Go beyond the comfort zone and take the first step to say hello. And, be willing to look beyond cultural differences because there may be a lot more simiarities than we first think. 
  3. We get the opportunity to participate with God by loving our neighbors and showing his love for them through us. We don't have to put pressure on ourselves because when we show love for our neighbors, God is with us. 

Vantage Point Challenge:

Be intentional about speaking to at least one neighbor and/or bring Jesus into the discussion.

Scripture References: 

Matthew 28: 16-20

Mark 2:1-12

Psalm 34:19

Mark 12:31

Recommended Resources

Everybody Always by Bob Goff

The Art of Neighboring by Pathak and Runyon

The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Butterfield

The God Test App


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VP 8: Demystifying Discipleship

Subtitle: How do I grow as a Christian?

Episode Notes:

Episodes release every 1st and 3rd Monday. A Christian podcast helping you see your faith, life, and culture more clearly.

Welcome to Episode 8 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law talk about discipleship and learning how to grow as a Christian. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or  gracecov.org/vantagepoint .

3 Main Takeaways

  1. A disciple is a pupil or a learner.

  2. Making a disciple involves leading someone to Jesus, baptizing them, and teaching them Jesus' commands.

  3. We’ve all been called to be disciples and make disciples.

Vantage Point Challenge:

Figure out your next step of obedience and do it!

Resources:

Luke 2: 41-52
Luke 10:38-42
Matthew 28:19-20
John 1:39
John 8:31
John 13:35
John 15:1-15

One 2 One Discipleship
The Purple Book: Biblical Foundations for Building Strong Disciples by Rice Broocks and Steve Murrell
Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan
WikiChurch by Steve Murrell
The Discipleship Gospel by Bill Hull  

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VP 7: Getting Promoted & Joseph

Welcome to Episode 7 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law explain the story of Joseph and how it relates to getting promoted.  Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or https://www.gracecov.org/vantagepoint/.

Episode Notes:
3 Main Takeaways

God is ultimately in control

Our proximity to God is more important than our perceived proximity to the next promotion.

Is our desire for promotion a desire for God's glory or our own glory?

Vantage Point Challenge:

Reflect and write down things that God has done in your life to help you get to where you are.

Resources:

The story of Joseph - Genesis 37-50
Darrell Green - Hall of Fame Speech
Voddie Baucham Jr. - Joseph and the Gospel of Many Colors
Matthew 6:33
Marshall Segal - The Secret to Job Satisfaction

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VP 6: Divine Enounters w/ Jim Critcher

Description:Learning to hear from God

Introduction

Who can hear from God? Do you have to be a pastor, or a prophet, or some kind of professional Christian to hear from him? HOW do we hear from him? Should we expect the clouds to open and an audible voice to speak? How do we know whether what we're hearing is really him or our voice in our head... or some bad pizza we ate the night before? Are there places we can go to hear God more clearly? Answers to these questions and more... Right now on Vantage Point.

Welcome to Episode 6 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and guest speaker Jim Critcher explain how to hear from God. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on​ Apple Podcasts,​ Google Podcasts,​ Spotify​ or https://www.gracecov.org/vantagepoint/.

Episode Notes

Prophet - one who helps communicate God’s message to others.
Ephesians 4:11

Can God talk to us?
Scripture
Prayer
Other people

God desires to make himself known to us.
Romans 1:20

God is always speaking, but are we listening? Are we poised to hear Him?
Job 33:14

Hearing from God is a gift, but mainly a desire.
John 10:27

Prophetic Gathering: Divine Encounters (March 29-30) http://thelisteningrm.org/

(Students are free!)

Who is the prophetic gathering for?

It is for everyone. It is an environment where anyone can come with a desire to seek Him.
1 Corinthians 14:1

What is the purpose?

It's a safe place for you to be activated in hearing God and speaking what you hear.

Why divine encounters?

There are specific places that God has spoken but sacred spaces now exist in believers. God still desires to encounter us through his presence, power, miracles, signs, and wonders. We chase the author of divine encounters not just the encounters themselves.

The encounter isn't just for us but for others as well.
1 Corinthians 14:3
Isaiah 66

Resources:

Twitter
@JimCritcher
http://jimcritcher.com
http://thelisteningrm.org/

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VP 5: Lessons Learned from the Government Shutdown

Introduction 

34 Days. 34 days of political maneuvering, name-calling on news outlets, outrage on social media; both sides entrenched in their positions and unwilling to budge. 800,000 federal employees missing not one, but two paychecks.

To build a wall or not to build a wall? What responsibility does a government have to protect its citizens? What about those looking to come in, seeking a better life? How do we sort out, the Shutdown?

Welcome to Episode 5 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law explain how to look at the Government shutdown with a biblical perspective. Listen and access the show notes below, search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or https://www.gracecov.org/vantagepoint/.

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Episode Notes:

What happened?

President Trump asks for $5Billion for border wall along US and Mexico border
Dec 22- President Trump shuts down thegovernment

In this shutdown, a large number of departments are shuttered, including agriculture, commerce, justice, homeland security, the interior, state, transportation, and housing and urban development.

800,000 federal employees furloughed (i.e. when employees don't work and don't receive pay, or do work without pay)

cost US economy $11B (CNBC)

Jan 25- Government shutdown ends after 34 days, making it the longest shutdown ever President Trump gives Government deadline of Feb 15th to make a deal

LORDSHIP

Lordship - supreme authority, controler, master.

Lordship of Christ - take our cues from Him, and process these hard situations through Him as well. 

What is God saying about this issue?

What does the Bible say about immigrants? Leviticus 19:33-34, ESV

What's the responsibility of the government?
To protect against evil and to promote good. Rom 13:1-7

What does the Bible say about how we should relate to those in authority?
Respect and honor government leaders (Rom. 13:7)

Be subject to government and obey its laws (Rom. 13:1–5; 1 Pet. 2:13–14) Story of Shadrach, Meshack and Abendigo…(Daniel 3:17-18)

Pray for civil leaders (1 Tim. 2:1–2

Pay taxes (Matt. 22:17–21; Rom. 13:6–7). 

Seek answers and information for different situations from Christ.
Pray, scripture, and intimacy with God.

HOPE


God is orchestrating things for our good.

Our hope and stability needs to be in Jesus Christ. (Phil 4:19

Biblical Example: Joseph had wisdom as to how to prepare for the famine years (Gen 41

KINDNESS


Listening to fellow citizens and give respect to people we may be in opposition with. Actions of kindness and showing kindness to others who are suffering?

How can we show the love of God? May be money, gift card, pay attention to those who are suffering around you, pray on behalf of the city, etc…

Jeremiah 29:7

Vantage Point Challenge: Pray for the welfare of our city and our country.

Resources:

CNBC

https://www.esv.org/resources/esv-global-study-bible/the-purpose-and-role-of-government/https://stephenmansfield.tv/the-shutdown-part-2/

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VP 4: Finding the One pt.2

Description: Advice on Dating

Episode Notes

Welcome to Episode 4 of the podcast. Listen as Pastor Sean Clemons, and his wife Chrystal, and Pastor Stephen Law and his wife, Elise, talk about finding the one and advice on dating. Listen and access the show notes below or search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts,​ or​ Spotify.

Questions:
What do you think about meeting someone online?
What are some things that couples can do to grow spiritually closer to God prior to marriage? What does evenly yoked mean?
What about dating a non-believer?
What is your opinion on a woman "dressing to impress" when coming to church? Is there anything wrong with making the first move as the woman?
What if a couple has already sinned sexually? What are the next steps and what does it look like?
How can a couple stay pure and keep boundaries they've set when dating? Do you think God has one person for you as your significant other?

Scripture References
1 Peter 3:1-6
Proverbs 3:4-6

Vantage Point Challenge:

Dating: Begin to plan together about what you want your dating relationship to look like? Is marriage the goal? And what does that look like for you as a couple?

Single:​ Do the same thing. What do you want your dating relationship to look like? What type of boundaries do you want to have in place?

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VP 3: Finding the One pt.1

Description: Advice on Dating

Episode Notes

Welcome to Episode 3 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons talk about finding the one and advice on dating. Listen and access the show notes below or search for Vantage Point on​ Apple Podcasts,​ Google Podcasts,​ or​ Spotify.

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What is the purpose of marriage? Central point of the family.

God uses marriage to make us more holy.

Tool that God uses to refine us and be more like him. Ephesians 5:22-33

The role of the wife. Submission

Trusting the other person and giving up your will and put support in the other person. Trustfully following the husband.

John 5:19

The role of the husband.

To love his wife like Christ loved the church.

Christ gave up his life for the church. (Sacrificial love) Ex: 50/50 Ball: Serving one another daily.

The huband is supposed to be submitted to the Father. Reference Book:​ Love and Respect

DATING:

Is there an appropriate time/age to start dating?

Developed vision and have insight of the plan God has for your life.

The man should have a job and be able to have a way to provide for his wife. What is the purpose of dating? Marriage is meant to be the end game/goal of dating. What does a healthy dating relationship look like? It should start by building a friendship. How far is too far? Don't want to have sex before marriage. But, God provides grace to those who are willing to repent and he will cleanse you of all unrighteousness.

Part Two: Will touch on topics where these boundaries have already been crossed.

Resources:

The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller

Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas
Love and Respect by Dr. Emmerson Eggerich
Marriage Today by Jimmy Evans
Gracecov.org
Couples Conference- Sermons available online. (5 Sessions in Oct 2018)

Vantage Point Challenge:

Dating : Begin to plan together about what you want your dating relationship to look like? Is marriage the goal? And what does that look like for you as a couple?

Single:Do the same thing. What do you want your dating relationship to look like? What type of boundaries do you want to have in place?

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VP 2: Real. Raw. Prayer.

We're disoriented...we're hurting...we're angry...can we come to God with REAL, RAW Prayer?

Episode Notes

Welcome to Episode 2 of the podcast. Listen as Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law explain what it looks like to come to God in REAL, RAW Prayer.

Listen and access the show notes below or search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.

RAW PRAYER
Being completely honest with God on how we are feeling. He wants to hear from us, especially during hard times.
God wants us to express our feelings to Him.
LAMENTING - What is lamenting?
-feeling or expressing sorrow or grief. (Psalm 10)
-are a way to process emotions
-not a license to say whatever we want: lamenting consists of an address to God, complaints, requests, motivation (why God should act) and confidence in God.
PSALMS - 5 Genres
Thanksgiving
Hymn (Praise)
Royal Psalms
Wisdom Psalms
Psalms of Lament

Old Testament Scholar: Walter Brueggemann, The Psalms and the Life of Faith.Orientation-Disorientation-Reorientation
Orientation in Psalms - orderliness, goodness, and reliability of life; represented in creation
psalms and retribution

Disorientation - new distressful situation in which the old orientation has collapsed (We all experience it)

Process of Lamenting
Suffering is not always caused because of something someone did.
We live in a broken world because of when sin first entered into the world. (Genesis 3)

Am I allowed to talk to God like that?
We're afraid to go to God sincerely- Ps 88

The beauty of lamenting is that the lamenter is complaining to God and not others or hasn't given up.

Difference between lamenting and complaining?Lamenting sees God as King and able to do something about the situation Does lamenting lack faith? --What aboutJesus?
-death of Lazarus, on the cross (Ps 22:1)
The God of Emotions: Jesus wept, God was grieved he made man (Gen 6), God is described as jealous in Exodus,
Jesus was moved with compassion when he saw the crowds (Matt 9)

What happens if I don't lament? negative impact, wounds won't heal , He may not give us the answer why? But, God will comfort us.
There won't be wholeness in those areas of our lives.

How to lament?
Psalm 85- The lamenting journey
Know God- who he is, what he's done (Psalm 85:1-3)

-referencing Israel's golden calf incident when Moses interceded to relent God's anger (Ex 32); their forgetfulness of the 10 plagues, Red Sea parting, and complaint of the manna and quail
-Real honest prayer (Psalm 85:4-7)
-Communal
-forget the formulas, and use your own words
-forget the vague prayers
Confidence that he answers (Psalm 85:8-13)
-reorientation- newness, surprise, and gift
-involve celebration for the new situation

The Psalms are prayers to be prayed and as an invitation to go use our own words.
Often happens over time, thru a journey
No specific timeframe
Hope is to come out on the other side on reorientation

Vantage Point Challenge:
Choose one psalm of lament and one topic that's uncomfortable and lament to God. 

Closing word from Pastor Sean Clemons:
Jesus experienced real pain and anguish and he goes to God honestly and tells Him exactly how he is feeling.

We too can go to God honestly and let Him know exactly how we are feeling. Matthew 26:37-39

Resources:
Hurting with God: Learning to lament with the Psalms by Glenn Pemberton
The Psalms and the Life of Faith by Walter Brueggemann
A Sacred Sorrow by Michael Card
A Heart Set Free by Christina Fox

Books of the Bible that contain Laments
Habbakuk

Lamentations
Psalms
Job

Psalms of Lament
Community: 12, 44, 58, 60, 74, 79, 80, 83, 85, 89*, 90, 94, 123, 126, 129
Individual: 3, 4, 5, 7, 9-10, 13, 14, 17, 22, 25, 26, 27*, 28, 31, 36*, 39, 40:12-17, 41, 42-43, 52*, 5354, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 64, 70, 71, 77, 86, 89*, 120, 139, 141, 142
Specialized Lament Psalms/ Penitential: 6, 32*, 38, 51, 102, 130,143
Imprecatory: 35, 69, 83, 88, 109, 137, 140

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VP 1: Fasting
VP 1: What is Fasting? Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law at Grace Covenant Church in Chantilly, VA share about fasting. 
 
 
 
Introduction: Fasting...terrifying, bewildering, and intimidating...until NOW.
 
 
Welcome to Episode 1 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for Vantage Point on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify
 
Show Notes:
  1. What is fasting?
   Refraining from eating food or drink.
  1. What are the differences in fasting among other religions?
       1. The motivation behind fasting.
  1. Why do Christians fast?
       1. Put natural desires on hold to be closer to God.
       2. Focus on hearing God more clearly.
       3. "Fasting is Feasting." - Growing deeper with Christ and gaining a hunger to seek him.
  1. What does it mean to feast or hunger for God?
    1. In our society it is easy to drift slowly away from God. Fasting can help us to desire God and develop a hunger for Him.
                                     a. Example: Daniel
            5. Do you have to fast?
         1. There is no direct command in the Bible, but there is an expectation that disciples of Jesus will fast.
           2. It is a tool to help us grow closer to God.
           3. Jesus too practiced fasting.
    1. How do you fast?
          Types of Fasts:
               1. Absolute fast - no food or water. This fast should be observed for a short time, max 3 days
                                 2. Normal fast- no food, max 40 days
           3. Partial Fast - only eating certain foods.
          a. example: Daniel Fast - (no meats; no sweets) Daniel 1:11-13
           4. Liquid Fast - water or other liquids.
          
                Tips on fasting.
           1. Start small with fasting for 1 meal a day, or for 1 day.
        2. Use the time you would eat, cook or meal prep to pray, study your Bible and seek God.
        3. Fast with others. (Corporate fast with your Church, with friends or others from your Bible study).
           4. Expect opposition. An example would be food brought into your workplace. Press through because the reward is greater.
           5. Prepare before the fast. Don't overeat the day before or the day you are breaking the fast. Wean yourself off caffeine, and eat lighter meals.
           6. Fasting can affect your mood and cause irritability. It may be God revealing something in you. Ask Him for help.
          a. Paul boasted in his weaknesses to show God's strength. 2 Corinthians 12:9
    1.  What to avoid?
               1. Avoid the wrong motivations. (Luke 18:9-14)
           2. Not meant to get approval of other people. (Isaiah 58)
           3. Avoiding or ignoring other areas of obedience.
     
    VANTAGE POINT CHALLENGE: Go on some kind of fast mentioned above.
     
     
    Bible Verses Mentioned:
     
    Helpful Resources:
    Dallas Willard - Spirit of the Disciplines
    John Piper - A Hunger For God
     
    Final words by Pastor Sean Clemons: In Ephesians 4:17-19, it explains about why we need to fast.
     
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    VP 0: What is Vantage Point
    VP 0: Pastors Sean Clemons and Stephen Law at Grace Covenant Church in Chantilly, VA introduce themselves and Vantage Point. 
     
    Introduction:
     The Pastors share about discipleship, the church and what to expect in future episodes. 
     
    Welcome to Episode 0 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for Vantage Point on iTunes. 
     
    Show Notes: 
    What is the purpose of the Vantage Point podcasts? 
    Bridge Different Gaps: 
    1. Those who are spiritual, but don't have a church home. 
    2. Those who have a church home, but are not plugged in. 
    3. Help all to gain new perspectives on life issues. 
    4. Introduce others to church. 
     
    What you will see in future episodes? 
    1. Current Events
    2. Ways to grow
      1. Spiritual disciplines 
    3. Life issues for people in the 20's and 30's. 
    4. Vantage Point challenge at the end of every episode.
    Links: 
    Social Media: 
    Instagram: @gracecov
    Twitter: @gracecov
    Facebook: Grace Covenant Church