Sermons

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Below you'll find all of our most recent sermons and messages at Meta Church, as well as an archive of all of our sermons from previous message series. Being encouraged in your faith is as easy as finding a sermon that relates to where you're at on your journey and clicking play!

Summer Mixtape

Promise In Patience

Patience is something many of us struggle with (and often give up on), but what we don't always realize is that patience is the key to unlocking God's promises ...

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Summer Mixtape

Here I Am

When you gave your life to Jesus, what did you think you were signing up for? And what do you do when what you expected is not what you experience?In his latest...

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Summer Mixtape

Changing The World

We’re joined today by Pastor Perry Noble from Second Chance Church in Anderson, SC, who will be sharing a message on how we at Meta can change the world....

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Summer Mixtape

Coming Out Of Despair

What do you do when you feel like there's been a delay in God's response to you? Or worse, when you feel you've been ignored or forgotten? This week's message i...

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Summer Mixtape

Fight Or Flight

We’re joined by Pastor Josh Snowzell from Freedom Church in Raleigh, NC, who will be speaking on our responsibility to fight or flight in times of uncertainty a...

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Summer Mixtape

Capturing the Crown

Though we struggle and face challenges, there is a crown to be obtained if we can run the race God has called us to. Our course may have changed, but our race h...

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To Lament

When You Ask God "Why?"

Have you ever asked God “Why?” but felt like God didn’t respond? We all wonder why we had to go through something or what the purpose of it is, but the truth is...

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Now What?

Advancing Forward

Pastor Dave Thomas from Freedom Church UK shares a word that will help you discover what it’s going to take to advance forward from this season and into the lif...

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Don't Look Back

Mother's Day

In times like these, we all find ourselves longing for the way things once were. We wish we could do what we once did and go where we once went. We keep looking...

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