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Snowed Out: A Sermon for Sunday

January 24, 2016 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Redeemer Church is snowed out today. Here is the sermon that I am listening to. ... Keep Reading

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So Many Questions, So Much Truth

October 24, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Pastor Jamie gives us an introduction for our next sermon series, launching October 18 concerning the nature and work of the Holy Spirit.... Keep Reading

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Keep Teaching Us To Pray

October 5, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Pastor Jamie helps to provide some next steps for us as we wrapped up our series on "Teach Us To Pray"... Keep Reading

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...preparing for five more.

September 21, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Reflecting on Five Years of Ministry and looking forward to 5+ more years of faithful ministry.... Keep Reading

On The Eve of 5 Years of Ministry

September 19, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Pastor Jamie shares a prayer that was prayed in 2010 as the core team assembled ready to launch the ministry of Redeemer Church.... Keep Reading

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Teach Us to Pray

August 11, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

"What a man is alone on his knees before God, that he is - and no more."Robert Murray McCheyne Quotes like this make a Christian shudder. We are unable to simply dismiss it because we know it is true. Also, there will be a little guilt and some remorse for the quantity of prayerless hours, days, weeeks and months that characterize our ... Keep Reading

Learning from James

August 4, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Our study through the Book of James has ended. I hope it's impact has not. It is my longing for the impact of James to linger in my life, your life and our church. Will you join me in praying for God to continue to grow and mature us in Christ through the words of James?  As a tool to help us remember James and seek to apply James, I w... Keep Reading

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Elijah: A Man Like Us?

July 21, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

How is Elijah, the prophet of God, who participated in such powerful events, a man like us? How should we be encouraged to pray boldly and walk by faith through the story of Elijah.... Keep Reading

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The last seven days have produced much thought, attention and emotion as the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling requiring all 50 states to recognize and license marriages between two people of the same sex. I am writing today to help you process what has occurred, promise to help you with honest questions and assure you of Re... Keep Reading

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Updated: April 26, 2015 If Jesus "paid it all," then why all the commands about how Christians live? This is the essential question before us in the Book of James. I have tried in several sermons to answer this question. You can listen to them here or read more here.  I think it is helpful to hear someone else address this ... Keep Reading

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Connect With Us

March 12, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 1 Comments

Our goal is not merely getting people to connect to our organization or our services. We are not merely seeking more email addresses, more people in seats, more giving units or more servants. We are seeking something far greater. We are inviting folks to make tangible connection to a group of people who worship, trust and serve Jesus together.... Keep Reading

Growing Community

March 3, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Eugene Peterson's reflection on building community within the church from The Pastor: A Memoir. ... Keep Reading

Opportunities and Hard Decisions

February 27, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

An update on Easter Week and Spring Break VBS for 2015. ... Keep Reading

2 Goals for 2015

January 27, 2015 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Jamie shares two goals for Redeemer in 2015. ... Keep Reading

Help Us Support Redeemer on Mission

December 10, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

We are collecting an offering for Redeemer on Mission in 2015. Will you join us? ... Keep Reading

An Important Vote

October 10, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Dear Redeemer Family, I write this letter as the Pastor of Redeemer and with the affirmation of our elders. These are my words, which have been unanimously approved by our elders. The cause of this letter is a proposed amendment to the Constitution of Tennessee called Amendment 1. The subject of Amendment 1 is abortion laws and who can gove... Keep Reading

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Lasting Joy

October 9, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Lasting Joy...  Too often, we look for the easy solution. We seek a secret to open the lock and give us immediate bliss.  Life is hard. Life is tiring. Life is busy. Life can be mundane. Is joy possible in this life?  We believe that joy is possible in the here and now. Joy is a feeling of great pleasure. Finding joy i... Keep Reading

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Who We Are: The Foundation for Our Future

July 31, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

There are many good, positive and encouraging events happening around Redeemer this summer. 24 men finished five months of leadership training called Follow Me. 17 people took the gospel to the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago on a weeklong mission. Many families are serving Nashville’s homeless community through Project Conn... Keep Reading

Let's Go to the Father...

May 5, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

The sermon that I preached yesterday ended with an unplanned but helpful refrain, "Let's go to the Father..." The conversation from Mark 9:14-29 pushed us to see that God is able to do all things and God desires us to run to Him in humble expectation. This, "running to God in humble expectation" is prayer. You can listen to the sermon here. ... Keep Reading

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Follow Me: An Important Message for Us

May 2, 2014 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

I have heard a good bit of positive feedback from last Sunday's sermon. It was was both weighty and joyous for me. I preached from the the oft-quoted but oft-unapplied words of Jesus in Mark 8:31-9:13. Jesus said to them, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me." (Ma... Keep Reading

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My Plea: Reading and Understanding the Bible

June 30, 2013 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Proclaiming Christ. Making Disciples. If you have been around Redeemer for any time at all, you know this is our mission. This is why we exist. This is what we desire to accomplish. How do we accomplish it? While there are many answers to that question, there is one we cannot avoid. We cannot proclaim Christ or make disciples without knowi... Keep Reading

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God’s Covenant and My Life

June 6, 2013 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

On Sunday morning, I preached from Jeremiah 29:1-14 in our Misquoted series. Those who missed the sermon can listen to it here. Here is a short summary of the sermon: God is the faithful Covenant Keeper. He keeps His covenant to His people in spite of our rejection, rebellion, and unfaithfulness. There were a few more things I wished to sa... Keep Reading

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Psalm 23: More Than a Funeral Passage

October 24, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

My first recollection of Psalm 23 was at a funeral when I was a small child. I have attended many funerals since then, and I rarely attend one without hearing the psalm read. Usually, it is read in the King James Version. "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy... Keep Reading

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Psalm 19 Reflection

October 10, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Psalm 19 is Bible reading’s version of drinking from a firehose. The truths are profound, and the implications are many. Selecting only a small section for reflection is quite a challenge. I will focus on the implications and promises of verses 7 and 8. “The law of the LORD is perfect,reviving the soul;the testimony of the LORD... Keep Reading

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To Raise a Christian?

October 2, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

"It takes a village to raise a child." African Proverb This proverb highlights the truth that it takes the intentional work of all influencers to raise and nurture a child. While reading our Fellowship Passage this week, I began to wonder, "Does it take a village to raise a Christian?" I think it does. Let's note the flow of argument in th... Keep Reading

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Continually Devoted

September 26, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Reading Acts 2:41-47, I cannot get past the word "devoted" or "continually devoted" in verse 42. Devoted is a strong, active word. Its technical definition is "given over to the display, discussion or study of something." The passage is shouting that these early Christians were actively and intentionally using their days to pursue knowing Go... Keep Reading

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A Disciple-making Community

August 2, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

On Wednesday evening, we concluded The Disciple, our four-week study on making disciples at Redeemer. I want to begin by thanking you for participating and engaging with us in this study. I have enjoyed the preparation, the discussion and the time together with you. After some reflection on last night's meeting, I know that I did not commun... Keep Reading

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Administration in the Church

July 24, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Last week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Eric Geiger, Jim Baker (not that one!) and Ben Reed to discuss administration and leadership in the local church. The venue was The Exchange, a weekly webcast hosted by Ed Stetzer and Lifeway Christian Resources. We had a great time, and it was good to interact with three brothers and fellow... Keep Reading

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Do We Need Another Buzzword?

June 18, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

Evangelical Christianity filled and ever-increasing number of movements, sub-movements and buzzwords. My natural response is to distance myself from the buzzwords and try to learn from the movement. So, it is with the "missional movement." Am I missional? Are we missional? I don't really know. It depends who is providing the definition. I d... Keep Reading

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The Gospel and God’s Commands

June 5, 2012 | by: Jamie Mosley | 0 Comments

The Bible is filled with commands from God to His people. For example, "Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another" (1 John 4:11). The question I often wrestle with is, "How can I find the strength and desire to obey God's commands?" Here is a helpful beginning place from Tim Keller. This quote is from his book, The Mean... Keep Reading

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