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Bill Hanley, Shawn Hanley, Mike DeStefano

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A blunt, no holds barred podcast about Waltham and raising a family in the Watch City. Hosts Bill Hanley, Shawn Hanley and Mike DeStefano will discuss things both popular and off the beaten path. Short interviews with knowns and unknowns around Waltham. The Waltham political scene, public schools and regular updates on the new Waltham High School project. Each episode features the Magic Mike Real Estate Minute with Mike Destefano from Coldwell Banker. We'll always talk both WHS and youth ath ...
 
Dear visitor, welcome to Antioch Waltham's sermon podcast. We are a non-denominational church in Waltham, MA. This library will give you a great way to get to know our values, beliefs and sermon style. We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday. Check out our website to learn more about us and when and where we meet: https://antiochchurchwaltham.org
 
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In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 38. In this chapter, we see great sin, but beneath the backdrop of darkness there shines an even greater grace. In this shocking account, we see the deep darkness of sin -- what happens when people disdain the word of God and pursue the exhalation of self. But hidden in this story is also the grace of G…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 37. In this chapter, sin and suffering seek to destroy God's chosen family and with it the promises of redemption. Though God seems absent -- He is ever-present ensuring that His promises and purposes prevail. God is not an absentee father -- but an ever-present help, taking us where we never intend to …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at the biblical doctrine of Perseverance of the saints. The work of salvation that God begins in us -- He sees it to completion. We are preserved and persevere by the grace of God. Listen and be encouraged that God finishes what He starts.Di Seven Mile Road Waltham
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at the Doctrine of Irresistible Grace. God's grace doesn't coerce us -- rather -- The Holy Spirit brings new life and with it, new affections that desire Jesus. God brings restoration and renewal so that we are able to freely accept the invitation of the Gospel.Listen and learn about God's irresistible grace.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at the biblical doctrine of Limited Atonement -- or as we like to call it -- Perfect Atonement. The angel told Joseph to name him Jesus, for he will save HIS PEOPLE from their sins. This doctrine asks -- who does Jesus save? Listen and be encouraged to know that when Jesus died he paid for your sins -- he loved hi…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at the Doctrine of Unconditional Election. Jesus came to save his people from their sin -- and it begs the question -- how? How does Jesus save us from our sin? That's the question the Doctrines of Grace seek to answer. In this sermon, we look at the reality that God chooses to save not because we choose him, but …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 3:9-18 and many other scriptures to define, defend, and apply the doctrine of Total Depravity. Jesus came to save us from our sins -- but how does he do that? If we are going to understand how he saves, we must first know that we have a great need to be saved from our sins.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:17-21. What do you do when you've been wronged? Do you retaliate right away? Do you patiently wait because revenge is a dish best served cold? What do we do with the impulse for revenge? As Paul finishes his manifesto of the transformed life, he gives us something to do when we've been wronged. Listen…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:15-16. In these verses Paul looks at how humility works out in practical Christianity. When the gospel takes root in our lives, it will produce a transformation that leads to a humble sympathy, a humble unity, and a humble self-awareness. Listen and be challenged to live the transformed life.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:12-14. In this text, Paul gives instruction on how to live under the pressure. How can we rejoice in the midst of affliction? How can we stand up under the pressure? What does serving others have anything to do with living under the strain of pressure? How could God possibly call us to bless those who…
 
In this sermon Pastor Kevin walks thrue Romans 12:9-11. In these verses the Apostle Paul begins a long list of characteristics that mark the Christian life as we seek to serve one another. First and foremost on this list is love. In order to live lives marked by God's transforming grace, we must love one another with fervency. After all, we have be…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:6-8. Paul says that each member of the body of Christ has been given spiritual gifts to serve the body. What are spiritual gifts? What are we to do with them? Listen and be challenged to receive your gift with humility and gratitude and to faithfully steward your gifts.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Isaiah 6:1-13. In this passage, the prophet Isaiah encounters the glory of God in a vision that confronts his sinfulness. But also reveals the transforming grace of God. Such grace leads Isaiah from "Woe is me!" to "Here I am! Send me." When we encounter the glorious grace of God, we are propelled to live on mi…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:4-5. Paul uses the power of analogy to compare the church to the human body. Through this analogy, we learn that the church is to be diverse, unified, and connected. Listen and be challenged to consider God's design for the church.Di Seven Mile Road Waltham
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Romans 12:3. In this text, Paul says that the transformed life must begin with humility. Pastor Kevin walks through this verse to see the upward, inward, and outward steps towards humility. Listen and be challenged to walk down the path of humility.Di Seven Mile Road Waltham
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Romans 12:1-2. In this passage, Paul begins drawing out the implications of all that God has done for us in Christ. Because Christ gave it all -- we should give it all to him. All of us, given to all of God. Listen and be challenged to offer your life as a living sacrifice.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 35-36. One of the resounding themes in the Bible is this: God is faithful to keep his promises. Not one word of his promises fail. And because God keeps his promises -- we owe God our highest allegiance, we can build our life on them, and we can keep going no matter the difficulty. Jacob learns these le…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 34. In this passage, we see the true story of a young girl who is raped, a father's in difference, and her brothers' revenge by mass murder. It's a dark passage through and through and it begs the question, why is this passage in the Bible? In this sermon, we look at the story and draw five implications…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 32-33. As Jacob returns home, he fears being reunited with his brother, Esau. Will Esau still be angry? Will Jacob be able to appease him? Before Jacob and Esau reunite, God meets Jacob "face to face." Through this encounter, Jacob learns an important lesson: the greatest approval needed is not that of …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 31. Jacob is called by God to return to his homeland. He leaves secretly with his family in tow. Laban aggressively pursues Jacob and his family but God protects his people. After 20 years of deception, idolatry, and greed, Jacob is finally free of Laban and has grown greatly in his faith.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 30. As the story of Jacob, Leah, and Rachel continues, we get a glimpse into the devastating effects of idolatry. Rachel is loved by Jacob, but longs for the satisfaction she thinks bearing children will bring. Leah has children, but longs for the love of her husband. We learn from this story an essenti…
 
In this sermon Pastor Clint walks us through Genesis 29. Jacob continues on his journey after God reaffirms his covenant with him. He comes upon a well and meets his wife, but "happily ever after" does not follow. Chapter 29 is filled with deception, drama, sister wives and hurt. Yet, God in his sovereignty, once again uses the brokenness of his pe…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 28 where Jacob sees heaven opened and a stairway to heaven. In this dream, the curtain is pulled back and we get a glimpse into how to get to heaven. But this stairway isn't what we think -- it's a stairway we can't build or climb. It's a stairway we don't deserve. And it's a stairway that's not a stair…
 
In this sermon, guest preacher, Dave Comeau looks at Luke 7:36-50. Have you ever wondered why is seems some people have more devotion to Jesus than others? Why is that? This passage shows us that our love for Jesus will rise to the level of our awareness of his forgiveness. Listen and be challenged to grow in awareness of his forgiveness so that we…
 
In this sermon, guest preacher, Scott Cope looks at Mark 10:32-52. If you could ask God for one thing, and you knew he would give it, what would you ask for? How we answer that question reveals a lot about what we value and care about most. Listen and be challenged as we look at this portrait of Jesus.…
 
In this sermon, pastor Kevin looks at Matthew 11:28-30. This brief invitation from Jesus is packed with meaning. Christ offers a deep rest of the soul to those who are burdened and weary. This free offer of the gospel is given to all, but only those who are aware of their weakness with a child-like humility will come to him and experience his gentl…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 27. Here we get a glimpse of a dysfunctional family. Favoritism, deceit, dishonor, anger, and more stem from hearts that do not trust the Lord. Yet in all of this we see how God providentially uses all kinds of human actions to carry out his promised purposes for the good of his people and the glory of …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 26 and the life of Isaac. In this overview of how life, we see Isaac face adversity; famine, fear of losing his life, and quarreling over sources of water become the soil in which Isaac's faith grows. Like his father Abraham before him, Isaac gives in to sinful self-interest as he faces adversity. And l…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 25:19-34. In Genesis 25, Abraham dies and is buried with Sarah. Issac and Rebekah pray for a child for 20 years and are blessed with twins, Jacob and Esau, who are at odds both in and out of the womb. This chapter begins the next section of Genesis, focused on Issac’s line. And as we look at this narrat…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 24. As Abraham approaches the end of his life, he sends a servant back to his own people to find a wife for Isaac. How does Abraham know God's will for finding Isaac a wife? How does the servant make a plan according to God's will? In this text, we draw out principles to learn how to discern and pursue …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 23. Sarah dies after a 127-year life filled with wandering, mistakes, waiting, laughter, and trusting the Lord. We watch as Abraham mourns the death of his princess and beloved wife and continues to trust in the Lord’s promised land, Canaan, as he negotiates with the Hittites to secure a burial place fo…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 22 where God tests Abraham by asking him to sacrifice his only son, Isaac. Trusting the Lord, Abraham bound his son to the wood of the altar. Everything was at stake—the long-anticipated covenant promise to Abraham of many descendants, finally at long last fulfilled in Isaac, seemed to be slipping away.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 20-21. In these chapters, we spend a few years with Abraham, the man of faith. And as we spend time with him, we see that his life is a vivid picture of the life of faith. We see that faith is a work in progress. We also see that a life of faith experiences both joy and sorrow. And finally, we see that …
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 18 and 19. The time of God's judgment upon the wicked city of Sodom has come. God reveals his plans to Abraham who pleads for God to spare the city for the sake of a few righteous. There's only one problem- There are no righteous people there. Only Lot is "righteous", yet even he lingers, revealing a he…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 17 and 18. God rearticulates his covenant with Abraham, gives a sign that marks God's people, and promises the birth of Isaac. The longer Abraham and Sarai wait for this promise to be fulfilled, the more unlikely, even laughable, it seems to them. But God is faithful. This passage teaches us a crucial l…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 16. This chapter begins with a reminder of Abram and Sarai's ongoing problem: they are still without a child. How can the promise of God to Abram be fulfilled without the provision of a family? It's in this setting that Sarai turns from trusting the Lord to take matters into her own hands, Abram fails t…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 15. How will this promise of a great nation be fulfilled if the aging Abram has no children? This question is a point of anxiety and fear for Abram. God addresses Abram’s anxiety over childlessness with one of the Bible’s most powerful affirmations of the goodness of God toward his people. God himself i…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at Genesis 13-14. As Abram returns to Canaan after his faith wavered in Egypt. We see in these chapters a renewed man, marked by humility, who responds to a number of trying circumstances with surprising faith. Abram walks by faith, not by sight. In doing so, he points us to the God who sustains and upholds his pe…
 
Ward 6 Councillor and US Army Warrant Officer Sean Durkee talks to us about the recent attacks that plagued our city during the pandemic, life as a citizen soldier, the rail trail, how we can reuse the Fernald property. We also touch on the best veal parm sub in Waltham, adding a Taco Bell to the city and Sean's plans for his reelection bid this ye…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 12. Here, we see God’s invitation to Abram to become a source of blessing for all of humanity. As Abram answers the call he abandons all of his regular sources of comfort and support, leaning wholly on God and his grace. In this chapter, we get a picture of faith and anti-faith -- belief and unbelief.…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint wraps up our series, And Justice for All by asking -- How Can We Find Justice? We've considered the weightiest injustices, what God's word has to say about them, and how we are to respond as his people. In this final sermon, we will look toward the day when Christ the King will return and establish justice and righteous…
 
In this sermon Pastor Kevin considers God's heart for the orphan, the widow, and the enslaved. We live in a world filled with 153 million orphans and 245 million widows, many of whom live in conditions of poverty, without the common protections and provisions of a family. Such vulnerability puts these orphans and widows at risk of one of the most w…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at the intersection of justice and poverty. . Proverbs 21:13 says, "Whoever closes his ear to the cry of the poor will himself call out and not be answered." This Sunday we will open our ears and discover how God has called and equipped us to love, serve, and bless the poor from a heart transformed by Christ who b…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Justice and the Unborn. Thousands of unborn children are aborted each day in our nation. The politicized language surrounding abortion has tempted Christians to remain silent or passive on what scripture makes clear: God is the Author of life. He knits us together in the womb (Psalm 139:13). So how do we think …
 
Season 2, episode 2 of the Watching Waltham podcast. The ONLY podcast about the Watch City. Bill Hanley, Shawn Hanley and Mike DeStefano are joined by Mr. Gelinas, WHS Associate Principal to discuss the recently school committee-approved policy change of merging the C1 and C2 college prep levels at Waltham High School, the return to classroom learn…
 
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at the topic of Justice and Race. Racism is a deeply rooted belief that one race is superior to another. In Ephesians 2:11-22, Paul directly addresses this dividing wall of ethnic hostility and shows how the gospel reconciles us to God and one another. As God's people we oppose racism, seek reconciliation with one…
 
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