The Table Austin
Summary: The Table exists to be a Christ-centered, outward-focused, community of friends for 20 and 30 somethings in Austin, TX. We’ll post audio versions of our Tuesday night sermons here as well as bonus episodes with exclusive podcast content, Q & A, and real stories of life change.
Movie explosions, chicken fried things, and the such as. Steven and Heather share what they’ve been learning from God’s Word and wrap up the Summer on the Mount series by finishing where it all started.
We wrap up our Summer on the Mount series with the same words Jesus does. Two ways to live. How will you respond?
Steven and John talk about dad bods, anxiety, and how our lives would be different if we consistently trusted God’s good provision.
Ever been anxious about something you can’t control? We’ve all been there! John MacTaggart shows us the path forward with the words of Jesus as we continue in our Summer on the Mount series.
Steven and Heather talk about what has surprised them in the Sermon on the Mount so far and discuss toenails, prayer, junk, and how difficult and fun it is to follow Jesus.
Heather walks us through the words of Jesus on retaliation and loving our enemies because God loved us first when we were his enemies.
Ever had a flaky friend? Ever BEEN a flaky friend? Steven shows us what Jesus has to say about keeping your word in two significant areas of life as we continue our Summer on the Mount series.
Hiatus is over! Heather talks about her bug out bag in her Corolla and Steven resists the urge to rant about soccer. Summer on the Mount continues with a topic that is uniquely applicable to our generation.
Lust. Adultery. Sexual sin comes in many shapes yet all of it produces shame. What are we supposed to do? How are we supposed to live? Steven continues the Summer on the Mount series as we look to the words of Jesus all summer.
Ever been angry, held a grudge, or been hurt by someone? Ever done the hurting? Tonight, Steven unpacks the words of Jesus on anger and how to reconcile before you’re ready.
Steven explains why the Old Testament is good news that begins and ends with Jesus. Jesus fills to the full what it means to be righteous before God on our behalf.
Vacations are awesome. Steven and Heather start with a vacation edition of Things We Like and walk through what it means to be salt and light as followers of Jesus.
What would the world be like if all the Jesus followers were removed? Steven explains from Matthew 5:13-16 why real faith in Christ is always personal but never private.
Steven and Heather recap the first ever Group Bible Study night, talk about how they came to know the Bible as well as they do (you might be surprised) and share a show and a movie in Things We Like.
Steven and Heather talk about Cheetos, outdoorsy Austin stuff, which parts of the Sermon on the Mount are especially meaningful to them, and an app to help you encounter the Bible.