Summary: SUNDAY TEACHINGS FROM UPPERROOM DALLAS
Sunday, October 8th, Michael Miller unpacks scripture to reveal its historical context as it relates to the power of women's voices and roles in a corporate church setting.
We're Better Together... Sunday, October 1st, Autumn Williams speaks to cultivating unity between women and men, empowering both to serve, submit, and strengthen themselves and each other through relationship and loving through our messiness.
Sunday, September 17th, Lorisa Miller shares some of her story as a girl growing up in the church and how Jesus truly liberated her heart and imparted value to her. Jesus is still setting women free today, no matter what circumstance they find themselves in.
Sunday, September 10th, Michael Miller shares his heart and explores the topic of historic gender inequality within the church and how women are called to an empowered walk in the fullness of their callings, gifts, and leadership.
We have come a long way... Sunday, August 3rd, Michael Miller invites Reba Loftis & Ronell Tate, Upper Room Dallas members, to share their testimonies and revelations which speak to unifying and thriving amid the racial prejudice and tensions of the past and present.
In 2015, Webster Dictionary word of the year was the suffix "ism". The seven most searched terms all ended with "ism." Terrorism. Sexism. Racism. Socialism. Feminism. Communism. Fascism. In this sermon, Michael Miller addresses systemic racism that he has seen in the city of Dallas, the mindsets that surround neighborhoods and how we have all been impacted by the "ISM" of race. He gives very practical ways to combat racism in our every day world starting by listening to the person in front of you.
What God IS Doing?.. Guest Speaker Michael "Hats" Miller invites us to dive into "What God IS doing." Relating personal accounts of healing, miracles, and revelation through faith and encounter, he invites us to explore further relationship and intimacy with the Lord.
Change The Narrative.. Will Ford and Matt Lockett visit UPPER ROOM DALLAS to share their powerful testimony of healing: the reconciliation between a son of former slaves and a son of former slave owners. They share their heart for the racial divide in this hour, as well as how their prophetic history can hold some keys in a revival and greater reconciliation to come.
Radical Love Reconciles... In our day and throughout history, man has built walls of separation through ideologies based on race, national identity, religion, and politics just to name a few. Those walls create isolation and hostility, but Jesus provided a key to tear down those walls of offense between God and man. He did this with a ‘perfect’ love. A love that was the same toward the good and the evil, the just and the unjust. He loved His friends and enemies the same. That kind of radical love is the key to seeing our world changed.
You can't have more than Everything... In this podcast Michael Koulianos offers practical steps and a lively testimony on how to keep our hearts and eyes positioned toward the Lord. His message culminates on a teaching from Luke 10, that despite works all is second to beholding and loving Jesus.
Awaken the warrior in you... In seasons of advancement, the warrior disciplined nature of God, flowing out of intimacy, is what propels us forward through the hard places into the promises. As Jesus endured the Cross for the Joy set before Him, we are to look to Jesus with intense focus in the race that is set before us. What and how we focus our eyes on in this season will determine our destination! Michael shares how focusing our eyes on Jesus with a military like focus, not turning our eyes to the right or the left, is such a key to overcoming the schemes of the enemy. Enjoy this podcast as the eyes of a warrior are awakened within you!
Jesus said to feed on His flesh and drink of His blood. He promises we will never hunger or thirst as we do this. Lorisa Miller gives us practical ways of how we can learn to feast on Him in everyday life.
In this week’s sermon on Communion, Michael Mauldin continues in 1 Cor 11:23-30 focusing on seasons where we are standing between what Jesus has accomplished and His manifestation of the promise in our lives. Those gap seasons are often filled with suffering and weakness. Some tendencies in these seasons are to feed our flesh with sinful things to mask the pain. However there is another way to feed our spirits in these times to gain strength and joy in the midst of the suffering of our flesh through Communion! Come to the table to feed your spirit and gain new strength and joy!
This is a fun message and a much needed truth for the Body of Christ. 1 Corinthians 11:23-34 is the only exhortation we have directly from Paul (or anyone else) on how to take approach The Table. In his address, Paul has some strong words for those partaking in the meal like; eating the body & drinking the blood in a worthy manner; examining yourself rightly before taking the meal; and not being found guilty of the blood and the body. These words have put fear and insecurity in many people. Many will miss the power of what has been provided at the table because of Paul’s strong correction to the church at Corinth. Michael Miller in this teaching thoroughly explains what Paul meant by these terms and how to appropriately eat and drink of the Lord. He shows us how to come to the table and receive ALL that has been provided by Jesus. It’s different than we think. It’s better than we think. Enjoy this refreshing message on approaching the table in sincerity and truth. Get ready to digest strength, healing and life!
The Table series continues this week with a special look at the bread representing the broken body of Jesus. Michael Miller looks at the significance of Christ’s body being broken and it’s redemptive purpose for us today. In His Body, Jesus bore our sins and the effects of sin for us. The stripes of Jesus provide healing and wholeness and we can approach the table with expectation for healing, wholeness and blessing. Jesus body was provided for us so that we could have life today.