PASTOR'S WEEKLY VIDEO BLOG


Please note that Pastor's Video Blogs will be on break until the weekend of January 12/13, 2019.

For most weeks, from September through mid-June, Pastor Dennis (or the speaking pastor for the weekend) records a video summary of the sermon message. This video blog is designed to be a life group discussion-starter, but is applicable for everyone, as it provides extra information and helpful insights into the weekend's message.

LIFE GROUP LEADERS:
Please note that the video blog for the weekend's sermon is usually posted the Friday before. So if your group meets on a Friday or Saturday, you'll probably want to use the SECOND video below. Note: Each video is dated with the sermon message date.

You can view the two latest video blogs on this page below, or click here to visit our EFCC YouTube Channel for the archive of all our past videos. (Please note that after the video plays, you may see "suggested videos" from YouTube. These are not "suggested" or "recommended" by EFCC, but by YouTube. They are just add-ons and not necessarily content that we can control. Please feel free to disregard other such suggested videos. Thank you.)

SERMON RESOURCES: To watch entire sermon video or to hear the sermon audio or download the sermon outline notes, just visit the Sermons page.

This Week's Video Blog

 
Please note that Pastor's Video Blogs will be on break until the weekend of January 12/13, 2019. The video blogs below are for recent series from the fall.

If you missed a previous week's video blog just scroll down to "Previous Week's Video Blog."

 


Previous Week's Video Blog


The previous week's video blog is posted below in case you missed it during a previous week and want to catch up.

 

Looking for More Video Blogs?


If you need to access any previous Pastor's Video Blogs, just click here to visit our EFCC YouTube Channel for the archive of all of our past videos. (Please note that after a video plays, you may see "suggested videos" from YouTube. These are not "suggested" or "recommended" by EFCC, but by YouTube. They are just add-ons and not necessarily content that we can control. Please feel free to disregard other such suggested videos. Thank you.)