Tiffany Fellowship Church Audio Podcast



Audio message from Tiffany Fellowship Church in Kansas City, MO.


  • Losing My Religion


    May 30, 2021 - Tammy Herzig shares the message "Losing My Religion" This morning, you are looking at a woman who loves a good checklist.  I have checklists on my Notes app in my iPhone.  I have checklists in my Evernote.  I have lists scribbled on legal pads.  I have lists of projects in my planner that I check the tasks off as I go.  I live or die by my lists.  And at the end of the day, I can see all of those marks that I've checked-off, and I see all the things I've accomplished, and I just feel so good.  I feel like I've gotten so much done. Whether we realize it or not, most of us have a Spiritual Checklist.  A Spiritual Checklist is a mental inventory of all of the behaviors we feel like we should do, or the behaviors we feel like we should NOT do in order to be a good Christian. What is on your checklist?

  • CHRIST IS RISEN… Now What? – Jesus EQUIPS His Church


    April 18, 2021 - Pastor Barry continues the series "CHRIST IS RISEN... Now What?" with "Jesus EQUIPS His Church" In this series, we are looking at the first appearance of the resurrected Jesus to His church which happened literally hours after He arose. This first appearance of the resurrected Jesus to the church was strategic.  As we will see in the text today, immediately after resurrecting from the dead, Jesus gets right to putting attention and responsibility on the church.  He wastes not a moment in celebration but rather gets right to delegation.

  • CHRIST IS RISEN… Now What? – Jesus EMPLOYS His Church


    April 11, 2021 - Pastor Barry Clair begins a new series, "CHRIST IS RISEN... Now What?" with the message "Jesus EMPLOYS His Church" On the Christian calendar, there is not a busier time than Easter.  The only date that is as busy is Christmas.  Our staff worked so hard this Easter season; everyone put in time and effort above and beyond the call of duty, and I am very, very grateful to our staff for what they did. We created and constructed two totally different services in a matter of days.  There was the Good Friday service and then the Resurrection Sunday service.  Both of these had unique logistic challenges; set design, lighting, sound, music, personnel, writing and presenting challenges. Late on Sunday afternoon, when all is said and done, I finally arrived at home, I collapsed on the couch and I said out loud, "Christ is Risen, and I need a break..."