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Ryan Haskins

Ryan Haskins
Role: Guest Speaker

Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

Latest sermons by this teacher

No Other Gospel
Sun, Sep 24, 2017
I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel—not that there is another one, but there are some who trouble you and want to distort the gospel of Christ.Galatians 1:6-7 (ESV) If you were to pick one book of the Bible that propelled the Reformation forward it would be Galatians. It was a lighting bolt that shot through Martin Luther and the thunder that resulted echoed across Europe. Next week we will begin our series looking into Luther's teachings, but this week you get a preview. We will be joined by a friend, Ryan Haskins. He is the youth pastor at Community Bible Church in Nashville. He along with the other church staff podcast and write for Theocast. I want to encourage you to read through the opening chapter of Galatians to prepare your heart and mind.
Rest: More Than a Feeling
Sun, Aug 28, 2016
Duration:47 mins
Let us therefore strive to enter that rest, so that no one may fall by the same sort of disobedience. (Hebrews 4:11 ESV) Exhausted. Tired. Dragging. Need Coffee. In the midst of all of our jokes about the pace of life and the weariness of our minds and bodies, there is a truth that we often ignore. We need rest. Unfortunately, when we think of rest, we are stretched and tired even considering it. We might feel we can’t afford it. Or we might run the to-do-list both at home and at work that would never allow us to step away. Many times, what adds to our busyness is our spiritual lives. We add things like prayer or bible study to the list and our sense of frustration grows. In Hebrews 4:1, we get an almost paradoxical command about rest. You must struggle, work, and strive to rest. Wait, what? Wouldn’t that make rest work? This Sunday, my friend Ryan Haskins will be unpacking this idea of Rest. I will be gone, participating in a local race (Not a lot of rest there!). I encourage you to read through Hebrews 4 to get the context of this important command.
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