Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Nov 12, 2017
Duration:48 mins 4 secs
In this challenging sermon from Acts, Pastor Chad asks the difficult question of why God allows suffering? Why was King Herod allowed to lay, "Violent Hands" upon the Church. Why was James killed and Peter lived? Pastor Chad shows us the tremendous pressure the early church was under with the arrest of Peter, the death of James, the persecution from Herod and the famine of Acts 11. Yet the difference was prayer! Learn how prayer can make all the difference in the pressures of your life.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Nov 07, 2017
Duration:18 mins
Trouble comes to our life in many different ways. We may face marriage, financial, health or even emotional troubles. How does a Christ follower handle trouble when it comes to our life? Thankfully, the Psalm 46 gives us the answer. Learn what it means to, "Be still and know" that He is God.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Nov 05, 2017
Duration:46 mins 48 secs
In this study of Power & Persecution, the Book of Acts introduces us to the first Gentile Church called, The Church at Antioch. The city of Antioch was the 3rd most important city in the ancient world following Rome and Alexandria. There are many great lessons we learn from this healthy vibrant, Church.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 31, 2017
Duration:43 mins 35 secs
In this Tuesday Night Prayer Service, Terry Whitson speaks on the importance of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life.
Topical Sermon
Sun, Oct 29, 2017
Duration:51 mins 56 secs
In this stand alone sermon, Pastor Bob Howerton speaks from Philippians 2:1-11 on the dangers of selfishness.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 24, 2017
Duration:15 mins 52 secs
In Pt. 2 of our study of John 16:33, Pastor Chad continues to walk us through this fascinating verse where Jesus promises His people God's peace. What did Jesus mean by, "In the world you will have tribulation?" We explain this and much more in Pt. 2 of How to have the peace of God.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 24, 2017
Duration:19 mins 4 secs
How does a believer obtain the peace of God in their life? In this Tuesday Night Prayer Gathering, Pastor Chad breaks down John 16:33 showing that it is in Christ that we have peace.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 17, 2017
Duration:25 mins 58 secs
What did Paul mean when he wrote, "Take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ"? The answer may surprise you as we study each phrase of 2 Corinthians 10:5.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Duration:42 mins 3 secs
Are you someone who handles conflict well? Unfortunately, conflict is a part of life...it is a part of our work life, family life and sometimes even our church life. In Acts 11, we see how Peter handled conflict with the Jewish believers after he went to preach the Gospel to the Gentiles. Pt. 16 of Power & Persecution, challneges us as we learn how to handle conflict and how to respond when God allows situations we may not like or even approve of.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 10, 2017
Duration:20 mins 13 secs
In this Tuesday Night Prayer Service, Pastor Glenn Stewart walks us through the powerful prayer of Jabez.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Oct 08, 2017
Duration:1 hr 11 mins 31 secs
When Peter preached the Gospel to the Gentiles in Acts, the Bible says that the Holy Spirit was poured out upon them and that they spoke in Tongues. In pt. 15 of Power & Persecution, Pastor Chad answers many questions around the issue of speaking in tongues and what it means to be baptized in the Holy Spirit.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Oct 03, 2017
Duration:24 mins 18 secs
Did you know the Bible teaches that the trials in our life are appointed by God? This is why James says that we can, "Count them as Joy" because if God has appointed that we face certain trails, then He has also appointed all the grace and strength we need to face those trials. We hope you enjoy this Tuesday Night Prayer Sermon called, Count It All Joy.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Oct 01, 2017
Duration:49 mins 25 secs
As we continue our journey through Acts, we see in Pt. 14 of this section of Acts that Peter is growing in God's power. In Acts 9, we see a great miracle in the healing of Aeneas, next we see a greater miracle in the raising of a woman named Dorcas to life. Now, we are going to see the greatest miracle and that is the salvation of the Gentiles. We will meet a man named Cornelius and how God prepared both he and Peter for one of the greatest moments in Church history...the opening of the Kingdom of God to the Gentiles.
Topical Sermon
Wed, Sep 27, 2017
Duration:18 mins 44 secs
This was a special Student Event hosted at Preaching Christ Church with 6 other Churches participating. Pastor Glenn Stewart speaks from Hebrews 12:2 on how this generation can fix their eyes on Jesus. Many students were saved from this message.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Sep 26, 2017
Duration:11 mins 4 secs
In this Tuesday Prayer Meeting, our Student Pastor, Glenn Stewart, speaks on this year's topic of See You At The Pole. The text is Hebrews 12:2 on how we can fix our eyes on Jesus.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Sep 24, 2017
Duration:47 mins 25 secs
In Pt. 13 of the Power & Persecution Series, we see Peter being sent to Joppa to pray for a woman named Dorcas, who was full of good works and acts of charity. In this message, Pastor Chad shows how our own lives should be marked by good works, not for salvation, but rather because of the free gift of salvation we have been given. There are many spiritual truths we learn from this section of Acts 9.

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