When violence, hate, and accusation litter the news and permeate the fibers of our society, followers of Christ are charged to shed light on false doctrine, demonstrate love despite differences, and remember that we are all equal and loved in the eyes of God. On Sunday, August 20, 2017, Pastor Chad Gilligan speaks on racism.
In His Image (8/20/17)
A Sermon on Racism
August 20, 2017 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Galatians 2:11-14
Church Messed Me Up (11/18/18)
Two Steps Towards Healing for those Hurt by the Church • November 18, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
It was supposed to be a safe place—a place of love, welcoming, acceptance—but, instead, it became a place of betrayal. Whether it was intentional or an accident, you were hurt by the Church. So many people all over the world are hurt by other believers and don’t know what to do. They feel like they’ve lost a voice, a community, even a Savior. On Sunday, November 18, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan shows us six ways the Church can hurt people and what we can do about it after the hurt.
Conflict Messed Me Up (11/11/18)
5 Steps to Handling Conflict • November 11, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Anywhere you find people, you can find conflict. It’s at work, at home, at school, even at the grocery store. Conflict ranges from mild annoyances to full blown, blackout rage. However, no matter what the other person does, no matter the circumstances or the situation, your response is what matters to God. On Sunday, November 11, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan give us 5 Steps to Handing Conflict and reminds us that your response is your responsibility.
Stress Messed Me Up (11/4/18)
Five Sources of Stress • November 4, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Stress is all around us; it’s a part of our everyday lives. And no matter our age, it affects us all physically, spiritually, and emotionally. If we don’t learn how to handle our stress, it will handle us, impacting our confidence, relationships, and peace of mind. On Sunday, November 4, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan speaks on what causes stress and what we can do about it.