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Alpha & Omega (11/29/20)

How to Thrive in Crazy Times

November 29, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Revelation 22:13

If one thing has remained constant this past year, it’s inconsistency. News, politics, pandemic, life in general have been plagued with ambiguity and uncertainty. But even when life is at its craziness, there is One who never changes. On Sunday, November 29, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan continues with the I Am sermon series and shows us “How to Thrive in Crazy Times.”

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Jesus is Coming… and We Don’t Seem to Care (12/6/20)

Four Reasons We’ve Stopped Caring that Jesus is Coming Back • December 6, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

For over 4000 years, people longed for the coming of the Messiah. Generation after generation, they waited anxiously for Him to come in power and offer salvation to mankind. Finally, after centuries of prophecies, the Messiah came as a baby, born of a virgin, laid in a manger, and forever changed the world as we know it. Today, we know Jesus will come again, but this time, we don’t seem to care. On Sunday, December 6, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan concluded his I Am sermon series, and gives us Four Reasons We Stopped Caring about Jesus’ return.

I Am The Vine (11/22/20)

Check Your Connection • November 22, 2020 • Pastor Binil Chacko

Trouble comes. Life gets tough. When you are connected to Jesus, you can find strength. You can find hope. You can find purpose. But alone, or with a weak connection, troubles get tougher, answers seem muddy, and hope is a struggle. Before the hard times come, be prepared and check your connection. On Sunday, November 22, 2020, Pastor Binil Chacko continues the I Am sermon series and gives us Six Ways to Create a Better Connection with Jesus.

The Way, The Truth, and The Life (11/15/20)

Four Busted Myths • November 15, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

You do you. Live your truth. #YOLO. These are the philosophies that define our culture, define who we are as a society, and how we see ourselves in the 21st Century. We like to believe that as long as we are “a good person,” we are on the path to Heaven. But Jesus offers another Truth, and it may not match up to what lets us feel good. On Sunday, November 15, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan continues his sermon series, I Am, and gives us Four Busted Myths.