Good relationships don’t just happen. Relationships are actually spiritual; they even reveal the state of your relationship with God. How you treat others, how you invest in others, and how you see yourself all show up in your relationships. Your earthly conduct has eternal consequences for yourself and others. Moreover, there is no human relationship with greater spiritual impact than that of marriage. On Sunday, February 12, 2017, Pastor Chad Gilligan gives a Valentine’s Day message about relationships and how to have a strong marriage.
Strong Marriages For Tough Times
Five Keys To A Strong Marriage In Tough Times
February 12, 2017 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • 1 Peter 3:1-7
I Messed Me Up (12/2/18)
Three Things God has for a Messed-Up Me • December 2, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Well, you did it again. You said something you shouldn’t. You’ve sabotaged another relationship. Maybe you will do better tomorrow? Maybe you will make everything worse. Despite best intentions, it seems you can’t do anything right. On Sunday, December 2, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan preaches on what to do when “I Messed Me Up.”
Death Messed Me Up (11/25/18)
November 25, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
We’re all told that death is a part of life, but what does that even mean? Few things in life leave us feeling so lost, confused, and destroyed. All of us have either been personally affected by death or know someone who has. On Sunday, November 25, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan speaks to those who are grieving this holiday season and how friends and family can help.
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.