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
Making The Most Of Your Moment (4/15/18)
Five Steps To Make The Most Of Your Moment • April 15, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
You are meant for more than living a menial life of day-to-day monotony. God has specifically designed you for a purpose. Don't let life's obstacles stop you from discovering God's will for you. On Sunday, April 15, 2018, Pastor Chad challenges us to make the most of every moment and live life to the fullest.
Divine Moments (4/8/18)
April 8, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Our life are made up of a series of moments. Some are significant, some seem inconsequential. But what if we made every moment matter? What if we seize the opportunity God provides us and do something eternal for Him? On Sunday, April 8, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan begins a new sermon series on making the most of every moment in our lives.
Easter at Calvary (4/1/18)
The First Easter Sermon • April 1, 2018 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Every year, there are thousands and thousands of Easter Sermons preached around the world. Centuries after Jesus’ walked the earth, we are still celebrating the resurrecting power and grace of Jesus Christ. But what would it be like to hear the first Easter sermon ever preached? What would it be like to hear what really happened on that blessed day from someone who actually experienced it? On Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018, Pastor Chad Gilligan takes a look at the first Easter sermon, recorded in the book the Acts, and how the same message then is still changing lives today.