The Seventh Letter: Open the Door (5/24/20)
Three Reasons We Do Not Open the Door • May 24, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
As quarantine is nearing its end, we look forward to businesses and restaurants opening their doors. We anxiously await the return to normal, and we are hopeful for what the future may bring. But as you look ahead, do not miss the open doors available to you today. On Sunday May 24, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan concludes his sermon series, Seven Letters, as he gives us Three Reasons We Do Not Open the Door.
The Fifth Letter: Four Faith Killers (5/17/20)
May 17, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
We can sometimes forget that living in isolation does not isolate us from God. What we do in the privacy of our own homes, what we do in the privacy of our own hearts, can make a huge difference in our spiritual lives. Faith in God cannot be quarantined, and our everyday choices and attitudes can end up killing our faith. On Sunday, May 17, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan gives us Four Faith Killers.
The Sixth Letter: While We Wait (5/3/20)
What is the Second Coming? • May 3, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
The pandemic, the government, social media, the news, it all increases the uncertainty, fear, and confusion in our lives. In a world of turmoil, people are wondering if we are living in the end times. The short answer is yes. But what does that mean for us and how we live today? On Sunday, May 3, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan preaches from the book of Revelation of what to do while we wait.
The Fourth Letter: What We Have (4/26/20)
Three Things We Have to Hold on To • April 26, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
When the world seems to be spinning out of control, it’s important to hold onto what matters. And when we hold on Jesus, we can be grounded when our lives are shaken, persevere in our calling, and have hope for tomorrow. On Sunday, April 26, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan gives us Three Things We Have to Hold on To.
The Third Letter (4/19/20)
What to Take into What is Next • April 19, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
After a month of quarantine, people are anxiously awaiting their return to normal routines. But what is normal? Perspectives have changed, culture has changed, you have changed. And what we learn from this season will make a difference in our lives and others. On Sunday, April 19, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan continues his sermon series, Seven Letters, as he takes a look at What to Take into What is Next.
The Second Letter: Only After (4/5/20)
How to wait for Only After • April 5, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
During a crisis, it can be hard to see the purpose or reason why it’s happening. It can be even harder to remember that every moment is in God’s hands. Like traveling through a dark tunnel, the wait feels interminable and the end never coming. Some things in life only make sense only after it has passed. On Sunday, April 5, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan continues his sermon series, Seven Letters, and shows us how to wait for the “only after.”
The First Letter: First Things First (3/29/20)
Three Steps for Keeping First Things First • March 29, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Nobody wanted the COVID-19 outbreak. No one wanted this lingering isolation in quarantine, but if this is to be our new normal, let’s not let this opportunity pass us by. Instead of focusing on what we cannot control, let’s look at our priorities and see how we can make the most of it. On Sunday, March 29, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan gives us three steps for keeping first things first.
Lessons from an Exile (3/22/20)
Three Things to Remember in Isolated Times • March 22, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Plans were broken, dreams disillusioned, and now you are feeling the strain of isolation. While the world seems at the end with this massive world-wide pandemic, you are locked down, stuck inside your house. Long before COVID-19, the apostle John was forced into exile on the island of Patmos. Knowing the strain of isolation and missing loved ones, he wrote seven letters to churches of that time. On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Pastor Chad begins a new sermon series, Seven Letters, and gives us three things to remember in isolated times.