January 2021

Giving the Blessing (1/31/21)

January 31, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

A blessing is more than kind words or a superficial compliment. It is speaking truth and life into someone. It’s instilling purpose, hope, and trust. When you withhold your blessing from others, you deny both yourself and the other person what God can do through it. On Sunday, January 31,2021, Pastor Chad Gilligan shows the importance of giving the blessing to others.

The Blessing of Giving (1/24/21)

January 24, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

Generosity opens the door to blessing, and blessing opens the door to generosity. One directly leads to the other. If you are lacking blessing in your life, it’s best to start looking at your checkbook, your time, your talents, and your attitudes. What you do (or not do), could be impeding what God wants to do through you. On Sunday, January 24, 2021, Pastor Chad Gilligan preaches about the importance of giving and the blessings that come from it.

The Blessing of Unity (1/10/21)

January 10, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

A nation, who once pledged unity, now stands divided. Following the attack on the Capitol building, American citizens everywhere struggle with the ramifications. After months of political and social outrage, America seems indivisible no more. But there is hope. God is calling His church to be the symbol of unity and peace our nation needs right now. He is calling us to go beyond our differences and truly care for each other. On Sunday, January 10, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan stresses the importance of church unity and the blessings that come from it.

A Prayer for Blessing (1/3/21)

January 3, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

Looking toward the new year, we hope for God’s blessings in our lives. But how should we pray? What do we ask for? On Sunday, January 3, 2021, Pastor Chad Gilligan first encourages us to prepare our hearts, and then, leads us in a prayer of blessing.

Receiving the Blessing (12/27/20)

December 27, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

After a long year, we are looking forward to 2021. We hope that things will change for the better, and the chaos and unrest of 2020 will finally be behind us. But what we don’t realize is that the blessing we long for in the upcoming year is available to us today. On Sunday, December 27, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan concludes the year, encouraging us to receive God’s unwavering and ever-steady blessing into our lives.