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Paul's Last Written Words (2 Timothy 4:19-20)

January 15, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 46:15 (42.5 MB)

It is interesting that the last written record we have from Paul is about people. Although we do not know much about the names listed, they were important to Paul. Likewise, we are important to God who knows us even if we are not known by the world.

Jesus is Always There (2 Timothy 4:17-18)

January 08, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 42:41 (39.2 MB)

We have all heard that God is with us, but yet we are all prone to fear. God's presence in our lives should conquer that fear. Today's message explores some of the many times when God was with His people.

Seek FIRST the Kingdom of God

January 01, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 44:10 (40.6 MB)

With many making New Year's resolutions, what should Christians commit to this year? If we seek first the kingdom of God, we are living in accordance with His Word and He will give you courage for the challenges ahead!

The Greatest Gift, Part 2: From Us (Luke 2:8-14)

December 25, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 24:37 (22.7 MB)

In this special message, young people from the church read the Christmas story. The gifts brought to Jesus by the Magi were appropriate: Gold for a king, Frankincense for a priest, and Myrrh for God's anointed one. What did we bring Him?

The Greatest Gift, Part 1: To Us (Luke 2:1-14)

December 18, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 39:38 (36.4 MB)

God has given us many gifts that we often take for granted. Pastor Rich reflects on some of those in his life including life itself, his wife, children, grand children, houses, and the church. But the greatest gift is eternal life through Jesus.

Jesus Always There (2 Timothy 4:14-18)

December 11, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 31:04 (28.6 MB)

It is not always a bad thing to be alone, if it causes us to turn to Jesus. He will deliver us from evil attacks. He will never leave nor forsake us, regardless of how we feel.

Abandoned, Deserted, Alone? (2 Timothy 4:9-13)

December 04, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 33:56 (31.2 MB)

The things of this world, like status, possessions, and entertainment, can lead us away from the needs of others. At the end of our lives, these things will matter much less than friends. And there is no better friend than Jesus.

Why is it so hard to say thank you? (1 Chronicles 16:34)

November 27, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:59 (34 MB)

Our pride and rudeness sometimes keep us from saying thank you. This Thanksgiving message explores various scriptures about giving thanks, sometimes even before we receive a blessing.

Fulfill all that God has given you to do (2 Timothy 4:5)

November 20, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 38:21 (35.3 MB)

If God has given you something to do, don't panic, because He has also given you what you need to complete it. Yet, understand that setbacks are inevitable and are often used by God to correct our paths. Look to Him for strength to endure.

Itching Ears (2 Timothy 4:3-4)

November 13, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 49:32 (45.5 MB)

Many churches today are teaching false doctrine to appease their congregations and to enrich themselves. Sound doctrine often makes us uncomfortable and the desire to hear only that which affirms us is common to all.

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