Messages (Page 10)

Messy: Denial

Every single one of us loves to deny. We deny when it doesn’t agree with our thinking, or our way. In this message we talk about something we need to stop denying and start dealing with.

Messy: Trust God

When life gets messy, how do we believe God?  When timing isn’t right?  When situations are hard, when health fails.  What about when it affects our children?  Today we talk about the truth of trusting God in the worst of circumstances.  When our family is affected, where do we turn?  Pastor Chip shares the heartache…

Messy: Overcomers

Not for everyone, but for many of us, we have faced or seen abusive situations in our lives.  In this message we talk about the truth of abuse, and steps every single one of us can take to overcome our past, and seek real health.  Life is Messy, but God can handle it!

Messy: How He Loves

How do the people of God treat those who are down and out?  People who don’t follow God, people whose lives are messy?  In this message we look at real stories of real people and how Paul, Silas, and Jesus himself view people whose lives are Messy.  The answer may surprise you.

Messy: Stories can be changed!

Every single person has regrets.  Mistakes.  Messes.  But just because we have those regrets doesn’t mean we can’t change them or change our future.  Every Saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.  It doesn’t matter which one you are; God can help you to be something different as you move forward!

UnCommon: Destiny

We all live this life with a destination in mind. But is Christianity about End-of-Life issues, or Mid-Life issues? In this message Pastor Chip talks about the destiny we are called to and how we live day to day with an UnCommon one!

UnCommon: Marriage

We all know the difficulty of having a common marriage.  Relationships are filled with disappointment, struggles, and even heartache.  But what if those relationships could be better, UnCommon even?  In this message we’ll explore what it means to have an UnCommon Marriage and UnCommon relationships.