April 5th, 2015
Pastor Chase continues the teaching series, "Four Cups" with an Easter message about the first cup, the cup of salvation. We discover an age old promise, that God desires to bring people out of slavery to sin and into the abundant life promised by Jesus.
March 29th, 2015
Pastor Chase kicks off our brand new teaching series, "Four Cups" with an inspiring message. You will be encouraged to know that "there is more" and that all of the promises of God are for you, in and through Christ, Our Passover Lamb.
March 22nd, 2015
Matt Austin shares the parable of the 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread, where Jesus miraculously feeds 5,000 in order to remind us that we can do much with very little as long as our faith is in the right place.
March 15th, 2015
In our darkest hour we can trust in and have complete confidence in our Father in Heaven. Pastor Chase discusses the last of the last words of Jesus on the cross and relates those words to our every day lives.
March 8th, 2015
In this message, Pastor Matt shares on Jesus' last words, "It is finished!" He explains that, praise is for the Lord and not for those around us, so we should praise victoriously like nobody's watching.
March 1st, 2015
In this message, Brandon Stewart addresses a sometimes harsh reality that we all must navigate on a daily basis - interacting with the authority in our lives. Find out the benefit of navigating these relationships well! www.championscc.org
February 22nd, 2015
In this message, Pastor Chase discusses one of Jesus' most agonizing statements from the cross, "My God. My God. Why have you forsaken me?" We are reminded that Jesus paid, with his life, for the damage that our sin caused. www.championscc.org
February 16th, 2015
In this message, Pastor Chase discusses the incredible love of Jesus and challenges us to love the way Jesus loves. There are a few "musts" that we should put into practice in our lives - press play to find out what they are! www.championscc.org
February 8th, 2015
In this first message of the teaching series, "When Love Speaks," Pastor Chase contrasts the ugliness of the crucifixion of Jesus and the beauty of his words, while being crucified. In his darkest moment, he didn't have himself on his mind but his concern was then, and still is now, that our greatest need would be met.
February 1st, 2015
If you have ever seen a caution sign, then you know that disclaimers are everywhere. People often remind us that "mistakes happen", but Pastor Matthew reminds us that "God doesn't make mistakes, and He doesn't need to give a disclaimer." With this word, we can trust that whatever God promises, He will perform.