This week Tom Trask looks at the second half our theme verse 1 Corinthians 16:13-14, and tackles the topic of maturity by analyzing how to be strong, on guard, and courageous.
Pastor Tom examines the story of the good samaritan, and gives practical application on how to live a compassionate life.
For the first service of the semester, our campus pastor Tom Trask looks at the systems of love. Unconditional, Sacrificial, Forgiving, and Experiential.
Pastor Tom gives a brief talk to the students about the importance of pursuing the presence of the Lord as they enter into the summer break.
Kyle Melton gives the final message of the school year on choosing to see your worth through the eyes of the Lord.
In Tom’s final message of the semester he gives us the charge to decide whether we are going to be awake and active in our relationship with Christ or to be spiritually asleep.
Special guest Reverend Trask (Pastor Tom's Father) brings a word regarding the lessons of life. He uses Proverbs to speak to the importance of trusting God, leaning on His understanding, and letting Him lead our paths.
The MXA Worship team presents The Worship Experience as a way of spreading freedom within everyday and corporate worship.
Pastor Tom challenges the students to consider where God is calling them to take a leap of faith by sharing the story of buying and paying off the Chi Alpha house.
Pastor Tom uses the three A's (Authority, Acceptance, & Action) to speak to how the enemy can steal our identity.
Guest speaker John Maracle shares with Chi Alpha about his ministry to Native Americans.
Mike & Missy Towers explore what it means to count the costs of obeying God in order to live in His fullness for our lives.
Pastor Tom & Missi tackle the ever appreciated topic of relationships. They take four pieces of advice to encourage the students toward choosing the right one.
Tom Trask covers the topic of forgiveness by looking at the ultimate act of forgiveness, Jesus dying on the cross.
Pastor Tom emphasizes the importance of loving others through the act of servanthood. "Sometimes, a normal task becomes more significant when we do it out of love for one another."
Coming off of the World Mission Summit, Tom Trask teaches on how our choices for God will be met with resistance, and how we should handle it.
This semester we've been given many tools necessary to make godly choices in many situations. So what? What does it matter? Pastor Tom Trask rounds up the semester by answering this very important question.
Vulnerability is hard... but without vulnerability, we can't love God or each other at the level God has called us. Kelsey Bradley talks this week about the importance of this key factor, but also gives practical steps on how to move forward.
Angela Jarvis talks about the choice we face to obey God or not. Using the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, Angela talks about the factors that make this choice difficult.
In our lives we must train in order to be healthy or to achieve our goals. Hear from Mike Towers as he talks about making the decision to train in our spiritual lives.