In lieu of Valentine's Day week, Pastors Tom & Missi share their heart for what it means to have healthy relationships.
As the second week of service ensues for the spring semester, Pastor Tom looks wraps up his mini series on discipleship by identifying 3 steps of being a desperate disciple.
For the first week back at Chi Alpha, Pastor Tom, analyzes Luke 5 to see how Peter, Andrew, James, and John strengthen their relationship by becoming full-time disciples rather than part-time.
This week at Mizzou Chi Alpha, Pastor Tom Trask returns to the pulpit to discuss John 13 where Jesus and the disciples are sitting around the table. In this sermon, he identifies 3 must-have's for being a successful disciple.
This week the students get a special treat when Pastor Missi steps up and takes the pulpit. In this message, she breaks down Luke 11 to show that Ask, Seek, Knock should be applied to praying for those around us.
This week at Mizzou Chi Alpha the students take over! Once a year, the students take the lead for student lead service. This year, student body president, Sobe Anidobu, preaches on the importance of Thanksgiving by digging into Luke 7. "Thankfulness, an attitude you have or a lifestyle you live?"
This week at service we kick-off feedOne month with a special testimony and message about the importance of supporting children.
This week at Chi Alpha, staff member, Elizabeth Campbell, uses the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand to stress the importance of See the Need, Meet the Need.
This week at Mizzou Chi Alpha staff member, Angela Jarvis, continues the series of Make Your Mark by looking at the woman at the well in John 4 to address how powerful our story can be.
This week, Pastor Tom returns to the pulpit to reveal some truth bombs from Nicodemus in John 3. In this, he uncovers that we need a New Start, New Source, and a New Salvation.
Stefa Chappell - Fall Retreat Sunday Morning
Stefa Chappell - Fall Retreat Saturday Evening
Stefa Chappell - Fall Retreat Saturday Morning
This week, we take a break from the series on Make Your Mark as special guest speaker, Heath Adamson, shares his journey through Psalm 23.
This week, Pastor Tom continues to expand on our theme, Make Your Mark, by looking at 3 key points to living fully. Remain, Obey, & Sacrifice.
This week, Tom Trask looks at the passage in Mark 10 of the Rich Young Ruler to address the question, "Why Change?"
This week, Pastor Tom looks at Mark 1 to identify the significance of Jesus escaping to the wilderness to pray. By finding a place, plan, and purpose, we can make our mark through prayer.
For the first week of Chi Alpha service, Pastor Tom introduces the theme of Make Your Mark by looking at Invitation, Involvement, Identity in Chi Alpha.
For the last regular service of the semester, Angela Jarvis takes a look at how we should handle our weaknesses. She addresses three questions. 1) Are we being real about our weakness? 2) Are you being overcome by your weakness? 3) Are we allowing God to work through our weakness?
As we begin to wrap up the semester, Pastor Tom identifies that the key to standing firm is being spiritually mature. We do that through living in unity, living in peace, and being content.