Pastor Tom returns for the final message of the semester on lending a hand. He points the importance of finishing strong, and helping those around us finish strong as well.
Staff member, Elizabeth Campbell, brings the word this week by unpacking the need to be in God's presence, specifically at that point in the semester when we're tired and ready for a break.
Columbia College Student Body President, Reagan Paterson, steps in to speak during our annual student lead service. She looks at 1 Kings to show how Elijah challenges Israel to lay down false Gods and stand for truth.
Julie Hutton kicks off FeedOne month with a message about giving in our poverty.
This week, Pastor Tom returns with a message on standing up to the giants in our lives. He used the classic story of David and Goliath as a call to take charge and face our giants head on.
XAi Director, Becca Clay, shares with Chi Alpha what it means to stand with one another.
Special guest speaker, Shawn Galyen, asks the question: Do you really believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ is for everyone? Looking at Acts 10, Shawn, unpacks who our Cornelius' are, and how we should "Get up, and go downstairs."
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Staff member, Nick Santo, continues the Stand series by analyzing how we use God's gifts. He addresses that we should develop a posture to receive His gifts, and then know what to do with them after we receive them.
Fall Retreat speaker, Nii, continues on the subject of In the World, Not of the World for the evening session.
Fall Retreat speaker, Nii Abrahams, opens the weekend with an introduction in the Fall Retreat theme: In the World, Not of the World.
Pastor Tom uncovers the importance of unity in the church in the battle against darkness.
This week, Chi Alpha has a special guest, the Co-founder and President of Convoy of Hope, Hal Donaldson. He shared the life and eternity changing impact that Convoy of Hope is having all over the world. He also shared with us 3 tips that he wish knew as a 23 year old.
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.
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