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.
Special guest speaker, Rev Tom Trask, shares with Chi Alpha the importance of facing our battles head on by learning from David's battle with Goliath.
This week, staff member, Kyle Melton, looks at the general & specific responsibilities outlined in the Great Commission.
This week, Pastor Tom continues in Daniel with chapter 6. He addresses God wants us to live a full life, free of regret by analyzing the factors to bad decisions, and the "C's of commitment."
Tom returns to the stage to pick back up on the series in Daniel. Using Daniel 5, Tom identifies how sin makes us stupid.
Sometimes meaning in the original Biblical text is lost in translation from Hebrew or Greek to English. The word 'praise' is a great example of this. This week, the XA Worship Team teaches us about 7 different Hebrew words translated as praise in English and the deeper meaning behind them.
This week, Morgan Spratt, takes a look at 2 Corinthians 4 to show us how in life we are always battling something, requiring us to develop and perfect our fighting stance.
This week, Pastor Tom unpacks Daniel 4 by addressing the root of all sin... Pride. King Nebuchadnezzar's pride lead him to much despair, though we begin to see it lead him to surrender to Jesus.
This week, Tom & Missi Trask tackle the topic of relationships and healthy dating.
This week Pastor Tom continues in Daniel by looking at the classic story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. Through this story he identifies how the trio didn't compromise their faith, but instead walked through the fire, praising Him even in the testing.
Pastor Tom continues the series in Daniel by looking at his keys to success. Excel in Godly Gifts, Behave with Class, Be a Part of a Small Group, Prayer, & Praise.
For the first week back from winter break, Pastor Tom Trask begins a books series in Daniel for the upcoming weeks. He analyzes Daniel's ability to stand firm on the battle within.
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.