Sun, Jan 29, 2017
Duration:68 mins 6 secs
In Pt. 3 of the ACTS Series, Pastor Chad builds upon what has been taught in the first few verses of Acts 1. Namely, why Jesus spent 40 days teaching about the Kingdom of God and then tells His Disciples to wait in Jerusalem until the Holy Spirit has come upon them. As Jesus explains, once the Holy Spirit has come, they will then be empowered to be His witnesses and then Jesus gives them the plan for His Kingdom...Jerusalem, all of Judea, Samaria and ultimately to the ends of the earth.
Sun, Jan 22, 2017
Duration:41 mins 35 secs
Can you imagine how excited the disciples were to spread the gospel about Christ's resurrection? Instead of immediately sending them out, Jesus tells them to wait until the Holy Spirit has come upon them. The Lord will often do the same in our lives. There are times when we think we are ready for the next challenge or assignment in life, but the often, the Lord commands us to wait. Why does the Bible command us to wait upon the Lord? In pt. 2 of our Acts Series, Pastor Chad shows the link between seeking God and obeying God. Learn what it means to wait before the Lord.
Sun, Jan 15, 2017
Duration:52 mins 22 secs
Why did Jesus spend His last 40 days with the disciples talking about the Kingdom of God? Why would He not have talked mostly about the Church or about evangelism? Could it be that the Bible emphasizes the Kingdom more than the Church because the Kingdom of God is of greater priority? In this sermon, learn how to define what the Kingdom of God is and why Jesus taught us to seek it first in our lives.
Sun, Dec 18, 2016
Duration:41 mins 36 secs
Habakkuk teaches us how to respond to the Lord when we do not understand what He is doing or allowing in our lives. We have seen in chapters 1 and 2 how Habakkuk has struggled with the answer God has given him. Now we see the conclusion of his book and how he learned to trust God's wisdom and lean on His sovereignty. Habakkuk 3 teaches us how to sing to the Lord, even in seasons of difficulty and devastation.
Sun, Dec 11, 2016
Duration:41 mins 44 secs
What do you do when God answers your prayer in a way that you did not expect or even desire? When God told Habakkuk in chapter 1 how He was going to raise up the Chaldeans to capture Israel, Habakkuk was devastated. He could not reconcile God's actions with God's character. Have you ever been there? Have you been in situations where you knew God could have intervened or changed His mind, but He didn't? In Pt. 2 of our study on Habakkuk, Pastor Chad walks us through how Habakkuk responded to God in a sermon called, "Watching & Waiting."
Sun, Dec 04, 2016
Duration:49 mins 58 secs
Habakkuk is an Old Testament Prophet, whose name means, "To Embrace." The Book of Habakkuk teaches us how to embrace the Sovereignty and wisdom of God. Habakkuk is a comforting book because it is a dialogue between God and man. Habakkuk has complaints against the Lord and he asks God hard questions. Questions that most of us ask along the road to spiritual maturity. Habakkuk asks the Lord how He can be just yet allow injustice? How can he be silent when Habakkuk is crying out to Him? How can God have pure eyes yet look at evil? These are questions people are still asking today and we find the answers in the 3 short chapters of Habakkuk. It is a special book and we are glad you are beginning this journey with us in Habakkuk 1 entitled, "Wonder & Worry."
Topical Sermon
Sun, Nov 27, 2016
Duration:46 mins 34 secs
What did Paul mean when he wrote, "Treasure in Jars of Clay"? Pastor Chad walks us through this rich portion of Scripture and gives the meaning of each phrase. You know, there is a great difference in reading the Bible and studying the Bible. We are glad that you are studying 2 Corinthians 4 with us!
Tue, Nov 22, 2016
Duration:47 mins 14 secs
In Week 3 of Thankful, we discuss how a Christian can be thankful in any situation life gives us. "Give Thanks" is the third command in a chain of life-changing, personality-altering commands Paul gives to believers. Pastor Chad walks us through the natural progression of the commands. If we learn to rejoice always and we can understand what it means to pray without ceasing, then gratitude is going to flow out of our hearts and lives.
Sun, Nov 13, 2016
Duration:41 mins 13 secs
When the Bible says, "Rejoice Always" and "Pray Continually", those are actually commands, not suggestions. But is it really possible to fulfill these commands? In Week 2 of Thankful, Pastor Chad examines 1 Thessalonians 5:16-17 and answers the questions of how do we rejoice in every circumstance and how to do we live in a constant state of prayer? It is possible because we have the help of the Holy Spirit!
Sun, Nov 06, 2016
Duration:3 mins 50 secs
Rick Keller speaks in week one of a new series called, Thankful. His topic is worship. For churches like PCC, it is easy for worship to become entertainment driven, but that is not Biblical worship. Listen carefully as Rick teaches from the Bible on how to discover what worship looks like.
Topical Sermon
Sun, Oct 30, 2016
Duration:5 mins 16 secs
When the men of 2 Kings 6 lost a borrowed axe head, it halted the work they were doing. Their progress had to stop. The man of God, Elisha, asked them, "where did it fall?" When they showed him, he threw a stick in the Jordan River and that act of obedience caused the iron axe head to float. In this sermon, Pastor Chad challenges us with the same question, "Where did you lose it?" Where did your spiritual growth stop? Where did your growth come to a halt? He then shows us how obedience can cause God to begin to work in our lives again. We hope you find this sermon encouraging in your walk with Christ.
Burning In My Soul
Sun, Oct 23, 2016
Duration:26 mins 45 secs
1 Samuel 7 is a fascinating chapter. Samuel has led Israel back to the Lord and while they are gathered at Mizpah, praying and fasting, their enemies, the Philistines, heard they had gathered and came to attack them. Rather than running, Israel prayed all the more and cried out to the Lord. The Bible says in 1 Samuel 7 that God brought a supernatural victory for Israel that day. In week 3 of Burning in my Soul, Pastor Chad shows how Satan will attack our lives when we get serious about God. When those times, just like Israel, we are not to run or hide. We are to gather and pray all the more.
Burning In My Soul
Sun, Oct 16, 2016
Duration:36 mins 43 secs
In Pt. 2 of Burning in my Soul, Pastor Chad walks us through 1 Samuel 3 when the Lord spoke to Samuel,. At first, he thought it was Eli calling him. The Bible says that Samuel did not yet know the Lord. Learn how to recognize God's voice and gain spiritual truths from 1 Samuel 3.
Burning In My Soul
Sun, Oct 09, 2016
Duration:48 mins 32 secs
If someone asked you to define what God's presence is, how would you answer them? God's presence can be difficult to define. In Pt. 1 of Burning in my Soul, Pastor Chad helps us understand God's presence and how to pinpoint if God's presence is real in our lives and in our homes.3.
Topical Sermon
Sun, Oct 02, 2016
Duration:54 mins 37 secs
Pastor Bob Howerton leads us in the first Sunday of October in a sermon on the busyness of life. Learn from the story of Mary and Martha from the Gospels on how to avoid the trap of being to busy and not sitting at Jesus' feet.
City On A Hill
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
Duration:59 mins 23 secs
In Pt.4 of City On A Hill, Pastor Chad walks us through Acts 3 and 4 to show the boldness of the early church in the healing of the Lame Man by the Beautiful Gate. Learn how the early church did not pray for protection, but instead prayed for greater boldness. Learn how the Holy Spirit makes all the difference in the way we share our faith and how we are to be looking those who are lame because of sin.
City On A Hill
Sun, Sep 18, 2016
Duration:30 mins 33 secs
In week 3 of City On A Hill, Pastor Chad explores Mark 10 in the story of Blind Bartimaeus. When he began to cry out for Jesus, the crowd tried to silence him. Mark records that he cried out all the more! When Jesus called for him and restored his eye sight, He told Bartimaeus to go his way, but Mark says, that Bartimaeus followed Jesus along the way! Pastor Chad explains how we cannot worry what others think about us...even when people try to silence our faith or our hope in God. When the Lord touches our life, we learn from Blind Bartimaeus how we should follow Christ and not go our own way. Many Christians today, even though God has changed their lives, are following their own way, their own ambitions and desires in life, rather than following Jesus.
City On A Hill
Sun, Sep 11, 2016
Duration:35 mins 49 secs
In week 2 of City On A Hill, Phil Goins, who is the PCC Outreach Pastor, led us in a sermon called, Unashamed Worship. Learn what true, authentic worship looks like from John 4.

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