Chad Roberts

Chad Roberts
Role: Lead Pastor

Pastor Chad is passionate about preaching. It is preaching that God has sovereingly ordained to rescue sinners leading to salvation. Preaching is not yelling. Rather, it is the careful study, thoughtful explaination and passionate proclaiming of the gospel. Preaching literally means to herald good news and that is what Pastor Chad loves to do week in and week out at PCC. Like unpacking a treasure chest of sapphires, rubies, diamonds and pearls, we love to handle the precious stones of God's Word.

Latest sermons by this teacher

Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Sep 17, 2017
Duration:47 mins 48 secs
The Bible introduces us to a man crippled for 8 years named, Aeneas. When he met Peter and the power of Jesus Christ, the BIble says that the entire town came to the Lord because of his testimony. There are many practical lessons we will learn about our own Christian life through the life of Aeneas! We know this sermon, the 23rd sermon in the Book of Acts, is going to be a great encouragement to you.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Sep 12, 2017
Duration:16 mins 21 secs
In this Tuesday Prayer Gathering, Pastor Chad explains Psalm 103:1 and what the Bible means by the phrases, "Bless the Lord", "O my Soul", and "With all that is within me." Each phrase has a special and rich meaning. Learn what it is to bless the Lord and worship Him in a Biblical way.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Sep 10, 2017
Duration:41 mins 34 secs
Luke records the discipleship process of the Apostle Paul. It began with an obscure believer in Damascus named, Ananias. Discover the truths from Acts 9 as Pastor Chad carefully takes us through each verse to show how believers today should be discipled and should take on the responsibility of discipling others.
Revive
Sun, Aug 27, 2017
Duration:45 mins 38 secs
In this Sunday morning sermon, Pastor Chad takes us verse by verse through Isaiah 58 to explain what true fasting and authentic repentance is. In Isaiah's day, God had a great deal to say to the comfortable, middle-class people who would fast and think they were honoring God, but in reality, they were seeking their own pleasure. Learn what God expects from His people and the effects of turning once again to the Lord. This sermon is pt. 1 of the REVIVE series.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Aug 22, 2017
Duration:35 mins 45 secs
In this Tuesday Prayer Gathering, Pastor Chad highlights Romans 8 and explains how we are more than conquerors. As Paul outlines, If God is for us, who can be against us? It is Christ who loved us, died for us, justified and glorifies us. How much more will, God through Christ, help us in our daily lives?
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Aug 20, 2017
Duration:35 mins 45 secs
Acts 9 records the greatest conversion to Christianity in history...the salvation of Saul of Tarsus. Pastor Chad takes us step by step through the vivid language Luke uses to describe Saul of Tarsus. He also links 2 Corinthians 4:6 to show that each believer has a Damascus Road experience in their own salvation.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Aug 15, 2017
Duration:23 mins 2 secs
In this Tuesday Night Prayer Service, Pastor Chad takes us through James 5:13-18 and teaches us how to pray in a way that prevails. He explains how there is a right way and a wrong way to pray. If we are careful, we can actually pray in a way that hinders our prayers. We hope you find this sermon very encouraging in your own praying and that it helps build your faith in an prayer answering God!
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Aug 13, 2017
Duration:39 mins 39 secs
In Pt. 9 of Power & Persecution, we study the last story of Philip mentioned in Acts. We see his obedience to go where God sent him. In the first of Acts 8, we see him in Samaria having tremendous success preaching and baptizing multitudes. All of a sudden at the end of Acts 8, God sends him to Gaza, a desert place to share the Gospel with one man. We talk about Philips obedience to go (even to a desert place) and to go from sharing the gospel to multitudes to only one person. There are many more lessons we learn from Philips life in the last sermon of chapter 8.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Aug 06, 2017
Duration:47 mins 2 secs
In Pt. 8 of our study of Power & Persecution, Pastor Chad examines the story of Simon the Sorcerer. There are many lessons we learn from this portion of Scripture. We see what the Bible says about sorcerery, magic and divination. We also see how someone like Simon can be exposed to Biblical preaching and even signs and miracles and not truly repent and be saved.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Aug 01, 2017
Duration:17 mins 33 secs
In this Tuesday Night Prayer Gathering, Pastor Chad encourages us from 2 Timothy 1:7 to not be intimidated by the Devil. If you are someone who Satan has attacked and is trying get you to doubt God's goodness and His promises, then be encouraged by this sermon, "Don't Flinch."
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Jul 30, 2017
Duration:43 mins 14 secs
Acts 8 is an important chapter in the Bible because the narrative begins to change. Up until now, it is Peter who has dominated the pages of Acts, but now we are going to begin to see others emerge, people like Philip and Paul. In Acts 8, we get a glimpse into why Paul later called himself, "The Chief of Sinners" as he ravages the church going house to house arresting Christians. But again, as our theme suggests, as the persecution increased, so did God's power. Philip goes to Samaria, fulfilling Christ's original command of Acts 1:8, and preaches Christ with great signs and wonders. The result we see is in verse 8, "And there was much joy in the city."
Topical Sermon
Sun, Jul 23, 2017
Duration:47 mins 17 secs
Christ has some wonderful things to say to the Church of Ephesus in Revelation 2. He tells them that He knows their works, their labor and that He knows they have not grown weary. In this very encouraging sermon, Pastor Chad relates Revelation 2 to the Church today as we aim to stay faithful to Christ and not grow weary.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Jul 09, 2017
Duration:1 hr 3 mins 14 secs
In Pt. 5 of Power & Persecution, Pastor Chad examines the rest of Acts 5 showing us that as God's power increased on the early church, so did persecution. In this sermon, we learn how Jesus fulfilled His promise to these early believers from Acts 1:8 that power would come upon them to be His witnesses, beginning in Jerusalem. Pastor Chad challenges us by asking if we have the power of God in our own lives to face hardships, difficult seasons and even persecution and to remain a faithful witness of Christ. He shows how the true power of God was not just in the signs and miracles, but in the fact that they were persecuted and "counted themselves worthy to suffer for the Name."
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Jul 04, 2017
Duration:27 mins 14 secs
Pastor Chad shares this encouraging message on a Tuesday Night Prayer gathering from 2 Timothy 2:19. Learn how being a part of the Church of Jesus Christ places us on a firm foundation and discover what Paul mean's when He says we are sealed by the Holy Spirit.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Jul 02, 2017
Duration:42 mins 56 secs
What was the true sin of Ananias & Saphira? When most people read their story, they seem to think their sin was withholding money from God. But Peter makes it clear that they were free to do whatever they wanted with their money. Their true sin was lying to the Holy Spirit. In this challenging sermon, Pastor Chad shows us what true hypocrisy is and how Ananias and Saphira wanted the praise and approval of man.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Duration:31 mins 2 secs
Are you fully convinced that God will do what He promised? Abraham was. The Bible says in Romans 4 that he grew stronger in faith, not weaker. In this Tuesday Night Prayer Gathering, Pastor Chad challenges and encourages us by studying Romans 4:17-25 to see how Abraham truly "believed God." Learn how to say, "Yes & Amen" to the promises of God in your life...even if it seems those promises have been delayed.
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Jun 11, 2017
Duration:1 hr 6 mins 53 secs
Koinania is an interesting word in the Bible. It literally means, "Community, to have in common." It was the highest level of fellowship experienced by the early church. In Pt. 3 of Power & Persecution, Pastor Chad shows us how the early church were together in their fellowship, together in their testimony to the city and together in their generosity. Study with us the elements that made the early church dynamic and influential in their culture, and how the principles then are still relevant today.
Prayer That Moves Mountains
Tue, Jun 06, 2017
Duration:6 mins 45 secs
In this powerful Tuesday Night Prayer Service, we discuss Biblical Intercessory Prayer. Simply put, intercessory prayer is you, God and praying on behalf of another person. Do we not all have friends, loved one's, neighbors or co-workers in need of prayer? It is our duty and delight to pray on behalf of others. Join us in studying Genesis 18-19 to see how Abraham interceded for his nephew, Lot. When God delivered Lot out of Sodom and Gomorrah, the Bible says that God, "Remembered Abraham." In other words, it was due to Abraham's faithful praying that Lot was rescued. Discover for yourself the power of intercessory prayer!
Acts:Power & Persecution
Sun, Jun 04, 2017
Duration:49 mins 19 secs
After Peter & John are threatened not to preach the gospel in public again, they immediately go to a prayer meeting. Thankfully Luke records in Acts 4 what was prayed and the results of their praying. In this sermon from the Power & Persecution Series, Pastor Chad Roberts walks us through verse by verse what an Early Church prayer gathering looked like and how we can experience the same power, grace and boldness given to these first century believers.

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