In this current multi-month series at Chancellor Park Community Church, Pastor Rodney Cripps teaches on the “Statement of Faith” the church believes and what it means to us. What we believe is foundational to how we respond, act, and do for the Kingdom of God in His plan of discipleship.
Both Nat Stafford & Hayden Walsh serve as Associate Pastors of Chancellor Park Community Church and are active in ministry on the Sunshine Coast.
Listen to multiple teachers who help believers give a defense for the hope we have based upon Scripture. The area of Apologetics addresses topics of world religion, philosophy, cults, and much more from leading teachers throughout the world such as Dr. Kenneth Boa, Dr. Richard G. Howe, the late Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer, the late […]
This series tackles some of the challenges presented in the world today regarding salvation as a free gift from Jesus Christ. These gifted speakers will address eternal security, the desired response for eternal life, assurance, and the idea of a free gift.
The book of Jonah is an exciting book of action, failure, redemption, failure, redemption, failure and God’s grace. Recorded at GraceLife Church of Pineville in the United States, Pastor Rodney goes through this book verse by verse and passage by passage in a quick and clear way. Learn more about Chancellor Park Community Church where […]
Walk through this great book of the faith that encourages young believers to keep their eyes fixed on Christ with an Eternal Perspective on the things above. The church in Thessalonica was worried that they had missed the second coming of Christ and had lost hope. Get your hope back and be encouraged by the […]
The cross meant that Jesus failed by most of the world’s definitions of success. But reading the seven statements He made from the cross we see how perfectly the cross guaranteed true freedom, and how perfectly Jesus’s final words met our final needs.
In his final days, an old prophet visited three places by design. Looking at the message of these final moves we see they are deeper than the surface of the map on which they took place. Each represented a direction that we would also benefit from taking.
It’s sadly rare to see refreshment listed as a church’s purpose when you look at mission statements or read books on the church’s calling. But reading the Book that started it all, we can’t miss that this inner need for refreshment, planted deep within us, ought to be met by church. Here’s how…
In this message we learn how a community can work and grow together by strengthening their arms (for reaching out), their minds and hearts (for lessening anxiety), and their legs (for walking the talk).