Video Speaker: Pastor Ellis White

Handling Money and Possessions | Acts 4:32-5:11 | Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

πŸ“–βž‘οΈπŸ“œ Continuing our series through Acts! Today, we finish chapter 4 and start chapter 5. Grab your Bibles. We’ll explore how the early church handled money and possessions. πŸ πŸ’° Acts 4:32-35: “Believers shared everything, helping those in need. Apostles testified to Jesus’ resurrection with great power.” Our passage today provides 3 keys to handling money […]

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What To Do When You’re Wrong | Acts 2:37-39 | Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

πŸ“–πŸ™ Today’s sermon delved into Acts, reflecting on Peter’s impactful sermon at Pentecost. The people, realizing they were wrong about Jesus, asked what to do next. Peter emphasized the importance of repentance (a U-turn toward God) and receiving the Holy Spirit’s transformative power. This isn’t a one-time event but a daily needβ€”continuously repenting and receiving […]

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How Do You Hear From God? | Acts 1:12-26 | Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

πŸ•ŠοΈπŸ“– Following Jesus’ ascension, the apostles returned to Jerusalem and gathered in the upper room. They prepared for Pentecost and awaited the promised Holy Spirit. The absence of Judas raised the need for a replacement. Peter emphasized the importance of Scripture, showing it as authored by both humans and the Holy Spirit. He quoted Psalms […]

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Why Did Jesus Die? | Luke 23:44-56 | Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

🌟 Summary: The passage from Luke describes Jesus’ crucifixion and the significant events that followed, including the tearing of the temple curtain. This symbolized the removal of barriers between God and humanity, made possible by Jesus’ perfect sacrifice. The narrative highlights the response of Joseph of Arimathea, who sacrificed his reputation and resources to honor […]

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Standing for Our Lord | Luke 22:31-34, 54-62 | Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

πŸ“œ Pastor Ellis discusses the shifting perception of Christians in society and explores the story of Peter’s denial of Jesus during his arrest. The spiritual battle, forewarned by Jesus, involves Satan’s attempt to sift the disciples. Despite Peter’s denials, Jesus had prayed for his faith not to fail. Peter experiences a low point but later […]

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Hope in the Face of Devastation l Luke 21:5-24 l Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

πŸ›οΈβœοΈ The passage reflects on the destruction of Jerusalem’s Temple in AD 70, symbolizing the end of an era. Despite the devastation, there’s a message of hope – a new, glorious way through Jesus, the New Temple. The narrative emphasizes the significance of the Temple as God’s dwelling place and introduces the concept of Jesus […]

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Accountability in Money Management l Luke 19:11-27 l Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

A nobleman (Jesus) goes to receive a kingdom. He gives servants minas (money) to engage in business. The citizens oppose him, and Jesus shifts our vision from opposition to opportunity. The servants risk engaging with the opposition. The first gains ten minas, the second five. Jesus shifts our role from fruitfulness to faithfulness. The master […]

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