10/9/2022: GCCC continues the theme of Momentum “Building on the Past Pressing Toward the Future” by showing us how recognizing our miracles helps us establish our God given legacies, in order to establish future generations.
9/18/2022: This message speaks to transition. Transition brings growth when you honor the past and as Pastor Bruce retires, Blake Hunt provides insight through lessons from the Bible in Joshua that honoring the past gives us hope for the future.
9/25/2022: God uses the unified to accomplish His plan. Pastor Blake lays out how GCCC’s future is dependent on what has been part of GCCC’s mission to “Share Christ, Connect People, and Serve Others”.
8/21/2022: This weekend, experience the privilege we have to approach our Lord for healing, embraced by the music of the incomparable Terry Clark. I address healing with a sermon entitled, The Prerequisite for Healing. We answer questions like, “Is it God’s will to heal all?” “If a person isn’t healed, is it because they lack faith?” And MANY more.
8/7/2022: This weekend, The Rising, our 18-26 young adult ministry conducts much of the service. Michael Beckford, its leader, launches the August sermon series, “What Does a Christian Look Like?” with a sermon entitled, “Thermostat or Thermometer?”
7/17/2022: This weekend we continue our July sermon series God & Country as we look at the power of “A United Kingdom.” In this sermon, we explore GCCC’s future as young and old join hands to advance the Kingdom and change our world.
7/23/2022: This week’s sermon continues the sermon series, God & Country, looking at “A Scattered Kingdom—Speak Life.” Despite the world in which we live, we can breathe life into our world through our speech and actions. The Bible is clear; our words scatter or unite families, countries, and churches, build up people or tear them down. As believers, let’s speak life and make a difference.