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Christ Community Chapel is located in Hudson, Ohio. With campuses in Hudson, Aurora, and Highland Square, Ohio, we exist to see people come to know Jesus, grow in him, and serve him daily.
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We desire to see a movement of God in Northeast Ohio, and as we study Acts, we see that starts with personal evangelism. We know we will never be successful in our mission of making disciples if we don't talk about Jesus with other people. But where do we start? Tune in as Pastor Zach shares from Acts 2 on why every person is called to have gospel conversations that are simple, biblical, relevant, and challenging.
This week, Pastor Zach shared how at the center of every movement is a person who truly believes. If we want to see a movement of God, it begins with you living out your faith in a way that brings others in. Tune in as he shares how movements begin, die, and last.
In the book of Acts, we learn just how seriously the apostles took the mission and what can happen when people hear, believe, and respond to the gospel. The question we are left with is, “How can we make a similar impact today?”
Reimagine - Everywhere

Reimagine - Everywhere

2020-09-2828:41

Today, we finish our three-week sermon series introducing CCC's new vision for accomplishing the mission Jesus gave us: To make disciples of every nation. In past weeks, we have focused on spreading the gospel locally. This week, Pastor Joe explains how we can make an impact on an international level, striving to donate $30 million to global missions over the next 30 years. Hear how our giving has made an impact in the past and what we'll seek to achieve for God in the decades to come.
This week, we continue diving into CCC’s recently unveiled 30-year vision for bringing the good news of Christ to the world around us. Pastor Joe explains Part 2 of the vision—our goal to plant 60 gospel-teaching churches on Northeast Ohio. Today, we celebrate the first two of those church plants, Story Church in Mayfield Heights and Wingfoot Church in Goodyear Heights, already holding their first services! Find out how our Orchard NEO team helped these churches get started, and how they are preparing to launch the next 58 church plants in our region.
Reimagine – Everyone

Reimagine – Everyone

2020-09-1330:44

CCC has existed for 39 years as a place for people to come to know Jesus, grow in their personal relationships with him, and find their place serving him. While we’ve grown significantly since we first opened our doors, our dedication to that core mission has never changed. Over time, we have rallied around annual themes that challenge us to grow spiritually and better love those around us. We have started campuses and seen them become independent. We have begun church planting through Orchard NEO. Now, we have been prayerfully considering the right long-term vision for our church, and we’re ready to unveil that vision to guide us for the next 30 years. This week, hear Pastor Joe explain not only what’s next for the church, but how it connects to what’s next for you, too.
In 1 John 2:15-17, we are warned against loving the world and the things in it, as the "world and its desires pass away." But what does that actually mean? Aren't we supposed to care for the world we live in and the people who inhabit it? Are we supposed to seclude ourselves from the world to avoid loving what's around us more than God? It's a confusing verse on the surface, but as Pastor Joe explains, the real message is about keeping our focus on serving God's kingdom rather than serving ourselves or desiring what's around us. Tune in this week to hear our latest reminder of how deeply God loves us, and how that love can be truly life-changing.
We are all children of God, as 1 John 3:1-3 tells us, for all who have hope in Jesus have his purity transferred onto themselves, receiving God's blessings. It's great news, as it means we receive a love we could never earn purely by the grace of God and the actions of Jesus. So the question is: Are you living as a child of God? Are you finding yourself drawn towards following God and flourishing as the person he made you to be, or are you trying to earn his love or acting like you deserve his blessings? This week, Pastor Joe explains what it means to not only recognize a love that is freely given, but respond as it calls and transforms us.
God looked at us, each and every one of us, at our worst and even then thought we were so lovable and so worth it that he gave his own Son for us. We are loved by a father who has seen us in our lowest moments, who has known the depth of every sin and the weaknesses of our hearts, and still says we are worth dying for. This weekend, Pastor Zach reminded us to grab hold of the love of Christ and lean further into trusting him. He challenged us in that if the love of God is not radiating from us, we may be missing it altogether. Wherever you find yourself, know that you are personally known and fully loved by the God of the universe, and that he invites you to let his love change you and your circumstances today.
Why does it sometimes appear that people have it together? Why do we try so hard to do things on our own? It’s because we’re deceived. Deep down, all of us fail to see the depth of our sinfulness and desperation for Jesus—and we don’t run to him to be our Savior as a result. This weekend, Pastor Joe reminded us that we desperately need Jesus—every moment of our lives. We are not as good as we think we are. But there’s good news. When we realize how desperately we need a Savior—and that Jesus bought our forgiveness on the cross—we can fully abandon the idea that we can do it alone, and run to Jesus, our advocate, and receive grace and forgiveness for our sins.
We often think that a relationship with Jesus equates to just knowing about him, but when we come to know Jesus—to really know him—we experience fullness of joy and real relationship with God. Everything changes when we come face to face with our good Father. And thankfully, we can know God fully and personally because of Jesus Christ. This weekend, we kicked off our Letter of Love message series in 1 John 1: 1–4.
This weekend, we wrapped up our All In message series with All In For Jesus. Pastor Joe gave us some good news, some bad news, and some big news from Matthew 5. The things of this world—relationships, friendships, lives—all pull apart from each other and God when they are left alone. But we are reminded of the good news: Jesus brought the salt that the world so desperately needs to preserve those relationships and the light to bring truth and love. We do not have a God who is a cosmic killjoy, but a God who loves us, pursues us, waits for us, and gives us Jesus.
This weekend, Pastor Joe taught us about being all in with each other and reminded us of our critical need not only for God, but also for each other—we have a deep need for belonging and in that need, God gave us a way to recognize where we belong.
All In – With Jesus

All In – With Jesus

2020-07-0529:14

In this week's message, ALL IN: With Jesus, we read Mark 4:35-41 as we learn something unique about storms, something amazing about Jesus, and what it looks like to traverse storms with Jesus.
Jesus Christ sees you, knows the real you, and has opened his arms wide on the cross to receive you and love you. This weekend, we finished our series on Famous Stories of Love in John 1 with the story of Jesus calling Nathaniel. We were reminded that we cannot love God or others if we are not first loved by him, but that in Jesus Christ we are fully known and fully loved—our true fullness and acceptance comes from no other place than him. If there was ever a time to talk more, live more, be more about love, now is the time.
Sometimes in the middle of a story, it’s easy to doubt that God loves us. We often think that God’s love should fit into our timing and plans, but God knows exactly what we need, and our hard seasons are just the middle of the story. This weekend, Pastor Joe continued our message series with the story of Lazarus in John 11 and reminded us that whatever we go through, if we know Jesus, it’s the middle of the story. Your story ends well because you are part of the greatest story ever.
This weekend, Pastor Zach gave a new perspective on God’s love through the story of the Rich Young Ruler in Mark 10. In our culture, love is often synonymous with affirmation. Yet, we are reminded in Jesus that real love is about someone caring enough to tell us the truth, and to risk whatever it takes to speak honestly. God invites us to see that his love is enough to tell you the truth and to risk what it takes. His love enables you to trust him, even when what he says is difficult to hear. His love reminds us that nothing is impossible with God.
This weekend, Pastor Zach continued our series on Famous Stories of Love with the story of Jesus Healing a Paralytic in Mark 2. We learned how we often try and define what it means for God to love us, that if he loved us, he would give us what we want. But God's love is so much greater than we can comprehend and he gives us the best gift: forgiveness for our sins. May this message help you reflect on the generous love of God and remind you that he loves us too much to give us too little.
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