Chico Church Of Christ



This is the weekly sermon of the Chico Church of Christ in Chico, CA. "Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds..." (Romans 12:2)


  • Divine Workings in Ordinary Life


    This week's sermon examines the importance ofloyalty and how that loyalty leads to divine pathways. That is, when we are loyal to God (who is loyal to us), we have the privilege of participating in his divine will. Do you want to? Find out how Ruth's loyalty to Naomi and God led to our salvation in Jesus Christ.

  • The Importance of Memorial


    In this week's sermon we will examin the importance of remembering our God and Father, the one who gives the freedom so many die for. Study with us in Judges chapter 9 as we see how forgetting God can lead to disillusionment and destruction.

  • Broken but Not Beaten


    This week's sermon examines Psalm 51 and the posture of one who has realized their own brokenness, but also realizes the power of God that can heal and transform them.

  • The Circumstance of a Mother


    This week’s sermon examines the life of Rahab. Although she may be an unlikely candidate for a mother’s day focus, Rahab is a great example of God working through the most difficult of circumstances in order to use a person to take part in His great work. Study with us in Joshua 2 as we discover Belief, Faith, Confession and Forgiveness.

  • Ready and Waiting


    Be Ready! This week's sermon examines the importance ofbeing prepared, not only in relation to our dailylives but also in relation to our eternal lives as well. Study with us in Luke 12.

  • Loving God


    God asks us to obey him - what does that mean and how do we do it. This weeks study in Deuteronomy 6:4-9 examines the direct correlation between our love for God and our obedience to him. Full obedience can only be accomplished through a TRUE LOVE for God.

  • Fighting Against God


    Discover with us, through a story of a talking donkey, how God has given us 'free will'; but he will fight for us anyway. Numbers 22:21-41

  • Building Identity


    Through Luke 5:1-11, we will examine teh idea of how our human identity is built through the divine identity of Jesus Christ.

  • Our Hope is in God


    Follow along with us in Leviticus 26:40-45 as we explore the Loyalty of God. Our relationship with God is a two way street; but regardless of our unfaithfulness and blindness, God is loyal to his people and promises. Our response should be confession, repentence and divine loyalty. Divine Loyalty Transcends Human Disobedience. AMEN...

  • What's Next


    Today as we read in Mark15-16, the women have come to the tomb to find it empty. Is this the end of the story? What's next? Jesus is Risen, He is Risen indeed!! Oh what glory, what hope!!

  • The House of the Lord - Is it really the building?


    Walk through the scripture with us to explore what is meant by the House of the Lord - what is the Sanctuary. 1 Corinthians 3:16-17, Ephesians 2: 19-22, 1 Peter 2:4-5 and more.

  • Looking for a Sign


    This week's sermon reminds us that those who put their failth in Jesus experience the miraculous power of God. Read Mark 8:1-13 to see Jesus's Compassion, Provison and Admonition.

  • The Exodus


    This week's sermon focuses on God's eternal provision and His idea of deliverance.

  • Wisdom without Knowledge


    Take a look at the book of Job with us. The message of this book is the omnipotence of God. Praise Him!!!

  • The Power of Service


    This week's sermon focuses on Jesus' idea of what service not only looks like, but what it actually does for those who believe! Join us in a study of Matthew 20:20-34 as we see that the worldly view of things often contradicts with the heavenly view.

  • Moving Mountains


    This week's sermon focuses on teh power of faith; particularly, God's ability to work wonders through those who believe in Jesus and are faithful. This will remind you that we most likely create our own problems, but Jesus holds the Solution. Have faith and get out of the way and see what happens.

  • Power Over Nature - Power over Nurture


    This week we will focus on the Power of Jesus - the one we follow - which has the ability to change people's lives, both internally and externally. Two stories in Matthew 8:23-34 show us how Jesus' authority and presence changes everything.

  • A Tale of Two Brothers


    Our first step on our walk through the Bible this year is A Tale of Two Brothers. In the story of Cain and Abel we will focus on how one's sense of personal responsibility ultimately affects spiritual formation. We will all experience Conflict, how we manuever through the choices and the consequences will help us to build our character, faith and relationships.

  • A Year of Building


    Our focus in 2016 is going to be growing the church - individually and corporately. This week we will explore the idea of building on a foundation of Christ. The Word of God will lay that foundation and it can build in us. Study with us Ephesians 2:21-22 and check out our website, under resources, to find a daily reading schedule that will aid us in our goal of building.

  • Word for the Body


    Study in Ephesians 4 with us as we examine the Pauline notion of Stability and Growth in Jesus.

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