Biblical Teaching Series
The Bible is living and breathing, and it just as relevant today as it was in ages gone by. Biblical series taught at North Chapel focus on issues, topics and struggles that we all face today. Select the series you desire to watch below.
Current Sermon Series
Apprentice: Walking the Way of Christ
Just as the apostles walked closely with Jesus and learned everything from Him, we, too, are called to be apprentices of Jesus. This series picks up where the series, "Matthew: The Gospel of the Kingdom," left off in the book of Matthew and teaches how to live the life that Jesus encourages all of His followers to live.
Past Sermon series
Matthew: The Gospel of the Kingdom
Ushering in a new era, the earthly ministry of Jesus changed everything. Jesus made it crystal clear that God is on our side, doing everything possible to save us. Somewhat surprisingly, Jesus selected 12 apprentices, aka disciples, with the ultimate purpose of carrying on His mission following His departure. This meant that everything, (really, everything) had to be re-centered and reset. One of the twelve chosen to record and implement this "reset" was a former tax collector-Matthew.
What in the World???
In this 3 week mini-series titled, "What in the world?", Pastor Bobby Brewer explores what is going on in the world today and the disorder that we seem to find ourselves in.
A La Carté
The A La Carte' series features a variety of guest speakers that North Chapel has had the pleasure to host, along with Pastor Bobby Brewer. Their teachings cover a multitude of topics including how to distinguish false teachers, stress management, wrestling with God, how to avoid being deceived and other topics.
The God Questions: Exploring Life's Great Questions About God
If you could ask God any question, what would it be? Would it be, "Why does a good God allow suffering?" How about, "What really happens when I die?" Or, "Do all roads or all religions lead to you?" "Is Jesus really your son?" "Is the Bible true and can I trust what it says?"
These are all great questions. In this series, we explore these questions.
The so-called "chosen people" were seemingly in decline. God seemed distant. A superpower, Babylon, had exiled them to a foreign land and left Jerusalem and the temple in ruins. For over a century and a half they were hanging on by a thread. Disturbed by both the physical and spiritual welfare of his people, Nehemiah puts feet to his prayers and begins to rebuild the glorious ruins. You can too.
Sermons by Guest Speakers
Every now and again, we feature guests from around the Valley of the Sun, throughout the United States and from around the world to speak at North Chapel of Fountain Hills. We hope you enjoy learning from these leaders of agencies, projects and churches.
New Years Sermons
In our culture, we are notorious for bringing in each New Year with a resolution, or multiple resolutions, ranging from losing weight to finding a significant other to bettering ourselves. Why not start this year off with a resolution that will actually stick?
2017: A Journey to Christmas
Over two thousand years ago, a star burst through the darkness and signaled the long-awaited, yet still unexpected birth of a Savior. Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. The True Light came into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. That world then, just like our world now, including our lives, needs the Light (Jesus) to illuminate, clarify, guide, and heal. This is the journey of following the star to Christmas—and beyond!
2016: The Gifts of Christmas
"Are you ready for Christmas?" is a popular question that we ask and are asked this time of year. Generally, it's a cordial way to make conversation about your plans or how far along you are with your shopping, decorating, Christmas cards, etc.
2000 years ago, John the Baptist paraphrased a different question: "Are you ready for Jesus?" As we spend some time on the key themes of Advent (hope, love, joy, and peace), "The Gifts of Christmas" sermon series, taught by Pastor Bobby Brewer, may cause you to see this question very differently than you ever did before.