Category: Updates from Pastor Chris

New series begins this weekend!

Are you ready for miracles, Promisors? This weekend we begin our Heart for the Harvest season, where we prepare for New Rivers and New Roads of God’s provision in our lives, restoration in our relationships, and healing in our families. During this season (October 22-November 11), I invite you, your family, and your group to […]

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New things beginning THIS weekend!

Get ready for a fresh filling, Promisors! God is on the move, and At the Movies was only the beginning. We hosted many new families, achieved new attendance records, and most importantly, witnessed more than one hundred salvations and baptisms across our campuses in August! This weekend, we step into the Empty Spaces of fear and […]

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At the Movies is Here!

Welcome back, Promisors! It’s back to school and back to the movies at Faith Promise as we kick off the fall season! Throughout August, we will once again combine faith and film to challenge everyone to encounter Jesus in a whole new way. So, make sure to invite everyone you know to join us at […]

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New Series Begins This Weekend!

Summer is here, Promisors! Any strong structure needs a strong foundation. At Faith Promise Church our foundation is built on six core values. 1. We Put God First 2. We Tell Them of Him 3. We Grow Together 4. We Serve Others 5. We Give Generously 6. We Elevate Others Throughout the summer our new […]

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Let’s blast off into May!

Wow! Promisors across all our locations have moved from the cubicle of comparison into the corner office of contentment and hundreds committed to take their next step on the Generosity journey and Get In on Generosity! Way to Live Like a Boss, Promisors! This last month also saw milestone attendance at our God Behind Bars […]

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April Update from Pastor Chris

Way to go Promisors! God is definitely doing something new in the life of Faith Promise. As March ended and April began, we experienced one of the best Easter weekends in our history with with over 17,000 people across all our campuses, leading to 163 baptisms (and still counting), and untold more lives affected in […]

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