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Podcast with Francis Chan, best-selling author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, Multiply, You and Me Forever and Letters to the Church, and most recently Until Unity. For more resources from Crazy Love Ministries or to support the work of Crazy Love please visit our website at crazylove.org

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Podcast with Francis Chan, best-selling author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, Multiply, You and Me Forever and Letters to the Church, and most recently Until Unity. For more resources from Crazy Love Ministries or to support the work of Crazy Love please visit our website at crazylove.org

    The Unity of Communion | Francis Chan

    The Unity of Communion | Francis Chan

    When you think about “church”, how do you imagine it looking like? What do you actually believe about “church” and the body of Christ? Have you ever thought about how you’ve reached those conclusions? Is it based on what you were taught or maybe your own prior experiences? Or is it founded on what we see in the Word of God? In this week's episode, Pastor Francis Chan challenges the Church to not settle for an unsatisfying imitation of the real thing, but rather to pursue unity and Christ's vision for his bride. This message was from the We Are Church gathering at the FOX Theatre on October 17. 

    • 49 min
    The Intimacy of Communion | Francis Chan

    The Intimacy of Communion | Francis Chan

    There is a deep intimacy that takes place when we come together, in unity, at the Lord's table. God's desire is to commune with His Body, not just a collection of individuals. When we put aside our differences and join together to receive the Body and the Blood, something very special occurs.

    • 43 min
    The Sacredness of Communion | Francis Chan

    The Sacredness of Communion | Francis Chan

    For many Christians, the sacredness, holiness, and presence of God is thought to be more intense in the Old Testament compared to how one might assume God is in the New Testament. In this weeks episode, Pastor Francis Chan confronts this misconception as he continues on the topic of Communion. We learn that we have greater access to the power and presence of God today by our participation and partaking of the “Lord’s Supper”. He explains how we desperately need the Church body to come together for the institution of this holy sacrament. This message was from the We Are Church gathering at the Fox Theatre on October 3rd.

    • 56 min
    The Centrality of Communion | Francis Chan

    The Centrality of Communion | Francis Chan

    For the early church, communion was the main reason to gather. Pastor Francis Chan speaks on the importance and the power that takes place when we partake in the Lord’s supper. Our hope and prayer is that communion would no longer be an afterthought in the church, but the presence of Christ and the breaking of bread would be central.

    • 54 min
    Rethinking Church

    Rethinking Church

    Francis Chan shares at the Rethinking Church | Rethinking Mission conference at McLean Bible Church on Oct. 12, 2018. In one of his most powerful sermons on the church, Francis talks about the nonnegotiable aspects of the church according to Scripture and what it means for the modern church.

    • 52 min
    We Are Church - Church Together, January 3, 2016

    We Are Church - Church Together, January 3, 2016

    We Are Church - Church Together, January 3, 2016 by Francis Chan

    • 33 min

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Love Francis Chan

I love Francis Chan’s raw passion for the LORD! Thanks for putting some of his sermons in this format!

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Pastor you are amazing. Your words have helped me so much. I hope you’ll be back soon

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I’m so blessed to have found Francis Chan in a time of struggle in my life. He’s helped me grow closer to God because of his messages, books and YouTube videos. His love for God is so beautiful and that’s what I want also.

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