Chad preaches about how Christ controls the whole Christian (heart, head and hands) and how the Christian responds with thankful obedience.
Chad preaches about how our spiritual identity in Christ and our eternal destiny compels us to put off the sinfulness of the old man and live a life marked by the righteousness of Christ.
Chad preaches about how adding legalism, asceticism, and mysticism to Christianity nullifies the sufficient person and work of Christ.
Chad preaches about how there is joy in the struggle of presenting one another holy mature in Christ.
Chad preaches about how Christ is not merely prominent, but must be preeminent.
Chad preaches about how the Christian is fueled by the power of the Gospel to be filled by truth of the Gospel and live a life fully pleasing to God.
Chad preaches about how the Christian is to live in the power of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Chad preaches about how the local church is the expression of the manifold wisdom of God. Ephesians 3:1-13
Chad preaches about how those who are strong the faith and those of sensitive conscience are called to grow together within the church . Romans 14
Chad preaches about how God’s providence in the book of Ruth is both powerful and gracious, including in the line of King David and, more importantly, King Jesus many people who were otherwise undeserving of being in the family of God. Ruth 4:17-22
Chad preaches about how God has promised to restore all those He redeems, that He will does not buy-back what He does not intend to build up. Ruth 4:11-16
Chad preaches about how Christ is our spiritual kinsman-redeemer by whom we are redeemed from a hopeless condition, into a relationship with God, by the highest price imaginable, the blood of Christ.
Chad preaches about how God does for us what Boaz did for Ruth, not only guaranteeing our future redemption, but also sustaining us, providing for our daily needs, until that glorious day.
Chad preaches about how we can confidently approach God, as long as we have been washed, anointed, and clothed “in Christ.”
Chad preaches about how only Boaz was responsible, willing, and able to do what Naomi and Ruth needed, and how he is a redeemer after the order of Christ.
Chad preaches about how God’s overwhelming kindness to us, most notably in Christ, is seen in the way Boaz lavishes his protection and provision on undeserving Ruth.
Chad preaches about the Christian responsibility, reassurance, and reason for mission.
Chad preaches about how Ruth, while technically unqualified to receive God’s covenant love and provision, is graciously provided for by God.
Chad preaches about how Naomi reconciles God’s loving-kindness with her great loss by seeing Him as both all-powerful and near to His people.
Chad preaches about how Ruth’s entrance into Judah with her mother-in-law and her abandonment of Moab is a picture of Christian repentance and proof of God’s grace.