By inventing the light bulb, the phonograph, and the modern battery, Thomas Edison earned the reputation as one of America’s greatest inventors. However, if you had inspected his cluttered lab, then you would have discovered that his greatest place of success was in his greatest place of chaos! King David also thrived in chaos by inserting very an important element from music into his life called Selah!
Inspiring. Challenging. Sending.
Everyone knows about God. But that just the problem. Knowing about someone or something never really gets us to the heart of who they are. So often we stand on the edge where the talk is about religion, rules, hypocrites, and hype. The God of the universe has always responded to people who engaged him through the avenue of prayer. Here is your opportunity. I dare you to engage and be surprised by what happens when we pray bold prayers. This summer!
It does not feel right to connect power with surrender. However, that is the point. God has always operated contrary to conventional thinking. Over and over again, God seems to take great joy in taking what seems like a negative and turning it into a positive. That is what made Easter possible. Beginning with Jesus, every resurrection miracle was ignited by a powerful Good Friday Surrender. Your powerful Easter story is waiting for your total surrender. The next move is yours.
For 22 years, Capital Community Church has been blessed by God’s supernatural hand. Our church began on Easter Sunday 1996 as a church plant which was led by our senior leaders, Pastor Chester and First Lady Marion Mitchell. Year after year, mile after mile and miracle after miracle we have seen God work in the lives of people. We believe that our best stories are ahead of us and remain rooted in the God of our past. With our eyes fixed on distant horizons, we pause here and now to say thank you to God and countless heroes for our incredible story… We Remember!
Capital Community Church is pleased to host Educators Appreciation Sunday. They are the heroes among us. We call them teachers. They inspire us, stretch our imaginations and call greatness out of us.
Capital Community Church is pleased to present the Leadership Challenge Weekend. Our Senior Pastor Chester L. Mitchell will be joined by the Dynamic Pastor Akil Thompson for a time of refocusing on God’s vision for CCC and accepting the challenge of being a part of an amazing team that is excited about being a part of God’s amazing story of lives changed by the Holy Spirit.
If there is one word that gets tossed around in the culture, it is love.
Your mind is the final frontier . . . It’s a place of your wildest dreams and unending God-inspired ideas. But so often you find yourself shackled within the prison of lies, letdowns and your own limitations. 2018 could be your greatest year ever when you connect with the God who longs to fulfill those dreams and big ideas. And the journey begins when you dare to imagine.
The end of a year often finds us in a reflective and sometimes a remorseful mood. January 2017 still seems like it was a few weeks ago. However here we are in December facing a new year and yet not sure that we are up for another run. As we prepare for 2018, God seeks to use the end of a year and the coming of a new year to remind us that we still have an opportunity to finish strong and accomplish his great plan for our lives. Finish Strong!
Sometimes the best gifts are found in the most unexpected places! It is Christmas and this year we will wander again through the shopping malls and browse online with the dream of finding the ultimate gift. This Christmas could be our opportunity to take the journey and just like the wise men, discover that God has something special waiting for each of us. Majesty in the Manger!
Confront your demons, slay your giants, face down your fears and get a death grip on the negativity of your past. You were never meant to be a victim—You are an overcomer. During this series of messages, we will wrestle with some of the issues that we all face... comparison, guilt, and the fear of failure. The good news is that through Christ you are an overcomer.