Currently, we are holding socially-distanced worship services at 10am every Sunday.  As soon as the COVID-19 danger has passed, our plan is to resume normal worship services as quickly as possible.  Please watch this banner, as well as our FaceBook page, for more information as it develops.  To reach us directly, please email us and one of the elders or deacons will get back with you as quickly as possible (contact information is below).

 

************* ATTENTION *************

Effective 22 November, The Church at Chantilly will begin worshipping at 5 Arden Road, Montgomery AL.  Our new schedule will begin with 9:30 bible study and 10:30 worship.  On December 6th, we will resume evening worship services at 5:00pm.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at the information below.

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The Daring Life

Let’s dare to become like them, heroes of the faith. The people around us, those who intuitively know they “need a hero” will look to us, and see and hear of Christ. Born again, they will rejoice in joining us in this daring life....

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True Abundant Life

Our witness is a primary means God will use to win his children to the true gospel (Rom 10:13-17). Our wit-ness, then, is a vital starting point for people to experience the true fruit of Christ’ abundant life, the one that yields an eternal weight of blessed joyful glory....

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The Good Fight

Unless we return to this fight (witnessing), one of these doomsayers is gonna be right and the sky is going to fall on us. Unless we return to training for this fight (discipleship), we will keep fighting the wrong bat-tles, with each other and the world. Unless we return to going to the arena to cheer on our Champion Jesus (worship), we will shout ourselves voiceless in a...

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Now Is Our Time

Now, more than ever, we need to fall down before God and plead his mercy on us. We need to be wary of falling into the various us-vs-them traps Satan uses when God’s people begin to observe something is stink-ing up the Church. We need to plead for our own humility, looking for where we might be guilty of devalu-ing, defacing, or detracting from the gospel of Christ. And...

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Never Going to Our Neighbor

Let us repent of how easily we get incensed at cultural offenses, while the name of our Savior is mocked day and night without a murmur from us! Let us repent of caring more about someone respecting our opinion than repenting of their sins before the King who will judge them and send them to hell. Let us repent of posting even a handful of things about the events of the da...

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Leviathan’s Thralls

America’s right to “free speech” is enshrined in the idea of the open public square, where anyone is allowed to set up their soap-box and bellow out the message they think their fellow citizens need to heed. With this SCOTUS decision, the soap box has been forcibly removed, and replaced with a guillotine. Mark these words and watch as what are now only implication-pr...

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A Blessed Burden

Our flesh will repeatedly leap up and cry against assuming this burden. Yet, as we consider the Bible’s teaching on this, the Spirit will shut up our flesh and strengthen our faith. Then we will see and believe that the Great Commission is a blessed burden. Let us be eager to pray for this conviction. The joyful glory of God in both our lives and theirs assuredly awaits....

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The Wanderer’s Hope

This is what the Millennial-none needs: a believer, secure in a Spirit-born faith, to trust God and take the gospel to them. Yes, skepticism will be wide and deep in the Millennial-none’s life. Yet the Spirit who gives true new life will cause our light, Jesus himself, to shine in our words and ways. He will lead them to a faith that ends both their slavery and their wan...

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A Favorable Fear

If a fear causes you to pause before leaping into danger, or prompts you to run away from destruction, that fear is eminently a good thing. Such is the fear of God that leads to wisdom....

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What the Nominal is Missing

In sum, nominal Christians are missing the two vital parts of the gospel. They are missing the Bible’s expla-nation of the reason for what ails them: they’ve got hearts that are dead toward their Creator. They are also missing the Bible’s full promise that through Jesus their dead heart is excised and a new alive-unto-God heart is spiritually transplanted in! This is...

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