Current Sermons

This verse by verse and passage by passage study began in January 2021 and explores the letter Paul wrote to the church in Philippi.  Learn how Paul can encourage us to have ‘joy in serving Christ’ even while he is in prison!

Other Sermons

Messianic Prophecies is a 5-week series that explores prophecies of the coming Messiah in the Old Testament and how they are fulfilled in Jesus Christ in the New Testament. 

This is a 8 week mini-series through highlights in the book of Acts  will be used as a guideline for Chancellor Church as we explore our own mission/vision/purpose/ and strategic plan for the future.

Listen to multiple teachers who help believers give a defense for the hope we have based upon Scripture. The area of Apologetics addresses topics of world religion, philosophy, cults, and much more from leading teachers throughout the world such as Dr. Kenneth Boa, Dr. Richard G. Howe, the late Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer, the late Dr. Norman Geisler, the late Dr. Earl Radmacher, and many more.

In this multi-month series at Chancellor Church, Pastor Rodney Cripps teaches on the Church’s “Statement of Faith”, and what it means to us.  What we believe is foundational to how we respond, act, and do for the Kingdom of God in His plan of discipleship.  This series started in October 2019 and was finished in February 2020.

Hayden is the Associate Pastor and directly oversees the ministry areas of Families & Young Adults at Chancellor Church.

Graham Kell is the founding pastor of Chancellor Church on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Founded in 1998, Graham led the church until September 2019, but remains an active member of the church and is a counsellor in the area.

This series tackles some of the challenges presented in the world today regarding salvation as a free gift from Jesus Christ.  These gifted speakers will address eternal security, the desired response for eternal life, assurance, and the idea of a free gift.
Various messages from a variety of speakers on New Testament passages of Scripture.

These messages highlight a fifteen week series on the small book of Jude that only has 25 verses. The theme of Jude is, “Beware of Terrorist Attacks.” Taught at Chancellor Park Community Church in Queensland, Australia beginning in May 2020.

This four-week study focused on the Nehemiah 1-6 and the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem. Through it we see the character qualities of a Godly leader, how to evaluate a situation, how do create a strategic plan, and how to finish a project.

This five-week study explores the personal letter to Philemon from the Apostle Paul in a verse by verse and passage by passage method. Taught at Chancellor Church in Queensland, Australia by Rodney Cripps in March 2020.