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Fellowship Chicago is committed to sharing and showing the gospel of Jesus Christ through acts of love and generosity. Join Pastor Reginald W Sharpe Jr. as he leads us on our journey accompanied by the word of GOD. If you are a seasoned saint or just beginning your relationship with GOD this message is for you.
 
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Pastor Sharpe concludes his series about being happy during the holidays. He advises us to request Jesus to join our festivities. He tells us that reconciliation is possible after a fracture and adds an extra point about reciprocity flowing both ways. Finally, we should refuse to address all foolishness and relax inspite of all the frustrations.…
 
Happy Thanksgiving, Fellowship Family. Pastor Sharpe gives us eight ways to be happy during the holidays. He gives us the first four in part one of this series. You should rethink your idea of family and realize the power of your fragrance. Remember how to respond to foolishness and reflect on God's favor. Take a listen for a deeper dive.…
 
Pastor Sharpe performs a Biopsy on our Burdens. Like David, we will experience MANY afflictions or burdens. The tension purifies us the same way fire removes impurities from gold. Our faith must also be purified. Our burdens also prune us to cut off things that are not producing fruit. Those cuts create new growth opportunities and situations. Our …
 
Elder Mark Moore Jr. teaches us to believe and trust in God. Our faith is what carries us to our promised land. With faith, you can get prepared for elevation in your situations. Your assignment is to praise God for what he has done and not worry or doubt God's promises. Don't focus on the problems or obstacles because you would know you are on the…
 
The Summertime Chi Vibes continue with Rev. Dr. Frederick Douglas Haynes III. He preaches from 1 Kings 17:1-10 NLT to proclaim I am sick of this shift. God uses tension to stretch you, but it will propel and shift you forward beyond what your mind can imagine. Just keep the faith and prepare for the shift.…
 
The Summertime Chi Worship Vibes continue with Elder Marissa Farrow. She preaches from 2 Corinthians 12:1-9 to show the power of GOD in us all. The story of Paul illustrates how GOD uses our experiences to display his power. Our weaknesses allow for GOD to be glorified. He gave us a thorn so that we would remain humble and depend on the presence of…
 
The Summertime Chi Worship Vibes continue with Reverend Robert Ty Jones. He uses John 11:5-6 to teach us about spiritual tension. GOD uses tension to bend us but not break us. Trust GOD when you experience tension and trust in his word to see you through.By Pastor Reginald W. Sharpe Jr.
 
The Summertime Chi Worship Vibes continue with Dr. Danielle L Browns. This phenomenal woman of GOD uses the story of Paul to encourage us to trust GOD. The path we choose to walk on may not be the one GOD has ordained for us. Situations happen that may be blinding or devastating, but these are the moments GOD uses to push us onto the right path. Wh…
 
Welcome to our new series, Summertime Chi Worship Vibes. Dr. Charles Goodman uses 1 Samuel 16:1 to teach us to look beyond what God has done and embrace what God is trying to do. He teaches us to release what God has rejected, resist what God has refused, and remain until God has revealed.By Pastor Reginald W. Sharpe Jr.
 
We have reached the end of the summer playlist series. Pastor Sharpe uses Matthew 7:24-25 and New Edition's song entitled Can You Stand The Rain to teach us about the rainy days in life. We all enjoy God's grace and blessings, but how will you react when things are not going your way? Pastor Sharpe teaches us that you can t control nature's locatio…
 
The Summer Playlist series continues! Pastor Sharpe uses Daniel 4:27-33 and J. Cole's song "Pride is the Devil" to teach about the pitfalls of PRIDE. He cites 14 Evidences of PRIDE from Pastor Charles Stanley and encourages us to take notes on them. Pastor Sharpe also reminds us to check our glance and to check our stance, so God will help us advan…
 
Pastor Sharpe continues his summer playlist series. He uses 2 Kings 4:26 and India Arie's song "There's Hope" to encourage you through your tribulations to have Hope. He emphasizes how Hope transforms your vocabulary, creates velocity (movement), and changes how you view victory.By Pastor Reginald W. Sharpe Jr.
 
The summer playlist series continues on the fourth of July!!! Pastor Sharpe honors those who sacrificed for our freedom by preaching in the Rev. Clay Evans Chapel located in the Rainbow Push Coalition headquarters. He uses Esther 2:7 & The Throne ft. Frank Ocean's song "Made in America" to teach us how to make it in America. We learn from those who…
 
Pastor Sharpe continues his summer playlist series. He uses Maze/Frankie Beverly's "Joy and Pain" along with John 16:20-22 to display how we dance through the connection between life's joys and pains. He teaches us to face life's undesirable situations because our frustrations are endurable, and GOD is fixing whatever is unbearable.…
 
The summer playlist series continues with Elder Justin Hammier. He uses Beyonce's song "Daddy Lessons" and Proverbs 4:1-6 to highlight the importance of the lessons learned from our father figures. He reminds us to always remain rooted in the knowledge and wisdom that we get, and never forget or run away from that wisdom.…
 
Pastor Sharpe continues his summer playlist series using Saucy Santana's "Walk" and Luke 17:11-14. He persuades us to put our best foot/faith forward and walk in our purpose. On this journey, you will experience disquietude in your solitude, but you must keep the right attitude and have gratitude because GOD is walking with you.…
 
Pastor Sharpe introduces his summer playlist series. He uses Lil Baby's song "Hell of a Year" and Isaiah 6:1 to reflect on the events of the past year. He discusses the tragedies, discoveries, surgeries, and possibilities we have experienced during this pandemic.By Pastor Reginald W. Sharpe Jr.
 
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