Hope@Home – March 30, 2020

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Aloha Hope Chapel! It was so great to see you all tune into our weekend services. We hope that you enjoyed worshiping with your church family! We really miss being with you in person, but we’re so glad that technology allows us to gather together even now. When this is over, we’ll all be back together and we’ll be more appreciative than ever for the little things – the hugs, the coffee, the smiles.


We’re back again with another encouraging devotional from one of our staff members. Wes Thomasson leads our Tweens- he took some time this week to record this devotional for you all, be sure to check it out!


Let’s pray for Hope Chapel Pastors and Leaders, specifically Ben Prangnell, Craig Englert, Kyle Knight, Craig Mauck, Jim Franks, John Martin, Toni Spence, Jeremy Napier, and Brad Thuerbach, who are all working hard to care for our community in the midst of everything. Visit our staff page for a list of all of our team – pray for each of them!


Lilly, our Worship Ministry Intern wrote this for you, ‘ohana! Check it out!

This is a question I think we all have, and it’s something we ought to continue to contemplate in every season. Here are some ideas to help us as the Body of Christ, and as a family, to continue worshiping together…

“Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship.”Romans 12:1

Stay in the Word, and continue to give what you have to God.

Spend some time praying, and ask God: How can I still live for you, during this time? What can I give in sacrifice to you, during this time Lord? 

Read out loud or sing out some Psalms of praise and share them.

Some ideas of Psalms to read, Psalm 23, Psalm 91, Psalm 121, Psalm 27, Psalm 139, Psalm 119 and Psalm 54

Some ideas of Spotify playlists to find and follow. 

homecoming (prodigal) 


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Did you know that even before before we went fully online, we’ve been streaming on Facebook live every week? Facebook is a great resource because you can share the live broadcast easily to your circle of friends, neighbors, and online community, and spread the good news of Jesus in a powerful way!   

It can seem daunting at first to know how to fully utilize Facebook as a tool for the gospel, so here is an excellent resource to help you take that first step. 

Step 1: Visit Hope Chapel Maui on Facebook

Step 2: Scroll down to Hope Chapel’s feed to see the scheduled Livestream

Did you know that Hope Chapel is streaming services LIVE at each of its regular service times? Join us online at 6pm on Saturday, and 8:30am or 10:30am on Sunday! 

Step 3: Open the viewing window and press play!

Bonus: Interact with us in the comments on the right side!

3 Comments on “Hope@Home – March 30, 2020”

  1. Thank you, Wes! This is a great way to start out a Monday! I really appreciate the “tips”‘you shared. I’m praying for you, brother.

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