By 2011, his radio ministry could be heard on 850 stations, including stations across many Middle Eastern and Russian countries.
His second radio program, Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram, can be heard on Sirius XM Radio. Ingram was not born into a religious household, and only discovered Christianity as a young man traveling the world as a member of three different college basketball teams.
Chandler is the lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church.
This Dallas-Fort Worth megachurch consists of four campuses: Flower Mound, Denton, Dallas Northway and Fort Worth.
Originally founded in Nashville in 2002 by Pete and his wife Brandi, today Crosspoint is a multi-state church with a large online presence.
They reach over 5,000 people each weekend across their five campuses, as well as countless others through their podcasts.
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Crossroads was founded in 1995 as a place to “bring your friends, minus the church lingo, bad coffee and kum-ba-yah.” Today, his plain engaging message is available online.
Crossroads church has one of the largest collections of podcasts available, going back over four years. Chip Ingram started in 1995 as a radio minister in Santa Cruz, California.
His ability to appeal to such a wide, secular audience is a testament to how engaging he is.
Over four years of sermons are available for free online.
You can hear for yourself why Senior Pastor Dave Stone and Teaching Paster Kyle Idleman are so popular. You’ll want to attend services at New Hope O’ahu personally if you can – they’re located in the beautiful paradise of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Today, the church has grown to multiple sites, with an average attendance of 18,000 every weekend.
Woodlands believes church should be “The Best Hour of Your Week,” and strives to provide an entertaining sermon which grabs the listener’s attention.