Don’t Be Alone For The Holidays

Join us on Wednesday for our Midweek service at 7:30 pm! And if you no family in the Chandler area or cannot make it home, we invite you to join us Thursday, November 23rd at 399 Washington Street for a dinner and fun night of church family!

Remember you are loved by God and we, at The Door, look forward to you joining our family. 

Water Baptism

Come and see what the Lord has done!


We had our water baptism on November 12th. We had a fantastic time hearing about the lives touched and changed by Jesus Christ.

Trunk or Treat Draws A Crowd

Every opportunity to preach the Gospel is worth it. This Halloween we put together our First Annual Trunk or Treat where our faithful members decorated their trunks and gave away free candy!


Evangelist Steve Zapata Revival


We had a tremendous time as Evangelist Steve Zapata from Australia ministered the Gospel. Many souls were saved and bodies were healed.

If you missed out, check out our LiveStream Account to see what God did!


Job’s Storm by Pastor Joe Campbell

Pastor Joe Campbell – Sunday AM October 1, 2017

“People can fight and endure the storms of life, but when the outcome isn’t to their expectations…they quit.” – Pastor Joe Campbell

Job 1:13-22
“(13) Now there was a day when his sons and daughters were eating and drinking wine in their oldest brother’s house; (14) and a messenger came to Job and said, ‘The oxen were plowing and the donkeys feeding beside them, (15) when the Sabeans raided them and took them away – indeed they have killed the servants with the edge of the sword; and I alone have escaped to tell you!’ (16) While he was still speaking, another also came and said…(17) While he was still speaking, another also came and said…(18) While he was still speaking, another also came and said…(20) Then Job arose, tore his robe, and shaved his head; and he fell to the ground and worshiped. (21) And he said: ‘Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return there. The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord.’ (22) In all this Job did not sin nor charge God with wrong.”

Storms of life are inevitable. Some storms we can prepare for, yet others we cannot. Storms may stem from sickness, from betrayal, from desertion, or from violations, but never take the presence of a storm as the absence of God. It is during these seasons, that we truly see ourselves and we see God. How do you react when you’re hit with a storm? Each storm has an initial shock, with waves, repercussions and tremors that follow. We may fight and endure the storm, but it’s these waves that follow that we truly must survive. Do you maintain your prayer life, your faith and communication with God during the storms of life? The intent of the demonic is to use the storms to drown out the voice of God, His word, and His people. You may survive the initial impact, but it’s the aftermath…it’s the change in language and the loss of communication with the living God and His people, that will change us and kill us. What is your language during the storms of life? Does your language exalt the storm to be bigger than God? Is every struggle, setback and need highlighted and fueled through your language? Our language in the storm is critical to our survival, our growth and our enlargement. What language do you speak during the storms of life? Is your language that of faith? God manifests Himself wherever He finds faith. As is evident throughout our text, the way we’re living and the language we’re speaking today will determine how our end will compare to our beginning. Job 42:12, 16, “(12) Now the Lord blessed the latter days of Job more than his beginning…(16) So Job died, old and full of days.” What’s going to be your end? For your end to be better than your beginning, it’s going to take a language and a lifestyle of faith.

“Your language in the storm is critical to your survival; not just your survival, but your growth and enlargement. What language do you speak during the storms of life?” – Pastor Joe Campbell

China Conference 2017

The Lord is at work in the great nation of China! This past October the churches there had a conference where Pastor Campbell preached and stirred the hearts of many people.

Two couples were launched into unreached cities. As the churches gathered they experienced a tremendous presence of God and they are seeing multiplication of disciples!

Pastor Campbell preached for Pastor Monnens and Pastor Alvarez in Sunday services. God is truly giving them momentum and favor as they “press on toward the high calling of Jesus Christ.”

Please continue to lift up the churches in China in prayer!

People lifting up holy hands Pastor preaching Pastor praying Pastor in Monnens

China Conferene

Attendees with Pastor Campbell.

Attendees with Pastor Campbell.

Children’s Church Hallelujah Party

Children’s Church will be having a Hallelujah Party on October 29th at 6:30pm! Come dressed up in your best costumes and have a lot of fun. There will be games and prizes for children ages 3-12. Everyone is invited and welcomed to come!

Please be considerate and don’t wear scary costumes or masks!

Parents, if you would donate candy for this wonderful night, we would greatly appreciate it!


Different Dimensions Of Faith by Pastor Joe Campbell

Pastor Joe Campbell – Sunday AM September 17, 2017

“God manifests Himself wherever He finds faith. Do you have a lifestyle of faith?” – Pastor Joe Campbell

Hebrews 11:6
“(6) But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.”

Faith isn’t just a moment or an experience; It is to be a lifestyle. The Bible says in Romans 1:17 that “…the just shall live by faith.” God is looking for a lifestyle of faith and where He finds faith, there He will manifest Himself. Our faith is constantly under attack and being torn down by moments of crisis and needs that are beyond us. However, it is during these times when we’ve become bound by the infirmity…when the infirmity has become our identity…when plans, dreams and expectations have begun to die in our arms…it is in these times that we must have faith. We must make the decision to believe God even when everything is telling us that the situation is “impossible”. Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, evidence of things not seen.” Our crisis demands faith. The quality and vibrancy of your Christian life depends upon your faith. Hebrews 11:6, “But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” Faith touches God, opens the door to His power and allows the God factor to be released in our lives. What does your faith say right now? What do you need to believe God for? There is power in the name of Jesus…His name is above any name that can be given to your condition or situation.

“What area of life do you need to believe for God to step into and give you a miracle? God says that He will demonstrate Himself wherever He finds faith. Can you believe God?” – Pastor Joe Campbell