Chad Reynolds

Chad Reynolds

Chad and his wife Laney have two boys, Garret and Eli and a girl, Keely Ruth. Chad is a graduate of Erskine College (’97) and Erskine Theological Seminary (’03). He joined the staff of the First Presbyterian Church in August 2004 as the Minister of Christian Education. He became the Senior Minister in July 2009.

You can email Chad at chad@fpclw.org, or use our contact form.

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Posts by Chad Reynolds


  • Sermon on the Mount: The Blessing of the Law September 18, 2017 Matthew 5:17-20 This “Sermon on the Mount,” deals specifically with, as Dr. Sinclair Ferguson puts it, “Kingdom Life in a Fallen World.” After describing in detail the blessed nature of those in the Kingdom, Jesus now deals with the question of the Old Testament. The “Law and the Prophets,” was an ever-present part of life for ...
  • Sermon on the Mount: Beatitudes Revisited September 4, 2017 Matthew 5:3-12 This sermon will serve as an introduction to the Sermon on the Mount Series and an overview on the Beatitudes. For a more detailed treatment of the Beatitudes you can go to the sermon archive HERE and listen to the sermons from that series (Fall 2016). Kingdom Life In Matthew 4:17, “Jesus began to preach, saying, ...
  • Creed: Resurrection… Life Everlasting August 28, 2017 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 We close our series of sermons based upon the Apostles’ Creed by considering “the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting.” Resurrection and Transformation unto Glory Since the Ascension Jesus has been with us by the Spirit but away from the earth in His resurrected body. The promise in the New Testament is that ...
  • Creed: Forgiveness of Sins August 28, 2017 Romans 3:10-26 When we profess our faith using the Apostles’ Creed we say that we believe in the forgiveness of sins. When we make that profession we are using the phrase “forgiveness of sins” as a summary statement for salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. With that simple statement we are acknowledging ...
  • Creed: The Holy Catholic Church August 28, 2017 Ephesians 4:1-16 We come this week to the Creed’s statements of faith regarding the holy catholic church and the communion of saints. J.I. Packer’s words can serve as a helpful introduction: “It is by strict theological logic that the Creed confesses faith in the Holy Spirit before proceeding to the church… it is the Holy Spirit ...