Sermons from Pastor Todd Dugard

Sermons from Todd Dugard

Lead Pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel Barrie

Todd and his wife Cheryl and their three (now adult) children came to Barrie in 2001 to plant Harvest Bible Chapel with a group of eight local families.

Todd became a Christ-follower at the age of 15 through the ministry of The Salvation Army and Youth for Christ. A few years later, he was baptized at Faith Baptist Church where he would later serve as the adult ministries pastor and be ordained to pastoral ministry. He is a graduate of London Baptist Bible College and Heritage Seminary.

Born in Montreal, Todd continues to enthusiastically support the Habs, and is also a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan because he only cheers for classy teams.

He has a deep passion for the church and the preaching of God’s Word. and he knows through his more than 20 years of pastoral ministry that what counts most is finishing well. Based on Galatians 2:20, his life mission is to, “Live and lead others to live by faith in Christ.”

I’m not that eager to bring the Word this Sunday. The hardest part of preaching verse-by-verse through books of the Bible is dealing with the hardest parts. Passages like Acts…
Nothing is outside his control. Win or lose (as we see wins and losses), we’re always in God’s all-powerful hands. In this message we're taking looking back to that account of Joab in 1 Chronicles 19 as well as looking at something Jesus said in John 14:12 about the “greater things” that we, as his followers, should see happening.
Our time in the Word is in 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 where Paul deals with the Lord’s Table gone bad. Along the way, he laid out the beauty and simplicity of what the Table is, what it should mean to them and to us today.
In the first of our two Christmas messages last week, we heard from Micah 5:1-5a that when we’re vulnerable and facing crushing circumstances, help appears in an unexpected place, in an…
What's in a name? Do you recall that question from Romeo and Juliet? Juliet was trying to persuade Romeo to change his name, forsake his family connection, and marry her.…
While human beings tend to complicate things, God keeps things pretty simple. For example, the church. We build grand cathedrals and mall-like mega-churches on sprawling campuses. We create hierarchies of…
In Acts 2:22-36, the Apostle Peter moves into the second part of his great sermon on the Day of Pentecost. Having addressed the matter of the miraculous signs that had taken place, he turns his listeners' attention to the central message and the central figure, Jesus Christ and his gospel. The focus in this section is on the person of Jesus as the one and only Lord and Saviour of the world as Peter points repeatedly to, “This Jesus.”