Recent Blog Posts:
Did the Bible Predict the Coronavirus?
Did the Bible predict the Coronavirus – what a question! It’s now been two weeks since Schools closed and virtualRead more.
The Art of Praying
One of the things that I love to do is write out my prayers. I think that brings depth toRead more.
On the Romans Road – March
As we continue through Paul’s letter to the Romans, it’s good for us to reflect on what we’ve seen soRead more.
At least SOME things don’t change – however, tomorrow the clocks do. Nowadays we don’t have to worry about theRead more.
Physical Distancing vs Social Distancing
Matt 13:31-33 He put another parable before them, saying, “The kingdom of heaven is like aa grain of mustard seedRead more.
Grace for the Weary
Lord, we know your words, “The Lord God has given me a well-taught tongue, so I may know how toRead more.
The Table Before Me
Join us on Sunday morning at 10:30 am for online church. We’ll be spending some time worshipping, hearing from GodRead more.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has forced us to think really hard about what we do as a church. ThisRead more.
Partnering with Fear
One of the devil’s tactics is fear. He threatens terrible consequences. When the 18th century revivalist George Whitefield called uponRead more.
Corona and Calvary Chapel
We are living in unpredictable and somewhat unprecedented times. As a church family, we do not want to partner withRead more.
Romans 1 – Homosexuality
In our Sunday sermon last week we looked at the passage from Romans 1 where Paul talks about homosexuality. IfRead more.
On the Romans Road – February
After five studies so far in the Book of Romans, it’s good for us to remind ourselves what we’ve seenRead more.
Neither Arminian nor Calvinist
In trying to explain where Calvary Chapel lays between Calvinism and Arminianism, most churches have including a statement in theirRead more.
Persecuted Church update
Last May the BBC reported that Christian persecution ‘at near genocide levels’. According to Help the Persecuted, a Christian isRead more.