to make more and maturing disciples of Jesus Christ.
Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.
The Letter to the Romans
In this next-to-last sermon in the Pure Church series, we get an example of what it looks like to devote ourselves to the ministry of the Word (Acts 6:4), and to the public reading of Scripture (1 Timothy 4:13). Guest preacher, Andy Naselli, powerfully proclaims Paul’s entire letter to the Romans — from memory. Those in attendance were richly blessed hearing this large swath of Scripture, which gloriously displays a righteous God righteous-ing the unrighteous. We are confident you will be encouraged as well as you watch or listen.
This past Sunday in a sermon at Calvary, I described what a praying life could look like through the lens of a definition from David Powlison: “Prayer is meant to be the conversation where your life and your God meet.”
Don’t Leave Your Family
My hope is that everyone who attends on a Sunday morning would grow to see this church as your home and the people of Calvary as your family. I also pray that we would all think twice before leaving this family when times inevitably get difficult.
New Member Seminar
A two-part class in which you will learn about the foundations of our faith and the truths that define Calvary Community Church.