Calvary was recognized on November 13th for the contribution of over 1 million dollars to the ministry of CRU! A milestone award was presented in the service followed by a word of appreciation from CRU president Steve Douglas.
Dear Calvary Community Church,
I want to take this opportunity to thank you personally for your generous partnership with the ministries of CRU. I especially appreciate your support of our Campus Ministry, various international projects, and numerous staff members through the years. We can only begin to imagine the impact your giving has had in the eternal destiny of hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of people.
Thank you for your generous and faithful partnership in helping fulfill the Great Commission, and for investing financially in what God is doing around the world in drawing people to himself in every tribe, tongue and nation.
We look forward to continued partnership with you as we help build spiritual movements everywhere, so that everyone will know someone who truly follows Jesus.
May God bless you with His abundant goodness and grace.
Yours in Christ,
We’ve been on quite a journey through the pre-exilic prophets in our Whole Story sermon series. I’ve heard from so many of how much God is teaching and revealing to you through these books that few of us have spent any substantial time studying. For my part, I have come to a place of now counting these as some of my favorite portions of Scripture, that I will come back to again and again.
We live in a world under a curse (Genesis 3:14-19). And that is an easy thing to forget.
“Do you really believe in the ‘God of the Old Testament’? I mean, he seems so ticked off all the time! All that vengeance, and wrath, and anger. All those times where he orders the extermination of whole cities, and sometimes wipes them out himself (see Sodom and Gomorrah).
Watch as the young Beck men proclaim their love for Jesus as they obey his command to be baptized.
All My Hope
One of the things I LOVE about being a pastor at Calvary is some of the amazing people I get to serve with every day. A couple of those are our worship pastor, Matt Faulkner, and one of his worship leaders, Christy Freeman.