Pastor Gabe continues on in our Summer in the Psalms series with Psalm 12. Listen below to be encouraged by the pure words of God’s Word!
We are so excited for our summer sermon series, “Summer in the Psalms”! We began this series with Psalm 11. Here, we see that when the foundations of our lives seem to be falling apart, the Lord is our refuge. Indeed, God is not panicking, even if you are! Listen below for more.
Listen here as pastor Gabe goes through the opening verses of 1 John 5!
What a joy it is to be loved by Jesus! Listen below as pastor Gabe opens up on this passage from 1 John 4.
Hi friend! Over the next two weeks, we will not be posting any new sermon recordings due to staff being on vacation. Check back here in June when we post the new recordings!
We had the pleasure of hearing God’s Word preached by Adam, our replanting pastoral intern. We are so thankful for Adam and the message he brought on Sunday! What an encouragement to remember that we ought to love others as God has loved us. This is not just some duty, but it is a […]
As Christians, we must rely on God’s Spirit to gain discernment on good or false teaching. Although false teachers abound, and they seek out God’s people like a wolf pack surrounds a herd of sheep, we are ultimately victorious through Christ! What a loving God who teaches us truth when the world around us […]
Pastor Gabe continues in our series on 1 John, taking on a major passage in 3:11-24. Here, John reminds his readers of their calling in life: to love one another as Christ has loved them. This will continue to be a theme for the rest of John’s letter. Listen below to hear more!
Evan Skelton, a replanting resident at Calvary Summitview, continues our series in 1 John. We are expositional church, and so we preach everything in God’s Word – even if it deals with the “children of Satan” (yikes!). Does that pique your interest at all? Listen below to hear more. We pray you are encouraged […]
This is a fun one to talk about! What does John mean when he talks about “antichrist”? And more importantly, what does he mean apart from what our popular culture thinks of when it hears “antichrist”? Listen below as Gabe unpacks what John means, and how it ought to be applied in our lives.