“The Lord is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation.” (Exodus 15:2) Thanks for joining us online today to worship Jesus! Did you know that we have two in-person services now?? Yes! Scroll down to read more. The first service is at 9:00 am. 9:00 am! This is outdoors in our parking lot. We […]
“The Lord has brought you out with a mighty hand and redeemed you…” (Deuteronomy 7:8) Thanks for joining us online today to worship Jesus! Did you know that we have two in-person services now?? Yes! We are going to have two worship services at Calvary Summitview! Scroll down to read more.
Matthew 6:12, 14-15 We are called to forgive others the same way that Jesus forgave us. What does this look like then? And how does Christ’s death on the cross lead us to forgive others now? Listen below as Aaron continues in The Lord’s Prayer series. Listen below!
Life can give us many reasons to fear and be anxious. However, as God’s people, we are reminded that in our fear, we should place our hope in God, because He is a promise-keeping God. Listen below as Aaron opens up on Psalm 27!
Matthew 5:13 “Salt of the earth” is a phrase that is often used in Christian circles. But what does it really mean? Slat is used as a preservative as well as flavor. So why would Jesus say that His followers are to be “salt” to this world? Listen below to hear more!
Matthew 5:6 As we continue in our study of the Beatitudes, we find ourselves at Matthew 5:6. Here, Jesus teaches us that we, as his people, are called to hunger and thirst for righteousness. This means we are to be conformed to God’s will. Listen below to hear more!
Matthew 4:18-22 What does it mean to follow Jesus? Christians use this phrase quite often: “I follow Jesus.” But what does this look like in real life? Listen below to hear more!
Matthew 2:1-12 It was the third Sunday of Advent this past weekend, and we are moving steadily through Matthew 1-2 over this month. In 2:1-12, we read the familiar story of the Magi visiting Jesus. But while this passage can sometimes be remembered for its remarkable pieces (namely the Star of Bethlehem!), it is truly […]
We can hardly believe that we are finished with our James series! We loved doing this together as a church. This last message is on James 5:13-20. Here, James gives us a few reminders on how to pattern our lives as Christians in prayer. Listen below to hear more!