“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.” (Romans 15:13) 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. […]
Below is the link to the most recent theology lecture, taught by Pastor-Elder Adam. Click on the link, which will take you to Google Drive. Download or listen to the lecture right there! Please email Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have issues. https://tinyurl.com/CalvarySVTheoLecture11-10
We had some technical difficulties with our website, but now we are good to go! Listen to the two messages below, one from Pastor Gabe and the other from Pastor Adam, as we jump back into Matthew!
Matthew 5:17-20 What does it mean when Jesus says He came to fulfill the law? What law is he talking about? Listen below to hear Pastor Adam go through Matthew 5:17-20 and help us understand what Jesus means. We will find that there are two aspects to what Jesus says. First, we must value the […]
Matthew 5:9 We are continuing with our series through the Beatitudes by looking at Matthew 5:9. Here, Jesus teaches us, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” What does this mean for us today, when our world seems so far removed from anything that might be seen as “peace”? How […]
Matthew 5:4 Mourning is not a typical topic in our culture. We tend to avoid mourning or do our best to get through our grief. But there is something more to it, something that makes the phrase “good mourning” give us pause. Jesus tells us that those who mourn (both over personal loss and the […]
Adam continues in Matthew 3 by exploring what the sign of the dove and the voice of the Father tell us about God’s mission as Trinity. Listen below to hear more!
Our pastoral intern, Adam, opens up God’s Word in Matthew 3. We read the story of Jesus’ baptism, but Matthew is teaching us more than just retelling a story: he is teaching us what it means to enter the kingdom of heaven. Listen below!
We were blessed to hear from Adam, our pastoral intern, preach on James 3:1-12. This is a convicting passage, and we pray that this message will encourage you today! Listen below to hear more.