Our worship services on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings feature Spirit-filled music, heartfelt prayer and sermons that will help you apply the truth and power of God's Word to real life.
Perhaps you’ve noticed, particularly in church circles, how people love to quote their favorite verses to encourage, advise or inspire others. Though their intentions are good, sometimes those verses get taken out of context or are just plain misquoted. In other words, sometimes the message gets all “twisted.”
During our final weeks of summer, we’ll dig into three familiar Bible passages that aren't always used and understood in the right way:
Aug. 16 & 19 - “Plans of Prosperity” (Jeremiah 29:4-14)
Aug. 23 & 26 - “Money Is Root of All Evil” (1 Timothy 6:6-10, 17-19)
Aug. 30 & Sept. 2 - “Don’t Judge” (Matthew 7:1-5)
In Jeremiah 29:11, the Lord says He has "plans to prosper you…
Life is similar to a game of Clue; we are all seeking answers…
Conflict. It's inevitable, but God teaches us how to resolve…
Scrabble reminds us of the importance of community and that we…
Perhaps you’ve noticed, particularly in church circles, how people love to quote their favorite verses to encourage, advise or inspire other
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Servicio en español aquí en la Iglesia Calvario Domingos, 10:30 de la mañana
Fridays, (September-May)9:30-11:30 a.m.