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As C:A continues to increase with young families, and more and more babies are born, I am thinking that a series on parenting issues would be in order. I've been praying about how to address issues that young parents face, and to give some practical lessons from the scriptures. Having an extra, evening meeting, for the young parents seems like...
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. (Romans 8:28)
Do you ever read this verse and just shake your head and say, REALLY? Really Lord? Lord, are you kidding me? Lord, is this some kind of of a joke? Have you looked at my life lately Lord? - this is a ...
This morning as the men of [C:A] gathered together, we were studying Jeremiah's prophecy to the nation of Israel.
The Jews had abandoned following the Lord, and though they were experiencing somewhat of a revival under Josiah and his reforms, they had not really turned to God with their whole heart and discipline was on it's way.
Wow, what a great time we had last night! I was so thankful for a great turn-out and all of the great fellowship.
Some folks showed up early and helped out, others stayed late and helped with cleanup, and every one was involved with fellowship in-between!
I truly love looking around and seeing the family visiting together. I think the Lord ...
Yesterday I was asked, "what is your biggest struggle?" Since launching C:A, that has been a pretty frequent question. I've developed my answer. My biggest struggles have been re-learning, perhaps in deeper ways, the simple lessons that all of us learn as Christians. The ironic thing is that these lessons have been the subjects of our ...
These are some thoughts from last Saturday's Men's Ministry study... I posted this on my blog, but also wanted to add it here at C:A blog.
…Then this Daniel began distinguishing himself among the commissioners and satraps because he possessed an extraordinary spirit, and the king planned to appoint him over the entire kingdom. 4 Then the ...
This morning as we began our lessons in the book of Daniel, we discussed the resolve of the young man.
But Daniel made up his mind that he would not defile himself with the king's choice food or with the wine which he drank; so he sought permission from the commander of the officials that he might not defile himself.
Dan 1:8 (NASB)
One of the biggest misconceptions about the church, is that it is a building.
In reality, and by strict definition, it is not, and really, has nothing to do with geographical location or structure. This is one of the reasons that I have worked hard to not call the building that we rent "the church." That is, however, proving ...
This past Sunday at Calvary:Arlington we took a look at Matthew's Gospel where Jesus tells the Disciples that there is a harvest, and that we should pray for workers. (see Matthew 9:36-38)
All through out the Gospels "The Harvest" is a picture used for those souls who would come to faith in Jesus. The workers are Us, Christians, ...
Every week is seems as though the Lord is helping us to advance the ball so-to-speak at C:A.
It does often seem like a game of inches. This week has brought a significant move forward for our fellowship.
Today I signed a lease for the building where we started in November.
Though we outgrew it right away, for our Sunday morning meetings, it ...
I am looking forward to next Sunday's lessons in our "Matthew -Tesimony Of A Tax Man" series.
We will begin to see Jesus validate his teaching with incredible miracles. Those are always exciting to revisit.
When we get to the story of the disciples in the middle of a storm on the Sea of Galillee, Jesus asks one of His classic ...
Not Just Another Service
When we started having our informational meetings for Calvary:Arlington in November, the question of whether or not we would have mid-week services was raised. For a number a reasons the decision was made to focus on smaller Home Groups in the mid-week rather than another corporate service.
I think there were a...
He Giveth More Grace is one of the first “new” songs we’ve done at Calvary:Arlington. The version we do uses the original lyrics and new music written by Pastor Brett Williams from Calvary Chapel on Whidbey Island.
The song was written by Anne Johnson Flint, who by the age of 6 had lost both her parents. By her teens she had ...
I was sitting in Costco the other day with two thirds of my family. We were enjoying the dollar and fifty-cents hotdog and soda special... all four of us ate for just over six dollars. Not bad.
As we were choking down our Polish dogs, Grace asked, "Dad, what would you do if someone gave you this building?" People ask how the girls are ...
As we continue our lessons on "The Sermon On The Mount" this Sunday, we will be covering this important verse:
"Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven" - Matt. 5:16
Of course, we are all supposed to be doing this individually, living our lives ...
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