Welcome to the preaching and teaching of Calvary Assembly. Each week we meet together to learn more about God and His will for our lives. In today’s message, our lead Pastor, Mike continues in our Christmas series, “Be Christmas.” The good news of Christmas brings GREAT joy. What is joy? Where does Joy come from? […]
We have heard the Christmas story more times than we can count. In today‘s message Pastor Mike teaches on the Announcement of Jesus’ birth through the eyes of action. Christmas is more than a single event. Embedded in the Christmas story are three keywords that reveal our responsibilities as Christians. We hope this message encourages […]
In today’s message, Pastor Mike teaches from Nehemiah 1. The story of Nehemiah may be one of the most inspiring stories in the Bible. Nehemiah was not a prophet, priest or king in Israel. He as an ordinary person, with a job, who was used by God to do an extraordinary work. I hope this […]
In today’s podcast, Pastor Mike sits down in service with two people who experienced rejection, lost their job and on the verge of losing their home yet, God brought them through it all! If you’re struggling with rejection or feel like God has forgotten you in your current circumstances, listen to these two testimonies and […]
Welcome to another message from Calvary Assembly. In today’s message Pastor Mike shares part 2 in the series, “Giving Thanks.” As a Christian, giving thanks is embedded into our spiritual DNA and in Ephesians 5, the Apostle Paul gives insight on how to cultivate a thankful attitude. Paul contrast three sets of behaviors to reset […]
In today’s message, Pastor Joseph kicks off our Giving Thanks series with a teaching on three responses of a thankful person. Pastor Joseph serves as the Youth Pastor of Calvary Assembly inspiring students to live for God and to discover His will for their life.
Vision is the quintessential characteristic of a successful man or woman. Without it, we will never intentionally hit the mark. In this message Pastor Mike shares the importance of having a vision in your life, marriage, relationships, and in every organization. He also defines the “kingdom of heaven” vs. the “kingdom of God.”
The church is to be filled with participators, not spectators. In Paul’s final words to the Thessalonian church, he gives them specific instructions regarding their participation in the church family.
In 1 Thessalonians 5, the Apostle Paul answers the important question of “when” Jesus will return. As Paul pens his final thoughts to the church in Thessalonica, he reminds them how spiritual growth is a never-ending, on-going, unceasing task. You will never arrive at a place in your relationship with God when you are finished […]
“Learning to love is a never-ending discipline.” D.M. Martin What do your actions say about you? As Pastor Mike continues to teach on 1 Thessalonians, today’s message gives practical advice for our interpersonal relationships and insight into life after death.