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by Richard Cimino - 3 years ago

Authentic Christianity: Wired for Ekklesia

In Acts 2 we learn some very important things about Authentic Christianity and Authentic Church. On the Day of Pentecost, Peter proclaimed the Gospel (the record of what God has done for us in the sending of His Son). 3,000 men and women believed the Gospel! The moment they repented of their sin and believed the Gospel, they were transformed on every level. Repent = change of thinking. They changed they way they t...

by Richard Cimino - 4 years ago

Four Promises of God for the Suffering Christian

Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians is such an amazing bit of real estate in the Bible! In it, we discover that Paul, the great apostle, church planter and New Testament author experienced the same kind of deep, personal pain we experience when our motives, our message and our mission come under attack. It can be argued that 2 Corinthians contains the most spiritually and emotionally intense portions in all of...

by Richard Cimino - 5 years ago

An Interview with Pastor Richard Cimino

Name: Richard Cimino Family: This coming June 25th, I will have been married 39 years to my beautiful best friend, Valerie. We have four wonderful children: Deborah (35), who lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband, Wells, and their little boy, Ever Bless; Sean (31), newly married this past January to Erika and living in L.A.; Ashley (22) who’s in her last year at Biola, majoring in graphic...

by Richard Cimino - 5 years ago

Life & Leadership Lessons with Richard Cimino

Richard Cimino is one of our main session speakers at the Calvary Chapel Senior Pastors Conference. Born again: since December 31, 1973In ministry: since early 1982 Family: I’ve been married to my beautiful wife and best friend...

by Richard Cimino - 6 years ago

Why Christians Should be Related to the World

The term “relevant” is one of those hot button words in modern church culture. When most people talk about being relevant they are generally thinking in terms of how we must never be found irrelevant in our efforts to communicate the Gospel to fallen culture. For most Christians and for many in ministry that is a factor of conformity to the vocabulary, style and lifestyle. Without a doubt, those are important comp...