Tag: Christian Living

Year-End Review 2019!

Thank you for your support, prayers and encouragement in 2019. Here is a year-end review of CGN/ CalvaryChapel.com happenings! May the Lord bless this 2020 with His grace and guidance for us all. Blessings, The Calvary Global Network/ C...

Session 06: "Passing It On"

John Bonner and Manolo Matos sharing on "Passing It On" at the Calvary Chapel Global Missions Conference. #CGNMissions

Pray for Australia: An Update from Bruce Clarke

Please be in prayer for Australia through these wildfires. Here is a note from Senior Minister Bruce Clarke of St. Matthews Manly. *** "Thank for you setting people to pray for our country and the devastating bushfires and drought that we...

Muslim, Jesus and the Great Commission

Guest Jila Adel addresses the joy of the Lord, Muslim religion and the Great Commission on this episode of “Living Grace.” As Jila recalls in this episode from Hebrews 4:12, “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-ed...

Living Grace: Muslim, Jesus and the Great Commission

Guest Jila Adel addresses the joy of the Lord, Muslim religion and the Great Commission on this episode of “Living Grace.” As Jila recalls in this episode from Hebrews 4:12, “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-ed...

The Holiday Dilemma: Should Christians Celebrate Christmas?

Each year many Christians are faced with the decision of what to do about the holidays. Can they celebrate with everyone else or should they refrain because of the pagan origins of some of the practices associated with this time of year? Fo...

Missions Conference 2020: The Church That God Plants

Why plant churches? This question will be addressed at the Calvary Chapel Global Missions 2020 Conference and will go in depth about what church planting is, why its worth it for the Church to invest in missions and more! As a movement th...

Best of Series: Dr. Paul Tripp on the Depth of God's Grace

On this "Best Of" episode, Dr. Paul Tripp and Pastor Brian Brodersen discuss that no one is ever a “grace graduate.” So often those in pastoral ministry experience graceless living because they can "Improperly equate biblical knowledge, the...