Tag: Discipleship

Frances Ridley Havergal

Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879): Sometimes the most significant fruit in our lives is borne out of seasons of hardship and suffering. Such was the case with the powerful hymns of Frances Ridley Havergal. Hampered by illness from her you...

Introducing Denisa Stanciu: Calvary.ro Translator

CalvaryChapel.com has two extension sites that are led by two awesome ladies! We are excited to introduce Denisa Stanciu who manages Calvary.ro! She is a part of the CGN and CalvaryChapel.com Team, based in Romania! Below is a note from Den...

Fanny Crosby

Fanny Crosby (1820-1915): Fanny Crosby was blinded at infancy--yet this didn’t stop her from becoming one of the most prolific hymn writers and important figures in the history of American worship! Join us as we talk about this incredible w...

Introducing Cinthya Rios: Esp.calvarychapel.com Translator

CalvaryChapel.com has two extension sites that are led by two awesome ladies! In the next few weeks, we will introduce them, share their background and share the resources available with each extension site! We are excited to first introduc...

Four Practical Ways to Live Like Jesus In Election Season

This article is a partial transcript from a recent episode of The GoodLion Podcast, a product of Calvary Global Network. Listen to the full episode below or subscribe. The 2020 presidential election has been the capstone of a remarkably ba...

Returning to the Gospel on Reformation Day

Have you ever noticed that our society celebrates everything? In September alone, we celebrated "Random Acts of Poetry Day" (September 6), "Video Games Day" (September 12), "White Chocolate Day" (September 22), "Punctuation Day" (September ...

Edith Studd Buxton & Mary Warburton Booth

Edith Studd Buxton & Mary Warburton Booth: Today we are joined by a VERY special guest, Debbie Alnutt, who shares with us about not just one, but TWO remarkable missionaries! Debbie highlights a critical period in the lives and ministries o...

The Purpose of Life in a Secular Age

There is a question that lurks at the back of our minds, niggling, scratching, attempting to penetrate our consciousness. We keep it at bay with busyness, distractions, vanity, and ambition, but it still scratches. The question is this: Wha...

Diving Deeper into Doubts and Questions

Aaron & Brian take an episode to respond to more questions from listeners about doubts and faith. ––––The GoodLion podcast is a show by Aaron Salvato and Brian Higgins, the founders of CGN’s GoodLion Podcast Network. Each episode, their go...

CC Jinja, Uganda: CGN Church Relief Fund

Dear CGN, Calvary Chapel Jinja would like to express our deepest gratitude for your generous contribution towards COVID-19 relief to Calvary Chapel Jinja and the church members. Your donation was very helpful and timely to the church membe...

Elisabeth Elliot Part 2

Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015): There was no way we could cover Elisabeth Elliot in one episode, so we are back for more! Join us and our friend Kathy Gilbert as we continue our conversation about the exceptional, exemplary Elisabeth Elliot! ...

What Should We Do with Our Doubts? - Ft. Dominic Done

Aaron Salvato invites pastor and author Dominic Done onto the show to discuss questions about faith and doubt. Questions asked: 1. What has been your biggest crisis of faith, and how did you overcome it? 2. Growing up in the faith can ca...

Elisabeth Elliot Part 1

Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015): A woman who probably needs no introduction! Elisabeth Elliot was one of the most influential and beloved Christian women of the 20th century. Join us and our special guest, Kathy Gilbert, as we discuss Elisabet...

God's Right To Change The Plan

People generally want to feel in control. We work, think, and plan to map out where our lives are going. But sometimes, it feels like God comes along and totally changes the plan. This can leave us confused, wondering how our lives got turn...

Rouault and the Masks We Wear

From time to time, a work of art can touch our soul. It examines us and provides a filter like a camera’s focused perspective. In this way, art captures a feeling or a truth, and makes it more relevant to our existence, as it invades our im...

Emma Revell Moody

Emma Revell Moody (1843-1903): Evangelist D.L. Moody was one of the most well-known and effective Christian leaders of the 19th century. But serving the Lord by his side was his incredible wife, Emma, a true partner in the ministry with her...

Evangelism During a Pandemic? - with Joel Turner

Pastor and comedian, Joel Turner, talks with Aaron about evangelism... specifically the challenges of doing it during a pandemic, his views on top methods and best practices, the involvement of the Holy Spirit, and much more! ––– The Go...

Eliza Davis George

Eliza Davis George (1879-1979): Eliza Davis George may be one of the most remarkable women you haven’t heard of! As the daughter of former slaves, Eliza persevered through innumerable challenges to attend college, become a teacher, and purs...