"Why is the Bible Offensive?"– Los Angeles Times
"Some people are pretty upset about SoCal Harvest. Not because of anything I just mentioned, but because, in a series of billboards we use to promote the event, there’s a photo of me holding a Bible."
"Calvary Global Network: Points on Successful Church Planting"– CalvaryChapel.com
"CGN seeks to be a community of churches committed to Great Commission engagement. Enjoy this article by Pastor Derek Neider of Calvary Chapel Las Vegas as he shares thoughts on successful church planting."
"Creatives & Corinthians"– Thomas Terry of HumbleBeast
"Thomas Terry sharing at the Calvary Chapel | CGN Pastors and Leaders Conference. His message is titled 'Creatives & Corinthians.'"
"SoCal Harvest: What to expect at this year’s ‘Jesus Revolution’ in Anaheim"– The Press-Enterprise
"Formerly known as the Harvest Crusades, SoCal Harvest is considered one of the largest Evangelical outreaches in the country. It draws an audience of about 100,000 over the course of the event annually, said John Collins, executive director of the Harvest Crusades. About 8.9 million people have participated by live webcast or in person since 1990."
"'Things That Matter' Season 3 Top Episodes with Guest Cheryl Brodersen"– CalvaryChapel.com
"Enjoy the top episodes from last season of "Things That Matter," as we near season 4 premiering this fall! Pastor Brian Brodersen interviews his wife, Cheryl Brodersen, on being a pastor’s wife. Cheryl breaks down the difference between “identity" and “role” and encourages women, whether as a pastor’s wife or not, to place their identity in Jesus Christ alone."
"Don't Worry"– Back to Basics
"Doctors and researchers say that stress is more responsible than anything else for almost every disease. Stress can cause anxiety and depression. It contributes to heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. Stress can lead to substance abuse. It can and often does contribute to domestic violence and the list goes on. One of the main contributors to stress is worry."
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