Posts from March 2012
Calvary is sad to announce that Pastor Jim Lancaster our Senior Adult Pastor for over a decade and faithful minister of the gospel for more than 50 years passed away Saturday morning March 31.
Well this week ends our spiritual growth campaign, but it doesn’t end your lifelong journey of discovering dynamic life. We’ve learned about the 7 disciplines of dynamic life, but these aren’t lessons you just check off and then move on to something else. These are lifelong habits that we continue to help you grow into spiritual maturity
This one-year Bible reading plan is a great guide to get started or continue your habit of reading and studying the Bible.
This is the final week of our Discover Dynamic Life campaign. We’ve learned the 7 disciplines for spiritual growth. I hope it has been a rewarding and helpful journey for you. This weekend we covered the final discipline and it is the key to keeping it all going. It is the discipline of contagiously influencing others.
You are never more like God than when you give. God is the greatest giver of all and everything God made is designed to give, including you! I’ve never met someone who was a generous giver who wasn’t happy, and I’ve never met a stingy, greedy person that really was happy. Generous giving and generous living is a key to dynamic life. That’s why the 6th discipline of dynamic life is to invest in God’s kingdom.
You were made to worship! This past weekend we talked abut worship. You will worship something, but dynamic life comes when you worship God. That’s why the 5th discipline of dynamic life is to magnify God with passion.
It's so good to hear reports about how God is working in people's lives through our Discover Dynamic Life series. Here are some exciting testimonies from one group.
This weekend we talked about how Jesus calls us to a different approach to life. Instead of our natural selfish preoccupation Jesus challenges us to find greatness in serving others. This is the 4th discipline necessary for growing in dynamic life. You must actively serve others.