Estate Design Seminars
Thurs, March 21 | 2:00 & 7:00 PM (Free)
Family finance from a biblical perspective
Estate Design SeminarsEstate Design Seminars
Thursday, March 21
2:00 & 7:00 PM, Room 401"So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." — 2 Corinthians 4:18When preparing financial plans, it is important to consider both the current and eternal perspectives. Our semi-annual seminars are focused on future planning and key components of estate design in light of God's Word. In addition to addressing typical concerns, you will be invited to ask yourself — what would the Lord have me do? Objectives include:
- Strengthening — not straining — family relationships
- Taking an all-encompassing approach
- Care & guardianship of minor children
- Avoiding negative impacts on beneficiaries
- Tax considerations
- Achieving greatest Kingdom impact
There is NO cost for the seminar, and the process is absolutely confidential. You’ll benefit no matter your stage of life—whether you’re starting a family or reviewing plans as an empty-nester. Either update your current will and estate plan or get started now.
Choose the 2:00 PM or 7:00 PM session. Walk-ins are welcome.
The Transformation of the Gospel
Sunday mornings, 9:45 AM
3/24: Christian Citizenship
Romans: The Defense of the Gospel
Join us on Sundays at 9:45 AM for this powerful message series by Pastor John Munro.
NEW! Browse or download the study guide for Part 4: The Transformation of the Gospel (Chapters 12–16) (sermons start January 6) or click on any of the images to review previous guides.
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Many people have a distorted view of "the Gospel.” What is the Gospel? How is it relevant? What difference (if any) does it make in our lives?
The overwhelming theme of the book of Romans is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To study Romans is to learn the central doctrines of authentic Christianity and how to apply it to our lives in a practical way. Do you know the power of the Gospel?
"For I am not ashamed of the Gospel for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes" (Romans 1:16).
The Life of David
Sunday evenings, 6 PM
3/24: "David's Fall"
The Life of David
An evening series from Pastor Munro
Sundays, 6:00 PM
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David is one of the outstanding characters of the Bible. The young man who was a shepherd became Israel’s greatest king, the only person described in Scripture as “a man after God’s own heart” (1 Samuel 13:14, Acts 13:22).
For many of us as children, David and Goliath was our favorite Bible story, but did you realize that there is more detail about David than any other person in the Old Testament? And of all Old Testament figures, he is mentioned most frequently in the New Testament.
Our Lord Jesus Christ is identified as “the son of David” (Matthew 1:1) and states “I am the root and the descendant of David, the bright morning star” (Revelation 22:16).
Clearly, David is someone we need to know! Scripture paints a realistic portrait of a great man with many successes, but also flaws and failures. How encouraging for all of us as followers of Christ!
Join us on Sundays at 6:00 PM as Pastor John Munro continues this study on the life of David. Learn how you can be a person after God’s own heart!
Senior Adult Luncheon
Thursday, March 28
Senior Adult Luncheon
Thursday, March 28 | 12:00–1:30 PM
Come enjoy sweet fellowship, a delicious lunch, and a delightful musical program by Calvary's own Chelsea Hathaway and some of her students.
Lunch Tickets & Reservations
Register to attend by March 21. Or purchase tickets in the Word Room on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Sundays. We also sell tickets one Sunday each month in the Galleria. Cost: $7
Arrive early at 11:00 AM to attend a free Calvary organ concert in the Sanctuary. In March, Lee Northcutt, will present the concert.
Upcoming Luncheon Dates:
June 13 — season finale
Spring Bible Study Electives
Wednesdays: April 3 – May 15
Register now for new classes!Spring Bible Study ElectivesWednesdays, 6:30–8:00 PM | April 3 & 10, May 1–15Elective courses meet on Wednesdays right after Fellowship Dinner in the Crown Room. It's the same schedule as Awana for kids and IGNITE for students — so it's easy to make it a family night!
Check out the NEW courses below for our spring semester! Please register in advance so we may prepare for you. We'd love to see you!
Creation: A Journey to the Beginning of Time, Part 1
Banquet Room | Dr. John Trent
Have you ever questioned the conflicting information on God's creation between scientists and what the Bible teaches? Have you considered the sights and sounds that accompanied God’s creative acts? Bring your Bible and join us on this exciting voyage as we explore God’s six days of creation and His redemptive plan for humankind. Scientific demonstrations will supplement our study. (Part 2 of this course will commence in Fall 2019)
Discovering God's Will
Room 402 | Pastor Jim Pile
God has a personal vision for your life, and He wants you to know it even more than you do. But determining God's will can be a difficult process, especially when you need to make a decision in a hurry. This class will help you through the important steps of decision making, pursuing God's will, seeking counsel from others, learning to use discernment, and understanding the mind of God through Scripture as you seek His will.
Jonah: God’s Love for the Nations
Room 233 | Pastor Rodney Navey & Marc Marten
Join us for a verse by verse exposition of the book of Jonah. We’ll study the background, context, and historical setting of the prophet Jonah and his ministry. We’ll also make application to life, family, and our responsibility to reach the world with God’s love.
Philippians: Joyful Life in Christ
Room 238 | Pastor Jim Cashwell
Paul knew, as did the Philippians, that true joy comes only through humble faith in the saving work of Jesus Christ, joining ourselves in harmony with His followers, and serving others in the name of Christ. This was the life experienced by the Philippian believers, and it is a life available to us today. Come join us in this study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians.
Jesus Among Secular Gods
Room 237 | Sibu Rajappan
Jesus of Nazareth claimed to be “the way, truth, and life”. The leading exponent of all religions also claims to be the way to eternal life. This presents an insurmountable difficulty to talk about the exclusivity of Christ. This class will teach you how to explain why Jesus is the only way and share the Gospel in this increasingly pluralistic world.
Single & Parenting, Part 2
Conference Room A | Debbie Bordwine & Greg Goodlett
This continuing class focuses on the problems that single parents face such as helping your hurting child, strategies to encourage children to obey their parents, handing visitation, dealing with tight budgets, making time for restoration for the single parent, and finding emotional and spiritual strength through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Spiritual Gifts & Their Place within the Body of Christ
Room 226 | Pastor Nathaniel Pearce
What are spiritual gifts? Why were they given, and how are they to be used? What spiritual gifts do you have and how is your church benefiting from them? This class will study the gifts given to the Church, help attendees discover their gifts and provide ways their gifts can be employed within the Body of Christ.
Spanish Bible Study – 1 Juan
Room 227 | Bill Ogden
"These things I have written...so that you may know that you have eternal life." These words found in 1 John offer us confidence in our salvation. Before writing them, the apostle described the characteristics of a true follower of Christ. This study will look at the basis of our confidence and eternal life.
Estas cosas os he escrito…para que sepáis que tenéis vida eterna.” Estas palabras encontradas en 1 Juan nos ofrecen confianza en nuestra salvación. Antes de escribirlas, el apóstol describió las características de un verdadero seguidor de Cristo. En nuestra clase estudiaremos los fundamentos de nuestra confianza y la vida eterna.
Wednesday Evening Prayer and Praise
Prayer Room (3rd Floor) | Paul Hundrieser
Gather with us to pray for our church, our community, our nation, and our world. We meet continually throughout the year.
Questions about Bible study electives?Contact: Pastor Nathaniel Pearce, 704.341.5424, firstname.lastname@example.orgDebbie Bordwine, email@example.com