Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2012’

A Culture of Care

We are excited to be improving the way that we care for people in our church family. We are doing this by creating a “Culture of Care”. You can help us do this by filling out a need request for someone on the connect card in your bulletin, and dropping it in the box on the counter in connect central …

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Watch this Celebrate Recovery testimony from Chris to hear what God has done.

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What Makes Us Happy

From a rickshaw puller navigating through the streets of Calcutta, to a devastated and displaced family in a Sudanese refuge camp in Sothern Sudan; from the affluent on most expensive street in the world-5th avenue, to a single mom working two jobs; from a college student graduating to the next stage of life, to an old person graduating to the …

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Above All, Love Each Other

Why we need a culture of care at Calvary Tabernacle 1 Peter 4:8 “Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.” In October of 2012 I wanted us to look at how our care ministry was working and how our church was caring for each other. The honest answer was that we could do …

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Uganda 2012

I would like to thank Calvary Tabernacle for giving me the opportunity to travel to Uganda and be a part of what God is doing there. Judy and I both consider ourselves to be blessed with the responsibility of heading up Uganda for GO Missions. Our 2012 trip consisted with Calvary Tabernacles existing partners and developing future strategies for Uganda. …

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How does Jesus come to Newtown?

We do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize . . . but one who in every respect has been tested as we are. (Hebrews 4:15) Mass murder is why Jesus came into the world the way he did. What kind of Savior do we need when our hearts are shredded by brutal loss? We need a …

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