New Sermon Series for Spring 2018

To read Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, most of us turn to the Gospel of Matthew. But Luke also records the sermon in his Gospel, and there are several differences. In the English Standard translation, Matthew’s version is around five hundred words longer. He includes several memorable parts that Luke

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Essentials

Every structure has some parts that can be removed, while others are essential. Take away one stone in an old archway and the whole thing will come crashing down. When you look at Christianity today, it can be difficult to determine what parts are essential, what parts are open to

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New Sanctuary Art for 2018

For the past two years, we have decorated our sanctuary at Calvary East in ways that reinforce the main themes we have covered in our study of God’s Word. In 2016, we explored Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. So, our display featured waves and curves in bright spring colors on

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2017: A Year to Shine

Thursday, December 28, 2017 Almost every sermon I shared with our church family in 2017 tied into the idea of shining in the darkness. As we celebrated our 10th anniversary last January, it seemed fitting to focus on this concept that captures our mission and is even displayed in our

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Online Giving Now Available

In addition to giving cash or checks in our Sunday morning worship services, you now have the option of making donations online. Why? Many people rarely use cash or checks, so this service simply makes giving more convenient. With this service you can donate to Calvary East anywhere anytime. If

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“Standing Firm” E-book Now Available

Standing Firm, our 7-part study of the history, biblical basis, and practical relevance of essential truths from the Protestant Reformation, is now available in one free E-book on Issuu.com. You can read it below or view it on your phone or tablet by downloading Issuu’s free app.  

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New Series Begins November 12

We’re always looking for the latest, greatest thing to add a little excitement to life. But those experiences never really satisfy. They’re a weak substitute for the wonder and awe that flow from knowing God and his plans. The opening chapters of the Gospel of Luke introduce us to people

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