The Voice of the Church

With the elections around the corner, Americans were glued to their televisions on Monday, September 26, 2016––to watch the first of three Presidential debates.   As if tuning into a boxing match, we watched as Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump politely came out of their corners, touched gloves, so to speak, before they began punching. A […]

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Marriage Matters

No matter what society has to say these days––marriage matters! Marriage is one of mankind’s joys.  It was created by God, perfectly designed to bring together a man and women in an unbreakable holy union.  Adam exclaimed in utter delight at the sight of his perfectly created female helper––this is now bone of my bones […]

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GOT PEACE?

When we think of peace we envision––leaving our problems behind us, heading out to a beautiful vacation spot and lazily soaking in the sun on a sandy beach.  Another dreamy scene might be relaxing carefree on a small boat, floating down a slow moving river, with a gentle breeze that wafts over your face. Sounds […]

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Righteous Remnant

Remnant is a word that has been increasingly mentioned in recent sermons here at Calvary Chapel Golden Springs.  The word remnant is commonly used of a small piece of leftover fabric or carpet.  In the Bible, a remnant had to do with a small group of righteous people who survived out of a larger one.  […]

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Pivotal Prayer

The last couple of weeks we have spoken about literacy and leadership. Both need to be fully developed in our Christian walk if we are to be effective and fruitful believers. Another daily exercise that is essential to a Christian’s spiritual walk is prayer. What is prayer? It should be just as important as our […]

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Are you a leader?

Spinning off last week’s question, are you an illiterate and distracted Christian? I would like to bring another important query for our readers to think about, are you a leader? While you are thinking about that, can you respond to another question, are leaders born or are they made? This was the key question that […]

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Cut the Valentine Candy

Political correctness and tolerance took a new and disturbing turn this month.  The principal of Bruce Vento Elementary School in St. Paul, Minnesota, took it upon himself to ban Valentine’s Day!  Yes, you heard me correctly! He banned students from celebrating the famed February 14. A day on American calendars set aside to express love […]

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Political Storm Arising

As predicted, winter storm Jonas unleashed blizzards of snow that blanketed the Eastern states white. The storm dumped over two feet of snow in some states, reaching comparable records of snowfall from previous years and was responsible for a number of accidents and deaths. While in the Southern states, the weather brought a string of […]

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