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    Pastor Mike and Becky GannNearly two thousand years ago a crowd gathered at the foot of a Roman cross to see a man who claimed to be the Son of    God crucified. There were many people, many questions, and even many doubts; yet, in the end a Roman Centurion said it best, Truly this was the Son of God!

     

    We gather at Calvary the Cross, recognizing Jesus Christ as the Son of God, our Savior! We rejoice in His life, His completed work on the cross, and His resurrection, which all give us the hope of eternal life with Him! If you have any questions about our fellowship or a relationship with Jesus, please contact the church office to speak with Pastor Mike.

Selah   stop and ponder this . . .

In the New Testament, Lord is the most frequently used title for Jesus Christ. Although we rarely use this term in our daily lives, we are all quite familiar with another word: boss. That is basically what Lord means—one possessing authority, power, and control.

The realm of Christ's reign covers everything that happens in heaven and on the earth. No one—not even those who deny His existence—can be free of His rule or outside His sphere of authority. Although Satan tries to convince us that liberty is found in doing what we want, true freedom is acquired only through submission to Christ's loving lordship Have you submitted to Christ's rule over your life? His authority causes anger or fear in individuals who have not yet yielded to Him, but those who have experienced His lovingkindness, trusted in His goodness, and surrendered to His authority take comfort in knowing Him as the Lord of their lives. 

 

Charles Stanley

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Where To Find Us

Our Sunday church services are located at CowTown - 15950 Van Buren Blvd, Riverside

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     May 1st  “Living A Full Christian Life"

Ezekial 47:1-12