Tuesday, November 30, 2010

God Is On The Front Line

The LORD, He it is that doth go before thee; He will be with thee, He will not fail thee, neither forsake thee: fear not, neither be dismayed. Deuteronomy 31:8

In the presence of a great work or a great warfare, here is a text which should help us to buckle on our harness. If Jehovah Himself goes before us, it must be safe to follow. Who can obstruct our progress if the LORD Himself is in the van? Come, brother soldiers, let us make a prompt advance! Why do we hesitate to pass on to victory?

Nor is the LORD before us only; He is with us. Above, beneath, around, within is the omnipotent, omnipresent One. In all time, even to eternity, He will be with us even as He has been. How this should nerve our arm! Dash at it boldly, ye soldiers of the cross, for the LORD of hosts is with us!

Being before us and with us, He will never withdraw His help. He cannot fail in Himself, and He will not fail toward us. He will continue to help us according to our need, even to the end. As He cannot fail us, so He will not forsake us. He will always be both able and willing to grant us strength and succor till fighting days are gone.
Let us not fear nor be dismayed; for the LORD of hosts will go down to the battle with us, will bear the brunt of the fight, and give us the victory.



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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Another step of faith at Calvary SJC

Today our fellowship took another step of faith, for the first time we had three Sunday morning services. We had a lot of time in prayer leading up to it. Saturday night I did not sleep well. Most of my family has been sick this last week. My wife was really sick over Thanksgiving and still was able to bless our family with an amazing meal. As Sunday was getting closer i started to feel some of the symptoms coming on. Then at about 3am Sunday morning I woke up with severe pain in my face around my cheek bones. Its sounds funny, but face hurt. It hurt to the point that I could no longer sleep. Apparently the virus was moving from my throat up to my sinus cavity. My wife was gracious enough at that hour to pray for me. I was able fall back asleep for about forty five minutes.
As I prayed I felt like this was spiritual warfare. When I arrived at church early this morning I did not have any more pain. Thank you Lord! Our services today were a blessing. It seemed very natural to have three services, it seems as though the Lord is leading us.

Its kind of cool because the church seems small again, and I feel as though I can connect with all our folks easier. And also it provides another chance for us to grow. It also gives others a chance to serve the Lord. I am excited to see what the Lord will do. I can remember only three years ago when the thought of 3 services was not a thought at all. The Lord is so faithful I long to see more people reached with the gospel. Thanks for all your support and prayers. Love you guys! PJ

Friday, November 26, 2010

Are You Running From God?

Jonah is a story in the Bible that many people are familiar with. There are many valuable lessons found within it. This morning I will mention a few. In Jonah 1:1 the Lord called Jonah to go to the city of Nineveh and preach. Rather then obey Gods call, Jonah ran from God's call. In fact he ran in the complete opposite direction. God's call upon our lives is not something to run from, but to respond to. When we run from the call of God it indicates that we are not trusting God. We assume our plans are better than His. Yet God loves us deeply, and His plans are far better than anything we could come up with.
As Jonah began to run the Bible says he,"went down". He went down to the harbor found a ship to board. He then Went Down into that ship. He would eventually Go Down into the depths of the ocean. When a person runs from God it is always the way down. Sadly some only continue to go down. It's worth noting that when Jonah went to board a ship that he thought would solve His problems by taking him far away from God, a ship was available. The devil knows when a person is running from God. He will always have a vessel of death for you to board. For some it is the vessel of worldly pleasure. Always in search of a good time, good vibes,great experiences, just,"loving life", without really knowing where real life is found. A narcissistic way of living that keeps you inoculated to what reality is. For others it's the "love boat of relationships." No one wants to be alone we say, and under this premise, we search for someone to fill this aching loneliness we feel. Then you give more and more of yourself away until your all used up and broken. You see the interesting thing is it says,"Jonah paid the fare" Jonah 1:3. This is the thing that most people do not realize or consider. Running from Gods love and mercy and amazing plan for your life comes at a high price. Oh some may live there whole life unscathed from the pain of this world, yet the price they will pay for eternity is beyond devastating. May I encourage you today to realize Jesus already paid the fare for our salvation on Calvary's cross. His plans for you are good. He doesn't not want to ruin you, but bless you. Will you go His way or your own?

Blessings PJ

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Mountains Turned To Plains

Mountains Turned to Plains

Who art thou, O great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain; and he shall bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it
Zechariah 4:

At this hour a mountain of difficulty, distress, or necessity may be in our way, and natural reason sees no path over it, or through it, or round it. Let faith come in, and straightway the mountain disappears and becomes a plain. But faith must first hear the word of the LORD--"Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith the LORD of hosts." This grand truth is a prime necessity for meeting the insurmountable trials of life.

I see that I can do nothing and that all reliance on man is vanity. "Not by might." I see that no visible means can be relied on, but the force is in the invisible Spirit. God alone must work, and men and means must be nothing accounted of. If it be so that the Almighty God takes up the concerns of His people, then great mountains are nothing. He can remove worlds as boys toss balls about or drive them with their foot. This power He can lend to me. If the LORD bids me move an Alp I can do it through His name. It may be a great mountain, but even before my feebleness it shall become a plain; for the LORD hath said it. What can I be afraid of with God on my side?

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Thanksliving

When it comes to being thankful where do you begin? There are not enough pages to write down the things I am grateful for. To begin I am above and beyond thankful for my Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. To think of where I was when He found me, and where His grace has brought me, is overwhelming. I do not deserve the very least of His blessings. I have been given what i do not deserve. Salvation, grace,love, mercy, peace, provision.. And the list goes on and on. For my wife of almost 19yrs. Our four kids, our family and church family. I am so grateful this morning.
The Bible encourages us to be thankful. In everything give thanks. Not just one day out of the year, but every day we live. It is not simply "Thanksgiving"; the holiday, but "Thanksliving" the life. Praying you enjoy your day and don't get too stuffed! :o) Blessings PJ

Monday, November 22, 2010

Flourishing or Withering

Ezekiel 19:13 Now it is planted in the desert, in a dry and thirsty land. 14 Fire spread from one of its main branches and consumed its fruit. No strong branch is left on it fit for a ruler s scepter.

In Ezekiel chapter 19, the prophet is reflecting upon the nation of Israel's condition in the past. Formerly she was flourishing. At one time extremely fruitful in the land. The reason was due to her connection to God. As long as Israel chose to abide in the Lord she was blessed abundantly. At the same time, the Lord had warned the nation that if they turned away from Him, the consequences would be devastating. Sadly in time she forgot about her Savior and she turned away from the Lord to idols. What followed was a process of withering.
Now the prophet Ezekiel draws a comparison to what Israel was in the past and what she was at the present. Once planted in good soil,bearing fruit. Yet now in a dry and thirsty land. At one time she had branches that were sturdy bearing precious fruits. Now all the fruit had been consumed. The branches were so weak and brittle, that not even one could be used to make a rulers scepter. As you read this chapter it is a powerful warning to us. As long as we continue to abide in the Lord, and walk in obedience to His commands we will remain fruitful. Even during the seasons of life that are dry,we will not wither. At the same time what happened to the nation of Israel can happen to anyone who turns from the truth.
This is always the end result of life that turns from the Lord. At one time walking with the Lord, bearing spiritual fruit, now withered, bitter, and cynical. Perhaps you know people in this condition. Maybe your there yourself. It's not too late to once again sink your roots deep into the love of God. The Lord exhorted His people to turn and live. To come back to Him. And if they would respond they would be restored.

If you have time read John 15. Have a blessed day...PJ

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Praying for the Rain

James 5:17-18 Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he prayed earnestly that it would not rain; and it did not rain on the land for three years and six months. And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth produced its fruit.

The Lord had judged the nation of Israel for their continued rebellion. The judgment that came was a severe drought that lasted 31/2yrs. The prophet Elijah challenged King Ahab to a stand off with the false prophets of Baal on Mt. Carmel. During this confrontation both parties built altars to their God. They determined that the God that answered with fire would be the true God. When the false prophets of Baal had exhausted themselves with pointless praying to a false God that could not answer, Elijah prayed. When he prayed the one true God answered by fire. The people responded with shouts of praise that the God of Elijah was the one true God.
Then Elijah began to pray for rain. The land had withered physically, but the people were more than parched spiritually. Elijah got down on his knees and began to cry out to God. Meanwhile he had instructed his servant to keep his eyes on the horizon to look for rain clouds. The Bible records that 6 times Elijah prayed with no apparent result, yet he did not give up. Why? For one thing he had seen God miraculously sustain him over the last three years, as ravens brought him food, and a tiny brook supplied him with water in drought. Furthermore he had just seen the fire of God come down from heaven. He believed that God answers prayer.
Then it happened the 7th time he prayed, his servant came back with the word, " there is the cloud the size of a mans hand in the distance." Elijah gets off his knees declaring that there was an abundance of rain on it's way. I am so amazed when I read this. Not one single drop had fallen. What if the cloud blew away before it arrived? Elijah knew this was the Lord. He had an amazingly clear perspective that others did not have. He could see what others couldn't. I believe the reason was because he was a man of prayer.
What are your seeking God for at this moment? Perhaps you have prayed four times, or six months and there doesn't seem to be an answer. Don't stop praying. There is the sound of the abundance of rain in the distance, God is about to move powerfully.


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Friday, November 19, 2010

College Group

We finished the book of James in our college group tonight. What a blessing it is to gather with these young people on Friday nights and go through the Word of God. It is such a joy for Michelle and I to be able to spend time with them and pour into them the Love of Jesus.
The evening begins with dinner, then we have prayer, worship and a time in the Word. Its a great way to end a long day. Now to get ready for Sunday! Blessings PJ

Running a Race

Hebrews 12:1 Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily hinders our progress. And let us run with endurance the race that God has set before us. (NLT)

In Hebrews chapter 12 we are to that the Christian life is likened to a race that we run. In order to run affectively we need endurance. The race we run is long distance. We are running to glory. There is a course mapped out for us by Jesus. There are things that will impede our progress. There are things that will cause us to stumble and fall. Sin is a sure way to not finish your race well. Compromise with the world is a definite hindrance to your spiritual stamina. Therefore the writer of Hebrews exhorts us to "strip off" anything that would slow us down.
The runners in ancient times would wear next to nothing in order that they could run faster. They would train vigorously in order to compete and win the victors crown. Imagine a long distance runner carrying a mountain hiking backpack as he attempted to run. He may be able to run for a short time but eventually he will have to stop.
Yet some today seek to run the race of life carrying all they can. Some will live in sin and seek to run the race for the Lord. They don't realize they are running the wrong direction and that they are not even on the right path. Then there are those who run with the weights of the world tied to them. They name the name Christ yet at the same time they are embracing and feeding upon many of the delicacies of the world that sap their endurance.
Let's ask ourselves the question this morning. Don't you want to finish well? Don't you want to run hard? Paul said "run to win". Due to the weights and sin we can carry we only run to run. Man, I want to finish well. I want to run the race faithfully. I want to hear my savior say" well done good and faithful servant."

Is there anything today that you need put aside that is hindering you from running your race?

Blessings. PJ

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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Night at the Avo Theater

Tonight was my friend Joe Henschel's CD release party at the Avo Theater in Vista, CA. I met Joe for the first time many years ago when he was in jr. high, when I worked at Calvary Chapel Vista. Now he is grown up, married, and a great musician.  I had the privilege of writing one of the  songs with Joe on his latest CD.  Joe also collaborated with Evan Wickham,who played keys tonight. Also our dear friend Alison,  from our worship team, sang an incredible duet with Joe.
Singing tonight brought back a lot of great memories. There was a time in my life when I felt that music was the direction the Lord was taking me. I loved to write music, and play music. Yet there came a point when God changed my course slightly. Don't get me wrong, I still love to worship the Lord with all my heart, but its been some time since i have written and "performed" anything. All I can say is I was inspired tonight to pick my guitar back up and write some more. Who knows maybe one of these days I will get some music out there. I have been talking about it forever, and even seeking to make a few attempts here and there. 
Suffice it to say Joe has a New CD out and its awesome. 

If you would like to get a hold of Joe Henschel's Latest CD or about how to see him live, you can go to his website... night gang...PJ




Potters House

In the book of Jeremiah the Lord encouraged the prophet to go down to a potter's house and observe him working with the clay. Then the Lord said to Jeremiah, ""O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter?" says the LORD. "Look, as the clay is in the potter's hand, so are you in My hand, O house of Israel!" The Lord is the potter and Israel is the clay. Last night we had the privilege of observing a real life demonstration of this by Mike and Pam Rozell, of Pottersfield Ministries. 
Pastor Mike showed us how that the Lord is the potter and that He is molding and shaping our lives. The potter knows what He is making. The clay is unaware of the potters plan. The potter lovingly and consistently spins the clay and shapes it within his hands. The clay is to yield to the touch of the potter. We were reminded that we are God's workmanship created in Christ Jesus. The Lord started the work in us and He will be faithful to complete it. At one point in the presentation Mike began to take out the "gunk" within the pot. He and his wife Pam explained how this is the work that the Lord does within our hearts. Although I had seen the presentation before, the Lord ministered to me in a fresh way. He reminded me of His love for me. I understood that He is not done with me. It also reminded me of the power of God to change a life that is hardened by sin, and can be softened by the Word. If you ever get a chance to see Mike and Pam go, you will be radically blessed. I think they posted the video archive on our website. Also you can go to their website and get more information. 

Hey, if you are feeling today like you are spinning on the potter's wheel wondering what is taking place, rest assured the hands that are molding and shaping you are nail pierced hands. Which means they are hands of love.  Have a blessed day! PJ

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Sharing With A Captive Audience

I am reading the book of Ezekiel at the present time, chapters 3-5. Ezekiel's ministry was not easy. The Lord called him to minister to those who had rebelled against the Lord. Because of this they were not all that excited to hear from the prophet who represented the Lord. Yet the Lord reassured His prophet that He had prepared Him for this work. The Lord said that He would make Ezekiel's forehead like flint. In order that Ezekiel could faithfully proclaim the truth in the face of opposition.
As Ezekiel went down to where the captives were stationed, the first thing that he did was sit with them. In sitting with them he got a clear perspective on what they were going through. That is always a good thing to do in order to have some idea of who you are ministering to. Sit with them, listen to them,see what is truly going on. Then you will be able to affectively assist them.
The house of Israel was dying. The leadership had faltered, as a result the people followed suite. It was a difficult situation. Yet in that hour, God raised up Ezekiel to minister to the captives. To speak to the remnant. To be a watchmen to warn the people.
Perhaps today the Lord may send us to those who are captives of sin. They are suffering the consequences of decisions that they have made. If God calls you, go to them, sit with them, speak to them Gods Word. Do not condemn them, love them with the love of Jesus.
Have a blessed day.PJ

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Never Alone

I am in the Sacramento area tonight filling in for a pastor friend of mine who is presently on a missions trip to Africa. It's exciting because my younger sister is also on that trip. Keep them in prayer. I am blessed to be back at this fellowship. It is the church of one of my favorite bible teachers and my former high school youth pastor. Would you lift me up in prayer tonight if you think about it. I want to represent our Lord humbly and faithfully. I desire to be a blessing to the congregation here. I don't want to simply teach another Bible study, I need the Lord Jesus to be here tonight. I need the anointing that only His Holy Spirit can provide. Speaking of the Holy Spirit while flying on the airplane I had a chance to do a little reading. I revisited a book I have read before. A book by R.A. Torrey on the work of the Holy Spirit.
In the first chapter he wrote that when a person begins to understand that the Holy Spirit is a person it has an amazing impact on their life. One thing that stood out to me today was the relationship we have with the Holy Spirit. He is always with us. When I comprehend His presence it is a great deterrent to sin. I love the Lord and therefore I would never want to do anything to jeopardize this love relationship. I also am blessed to know that i am not alone. It should bring tremendous joy to your heart today Christian to know that you are not alone. The Lord promised to be with us by His Holy Spirit even to the end of the age.

Thanks for your prayers!

PJ
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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Surf

Open Doors

As I continue to prepare for our services tomorrow I read a marvelous quote. It was taken from the scripture that declares God opens the doors no man can shut and shuts the doors that no man can open..Rev.3
" God opens doors for ministry and ministers today. "I would like to bear witness that I have proved this Philadelphian promise of the open door through years of ministry and it has never failed. Promotion does not come from the south, east, or west, but from God; and if we commit our way unto Him and trust Him, He will bring it to pass . . . God's man is not dependent on religious talent scouts nor is his ministry in the hand of ecclesiastical officials. His headquarters is heaven and his itinerary is made up by the Lord of the Open Door." (Havner)

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Friday, November 12, 2010

Amazed Again

Amazed! I don't know why I am, I really shouldn't be. What am I amazed about you ask ? I am continually astounded at how the Lord works in ways that go beyond my ability to comprehend. Specifically, how He confirms His will and purposes for our lives when we seek Him.
I am blown away by the power of Gods Word. I am dumbfounded at the working of the Holy Spirit. At the present I am to stand in faith believing that what God has promised He is able to perform. Like Habakuk in the tower, I will wait for the word the Lord will speak, and the direction He will give. Like Ruth waiting for Boaz to fulfill His promise, I wait for my greater than Boaz to work on my behalf. Like Abraham and Sarah waiting for the arrival of Isaac, I wait upon my Lord. Like David dwelling in Hebron, serving in Judah I will wait for the fulfillment of Gods promise.
I want to say that it is good to be reminded today that the Lord is working. And that although time can go by, it is no cause to doubt that the Lord will do what He has said. It is encouraging to know that you are on the right track, and that the Lord remains faithful even when we are faithless. Keep believing as you walk by faith and not by sight.....P.J


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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Better Than Anything


Currently I am reading through the book of Hebrews devotionally. Wow, amazing!!! The writer of Hebrews emphasizes how great Jesus truly is. He does so by drawing comparisons. He points out that Jesus is "BETTER THAN".
Jesus is better than the angels. Although angels are Gods ministering spirits to assist the believer they are in no way on the same level with Jesus.
Jesus is better than the old sacrificial system. The sacrificial system opened up a way for man to approach God. Yet the sacrificial system was limited. For it could only cover sin, it could not remove sin. When Jesus came he was able to not only to cover our sins, but to remove our sins. Thus Jesus is SOOOO much better. Jesus is better than the former priesthood of the Old Covenant. The former high priest not only had to atone for sins of the people, but also for his own sins. As our High Priest, Jesus was without sin. He was not only the high priest offering up the sacrifice, but He is also the sacrifice. Mind boggling? i know... Jesus is the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. What does all this mean?
It means because of what Jesus has done, our sins our forgiven. It means we have access to the throne room of grace. It means we have the glorious hope of heaven. I echo with a joyous cry of the writer of Hebrews, that "JESUS IS BETTER," HE IS BETTER THAN ANYTHING.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Letters to the 7 Churches


On Sundays we are studying the book of Revelation. Presently we are looking at the 7 letters to the churches in chapters 2-3. Jesus gave a specific word that each church needed to hear. It has been a radical time of study for me personally. As I look at each letter it gives me a chance to look at my own life. I believe that through the examination of these letters to the church the Lord has been moving in our own church by His Holy Spirit. It is a joy to see folks come with Bibles in hand ready to study Gods Word. The Lord tells in Revelation that there is a blessing attached to everyone who will hear, read and apply the book to their lives. It is my prayer that our church will continue to receive that blessing that has been promised. Have a good night.. PJ

Monday, November 8, 2010

Alive from the Dead



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Last Thursday felt like a summer day. The sun was shining, and the ocean was glassy. Because our kids had a half day of school my wife took them to the beach. The children were having a great time being in the water in November. Then all of the sudden an older man, around the age of 52, came out of the water with surfboard in hand. He started to stumble, and then collapsed on the beach. He did not get up. A youth pastor and his wife ran to the mans aid. Then a young 20yr. old girl began to perform mouth to mouth resuscitation. the next person to arrive on the scene was my wife Michelle. Jay Campbell had a heart attack. Suddenly everyone went into action. There were many believers on the beach that day they started praying. Two surfers arrived taking turns with heart compressions to start Jay's unresponsive heart. For fifteen minutes they pressed upon Jays chest. Then two lifeguards arrived, who were Christians, working frantically to revive this man. Jay's body had turned blue, and his frame began to swell. Finally the paramedics arrived and found that there was no pulse, Jay was dead. They took out the defibrillator and charged his body three separate times, and established a weak pulse. Then they whisked him away to the hospital. As the ambulance pulled away a group of Christians gathered on the beach to pray for Jays life.
My wife assumed that Jay was dead. It was a traumatic experience, to say the least. Following the women's Bible study Friday morning, Michelle received a text from a friend who was on the beach with her, Jay was alive. A man who was formerly dead on the beach was brought back to life. We were overcome with amazement.
Following our services Sunday morning, Michelle and I went to see Jay in the ICU unit. He was sitting up. We met his wife and two daughters. It turns out Jay was also a Christian. My wife was able to recount the details on the day he died and how God had spared his life. We then had the privilege of praying with the family. My wife said that this experience, " has changed her life." I realize that life is short and God holds our very breath in His hands.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

CCWLC 2010 In His Presence


This years worship leaders conference was a tremendous blessing. Tuesday night for me was a real highlight. In approaching the theme of "In His Presence" it is somewhat intimidating. The reason if that the Lord is omnipresent. He is everywhere at once. His is so incredibly vast. I felt led to speak upon accessing the presence of God through prayer.
Prayer is the doorway into the presence of the Lord. Jesus invites us to come before the throne of grace, and through prayer I enter into His courts praise and thanksgiving. I come before my King humbly yet confidently because of the finished work of Jesus on my behalf. Following our time in the Word of God we had a time of applying what we learned in worship and waiting on the Lord.
My friend Evan Wickham led in worship. During our time together we had a time of directed prayer. There was a time of praising the Lord for who He is. Then a time of confession and making things right with the Lord. Followed by an opportunity to pray for a fresh outpouring of Gods Spirit upon us. It was such a blessing. Times of refreshment truly came from the presence of the Lord that night. Thanks to all who prayed for us this week. Our prayers were answered. The Lord is faithful. Also we were able to make the new devotional book A Daily Walk available to all our friends. Love you guys.. PJ

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Accessing Gods Presence through Prayer


I am presently at the worship leaders conference. Worship was amazing last night. Pastor Brian Broderson shared a powerful message about the presence of the Lord. He taught that we need to have a desire for the presence of the Lord. That we should ask for the presence of the Lord. And that by faith we can expect God to meet with us. He also taught what we can find in the presence of the Lord. There is fullness of joy in the presence of the Lord. There are times of refreshing that come from the presence of the Lord. There is a proper perspective that we gain when coming into the presence of the Lord. It was a fantastic message.
Today starts another day. Bob Caldwell will be speaking, then later on Jack Hibbs. I will be sharing this evening. I believe I will be sharing on accessing the presence of God through prayer.
Pray that you are having a blessed day. I will let you know how things go..

Monday, November 1, 2010

New service,website, book release


Worship Conference: Good morning! Hope your Monday is starting off well. I am headed to the Worship Leaders conference today at Murrietta. I am excited to see what the Lord has for us. I will be teaching Tuesday night, I could use some prayer for that. I need to hear from Jesus on what to share. http://ccwlc.cccm.com/

3rd Service Also I wanted to let you know if you have not heard that we announced yesterday at church that we are adding a 3rd service on Sunday morning. We have had some issues with parking for a little while now. The leadership spent time in prayer and sensed the Lord leading us to take a step of faith. Starting November 28th, services will be held at 7:45am, 9:30am, 11:15am. please keep us in prayer. If you would like to help serve we could use it..

Website: I am pleased to announce CCSJC new website is up and running. I really like the new design. It makes it easier for us to keep the content updated. We still have live streaming and archiving, and all that we had before. This site is much easier for the staff to manage. I think it represents the church really well. I am especially excited about the missionary pages.

Book Release: After much effort the book is completed. A Daily Walk 180 day devotional will be offered starting Sunday Nov.14th, at CCSJC. Also we will have copies available at the worship leaders conference this week. The book will also be able to be purchased via our new updated website this week www.adailywalk.org. Also the book will be available for downloads via epub. meaning you can read it on your kindle, or other electronic readers ipad. Calvary Distribution will also be carrying the book and it can be ordered for your book store if you desire. All the proceeds of the book go right back into the ministry. Honestly a little intimidated to put a book out. My prayer is that Jesus would use it to touch peoples lives. I would appreciate your prayers on this as well.
(look for the website to be updated this week.) www.adailywalk.org