Pastor Willy's Blog
Video update about Calvary's future and the Vision For Life campaign.
Recently we took time at Calvary to consider the question of Calvinism in three special forums. Here are some brief thoughts on that undertaking and links and resources you can access.
You want to grow you have to connect. You will not grow to the next level in your spiritual life until you connect with others. This weekend’s Group Connect event is the best way to get connected and find your place in one of our Community Groups at Calvary.
Last week we dedicated our new Student Ministry Center. What a joy to see huge crowds gathering after our services to tour the SMC and pray for God’s blessing. Our student ministry began using the new center and for the first time in several years our student ministry has a real home base for their work.
avid Jolly is one of several candidates vying for the now open congressional seat in our country. Several newspaper articles have mentioned that Jolly’s father is a former pastor of Calvary. Some have wondered if that is true. It is.
Around the world Christians are being persecuted for what they believe. The largest group of persecutors by far today are Islamic extremists who hate the truth about God and oppose those who profess allegiance to Jesus alone.
Cheryl and I are in Boston this week with church leaders from across Southern Baptist life learning more about our North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) “Send North America” initiative. Quite frankly this is the most exciting initiative in SBC life during my 30-year ministry.
Some changes are coming to the weekend worship schedule at Calvary starting in October.
This weekend we continue the series “Messed Up: How to Survive Religion & Still Find God” and we will gather Sunday afternoon at Sand Key Park for beach baptism. Join me in praying for a great spiritual harvest this weekend.
I am happy to announce the hiring of Victor Boll who will be joining Calvary’s pastoral team as the Associate to the Senior Pastor. Victor comes to us from the Mt. Airy Baptist Church in Easley, South Carolina where he has served since 2009 as the Pastor of Missions & Evangelism.