Bible study from Calvary Chapel Newberg
Death. It is an uncomfortable image but one we must embrace to fully understand what God wants us to know about him, about us, and about what He has done for us.
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Staying In the Tent
This study is not just for married folks. If you are a young person, or single
Under The Hand
Paul addresses a particular side of parenting
In Honor of Mothers
What is God's plan for your life? You can get some help from the experience of the Apostles as they waited for further instructions from Jesus after His resurrection.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit
Learn the true purpose of the Holy Spirit - we present a balanced, Scriptural perspective on an important part of a believer's life.
Faltering Father, Faithful Father
The First Church
What was the first church like, and how does that speak to us in the 21st century about what church should and shouldn't be.
Perplexed or Empowered
We are ordinary men, just like Peter and John. Obvious to the elite and powerful, we are nobody. Yet God chooses to use us, if we will but have courage.
What is God calling you to do? Have you faced persecution or rejection or trial in it? Are you discouraged, ready to give up? Learn to see God growing you as much as He is using you.
Stephen, Part 2
We find Stephen, a powerful witness for Jesus, contending with men of a synagogue made up of freed slaves. When they cannot win against his arguments, they hire others to lie about Stephen to the rulers of the day
The Call of Stephen
Visions of Change
Feelings eventually become views, which held long and firm enough become opinions
A Passion For Your Presence
Peter finds himself alone in prison - but he is not really alone. Sometimes in life we feel like we're boxed in with no where to turn. God comes to us and helps us escape from our prisons too.
We see Paul & Barnabus receive a job from God
Onward Christian Soldier
Paul faced long odds and serious injuries: but kept going. We too can take hope from his example as we battle for our King and Lord: Jesus Christ against a very tough and ruthless enemy: Lucifer, the Devil himself.