An eight-session examination of core Christian belief. Printed guides are available from Pastor Cole.
Dr. Michael Wittmer is professor of systematic and historical theology at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. He is also the author of numerous books, including Don't Stop Believing, Heaven is a Place on Earth, and Despite Doubt. In this four-part video series Dr. Wittmer walks through the Apostles' Creed, highlighting the core truths of a Christian worldview. Watching these short videos should greatly enhance your engagement of this curriculum.
Located in the Café, the Family Resource Center provides resources to help parents be intentional about fostering a God-honoring home and a stronger family.
Replace negative technology habits with healthy patterns by connecting 3D:
Use the provided discussion guides with videos for your small group, family or personal reflection. Check the family resource center at Calvary for a free kit to help individuals and families replace unhealthy technology habits with meaningful connections.
Instantly stream biblical teaching to your computer, mobile device, or television streaming system for free! Over 10,000 Bible study video from teachers such as Francis Chan, David Platt, Bill Hybels, and more.
Also, for kids. Whether at church, at home or in the back seat on a long drive, families with children of all ages now have unlimited access to an enormous library of entertaining and educational Bible-based content just for kids. Check your email for an invite for free access.
If you are a regular attender or member and didn't receive an invite, fill out the connection card in the bulletin and place it in the offering plate or turn it in at the welcome center.
If you have already signed-up, use RightNow to engage the Bible with your family or invite your neigbors or co-workers to join so you can go through a bible study or other video series together.
The library helps meet the instruction needs of our church family. The library is located in the Resource Room by the Café.
Volunteers workers are welcome; workers help with data entry, cataloging and updates.