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"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"In seem to be any place else news I'm rich Denison the president trump signing an executive order he says will deal with police misconduct in the wake of weeks of demonstrations over the in custody death of George Floyd and others we need to bring law enforcement communities closer together not to drive them apart the order encourages law enforcement best practices and tracking officers who have a history of excessive use of force complaints Seattle's police chief says officers will go into the neighborhood occupied by protesters if there are threats to public safety police pulled back from the area after recent clashes with the demonstrators some casinos are looking at going cashless to help stop the spread of coronavirus the American gaming association calling on regulators to update rules or laws to integrate cashless options the industry trade group also pointing out that cashless let's gamblers more easily follow and set limits fox's Lilian Wu America is listening to fox news Calvary chapel and Arbor is a nondenominational church characterized by verse by verse Bible teaching contemporary worship in an atmosphere of love and grace here's Dave Graham pastor of Calvary chapel and Arbor hi joining me today is a special guest Carissa although we different skin color and experiences I as a white man and I as a black woman we are one in god's kingdom together as a sister and brother in Christ we'd like to share two Bible passages pertaining to racial unity the first is John three sixteen for god so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life does Jesus died for everyone black white Hispanic Asian male female everyone the second is John thirteen thirty four a new command I give to you that you love one another as I have loved you that you also love one another how does not condone racism in any form we are to love one another and treat each other with respect and kindness no matter what the skin color Jesus in the love of Christ are able to bring about unity peace and reconciliation so needed today the peace and love.
Fresh update on "calvary chapel" discussed on Operation Freedom
"Calvary Chapel and Harbor is a non denominational church characterized by verse by verse, Bible teaching contemporary worship in an atmosphere of Love and grace. Here's Dave Grubman, pastor of Calvary Chapel, Ann Arbor, John Chapter one Jesus gathers his first followers, one being Peter Inverse, 42. We see their initial encounter Now, when Jesus looked at him, he said. He was signing the son of Jona, You shall be called Sisyphus, which is translated a stone. So Jesus looks at Peter State to Peter is Simon and then Liza who Peter will become Sisyphus, a stone Iraq, but we see the peters anything but a rock. In fact, he's rather impulsive. When Jesus later predicts their scattering, Peter declares, even if ever know, stumbles all never stumbled. Then he stumbles big time that very night, But Jesus sees who Peter will become. Iraq The Apostle Peter. After Jesus's resurrection, Peter will pay a foundational role in the church. He'll indeed become a rock. Jesus is who we will become, and he's able to changes dramatically. He's able taken impulsive person to make him or her stable. He's able to take a weak person to make him her strong. He's able to take a restless person and give him or her piece. He's in the business of changing lives..
"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Dennison the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff apologizing today for taking part in a photo op with president trump last week amid protest near the White House as a commissioned uniformed officer it was a mistake but I've learned from and I sincerely hope we all can learn from it army general mark Milley also expressing outrage over the in custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the trump administration placing sanctions and travel restrictions on members of the international criminal court for investigating U. S. troops and intelligence officials for war crimes in Afghanistan house speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for the removal of eleven Confederate statues on Capitol Hill it's ultimately up to the states decide which historical monuments will stand in the capital hello sees letter comes after president trump tweeted that he will not allow military bases named after Confederate soldiers to be renamed fox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington America is listening to fox news Calvary chapel and Arbor is a nondenominational church characterized by verse by verse Bible teaching contemporary worship in an atmosphere of love and grace here's Dave Graham pastor of Calvary chapel and Arbor in John chapter one we see two huge truths about the identity of Jesus first he's got in the first one in the beginning was the word and the word was with god and the word was Jesus was also called the word he was he's divine many things back this up his miracles his own words the words of others and his resurrection he rose from the dead so Jesus is god second is also meant verse fourteen the word became flesh and dwelt among us god the son took on humanity manger first Jesus understands us he's experienced hunger thirst sadness joy and death our creator entered into creation so Jesus was both god and man his gun he was able to live a perfect his man he was able to die in our place in this pay for our sins those who believe in him are forgiven and able to live a new life in fellowship with god the father god the son and god the Holy.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ken pairing it to the deadly tactics in Charlottesville Virginia three years ago they killed heather higher in anti racism protester authorities in Virginia considering charging Rogers with hate crimes after they say he admitted to being a local Ku Klux Klan leader part service history Phillips Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slamming Democrats at the state and local level for allowing mass protests but not opening up places of worship politician did not get the play redlight greenlight within the first amendment the bill of rights is not some ala carte menu that leaders may sample as they please the Kentucky Republican says the inconsistency from leaders has been baffling because in his words protester now permissible but prayer is still too dangerous a federal appeals court in Boston is expected to consider a case from evangelical church in Maine that challenge governor Janet mills ban on large gatherings those restrictions until recently prevented worshippers from attending services in person the Bangor Daily News says no date for the appeal for the Calvary chapel has been set Maine has said at least twenty five hundred cases of covert nineteen and a hundred deaths you may remember that visit president trump made to Saint John Paul the second's shrine it came with some controversy but the White House is now disputing reports the archbishop Wilton Gregory didn't know what was going to happen until the night before White House spokesman telling the Catholic news agency Gregory was told about it several days earlier C. N. A. says Gregory's office declined an invitation to be at that event that was celebrating religious freedom three twenty the other side from across the pond of some recovery from corona virus CBS's Vicki Barker tells us British pubs could soon be re opening reddish real ale brewed in barrels or cast is back in production for the first time since March Nick.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"I'm Steve Rappaport saluting the troops for their sacrifice they gave their lives to so boldly and brilliantly defend and we pledge in their cherished memories that this majestic flag will proudly fly forever president trump speaking in a Memorial Day ceremony at fort McHenry in Baltimore his would be opponent also marking the day former vice president Joe Biden wore a face mask is Tina's wife laid a wreath at veterans park near his Wilmington Delaware home Biden is not made a public appearance since early March instead campaigning via video conferences from his home his presidential campaign produced an online video over the weekend criticizing president trump's visit to his Virginia golf course fox's Jared Halpern America is listening to fox news Calvary chapel and Arbor is a nondenominational church characterized by verse by verse Bible teaching contemporary worship in an atmosphere of love and grace here's Dave Graham pastor of Calvary chapel and Arbor this Sunday may thirty first at Calvary chapel in Arbor we plan to embark on a journey first by burst through the gospel of John Russell means good news and that's what's contained in this book incredibly good news over the coming weeks we'll learn about who Jesus is and about the revealing of his identity to powerful leaders such as Nicodemus as well as the humble individuals such as the woman at the well this is intensity when he clears the temple of corruption and will see his tenderness when he interacts with the woman caught in adultery read about incredible miracles such as Jesus walking on water and is raising of Lazarus from the dead and here's amazing teaching about subjects such as servant to fruitfulness and the Holy Spirit lastly will learn about the rejection of Jesus the death of Jesus and the triumphant resurrection of Jesus if you're interested in the Bible you have no commitment elsewhere on Sunday morning feel free to come and check it out thank you.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"calvary chapel" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Ann Arbor our newly renovated facilities in the neighborhood behind the rating this is C. C. N. Arbor dot org for additional details if interested in the Bible in the learning you're not committed elsewhere this Sunday feel free to come we're Calvary chapel in Arbor a spring of water in the desert I guess Michigan by the name of I guess so somewhere in Michigan make yeah sort of an unusual name you get up into my he told her today of both music Friday but when I went to the track and when I came back the.
Los Angeles - Ventura County Church Moves Forward With Palm Sunday Communion Despite Coronavirus Pandemic
"Neighbors neighbors protested protested outside outside of of insurer insurer county county church church Sunday Sunday when when it it violated violated state state and and local local state state home home orders orders they they open open to to the the public public for for communion communion on on Palm Palm Sunday a line of people stretched outside the front of god speak Calvary chapel in Newbury park some people wore masks others didn't to relegate the church as nonessential that's a violation of our first amendment rights in the parking lot some pretty upset neighbors these people are in our community and they may be willing to risk their own health but I think it's very selfish that they're risking the health of others I think this is just a cheap publicity stunt of inter county sheriff's captain told KNX they allowed the church service to go on because they were practicing social distancing and disinfectant Godspeed pastor rob McCoy resigned from the thousand oaks city council just hours before and I understand not everyone holds to my faith but this is critical to us and it is essential to our faith and we have the first amendment during the two hours the church was open to the public dozens if not hundreds of people went in and took communion
"calvary chapel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We need look no further than our own hemisphere to prove the point Venezuela was once the second wealthiest country in our hemisphere but in the wake of more than a decade of a socialist dictatorship almost five million people of that country have fled to neighboring lands to escape the deprivation and the poverty Karen and I saw it first hand when we visited with Venezuelan families Calvary chapel in Cartagena Colombia it was back in August of twenty seventeen I'll never forget as he went table to table at this little church speaking to one family after another that had fled their home country I met a grandmother with her four grandchildren in her arms because it's gotten so bad in her small town that our grandchildren had to rise at four in the morning to get a ticket the stand in line to buy a piece of bread in the afternoon everyone we talked to told us the same heart breaking story of grinding poverty families unable to find the food and medicine they need as we meet here today innocent children are still perishing every day in Venezuela from starvation and deprivation that's why this president and this administration we'll continue to stand strong with the people of Venezuela until their liberty and democracy are restored.
The Jesus People
"This episode of five minutes in Church history. Let's just go back into the recent past about fifty years ago or so. So and the founding of the Jesus people are sometimes called the Jesus Movement or sometimes called Jesus freaks these folks began in nineteen sixty eight in California. This was the era of the Hippie. These hippies descended upon southern California and some churches there and some Christians there decided they would reach out out to these hippies and bring them to Christ and so we have the beginning of the Jesus Movement in Nineteen. seventy-one Billy Graham. I'm was invited to be the Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade and as he sat in his float and it made its way down towards the Rose Bowl. He noticed that the streets were lined with literally hundreds of these long haired youth holding up one finger. Their Index Finger pointed to heaven with the one way sign and and that was the sign of the Jesus people. This caught Billy Graham's attention and he wrote a book called the Jesus generation that year went through many printings and sold well over a half half a million copies and put the Jesus people on the map of the media and on the map of the American church. Well what can we make of this phenomenon of the Jesus people well I we have to see that. They had a huge impact on American evangelicalism. They both reflected trends in American evangelicalism. Awesome and they also set some new trends. They tended to be very pentecostal. They focused very much on signs and wonders. And they were fixated on these supernatural super-natural experiences that they had an would share with each other. Secondly they totally changed the look of the church. These are not folks wearing suits and sitting in pews. These were tank top short flip flop wearing kids. Who would sit cross legged on the floor? But it wasn't always how they looked it was is also how they approached Church found this fascinating article from December. Twenty five nine thousand nine hundred seventy one in the San Bernardino County Sun Sun the newspaper for Hollywood and the article reads Pat Boone's home swimming pool used for baptisms Beverly Everley Hills California. It was actually picked up by the and the first sentence says in the swimming pool behind his magnificent home in posh Beverly Hills Pat Boone. Baptises the repentance. The article goes on to talk about within about six months time. Well over two hundred and fifty baptisms took place in Pat Boone's swimming pool and number of those baptisms were of musicians and that takes us to another significant impact of the Jesus people well. It was really here that we have the birth of what we call. CCM Christian contemporary music or the birth of Christian rock. Those early Pioneers and Christian Rock. We're Randy Stone Hill. And Larry Norman in fact it was. Larry Norman who published the song or wrote the song. Why should the devil have all the good music? Even even some secular artists got in on the mix. Paul stookey of Peter. Paul and Mary produced his Christian albums in the same era. This was the time. We're calvary chapel. Founded founded Maranatha in the Mirror Anathema label and that launched the praise and worship and course phenomenon. There's so much a part of American evangelicalism today. It all started there in one thousand nine hundred seventy among the Jesus people will lastly as we talk about the Jesus people what we see as they were very much less counter cultural and more within culture this was is true not only of music but of all forms of the arts and a forms how they approach the church. It was the Jesus people who launched not not only Christian music they really launched the Christian bookstore industry of the nineteen seventies and they launched so much that happened in the nineteen eighties with jackals locals getting involved in politics. Well what happened to the Jesus people. They SORTA faded in the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. I had a church history professor. who used to say what happened to them? While they all cut their hair started families and became insurance salesman. Well who knows but we do know that they left quite an impact on the American scene on the American aircon. Church in on American evangelicals. Well that's the Jesus. I'm Steve Nicol. Thanks for listening
"calvary chapel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Final thing. I'll say I could go on about this thing endlessly and I don't want to take your time about it but if we if we look at individuals and saying I care much more so about how you act then where you went to school we will live in a better country in fact one more. And that's Ryan. How do we young people like make a difference when we're fighting against this pressure to be like going joined the rat race of going to college getting stuck into low level jobs and stuff like that when there's such a huge epidemic of like a homelessness and things like that that we feel like we can't make a difference because the taxes are so high here in California and if feels like there's so much pressure like weighing on on us there is like making any difference? How do we move towards making a difference in what should we are investor so that we can financially help these people and the Christians regions that we need to be? So let let let me let me give you the answer colleges rigged against you. The tech companies are rigged against you the DC elites are rigged against you cultures hers rigged against you. The taxes are too high too much regulation. Guess what that's not an excuse. Don't play the victim. I'M GONNA talk. I talk a lot about problems. Problems talked about them endlessly. I write a book about problems. Okay first thing you could do. I'm talking about the general. You not not necessarily you beat the best human being you possibly can be. That's the first thing now. What does that mean? That means I'm going to rejects the false promise of the secular left. That unlimited indulgence. An unlimited freedom is going to give me happiness and it's going to give me fulfilment reject that instead Ed do hard stuff regularly that makes a difference that is what will get you fulfillment. So what does that mean words. That are not talked about enough in our society discipline and responsibility discipline and responsibility. That means I'm going to put restraints on my own things that I know I struggle with that might be alcohol. Might be drugs. Might be a sexual sin. Might be whatever that is put guard rails on yourself because indulgence comes at a cost and we don't say that enough to argue. And if you indulge too much you could lose everything and we say that we say a little bit of that and guess what you aren't in the current position right now of where you want to be what I mean by that reject the self-esteem nonsense if you look at a poster and say you're justify find way you are say no I'm not if I was. Why would I be in school by was? Why would I be in church? I and if you come from the Christian doctrine abyss were all broken. We're like shattered pieces. Were horrible sinful. We need redemption really really bad back and so the self esteem nonsense. Let's go to these twelve year old to say you're so perfect. You're wonderful and ridiculous posters and it's like a smiley highly face and it's just a yellow emoji smiley face in it says self-esteem your great something ludicrous. You know what that does is it puts puts a false sense of pressure on someone that looks at it see. Maybe I'm not great. There's actually freedom in accepting that you're broken and saying I'm nothing like I'm nothing. I'm a center. I've made horrible choices. And I only have redemption in one thing and that's the blood of Jesus Christ so for you personally personally. All that stuff's rigged against you. All of these people are GonNa try to be taking your jobs that are from other countries. All that uh-huh we could try to fix that in public policy because there's only three things you need to do to succeed in America and every single person in this room can do these three things because it's around choices number one get married. Sorry before you have kids. That's number one number to get a job any job any job any job and work hard at it. Ethically work hard at it ask questions act ethically basically you will move up in the third thing you have to do to succeed in. America is just graduate high school. You do those three things and you work harder than the person person next to you. Treat people well you act ethically to try to be better today than you were. Yesterday you can achieve things in this country beyond your wildest expectations do not blame sustain problems for your current failure because what ends up happening. I don't want to have the oppression Olympics like the leftist reverence starts to blame other our people for their problems. Well I can't succeed because of racism xenophobia homophobia some of which might be legitimate. You are the master of your own destiny. It starts with making your bed in the morning being the best version of yourself and being a champion of the decisions you made. Thank you very much the the alive you need to know Jesus Christ died on the Cross for those sends that Charlie was talking about. That's what God was doing at the Cross for us. He died in our place. Jesus rose again from the dead. Just as the Bible said he would he said I will turn no one away who will come to to me. He will transform your life. We are all standing here as examples of that. He loves you. He loves you so much that he wants by his power to change you. Maybe you don't know him personally. Maybe you've had religion up to hear but nothing's ever happened on the inside. Jesus died for that sin of yours. Those sins of yours at the cross he rose again from the dead. You believe in him and you trust him. Just like Ryan's question tonight. If you keep focused on that fact that God brought you into this world for a purpose. There's no excuse that can keep you from that purpose if everything be stacked up against. You doesn't the Scripture says greater is he. That's this within you than he. That's in the world. Didn't Paul himself say that neither death nor life nor principalities or powers nor any other created created thing shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus listen. Opposition breeds endurance. It's and strength. It's the American story. The American story is a biblical story. It's God's good hand hand upon a nation like no other country has seen in the history of mankind. And I don't believe God's done with this nation and I don't don't believe God's done with California father we thank you Lord for Charlie Kirk we thank you for turning point. USA We ask you father that you'd keep them safe in his travels levels multiply. Father feels that are before him. Lord may the ground that he puts his feet on come under the subjection Lord of Your Holy Spirit's influence may be like Stephen who no one could resist his words because your spirit would be upon him. 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"calvary chapel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Else's stuff and redistribute it and stop working and go form a government around these things. It was a gospel that first and foremost it was specified the each individual going out of your comfort zone and helping other people and so the Indivi- until you individually start to help other people and close clothe people need help the poor hold on a second. There was something very specific indifferent to saying that we all have to create a massive government albatross us. That doesn't even do a good job of that first and foremost but then also is going to take from other people through envy and greed. The second thing I'll say is this. Let's look at the parable of the talents. The parable arable talents is one of my favorites to talk about one of the least appreciated just about the gifts that God gives you the one of the doctrines of what Jesus Christ talked about. What is the teaching of multiplication is the teaching that God will give you certain gifts and understanding that God does not want you to be sedentary? He doesn't want you to be stationary canary. And he does not want you to make excuses for not multiplying the gifts that God gave you to advance his kingdom now. Those gifts might be building a business. Those gifts might be pastoring or shepherding or might be counseling to others. Those everyone has those specific gets. But what Jesus hap. And he was so fierce about this that in the parable of the talents the individual that was given a certain amount and hid basically did nothing with it was was given a community of discipline saying that you will be basically condemned if you do not multiply so you must ask the question. What kind of society? What kind of cultural governmental system would allow you as an individual to flourish and to multiply the gifts that God gave you? was that happening. In the Soviet Union where people flushing worship and multiplying and the Soviet Union. They weren't given the freedom or the liberty to do that. Do you think people are flourishing and multiplying four the kingdom mind you in Venezuela of course and and so when we Chris what kind of government structure should we argue for. Well one that allows us to be the most the most the highest and best use for the Kingdom of Jesus Christ that allows us to have the freedom and liberty to accomplish what God has called us to do. And when you are when you are on divergence civil war when you can't feed your citizens when you are built on envy and greed and in a permanent ruling class explained to me how the Gospel will be able to spread in a country where you can't even feed your citizens explain to me how that's good for Christianity isn't and that's why America has been a gift to the Kingdom of God is because more so than anything else when people are able to multiply when people are able to create a free market. Get a Konami and give them that. Freedom and liberty you're able to see individuals gravitate towards the Gospel in record numbers. And that's why when there's a hurricane a flood in an earthquake American can step up. Guess why because we've multiplied we've created wealth therefore we have wealth to give away and that sort of relationship is so important and it's preposterous to believe that Jesus Christ was somehow anything else and anything anything anything more. He was exactly the savior of the world. But this is coming out of churches this. That's right the Charlie. What's alarming is that this is coming out of mainstream of churches in America that's right Today and young people are swallowing that and embracing that. I don't know if it's if it's seminaries that are producing this but it's certainly happening in churches where this guy what you just said is anathema to them. They would have. They would have their arguments and yet it wouldn't be founded picture. That would be the feeling. It's the where's the compassionate and honestly I don't want to diminish people so here's how it's framed if you want to help people the. Why wouldn't you want government to do that? That makes sense right. I mean so a lot of these people come from a good place. Yes I will say a lot of people say Charlie. I want to help people. That's why I want Medicare for all and I want to help people and that's why I want government to do it so let's let's break that argument in two pieces. I'm first of all when seemed that's first of all it's never happened before. We're the government gives me good. Would it also. Let's let's look at any in any general never never because by default the incentive structure of government is to help people. So it's not too close. Close the poor feed the hungry or to look after the vulnerable which we are called the do as Christians and we should do at every moment we can. Instead the incentive structure of government is to push more power to itself and boy. They'd done a good job of that. So let's break that argument to two pieces number one utilitarian argument and number two the moral argument number one. The utilitarian argument government is a horrible job at everything. Let's admit that it's true. They can't they can't run the department of motor vehicles. Everybody knows this and yet we're supposed to let them run our healthcare so these are the people that we want and a lot of them are staffed by wonderful people but the incentive structure in government does not allow those wonderful people people to flourish. You know why because the good employees don't get raises the good employees that might work extra hard. It's not a meritocracy and government. It's who's been there the longest tackle uh-huh and it's impossible to fire the people that might not show up early and work late. So I'm in no ways attacking the individuals that might be working there. That are doing a wonderful job. Number two is is the moral arguments. Let's let's be honest and I say this and people disagree with it but I'll say this loudly and clearly if every single government program was abolished the Church would step up and make sure that every single person in this country was taken care of imagine for a second that if there were calls to action action through our tides and our offerings for each and every one of you and the wealth that we have created rightfully in this in this in this country and we were able to have the equivalent flint back in taxes to say we need to make sure that the individuals that were on public housing housing. They need and they have the food that they require. I know the spirit and the fabric of this country would step up because we always have. And here's the here's the other utilitarian argument of it. When you say government should go do it not not only do they do a poor job of it not only will you all have to have less money less freedom and less liberty but guess what over time it will diminish the role the church and this is why the church is dead in Europe is because people start to say? Well the government's GonNa take care of the poor right that's why charity does not exist in most of the rest of the world. We're the most charitable country in the history of the world. Because still there's a problem we say. Well where's where's the church. Where's the Red Cross? Where's the synagogue? Where's the local community center? I'm I'm GonNa go help that person. We gave away five hundred billion dollars to charity last year as a country. That's that we know if that's declared the IRS. It's probably double then how many of you have probably paid for. Someone's someone's meal that needs Uber. Ride for someone that couldn't afford it or just looking out for a neighbor that stuff's not reported in the IRS numbers that people helping people but what happens happened over time. Is that when institutions of moral stature. Like the church abdicate. That responsibility and give it to the government over time that institutional cease to to exist the church from its original charter from the letters of Paul said you must be active and involved in the community of very things. Jesus Christ said and so. That's where I say welfare-state hold on a second. Let's get our moral institutions to step up and say let's do even more to to help the poor and close the individuals that need it because I'll tell you. Government has a poor job of and we set that example. I think we should say it's a good thing when people get off government assistance and they're able to get back on their feet. That's a good day every day. That's a good thing because first of all the scripture teaches us regarding a man's of man when I say Mantis it's Mr and Mrs Man. I.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Period just a rejection of authority that when there there was no one in charge as the Old Testament teaches as well every man does. What's right in his own is so right now? We have a nation that is taking the constitution or shit should say some leaders. That are taking a constipation constitution to the brink on this impeachment issue. Speaking to that. What's happening? Yeah what's up. Let let me just St- the same in churches. I wouldn't be and I'll just say I'm a very vocal supporter under this president. And I have been for quite some time. And if you're not then I'll try to convince so I I we get plenty of people that criticize that. And that's fine but let me let me tell you first and foremost Y I believe what I believe first and foremost Christian. Then I'm a constitutional non-american the American that I'm a constitutional listen. I'm a conservative in that order so as a Christian I believe that all of this politics and all this there is a greater calling to all of it now. That's not a substitute to not getting engaged edge in the civic debate to not getting engaged in politics and it's definitely not an excuse in fact it's the exact opposite that the scriptures say very clearly and in the theological belief that I have and that I understand all of you have that you do good works because you are saved. You don't do good works to get safe safe. And so no matter what you are in go and express your values and you and you go forth as Christian that saved by Jesus Christ God in three parts and so then you say to yourself when in human history has there been big advances for freedom and liberty for natural rights. When when was there a great leap forward because most of human history there the Roman Empire the Greek Empire the Byzantine the Chinese Empire? But when did things change and why did they really change and you look at the American. Founding is something that could only be explained as the intervention of God at how this nation was formed and most importantly the ideas behind this country the ideas of where our rights come from. Let's just start with that. That our rights not come from king a ruler a tyrant someone that was born it into an doesn't come from government they come from God this is so fundamentally transformation and then just from an objective analysis you you have to say is the world a better place because of the United States of America and the answer is of course even even if you say you don't like this country if you don't answer that question a yes or not looking at history. Honestly the most benevolent generous creative accepting country ever to exist in the history of the world we take in tap. The world's immigrants give away the most money to charity when earthquake natural disaster strikes. You don't call the Belgians you don't call the French find countries you call the Americans or something built into the fabric occur. This country is Alexis de Tocqueville and many other said America will only be great if America continues to be good and so the question is what are these founding ideas separation of powers articulated in the United States constitution where our rights come from fair and impartial judges. That don't say don't enact as judges of what they want to see they're not activists but instead instead of the law actually says the belief in a free market economy and I could make and I will make the biblical case for a free market economy. That socialism Marxism Collectivism. Some are actually in defiance a two of the ten commandments and directly against the teachings of Jesus Christ. Somehow that you shouldn't have to work and blame other people for your problems and take other people's stuff I I don't find that supported anywhere in the Gospel. Jesus Christ in fact I find the exact opposite and so with all that being all that being why I believe what I believe leave. We have to understand that prior to the election of Donald Trump and his improbable election. Almost impossible in some would say again. I think and I've said this publicly. It seems as if if that God came down and intervened at that moment and spoken to a lot of different people where two choices were so clear one side says I believe in post birth abortion and the other side says. I'm going to be a pro-life president. One one person says here the judges that I'm gonNA nominate and the other person says I'm going to continue down this path and so with president trump with all of his his flaws. I'm flawed your flood. We're all centers. But if we're all of a sudden going to remove all the centers from the Bible then you can take Samson right out of there right you take him out of the spiritual home of the. Yeah no doubt however God speaks into particular people for particular moments and what he has been able to do. Let's talk about what matters to US Christians. The life issue the most pro-life President in American history. Cindy the Mexico City policy nominated breadth Cavanaugh and nominated yield gorsuch and one hundred fifty circuit court judges who not to mention a huge issue in the Christian community is the horrendous sin of sex trafficking and this president washed down backpage dot com. Tom Has emboldened ice and the FBI to arrest more sex traffickers than the fast for administrations combined. Some we don't talk about enough. Listen did you hear then Charlie repeat that again because this and maybe you're up. Maybe you're watching. Maybe you're here tonight and and in your what. Is it the apprehensive the white female suburban women who is supposed to be anti-trump research. You know what we're hearing so repeated again regarding sex traffic. I would hope everybody in this room would be against sex trafficking and and in particular there was a website that existed called backpage dot com the stomach the earth and for years the government tried to get shut down and basically this was an online marketplace lacework. Children's sex trap was children traffic. It's so beyond disgusting and it was hosted on back servers and through a Republican led Congress and through the president's leadership the ship with vodka trump in the White House. They said we're GonNa shut this thing down. And they passed a bill in the House of Representatives in the United States Senate and the previous Congress not this Congress my goodness. They're too busy doing whatever the heck they were doing today having professors tell us you know anyway we can talk about that later but they shut that website down and with that the president had states ended the war on ice and ice by the way ice immigration customs enforcement. They are the number one agency that goes an arrest child sex traffickers which is a huge problem in our country by the which there is more sex trafficking happening in America than most people would ever believe and the arrest I finally. They're going up these. These sick individuals are being held accountable for the almost for the sin that is almost unspeakable of what they're doing in our society and this president has has directed his agencies to make this a top priority for the domestic law enforcement agencies. And that should be. There should be something that all people operations care about such as religious freedom and religious liberty. If we're honest with ourselves there is an attack and assault on religious liberty throughout the previous administration whether it be the religious liberty and religious freedom executive orders that were passed or the judges that he put replace. Do you know how many presidents ever spoken at the march for life. Just one this present at the press. The United States President Bush President Clinton President. Ace W in this is the first president who's actually been able to cut funding to planned parenthood and other thing. You probably didn't hear it in your Daily News. Not all of it. But he's caught some of it. He thought about two hundred million dollars in planned parenthood. And they're they're just in a total. They're they're upset. Good is what I say. I'm glad that they're upset. And that whole debate gets mislabeled as a debate around around women's health. There are other places that do unbelievable work. Pregnancy crisis centers women's health clinics that don't offer abortifacient or abortion services Mrs that do that sort of women mammogram and work. That should be getting that funding if we want to actually fund women's health that don't push abortion abortion as much as they do and as someone who's very pro-life and vocally pro-life I'm happy to see a president also stand on the sidelines. So I say all that and so. Here's the challenge is that president trump had entering the challenge that he had historically and I have this. I'm articulating. This in an upcoming book is trying to revitalize a nation that felt.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Yeah see this kind of runs counter to what I think most people would understand the biblical text an argument to be certainly you've got examples of people who tried to flee immorality were told to flee immorality so what what's the distinction that she makes here what is this Christian asceticism that she refers to. I think what she's saying is that there is a warning against the services them in Colossians which says you know reject that idea don't cage states don't touch don't handle but I think what you say is don't think your spiritual are trying to say don't think your spiritual because you work for us I desire but I think she's she's missing the group the greater the greater sense of the the stronger idea you know if I am consumed with the spiritual lost or I know that I'm gonna fall which virtual loss it does me no good to try and find it I am so much better off spiritually morally physically in every other way we like I sold something I mean that's what Paul says the seventy three useful loss is very clear in the work they're actually has the idea of you know as someone would chase someone there posted you a prosecuting going that fast to prosecute them we have to go that fast away from temptation yeah well and that's what the Old Testament example of Joseph was and that he went to jail but he you know when potter for his wife was coming on to the meat he said I'm I'm not here and and he got out of there quickly that that's that's always made sense to me and they were in a in a day in which in and this is what it's kind of a backdrop against you've got the ME two era you've got this kind of greater awareness of sexual wrongdoing in the culture but we still have a culture that at large doesn't want to say that there are moral rights and wrongs they they don't they don't they don't they don't want to they're not interested in saying that you shouldn't be with someone that you're not married to they're not interested in saying once you are married stay faithful to the one that you are married to there's this kind of incessant constant was that you're just being judgmental or fundamentalist or restrictive now legalistic in terms of an end sadly this this thinking has has spilled over into the church on some level has it not. and a lot of levels don't judge me don't judge me don't judge me are you know miss sporting Matthew chapter seven at the time if you just read the book of proverbs the fifth sixth seventh chapters they even the eighth chapter about wisdom well when it when it comes to dealing with your sexual desires the rule is always avoid a problem and run from a problem and like you said in terms of the the the the the greater picture of things right now it is almost this utopian idea that we as Christians we're going to get to a point where we're not tempted sexually because we're going to have such a great walk with god so that we don't have to you know we don't have to repress or avoid that will never happen yeah that will never happen sin is still gonna be calling her name. from now to the end of time and thank goodness. Ross exist because we don't have to give in to it but that doesn't mean that the the battled isn't engaged Hey if you want to follow much of what pastor Dave writes and speaks about its at NYC shepherd dot com that's as website NYC shepherd dot com and course he's the pastor Calvary chapel Staten Island in this weekend kind of a fun set of services Dave you've invited me to come be part of the goings ons..
"calvary chapel" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Just like the Nazis in Adolf Hitler's Germany just cheering. Just just giving accolades as the legislation passed redefines the homicide law. Now, you can't kill unborn children that are even wanted if it's a wanted child and somebody kills a child in the process of a crime that won't be murderer anymore. There are no more medical requirements for where abortions can be performed. They don't have to have hospital admitting credentials due to this legislation like everything that has been done in the last twenty years to make abortion rarer and more safe. In in every way across the board. The New York state legislature assembly and Senate yesterday said Nope, we want to undo all of that. And we want to have late term abortions be available all the way through the due date and past the due date songs the kids not livered songs the kids technically still in the womb. We wanna be able to abort that baby. Even if they could totally live outside the womb beyond fetal viability as the phrase had been used so often in recent years. Friends. It is. It is shameful. Moral embarrassment. An immoral reality. That we are willing to kill our offspring. Like that. Today. My sponsors living word for White Plains, Connors and Sullivan, fellowship home loans. Calvary chapel Staten Island. Still.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Christ now this is this is my full circle solution to you i truly believe that if the churches were to find out since i mean we do as citizens we pay for churches whether you go to church or not because we give them that opportunity to be tax free so we pay for them the churches need to now fully involved themselves in their community to where they can talk to every one of the people that go to their church whether you're going to calvary chapel whether you're going to the catholic church whether you're gonna baptist church loosen whatever they need to start getting so committed to the people that they are serving that those people will say you know what i know this couple they're doing something bad with their daughter and the church can then come in and help that couple so that that can stop and it goes to a one of your callers was saying earlier that's how we're gonna find and help these young people that find such a terrible self esteem that they'd go and shoot up there there's the their fellow students at schools because they think that they're going to become some they're gonna find grand jury in that and they won't they'll only create heartache heartache and i truly believe the church truly engaged truly engaged they wouldn't even need the tax benefits that come because people like you and me and everybody who believes in god would support any any service that they had was support any program that they would develop to help bring out the kids in those that go to their.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on WRVA
"Ars grocer the day is matthew twenty 28 even as the son of land is not to be served but to serve and to give his life as ransom for many promet ali said service to others as the rent you pay for your room here on earth a good very good well we will be leaving a bunch of us in the morning to flood onto melbourne florida which i got hit with hurricane obviously but the vast majority of the city is our snapped back in recovery another are some folks they're still struggling like there are throughout florida uh the church we were i've been scheduled to speak in the church of this coming weekend for many months and the calvary chapel is where i will be saturday night into services on sunday if you're in the melbourne florida area we'd love to have you come out be part of that they made the decision to continue go ahead somehow it feels like dave ramsey zor relevant right after a hurricane and then a otherwise it feels like was probably the exact message need cut like with me help like an emergency funds important now but i don't know it's kind of weird but it's always awkward i've been in some awkward situation speaking over the years and so but we're excited to be there it's a great church cover chapels going about 10000 folks they're so wonderful people a pastor's a wonderful guy and a good friend and they are taking their entire church through financial peace university at one time and that's called our momentum program when you are change the culture of your church was what we found is is that when people biblically learn how to handle money in church which is a good thing to do ensure that they are leading you'll get on a budget they get out of debt they get their emergency funds in place and when you've got control of your money you're out of debt you.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Hurt do you need to know when you need it it's chemical on radio we've triumph over every and remained united as one nation under god america does not ban we do not wave and we will never ever yield the president earlier today commemorating nine eleven as a new yorker native new yorker himself of course he was very impacted by all of this as well and had a profound impact on him and how he used the world to this day i'm convinced of but we all are and that's why we have this conversation that's why we do it pastor bernard which is saying and that is have a commemoration have the public ceremonies have the remember the reading of the names at ground zero have the have the wall tonight lighting the lights shining them up into the sky so that we we we take a moment and we say what are the lessons here pastor dave watson calvary chapel staten island of in the first segment you mentioned the it was a normal day that turned very abnormal very quickly for you your life was upended like every new yorkers was but your church family had a lot of people that that go to manhattan every day and some of your people were even in the first response would kind of awakening in got involved in your church was very impacted by this talk about some of the lessons you learn there in the immediate aftermath income initially you know there's a a level of anger about some kind of heart a to deal with and i think when when you recognize that someone want to destroy your world other things that are important to you only because you exist and because they perceive uw question is that part of the of the problem with the radical islamic state that's you know it you have to deal the angering after you have to law that i in spite of it but i think the biggest weapon dot that i have learned from nine eleven at that my god is picking up on you know for me the twin towers and for many of us were a symbol of new york and it strang its beauty i i i came here in some way because i used to go up in the powers of.
"calvary chapel" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Um the name at a school is cavalry um calvary chapel christian school ladies and gentlemen i got some shocking news for you this may very very well schalke i have no problem would they bliss be an iud none um some of us a stronger practicing christians than others with jewish were catholic where muslims we are a whole bunch of things but i don't know of any religion who does it preaches about the lord forgiveness but it's not so much even that with me because i'll always considered him scum of the earth to some degree for what he did he is the big issue for me he did his time two down five minutes you double the hit blessed with a record ten years show cause order guess what up it was two thousand five is now two thousand seventeen wasn't working for ten years then in two thousand fifteen he got a job when a show showtime documentary aired he left former four months later now he's got a job as an athletic director coach and teacher was he supposed to do remain the rest of his life unemploy lazy gentleman with people and not employ they become our problem unless there in jail and to some degree even when they are in jail because it has to be financed thumb how they become our problem that's why they recidivism rate when it comes to imprison incarceration things are in it we need to pay attention to that.