A Biblical Response to the ‘Transing’ of America

In this teaching Pastor Gary gives a Biblical response to the cultural chaos and the corporate controversy that has overtaken our country with gender confusion, sexual perversion, and a “woke” agenda. How can we navigate all the madness without losing our hearts for those who are caught up in the madness? We should be outraged […]

That’s Not Fair!

We tend to view events and circumstances in life as either “fair” or “unfair”. Sometimes it’s hard to reconcile situations that don’t make sense to us. What do you do when God doesn’t do what you want Him to do? In Acts 12, two of Jesus’ original Twelve Disciples, James and Peter, are arrested by […]

Lessons from a Jew and a Gentile

Some people believe they are relatively good and don’t really need God. Others believe they are too bad for God to forgive them. Truth is, it doesn’t matter what we think about ourselves. What matters is what God thinks. And what God thinks is that everyone needs a Savior because no one is good enough […]

The Unashamed Life

Al Robertson pastored for more than 22 years at Whites Ferry Road Church in West Monroe, LA. Now he travels with his wife, Lisa, sharing their story of redemption and grace at marriage conferences. Al is the oldest son of the Duck Dynasty family. In today’s teaching he shares the family story and encourages us […]

Five Ways to Guard Against Spiritual Warfare

The Bible is a book about two kingdoms – the Kingdom of Light and the Kingdom of Darkness. We see the Kingdom of Darkness interact with the Kingdom of Light throughout the book of Acts as Satan opposes the work the Lord does through His followers. How should we approach the topic of spiritual warfare, […]

A Transformed Life

One of the most dramatic conversion stories is recorded in Acts 9 when Saul (Paul) meets Jesus on the road to Damascus. This encounter will forever transform his life. Paul will go from being a persecutor and murderer of Christians to becoming a Believer himself who will, next to Jesus, have the most profound impact […]

From Bitter to Better

Have you ever battled bitterness? It’s not that uncommon. Bitterness usually sets in after one painful or disappointing event, or series of events, that rob people of the joy they once had. Sometimes bitterness is expressed outwardly—people who are mean, angry, moody, and negative. But sometimes bitterness is internal—people who are suffering on the inside but smiling on […]

Jesus is the cure!

The world is feeding us self-affirming lies that we are all OK. The narrative goes like this: “You be you, and I’ll be me; we are all fine. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.” But we are not OK. And if we were, then why have suicide rates steadily increased in American over the past […]

Followers in the Crowd

When Jesus arrived in Jerusalem during the week of Passover–just before His crucifixion–He was worshipped openly as the Messiah. Join Pastor Mike McClure from Calvary Chapel San Jose as he discusses Jesus through the eyes of the people He encountered along the way.

A Martyr’s Example

The first martyr of the Early Church was a man named Stephen. He was killed defending his faith in Jesus Christ. His life and death serve as a great example for Christians today and also challenges us with three questions: (1) Do I love God more than my own life? (2) Do I forgive others who have wronged […]