This book has kept more churches on track and false teachers running scared through the centuries. Why? Pastor Rodney Finch shares 6 practical reasons why in this sermon from Calvary Chapel Cary in Apex NC.
Is money the root of all evil, or is the love of money the root of all evil? If there is a difference, what is it? How much should a Christian stockpile? Pastor Rodney Finch addresses these questions and more in his sermon at Calvary Chapel Cary in Apex, NC.
"Sorrow and Sorrow" is what Pastor Rodney Finch preaches into today's sermon from Calvary Chapel Cary. How is Godly sorrow different from sorrow?
Corinth was a strategic city in ancient times, and the Apostle Paul knew it. Sin abounded in many forms. What a place for a young, weak church. What advice does Pastor Rodney share from the Apostle Paul on how Christians should live in such a place?
God is patient. For that we should be glad. God has perfect timing, He just doesn't tell us how much time is left before the coming judgment. How should that encourage us to live? "The Ministry of Reconciliation" is today's sermon by Pastor Rodney Finch at Calvary Chapel Cary.
A body. A tent. A building in heaven sometimes called a mansion. Wow! Who wouldn't want a new body, a heavenly one? With thoughts like this, what should a Christian's thoughts be about death? Pastor Rodney Finch shares on these and more in today's edition of Calvary Chapel Cary called "A Date with Destiny".
How would you cope with the knowledge you could be killed at any time for what you believe? Some believers have been killed, even today, for what they believe. Pastor Rodney Finch has some strong words for how we should live in these days. Listen to him on today's edition of "Calvary Chapel Cary".
False teachers abound, but they don't wear a label telling us they are false. Paul has been fighting them off in this letter to the church at Corinth. How did Paul handle personal attacks? What can we learn from him to help us today? Listen in to Pastor Rodney Finch of Calvary Chapel Cary in today's edition.
Pastor Rodney Finch reminds us of what the law teaches us. He also shares many contrasts between the old covenant and the new covenant in a sermon called "Good New for the Heart" originally preached at Calvary Chapel Cary.
Paul was accused of being against the law. Pastor Rodney Finch has some interesting things to say about the law which may well surprise you on today's edition of "Calvary Chapel Cary".
Why is it that people speak highly of prayer but speak little in prayer? Pastor Rodney Finch continues the study in Colossians at Calvary Chapel Cary.