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Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for Calvary Church in Clearwater, Florida. The episodes in this podcast include the messages and sermon series from our Sunday worship services. Listen to Pastor Willy Rice and other guest speakers as they share spiritual truths from the Bible on how to grow in your relationship with God and find real meaning in life. For more information about Calvary Church, please visit us online at Calvary.us.
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What happened at the Capitol Building and where do we go from here?...and Go Bucs!Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
The Greatest Hunger

The Greatest Hunger

2021-01-1142:25

Life is a test. A New Year is a test. A test is not necessarily a punitive exercise; a test is an opportunity. Our greatest tests come down to the choices we make and the paths we choose. As we contemplate a New Year we are faced with new choices, but we are also faced with old choices. The choices we make will determine the course we take. Our decisions become our destiny.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Disciple Maker training with Pastor Willy Download a digital copy of the Disciple Maker book at: calvary.us/disciplemaker/Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Celebrity Pastors - who are they, where did they come from, and what do they say about the state of the church?...and Go Bucs!Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
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The highs, the lows, and the lessons of 2020.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Is Pastor Willy a good gift-giver, why the virgin birth matters, and a good memory verse for a 5-year-old.The Promise of a Child (Full Sermon)Christmas event informationSupport the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
The Promise of a Child

The Promise of a Child

2020-12-0746:48

We all know the power of a promise. It can inspire hope. We also know the power of a promise broken. Promises can be powerful things. Christmas is the story of a promise. A promise made, a promise kept, and a promise still waiting to be kept. Christian hope. Hope is not a wish, but a joyful expectation rooted in a trustworthy promise. Our joy is rooted to our hope. Our hope is rooted in the promises of God...promises that are fulfilled in Jesus.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Christmas at the Rice house, and how you can stay intentional during such a busy season.Christmas Eve and Christmas Night of Worship InfoChristmas BlessingsSupport the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Come Before Winter

Come Before Winter

2020-11-3046:41

Paul writes in 2 Timothy,  Make every effort to come to me soon…Make every effort to come before winter.  2 Timothy 4:9,21 (CSB). He realized life is brief and opportunities are limited. Are you seizing every day to its fullest.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
A Future and a Hope

A Future and a Hope

2020-11-2334:07

As we approach a season of Thanksgiving some of us are finding it hard to be thankful. Fear cripples, anxiety paralyzes, many people are looking at an uncertain future with foreboding and dread. Many of us are afraid. Afraid of what is happening in government, afraid for our health and the health of our loved ones, and afraid of the economics. What will the future bring? Is there a reason to be thankful? Yes. Now more than ever. Knowing how and why to be thankful is the key to being thankful in all circumstances and being thankful is the key to real joy. During this month of missions we have tried to refocus on our identity and purpose as the people of God. We have been reminded of not only what Calvary is here for, but of who are as God’s people, where we are, and why God has us here for this season and this time. Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
In this episode, we discuss the best Thanksgiving side dish, desserts, and give tips on how to best approach what could be a difficult Holiday season.For more information or to join our virtual GriefShare, contact Group Leader Paul Robart.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Bless This City

Bless This City

2020-11-1644:09

The Bible calls us ambassadors. Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians that we are ambassadors for Christ. Our home is here, but it is also there. Our mission is here, but our orders come from another place. We have a mission and a purpose. We are ambassadors for Christ and His kingdom.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
In this episode, we discuss the weather, and we re-evaluate the mission of x150 in light of recent events.calvary.us/missionsmonthSupport the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
God's Heart, Our Hands

God's Heart, Our Hands

2020-11-0942:49

An ambassador has been defined as someone who lives in one country while representing another. Their real home and citizenship are elsewhere, but task calls them to live abroad representing a different government. The Bible calls us ambassadors. Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians that we are ambassadors for Christ. Our home is here, but it is also there. Our mission is here, but our orders come from another place. We have a mission and a purpose. We are ambassadors for Christ and His kingdom.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
In this episode, we react to yesterday's election, the as-of-this-moment unannounced election results, and the Christian's role in their community. calvary.us/missionsmonthSupport the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
Our City Our Mission

Our City Our Mission

2020-11-0241:40

We are living in unsettled times. We are living through the most extraordinary of years, facing difficulties and challenges many of us never dreamed we would face. We stand 2 days away from an election, which we all sense will shape our future in some meaningful ways. All elections are filled with fervor and passion, and yet the volume has never been louder and many, on both sides of the aisle, view the other as an existential threat to our future liberties. Yet here we are, God’s people with a divine mission. Has our mission changed? Are we even sure what it is?Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
In this episode, we discuss the Rays World Series loss, the election next week, and the unchanged mission of the Christ-follower.Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
The writer C.S. Lewis observed, “Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance, the only thing it cannot be is moderately important.” (C.S. Lewis). And yet that is exactly what many people in our culture think about Jesus, that it is somewhat important. As we come to final church in our “Flickering Lamps” series, we read about a church that is perilously described as lukewarm; they are neither hot nor cold. Abut this church Jesus has nothing good to say. The situation is so bleak that Jesus is seen as standing outside the door, as if he is a forgotten guest, or worse someone who has been deliberately cast out. It is a tragic picture, but it is too often a picture of American churches and American Christians. Support the show (https://calvary.us/give/)
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