That’s Just Your Opinion: Responding to The Siren Call of Relativism We’re excited to have theologian, professor, and author, D.A. Carson, share with us on the topic of relativism. The Q&A time is included in the recording, though the last two questions did not get recorded.
Acts 2:37-41 The turn of a calendar year provides us with an opportunity to take inventory of our lives, evaluate, imagine, strategize, and plan. We often do this as individuals, making resolutions; or as companies, establishing goals. But this is something we’d like to do as a church family this year! This first Sunday of […]
1 Thessalonians 5:12-13/2 Timothy 3:16-4:5 We’re so thankful for God’s kindness to Christ’s Covenant Church in giving us Marc Goodwin as our new Lead Pastor. Join us as Pastor Ken Mellinger, the director of our region in the Sovereign Grace family of churches, brings a challenge to Pastor Marc as he “officially” begins his new […]
1 Corinthians 15:20 We may be tempted to think that the Easter story of Christ’s death and resurrection is a historical narrative with little to do with us. But in 1 Corinthians 15:20, we see that His story has everything to do with ours–that Christ’s resurrection guarantees our resurrection. Join us as we celebrate Christ’s […]
Acts 1:6-8 Having already served and played a vital role among the church body here at Christ’s Covenant for many years, Andy and Sara Royer were sent out as missionaries back at the end of 2013 to serve at Peniel Bible Institute in Jacutinga, Brazil. While they have relocated back to the States at least […]
Colossians 3:16-17 It was an honor to have Bob Kauflin join us at CCC! Bob, who is the Director of Sovereign Grace Music and one of the pastors of Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville, preached in our worship services from Colossians 3:16-17 on the topic of “Why We Sing.” In addition to being a gifted […]
Colossians 2:20-3:4 Join us as our very own Jake Osborn leads us through Colossians 2-3 & challenges us to set our minds on Christ this new year!
Jude 3, 20-21 It’s not everyday that we can celebrate a 500th birthday, but that’s what we get to do this week! It was 500 years ago that Martin Luther inadvertently began what became known as the Protestant Reformation when he nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. What […]
Ephesians We’re excited to introduce our new church mission statement this week! As a church, we believe God calls us to “glorify Him by growing together in Christ as a caring community of disciple makers.” That may sound like a straightforward statement, but it’s packed with great truths and challenges for us. So come learn […]
Responding to the Risen Christ Every Sunday that we gather for worship as a church family is a reminder that Jesus was raised from the dead early one Sunday morning long ago. And while we want every Sunday of the year to be one where we celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ, there is […]