Foundation Stones

foundation-stonesAny architect will tell you: You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation.

This is just as true in the spiritual realm, which is why John Calvin warned, “Those who are strong only in fervor and sharpness, but are not fortified with solid doctrine, weary themselves in their vigorous efforts, make a great noise…[and] make no headway because they build without foundation.

We have had on the Calvary website since Day 1 a link to “What we believe,” but more than just having them listed there, it is important to discuss them.

So the first Sunday of each month through the rest of 2021, we will be exploring our strong doctrinal foundation. I promise you that this won’t be “dry” theology or doctrine, but it will be an exciting journey of discovery of the foundation upon which we stand.

Please join me on Sunday, May 2, as we look at our next Foundation Stone.

Here are the topics we have covered so far:

5 Responses to “Foundation Stones”

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    […] Check out the video of this full message, and be sure to check out all of the messages in this Foundation Stones series by clicking here. […]

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    […] If you missed any parts of this series exploring our foundational belief statements, you can check out the full list by clicking here. […]

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    […] If you’ve missed any of the other messages in our Foundational Stones series, which is exploring our foundational beliefs, you may access all of them by clicking here. […]

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    […] If you’ve missed the discussion of any of our other foundational truths, you may access the full list by clicking here. […]

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