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The podcast of Calvary Prineville contains the latest sermons from Pastor Rory Rodgers, and occasionally live recordings of the latest worship service. Continue Reading >>
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Proverbs in the Park - Proverbs encouraging a godly life - Audio The podcast of Calvary Prineville contains the latest sermons from Pastor Rory Rodgers, and occasionally live recordings of the latest worship service.
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Proverbs in the Park - Proverbs encouraging a godly life - Audio The podcast of Calvary Prineville contains the latest sermons from Pastor Rory Rodgers, and occasionally live recordings of the latest worship service.
They became silent - Audio Peter returns to Jerusalem and the news of him eating in a gentile’s house was already known. So Peter explains that how, through a vision, God called him to share the Gospel with the Gentiles as well as the Jews. Peter related that at first refused but the Lord rebuked him, and Peter obeyed. As a result, he shared with the Gentile Cornelius and his whole household, and a “Gentile Pentecost” happened. Then Peter challenged the Jewish Christians: If God gave the Gentiles the same gift as He gave us, how can we say no? When they heard these things they became silent and then glorified God that the Gentiles were given repentance to life also.
Halfway there! Cornelius sends for Peter - Audio In Caesarea a centurion named Cornelius, a devout and God-fearing man, was told in a vision to send for Peter, in Joppa. At the same time, Peter had a vision of all kinds of animals in a sheet, and God told him to eat. Peter protested since most were unclean to the Jews, but God said He had made everything clean. While still thinking about the vision, Cornelius' friends came for Peter, and God told him to go with them. Arriving in Caesarea, Peter understood that God had torn the walls down between Jew and Gentile, and that's what the vision was about. He explained Jesus to Cornelius and his household - all believed, were filled with the Holy Spirit and were baptized.
The deliberation of Peter - Audio Peter leaves Jerusalem to minister to the young churches hungry to hear from someone who walked with Jesus. Arriving at Lydda he came upon Aeneas, a man who had been bedridden for eight years. Even as Peter stood by him he sensed the Lord’s healing, and he was healed, which caused all those who saw Aeneas afterward to believe in Jesus. Then he heals a woman named Tabitha, who had been dead for several hours. This was Peter’s first healing. Once again, many believed. They heard the Word, saw the signs and believed. Peter made himself available, put Jesus on display and God did the rest. He lived a “deliberate” life.
What's wrong with you - Audio Paul teaches that because of Adam's sin, all mankind is born in sin. All have sinned and need redemption. One sinned and brought death to many. Then, through the sacrifice of Jesus, one Man died and brought life to many.
A wise son heeds his father's instruction - Audio The podcast of Calvary Prineville contains the latest sermons from Pastor Rory Rodgers, and occasionally live recordings of the latest worship service.
Saul becomes a gossiper of the gospel - Audio After his conversion, Saul changes from opposing the gospel to preaching it. So much so that he became a gossiper of the gospel, teaching in all the synagogues. Eventually he left Damascus for Jerusalem, prompted in great part by the Jews who were trying to kill him. In Jerusalem he intended to meet the apostles, but they were wary of him, given his history of persecuting the followers of Jesus. Finally, Barnabas convinced them that Saul was the "real deal," and that they needed to embrace him. Saul continued teaching and the church flourished.
Righteousness through faith - Audio The podcast of Calvary Prineville contains the latest sermons from Pastor Rory Rodgers, and occasionally live recordings of the latest worship service.
The conversion of Saul - Audio After Stephen is martyred, Saul is like a wild beast, set to destroy the Church. Already having created havoc in Jerusalem, he travels to Damascus to do the same. On the way, the Lord knocks him to the ground, speaks to him, and blinds him. He is directed to go to Damascus where he was lead by his friends. A man in Damascus, Ananias, was directed by the Lord to seek out Saul, pray with him, and baptize him. Saul believed and was filled with the Holy Spirit. God effectively turned the wolf into a shepherd, showing that if God can save Saul, He can save anyone.
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