It seems like millennials are always texting, swiping, browsing, Snapchatting, Instagramming, or wasting time in some other way on a device, and dinosaurs like me have been quick to complain about it. But it turns out millennials, most of whom remember cassette tapes and graduated high school with flip phones, were old enough to ride the technological wave of the 2010s without getting sucked under.
See the recent teachings from this years Mens Conference that are now up on the webpage.
We recently hosted a worship conference here at Calvary Chapel Philadelphia and wanted to make it available to you online. We invite you to listen and glean from these teachings and sessions.
Several years ago we had the unique opportunity of inviting a brother and sister in the Lord, Roby Duke and Celeste Villanova, to present a collaboration celebrating racial reconciliation and unity in Christ.
Take a look at how God has used CCPhilly in 2015 and find out ways that you can be a part of it in 2016.
Imagine 1,500 people arriving an hour early for church. Baptizing 500 people in a few hours in the pacific ocean. Bible studies more popular than anything else. These are just a few of the amazing things that transpired during the Jesus Movement of the 1970’s in Southern California and is captured within the pages of The Reproducers.
Our Sunday night prayer service has prayed for 11-year-old Kayla McBride through a long treatment plan for Stage IV High Risk Neuroblastoma (cancer of the nerve tissue). Due to complications from the second of two bone marrow transplants, Kayla was not expected to survive. Thousands prayed, and on Kayla’s tenth birthday she began to experience a miraculous turn-around. She is currently disease-free.