Patti Height tells her story in Calvary Chapel Magazine of being set free from her homosexual lifestyle. In this second video she shares part of her journey. Read the full story in Calvary Chapel Magazine.
In Nepal, survivors of recent devastating earthquakes are coming to faith in Christ as Christians help with the practical and spiritual needs of the people. This video preview highlights the cover story from issue 65 of Calvary Chapel Magazine. Read this story and more by ordering copies of Calvary Chapel Magazine for your church or subscribe and have each issue delivered to your home.
Please visit our video channel to download. CCM videos are available for embedding on your church website and downloading for sharing with others. Some churches share the preview videos during announcements. QR codes to these videos and more are available in the printed magazine.
In addition, please watch and download the following video in which Calvary Chapel Bible College students and faculty share their experiences sharing the Gospel during this year’s Talents Outreach. This event, based on one of Jesus’ parables, challenges us to invest our abilties and resources for God’s kingdom. Students were sent out into the local community in small numbers and with a limited budget. Along the way, each dorm developed creative ways to reach out to the lost.
In case you haven’t seen it yet, we have created a new Gospel video. This presentation features several people from all walks of life sharing the Gospel in their own words, as well as the voice of Pastor Chuck Smith. Please feel free to download this video to share with your church. As you may already know, the back of each copy of Calvary Chapel Magazine is a Gospel tract which includes the QR code to this video.
Saeed Abedini of CC Boise, ID, has been imprisoned in Iran since 2012. Saeed’s wife, Naghmeh, has relentlessly sought his release; on January 21, she and their children, Rebekka and Jacob, met with President Obama as he visited Boise, ID. Please pray for Saeed's release. For updates on his health and family, visit:
Photo by Aaron Hodges