Brian Brodersen I...

Pastor Brian Brodersen interviews author and speaker Ed Stetzer. They discussed Calvary Chapel's place in church history, corporate worship in church, and church planting.  Ed Stetzer is the Executive Director of LifeWay Research and missiologist in residence at LifeWay Christian Resources in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds two masters and doctoral degrees and has written dozens of respected articles and books includi...

Brian Ivie Interv...

Pastors Josh Turansky, Brian Brodersen, and Brian’s wife Cheryl Brodersen interviewed Director & Filmmaker Brian Ivie for calvarychapel.com during the Pastor’s Perspective radio program.  Brian Ivie recently directed the film “The Dropbox”, which tells the story of one pastor’s journey to save and care for unwanted babies in South Korea. The film has garnered film festival awards and earned praise and support from ch...

#AskBrianB Episod...

Pastor Brian Brodersen answers questions on heaven & church planting/transitions. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvkT8pquSys

Self-Reliance Is ...

Christianity is unquestionably God-reliant and never self-reliant. However, human tendency drifts toward self-reliance. The self-reliant look to themselves as having the insight, plans, and means to bring about salvation. The God-reliant are dependent upon God’s insight, plans, and means to bring about salvation. A self-reliant inclination is a byproduct of the fall of mankind with the tempter preying on this perspec...

Why The Gospel Is...

In past years there has been a re-emphasis and refocus on the centrality of the gospel. It's easy to notice how many organizations, books, conferences, and movements purposefully use the word “gospel” in their title. Generally, it is a welcome and positive trend, with the hope that the meaning of the word "gospel" doesn't get buried or taken for granted by overuse or careless use. The word “gospel” means “good news.”...

How To Wreck a Se...

This is Part Two in a series on "Gospel Centered Preaching". If you missed Part One click here.  There are many preaching approaches common in our day which do not maintain Christ as the central emphasis of the message. We as Bible teachers must ask ourselves the hard questions about our own motivations, and what we are hoping to accomplish in our delivery. Here are some preaching approaches that are not gospel-cente...

What is Gospel Ce...

“Gospel-centered” seems to be a catchphrase these days. Some may say it without really knowing what the term represents. Being gospel-centered is important to our theology, our preaching and our living, but it’s important to know why. Gospel-centered preaching is based on a theology in which Jesus is at the center of everything. God has fully and completely accomplished our salvation through the person and work of Je...

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