As the Pastor of outreach at CBC, I’m often asked by those within and outside of the Church, what is “outreach”? The word itself doesn’t appear in scripture and yet its concept is evident throughout both the Old and the New Testaments – it is fundamental, it is essential, and we are command by Christ […] » Read the rest of this post.
The Word encourages us to take care of the widows and orphans (James 1:27). Osborn Health and Rehab is one of the best places to love these dear people, ages 18-105, providing them a context for understanding how much God loves them in the person of Jesus Christ, and helping them know that they are […] » Read the rest of this post.
Our Sanctuary Choir will have the wonderful opportunity to sing the chorales from the St. John Passion in January of 2016 as part of the centerpiece concert of the 2016 Arizona Bach Festival. The Arizona Bach Festival contacted Camelback to participate because they knew we believe in the deep teaching of the Word and our hearts for Christ — the essential elements by which we can truly express the meaning of the Gospel and share Christ’s love with others. » Read the rest of this post.
Preparation is important for all the activities of our life, but it is especially important that we be prepared for life - that we be prepared to “really live.” We want to partner with parents to prepare their children for living in this world as children of God. » Read the rest of this post.
It was apparent that the Lord had already been at work even before my prayer. He was working in the heart of Alene Bell, stirring in her heart that a change was on the horizon. When she first saw our InTouch ad announcing our search for a new preschool director, she sensed the Lord was calling her to this position. » Read the rest of this post.
I watched people whom I’ve never seen before leave with joyful expressions, having been in Christ’s home and having experienced something very supernatural as we all learned about sacrifice and giving. » Read the rest of this post.
Our summer camps are not simply a place where we keep children occupied, but a place and time where each child is challenged to develop spiritually, physically, aesthetically, musically, and socially. » Read the rest of this post.
Join the Conversation, a ministry of Camelback Bible, is a time of building new and deeper relationships while tackling some of life’s greatest questions and challenges. Geared toward those in their 20’s and 30’s, the evening features food, music, worship, discussion, and plenty of Q&A on life’s toughest questions. » Read the rest of this post.
Camelback Bible-supported missionary to Rwanda Kedress Nziramakenga died February 20, 2015. She will be missed by her husband Simon and their many biological and adopted children. They returned to Rwanda after the genocide during which they lost dozens of family members. Kedress was a key player in the founding and administration of the primary school begun under the umbrella of the church they founded, Good Shepherd Community Church. » Read the rest of this post.
This celebration is not only about the 50 years of Camelback Bible, but also the opportunity to view God’s sovereignty in us as the body of Christ and the part we play in the whole history of God’s church starting with Abraham, moving through Jesus Christ (the new covenant) and including the reformation and beyond. » Read the rest of this post.
CBC's Create-a-Thon, a juried art exhibition, is the perfect outward and visible sign that the Church, Camelback Bible specifically, welcomes and deeply cares about the arts, artists, and building a healthy community among artists as part of the body of Christ. » Read the rest of this post.
For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor; so that you by his poverty might become rich. — II Corinthians 8:9 Every year in LOGOS Kids Club, we love to take on a project at Christmas time. As a practical way […] » Read the rest of this post.
As Camelback School for the Arts enters its second year, we rejoice in the idea that God has given us the opportunity to touch lives at Camelback Bible through music, painting, and drama, along with other disciplines. I would like to share with you where we are presently and where God is leading. As of […] » Read the rest of this post.
The close of Matthew’s Gospel depicts Jesus issuing a call upon his disciples. After following him for three years, witnessing his miracles, absorbing his teachings, and worshipping his resurrected body, they are to go and make more disciples. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and […] » Read the rest of this post.
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God. Colossians 3:16 This text from Colossians guides and informs our music ministry at Camelback Bible Church. Our ministry is founded in the Word of God. We […] » Read the rest of this post.
We devote our money, time, and prayers to community outreach organizations such as Neighborhood Ministries and Camelback High School Food Pantry. But do we stop there? As followers of Christ, we are commanded to love and care for the poor, not only in material form, but also through the Spirit, acting as spiritual guides. » Read the rest of this post.
You’ve been asked to save the date and it’s almost here! We are hosting our 2nd annual event celebrating the Visual and Performing Arts. Camelback Arts Festival is delighted to present Witness to Faith: The Biblical Art of Sadao Watanabe, featuring original works of graphic art by Japan’s foremost Christian artist of the 20th century. Sadao […] » Read the rest of this post.