Have you ever wondered why we do some of the things we do as Christians such as baptism, communion, child dedication, or even prayer? What part do these and other traditions play in worshiping God and growing in our faith? Over the next few weeks we will explore these practices and rituals more deeply in […] » Read the rest of this post.
Yet You have reached through time and space, to give us Your Son, so that we CAN truly know You...that is real life! To be completely known, AND completely loved anyway...what else do we really need? » Read the rest of this post.
In September at Camelback Bible Church, we begin a sermon series that will take us deeper than we’ve ever been before. We’ll be examining Paul’s letter to the churches of Ephesus. For a fill up fuller than anything you thought possible, get ready to plunge into Ephesians. Running on Fullness, a sermon series by Dr. Tim Savage, begins Sunday, September 20. » Read the rest of this post.
Luke comes to us with extraordinary education and experience. Luke has directed many choirs, composed a great deal of music, and has an impressive career as a singer, singing with some of the nation’s finest choirs. The most remarkable thing about Luke, however, is his pastor’s heart, and his sincere desire to serve in ministry. » Read the rest of this post.
As Christians, we all want to be disciples of Jesus Christ. What does Jesus teach and where does he lead? The best answers are the ones Jesus himself gives. This summer, we will study the book of Luke and be challenged to live on heaven's plane while walking on earth.
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At Camelback Bible Church, the celebration of the world’s most significant birth is a highlight of our calendar year. The wonder of it never wears out – the arrival in a cattle’s trough of Jesus the Christ, Savior of our sins and Lord of our lives! The secular world exploits Christmas for material gain and […] » Read the rest of this post.
The Incomparable Jesus Incomparable is defined as “without an equal in quality or extent; matchless” and “unable to be compared.” And incomparable most certainly describes the Jesus we will hear about over the next few weeks. It turns out Jesus was much bigger than we thought — at least the Jesus as the prophet Daniel describes […] » 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.
The "blessedness" of the Sermon on the Mount - a peace not dependent upon our circumstances but rather on what God is doing in us - protects us from temptation, insecurity, and anxiety. It is the peace that enables us to place Christ at the center of our lives and to love and care not only for our friends, but also our enemies. It is a peace that only comes from Jesus Christ, a peace that He is offering to you. » Read the rest of this post.
What happened in four consecutive days in the early 30’s A.D. was more important than the cumulative significance of the 730,000 days since then. Nowhere else in history have four solitary days carried such weight or made such an impact. Those experiencing those four days were changed so much by the events of those 96 […] » Read the rest of this post.