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The Corona-virus statistics in the state of Idaho are heading the right direction and Calvary Chapel of Emmett has been allowed to open it's doors under certain regulations. Take a listen as Pastor Michael Hughes shares from Revelation 3:7-14 about having an ope door.

In this special message from Pastor Jason Hill, we'll look at what it really means to be separated while many of us are in quarantine under stay-at-home orders. This service was recorded LIVE on 04/25/2020!

How well do you handle difficult times? Everyone experiences set backs and trials, that is simply an unavoidable part of life. However, as Pastor Jeremiah explains in Acts 27, sometimes those difficult times are actually part of God's perfect plan.

Waiting can be hard to do, especially when you think of all that you could be doing instead. As Pastor Michael Hughes shares from Romans 8:14-28, sometimes waiting is actually the best thing that we can do.

Is there a formula for Revival? Is there a recipe or set of instructions that will guarantee Revival? As Pastor Michael Hughes shares, the Bible s very clear that Revival isn't a product of our own works, buy of His grace.

Enjoy Pastor Mike's Easter sermon recorded LIVE at our drive-in Easter Service!

Palm Sunday remembers the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. When Jesus rode into the city it caused quite a stir. As Pastor Jeremiah Campos explains in Matthew 19:1-11, there's a lot about Jesus' arrival into town that we can apply to our lives, especially in these difficult times.

During difficult times the tendency of some is to panic. Especially if they feel like there is no hope of things getting better. In 2 Kings 6:8-23 Pastor Michael Hughes reminds us that Jesus is in control and therefore we don't need to worry or feel helpless and weak. Rather, we are strong in His strength.

 

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, many governments throughout the world have issued stay-at-home orders. These orders have temporarily banned the gathering of people for any reason, even to worship and study at church. As a result, many churches have gone “underground”. Choosing to meet online instead of in person, but as Pastor Michael Hughes shares from John 3:1-21, this isn’t the first time in history that believers met privately.

In March of 2020 the spread of COVID-19 began to cause fear and panic among many across the nation. This caused massive runs for basic staples and sundry items at our grocery stores. Toilet paper, in particular, was horded and became nearly impossible to find. As Pastor Micheal Hughes shares from Matthew 6:20-34, we have hope and trust in Jesus. Even in our darkest times.

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