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Would you be more generous if you had more money in your bank account? In Philippians 4:10-23, Pastor Michael Hughes explains that in Christ we have unlimited resources, therefore we should be generous in every way by God's grace.

Sometimes it can be hard to get along with others, even other Christians. As Pastor Michael Hughes explains in Philippians 4:1-9, when we find ourselves at odds with another believer we need to take our eyes off of them and focus on the Lord instead.

Have you ever gotten distracted from something important that you were doing? Maybe social media has distracted you from work, or something on your phone distracted you from driving?  As Pastor Michael Hughes explains in Nehemiah 5-6, losing track of your priorities can result in unnecessary difficulties and disaster.

What does it mean to be a Christian? As Pastor Jesse Hurless shares in this special message, Jesus taught us in Matthew 5:1-12 what being a Christian should actually look like.

Calvary Chapel Emmett is blessed to host special guest Wes Bentley, founder and director of Far Reaching Ministries. A missionary ministry organization heavily involved in South Sudan and Uganda. Enjoy.

Setting out to do a new thing can be exciting and fun. However once the excitement has worn off you might find yourself discouraged and even up against opposition. As Pastor Michael Hughes shares from Nehemiah 4 some of our most discouraging times can actually become opportunities for God to work miracles.

November 17th, 2019 was Orphan Sunday here at Calvary Chapel Emmett. To recognize the plight of orphans Pastor Michael Hughes spoke with Special guests Ava Sund and Mark & Kristi Gunerson. He also delves into Deuteronomy 10:14-21 to discuss how the church can serve orphans and the families that care for them.

Much like a falling tower of blocks it can seem like our lives fall apart suddenly and chaotically.  Rebuilding is much different. As Pastor Michael Hughes shares in Nehemiah 2-3, the process of rebuilding must be done carefully block by block.

Lets be honest. There are all things in our past that we wish we could forget. Whether embarrassing, painful, or shameful, there are some things we simply don't want to remember.  In Philippians 3:12-21 pastor Michael Hughes shows us that we truly can let the past go as we reach forward toward our new lives in Christ.

Sometimes in life we find ourselves holding onto things that are no longer helpful or beneficial to us.  Sometimes we hold onto things because we think they give us identity. In Philippians 3:1-11 Pastor Michael Hughes explains that true freedom and joy is found not in holding onto thing, but often by letting them go.

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