Tolle Lege – Ordinary by Michael Horton

Tolle Lege – Ordinary by Michael Horton Tolle Lege is a Latin phrase that means “take up and read.” Augustine made this phrase famous when in his Confessions he says that God used a neighbor child incessantly chanting “tolle lege, tolle...

We Changed Our Name

We Changed Our Name This past Sunday, our church voted nearly unanimously to change our name from Calvary Baptist Church to Liberty Bible Church. Below is a brief history to give the context to our reasons why. Our church was planted in 1956 with a small nucleus of...

Biblical Stewardship

Biblical Stewardship Several months ago, when myself and two other guys started planning the teaching schedule for our upcoming class on biblical stewardship, we came up with subjects like finances (of course!), gifting, time, and creation (the environment). It was...

The Gift of Sunday

The Gift of Sunday ¬†Sunday by George Herbert ¬† O day most calm, most bright, The fruit of this, the next world’s bud, The endorsement of supreme delight, Writ by a friend, and with his blood; The couch of time; care’s balm and bay: The week were dark, but...

The Weight of a Wedding

The Weight of a Wedding Weddings can be a real mixed bag. For most people, it is typically a joyous occasion and an evening of celebration. For the wedding party, it can be a ball of stress because no one wants to do or say something that might ruin their...