Pastor Scott Mathis

Drawing from recent personal experience, Pastor Scott shares about how we can overcome chains that we might not even know we have. He expands on this idea by discussing different areas of life people usually struggle with their freedom.

Michelle Mauricio

colored pencil on paper

The King is on His throne and He is roaring like a lion.

Secrets of the Koran


by Don Richardson

Lynn Henderson

watercolor on paper

God's view of us as we worship. This is part 2 of the "Tiny Flower" piece.

Pastor Mark Thomas

After recently returning from the country of Burkina Faso in Africa, Pastor Mark gives us an update on the Bible translation project. He also shares with us a word sparked by his experiences there, encouraging us to embrace all the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints and what that truly entails.

Sean Guzman

oil on canvas board

A storm can be brooding and powerful, swooping in and crashing with that power. When looking at the storm it can be overwhelming to us. In size we are so small by comparison.

Pastor Sean Reyes

In this message, originally entitled, "How to Be a Person God Dwells In, a Place Where the Power of the Holy Spirit Can Thrive", Pastor Sean makes the connection between apparent spiritual attack during times of stepping out in faith and our dependence on God in our weakness.

Pastor Sean Reyes

In his first message from the pulpit since 2015, Pastor Sean recounts his recent battle to stand in perfect health and how God spoke to him through his weakest time. With scripture and clear examples, he encourages us on to the victory God has for us.

Sunday, June 12th


Youth Pastors Ben and Susan Estanislao

Pastor Kenny Clark

Happy Father's Day! Pastor Kenny shared the Word with us today about being a godly and effective father. We pray all of our dads today are encouraged, challenged, blessed, and most of all understand how much they are loved by their Heavenly Father.

Pastor Ben Estanislao

In our Second Sunday night service, Pastor Ben Estanislao reflects on his own recent life-saving event and discusses why sometimes we hesitate to share Jesus with others. He encourages us to fulfill the Lord's word in Matthew 5:16, "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven."

Pastor Paul Johnson

Before the day of Pentecost, ministry was limited to a certain generation for specific needs based on their experience. These generations didn't minister together; somehow this has been adopted within the church. When the day of Pentecost came, the Holy Spirit broke down walls between old and young, rich and poor, male and female, local and foreigner. He is calling us to work together in ministry in these last days, and as we do, a powerful move of God will begin!

Sean Guzman

oil on canvas board

Be strong and totally complete by being rooted in God's love. He will make His home in your heart as you trust in Him. This is how we do this:

Lynn Henderson

watercolor on paper

You've come a long way. You started out as a small, weak sprout.

Michelle Mauricio

colored pencil on paper

The Lord showed me a mountain, immovable and unshakable. On the side of the mountain was carved out the word "LOVE".


Calvary Worship Center
Sundays at 10am

3266 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32216

904-928-1067
904-928-1068 fax