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Worship | How He Loves Us

Worship | How He Loves Us

How Loves Us by John Mark McMillan© 2005 Integrity's Hosanna! Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing (IMI))CCLI Song # 5032549CCLI License # 1201280

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2015 Youth Outing

2015 Youth Outing

Youth Outing at Bay View Mini Putt & Zipline

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A Look Back at CCWO

A Look Back at CCWO

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"Alive" (Mary Magdalene)

"Alive" (Mary Magdalene)

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Resurrection Day Celebration - Worship

Resurrection Day Celebration - Worship

Celebrating the Resurrection Day of our Lord Jesus Christ at Calvary Chapel West Oahu.CCWO Worship Teamwww.calvarychapelwestoahu.org

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  • August 30, 2015

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: Praise the Lord for those who have volunteered for the upcoming quarter...many faithful servants indeed! However, we are still in need of teachers, assistants, helpers and praise & worship leaders. There is a sign-up board on the patio, so please take a look at the openings and prayerfully consider helping out this quarter. We also have need of children’s church workers for Wednesday Evening service. Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao will provide the required training. Also if you haven’t helped in children’s church in the last year and plan to sign up, please see Pastor Dan after signing up.

    HARVEST FEST: If you would like to be a blessing and sign-up to volunteer for the upcoming Harvest Fest, please see the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the foyer. See Pastor Kelly or Kathy Jenkins for more information.

    YOUTH OUTING: We have a Youth Outing to Bay View Mini-Putt and Zipline in Kaneohe. This event is scheduled for Saturday, September 12th from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM. The cost for this event is $40.00 per person which includes lunch at the site. In addition to the church Liability Waiver Form, Bay View also requires that each participant must fill out their own Liability Form. Both Forms should be available in the Foyer. There is a sign up sheet located in the Foyer or inside the Youth Room. As usual, drop off and pick up is at the church facility. The Bus leaves at 8:30 so please drop off for your youth at 8 AM. For more information and question, please see Pastor Felix Tan.

    AWANA: For all interested clubbers and leaders, AWANA will begin the new season on October 4th, 2015 at 5:30 PM. We are still in need of helpers and leaders if you are still interested, please see Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed or Susan Fuchikami for further details and opportunities.

    ATTENTION LADIES: There is still time to join if you are interested! There will be one session at 9:00 AM and another at 7:00 PM. Cost of the book is $15.00. Please bring payment to the first day of the study and your book will be given out then! Any questions please see Irene Couch.

    HARVEST AMERICA: The SoCal Harvest is an event that features performances by top Christian artists and a gospel message by Greg Laurie. Harvest Events are designed to be opportunities for Christians to invite family members, coworkers, friends, and acquaintances to hear the life-changing message of the gospel in an environment that is entertaining, yet nonthreatening. We will be streaming this event in the Sanctuary TODAY from 4:00-6:00 PM so please bring an unsaved friend or family member and be encouraged!

    LIVING WATERS: The Living Waters Bible Study will be cancelled this Sunday due to the Harvest America.

    TRAIL LIFE: Trail Life is a Christ-Centered Scouting ministry for young men of all ages. Our desire is to have one here at CCWO and to use it to reach out to the young within our own community. We are presently still in need of Leaders to serve in the various age groups within this ministry. The need is from Kindergarten aged boys up through the 12th grade. So, please if you would like to be involved in this incredible outreach to young men, sign up on the bulletin board. You can also see Pastor Tau or Michael Williams at the Trail Life information table outside on the patio for more information.

    MOMS & TOTS: Moms & Tots is a fellowship group of mothers and their children getting together with other mothers and their children! The updated schedules for September and October are now available on the flyer in the foyer! Please see Abby Quast for more information.

  • August 23, 2015

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: Praise the Lord for those who have volunteered for the upcoming quarter...many faithful servants indeed! However, we are still in need of teachers, assistants, helpers and praise & worship leaders. There is a sign-up board on the patio, so please take a look at the openings and prayerfully consider helping out this quarter. We also have need of children’s church workers for Wednesday Evening service. Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao will provide the required training. Also if you haven’t helped in children’s church in the last year and plan to sign up, please see Pastor Dan after signing up.

    HARVEST FEST MEETING: If you would like to be a blessing and sign-up to volunteer for the upcoming Harvest Fest, please see the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the foyer. See Pastor Kelly or Kathy Jenkins for more information.

    YOUTH OUTING: We have a Youth Outing to Bay View Mini-Putt and Zipline in Kaneohe. This event is scheduled for Saturday, September 12th from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM. The cost for this event is $40.00 per person which includes lunch at the site. In addition to the church Liability Waiver Form, Bay View also requires that each participant must fill out their own Liability Form. Both Forms should be available in the Foyer. There is a sign up sheet located in the Foyer or inside the Youth Room. As usual, drop off and pick up is at the church facility. The Bus leaves at 8:30 so please drop off for your youth at 8 AM. For more information and question, please see Pastor Felix Tan.

    AWANA: MEETING TODAY! For all interested clubbers and leaders, AWANA will begin the new season on October 4th, 2015 at 5:30 PM. For those who have signed up to be leaders and those who still wish to lead or help with the ministry, we will be having a short meeting after the second service TODAY. We will discuss the AWANA basic training on August 29th, 2015 and the annual AWANA conference on September 26th. If you can’t attend today’s meeting, please see Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed or Susan Fuchikami for further details and opportunities.

    FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY: Dave Ramsey’s 9 week class will begin Monday September 14, 2015. Learn how to get out of debt, live on a budget, save & invest, become an outrageous giver and so much more. Financial Peace is not just the name of the class it’s what God wants for His Children. Change your family tree forever. Cost is $99.99. Registration is one day only, TODAY, August 23 after both services. If anyone wants to sponsor a couple or individual they can see either Pastor Felix, Pastor Tau, or Pastor Charles.

    ATTENTION LADIES: We welcome you to join us for our upcoming Women’s Bible Study, “What Love Is” by Kelly Minter! This study is on 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John and encourages you to remain faithful to the truth. You will be challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. The study will begin THIS Thursday, August 27, 2015. There will be one session at 9:00 AM and another at 7:00 PM. Cost of the book will be $15.00. Please bring payment to the first day of the study and your book will be given out then! We are still in need of volunteers for childcare, so if you are able please see Irene Couch. Sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Any questions see Irene Couch.

  • August 16, 2015

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The new Children’s Church quarter will begin on Sunday, September 6, 2015. We have need of teachers, assistants, and subs. Please prayerfully consider serving in this important ministry. The sign-up board will be on the patio. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information.

    HARVEST FEST CARWASH: Thank you so much to everyone who helped out and/or participated with the carwash fundraising for this year’s Harvest Fest. As always, the goal is to offset any cost that will go towards the event. Your generosity in helping out with this ministry is greatly appreciated. Praise Jesus!

    HARVEST FEST MEETING: Please note there will be a meeting for the upcoming Harvest Fest TODAY, Sunday, August 16th, 2015 in Classroom # 1 after the second service. Please see Pastor Kelly or Kathy Jenkins for more information.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Out with the old A/C units and in with the new. Praise the Lord for providing! We are in need of volunteers to help out with dumping the old excess materials from the replacement of our church A/C units. If you have a truck and you are available to help in this need, please see Pastor Dean for scheduling arrangement.

    YOUTH OUTING: We have a Youth Outing to Bay View Mini-Putt and Zipline in Kaneohe. This event is scheduled for Saturday, September 12th from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM. The cost for this event is $40.00 per person which includes lunch at the site. In addition to the church Liability Waiver Form, Bay View also requires that each participant must fill out their own Liability Form. Both Forms should be available in the Foyer. There is a sign up sheet located in the Foyer or inside the Youth Room. As usual, drop off and pick up is at the church facility. The Bus leaves @ 8:30 so please drop off for your youth @ 8 AM. For more information and question, please see Pastor Felix Tan.

    AWANA: In preparation for the 2015-2016 school year, we would like you to prayerfully consider helping out in this dynamic ministry. It is moving from Wednesdays 7:00 PM-8:30 PM to Sunday nights 5:30 PM -7:30 PM. There is a sign-up sheet in the foyer. Please see Pastor Dan or Sarah Reed for more information.

    FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY: Regan Blair will be starting a 9-week class using Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. The class will be held every Monday night from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, beginning Monday, September 14th, 2015 and ends on Monday, November 16th, 2015. Registration for the class will be held on ONE DAY ONLY after each service on SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 2015. Please see Regan Blair for more information.

    ATTENTION LADIES: We welcome you to join us for our upcoming Women’s Bible Study, “What Love Is” by Kelly Minter! This study is on 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John and encourages you to remain faithful to the truth. You will be challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. The study will begin on Thursday, August 27, 2015. There will be one session at 9:00 AM and another at 7:00 PM. If you are able to volunteer for childcare please see Irene Couch. Sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Any questions see Irene Couch.

  • August 9, 2015

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The new Children’s Church quarter will begin on Sunday, September 6, 2015. We have need of teachers, assistants, and subs. Please prayerfully consider serving in this important ministry. The sign-up board will be on the patio. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information.

    YOUTH OUTING: We have a Youth Outing to Bay View Mini-Putt and Zipline in Kaneohe. This event is scheduled for Saturday, September 12th from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM. The cost for this event is $40.00 per person which includes lunch at the site. In addition to the church Liability Waiver Form, Bay View also requires that each participant must fill out their own Liability Form. Both Forms should be available in the Foyer. There is a sign up sheet located in the Foyer or inside the Youth Room. As usual, drop off and pick up is at the church facility. The Bus leaves @ 8:30 so please drop off for your youth @ 8 AM. For more information and question, please see Pastor Felix Tan.

    AWANA: In preparation for the 2015-2016 school year, we would like you to prayerfully consider helping out in this dynamic ministry. It is moving from Wednesdays 7:00 PM-8:30 PM to Sunday nights 5:30 PM -7:30 PM. There is a sign-up sheet in the foyer. Please see Pastor Dan or Sarah Reed for more information.

    FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY: Regan Blair will be starting a 9-week class using Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. The class will be held every Monday night from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, beginning Monday, September 14th, 2015 and ends on Monday, November 16th, 2015. Registration for the class will be held on ONE DAY ONLY after each service on SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 2015. Please see Regan Blair for more information.

    ATTENTION LADIES: We welcome you to join us for our upcoming Women’s Bible Study, “What Love Is” by Kelly Minter! This study is on 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John and encourages you to remain faithful to the truth. You will be challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. The study will begin on Thursday, August 27, 2015. There will be one session at 9:00 AM and another at 7:00 PM. If you are able to volunteer for childcare please see Irene Couch. Sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Any questions see Irene Couch.

    OLELO NO’EAU ORIENTATION: ‘Olelo No’eau, the Hawaii chapter of Christian Communicators of America (CCA), will begin its 16th consecutive season teaching Christian home educated students to speak skillfully while honoring God in word, actions, and attire. Home-educated students between the ages of 13 – 18 (as of January 1, 2016) are welcome to join our speech and debate club. There are two CCA tournaments in the spring that act as the capstone events for each year. Our club meets on most Mondays in Mililani from 10:00a–2:00p and one Tuesday evening per month, 5:00-8:30p, in Ewa Beach. If you are considering joining 'Olelo No'eau please attend the mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 11th at Calvary Chapel. The orientation will begin promptly at 7p. For our planning purposes, please let Beth Vellalos know if you plan to attend the orientation.

    HARVEST FEST CAR WASH: We are having a car wash on Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 9 AM to 2 PM to offset the upcoming Harvest Fest expenses. The car wash will be held for a suggested donation of $5.00. Please see Pastor Kelly or Kathy Jenkins for more information.

    HARVEST FEST MEETING: Please note there will be a meeting for the upcoming Harvest Fest on Sunday, August 16th, 2015 in Classroom # 1 after the second service. Please see Pastor Kelly or Kathy Jenkins for more information.

  • August 31, 2014

    MAKING LITTLE WOMEN:  Please note that today is the last day to sign up and make payment.  All “Little Women” ages 12-­17 are invited to an overnight retreat here this Friday, September 5th ­ Saturday, September 6th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  If cost is an issue, please see Irene Couch for scholarship availability.  Please see Karen Tan on the Lanai to sign up.
     
    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion.  We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship this Wednesday, September 3rd at 7 PM in the sanctuary.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins next Sunday, September 7th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this vital ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their hearts for Jesus.  Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  

    WOMEN’S STUDY:  Attention ladies!  It’s not too late to sign up for the women’s Bible study, The Book of Revelation, which begins this Thursday, September 4th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  This study is taught by Cheryl Brodersen via video.  Please see Irene Couch to purchase a workbook.  

    WOMEN’S STUDY:  Ladies, please complete Lesson 11, “Overcoming Power” before our first meeting this Thursday, September 4th.  If you need to purchase a workbook, please see Irene Couch on the Lanai.

    WOMEN’S STUDY CHILDCARE:  If you would like to be a blessing to those ladies in need of childcare, please consider volunteering for either the 9 AM or 7 PM women’s bible study session beginning September 4th.  If you are able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 10th at 7 PM.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  You may begin registering your children today after both services on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John or Susan Fuchikami for any questions.

    AFTERGLOW:  Please join us in the sanctuary next Sunday, September 7th at 6 PM as we gather for worship and prayer.  As believers, we will seek the Lord and His Word for the ministry and gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Please see Pastor John for additional information.   

    PERFORMING ARTS MINISTRY:  Do you enjoy video production, computer graphics, acting, dancing, writing skits or anything theatrical?  If so, please prayerfully consider joining this exciting new ministry.  There will be a meeting next Sunday, September 7th at 12:15 PM in classroom #1 for all who are interested.  If you have any questions, please contact Kim Jacobson.

    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY:  Please note that the church office and facility will be closed tomorrow in observance of Labor Day.

  • GOD IS ALWAYS THINKING OF US

    “How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God!  How great is the sum of them!  If I should count them, they would be more in number than the sand; when I awake, I am still with You.”  (Psalm 139:17­-18)

    God’s thoughts toward us; how precious are they!  They are deep in themselves, such as cannot possibly be fathomed and comprehended.  They are dear to us; we must think of them with a great deal of reverence, and yet with pleasure and thankfulness.  If we were to count them, they would be more in number than the sand.  Just think how long it would take to count every grain of sand.  It is inconceivable and yet that is how much God’s thoughts are toward us.  When our eyes are closed in sleep and we have been lost in forgetfulness of Him in our slumbers, when we awake from that unconscious state, we are still with Him.  We find that His eyes were never closed and that He has not forgotten us.  There has been no change and no slumbering with Him.  God is always thinking of us.  Praise Jesus!

    ~ Pastor Kelly Jenkins ~

  • MAINTAINING OUR HEART

    “These people honor Me with their lips, but their hearts are far from Me.” (Matthew 15:8 NLT)
     
    The Pharisees were a group of people only concerned with their outward appearance.  During the time of His ministry, Jesus had many interesting things to say to the Pharisees.  One that has always caught my attention is, “these people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me.”  If there is one thing that is certain in this world, it is “change.”  Everything is subject to it.  If you were to paint your fence white and leave it alone, it is going to change.  Unless it is maintained, over time it will darken.  Likewise, we have to keep repainting our hearts, maintaining the purity, the whiteness.  It’s a daily thing.  I think this is something we can drift from as we get used to life and grow older.  Although I'm still fairly young in age, as I grow older in my faith, I've found that I can get used to the routine; in that sense I can fake it.  Over time, it can become easier to go along with the actions but the heart isn't there.  Jesus spoke to the church in Ephesus and said even though your works are awesome, something in your heart isn't.  That is what Jesus is after, our heart.  Daily we need to make sure that not only our hands are clean but our hearts are as well.  We have to maintain the white fence of our hearts, painting over it with the cleansing blood of Christ that takes away all our sin.  As we spend time each day in God’s Word and in prayer, He will transform us into people who honor Him with both our heart and actions.

    ~ Trent Brumm ~

  • August 24, 2014

    MAKING LITTLE WOMEN:  All “Little Women” ages 12­17 are invited to an overnight retreat Friday, September 5th ­ Saturday, September 6th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  There is a sign­up sheet on the bulletin board.  If cost is an issue, please see Irene Couch for scholarship availability.  Also, if you have already signed up, please make payment as soon as possible.  
     
    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 7th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this vital ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their hearts for Jesus.  Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Mahalo to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    WOMEN’S STUDY:  Attention ladies!  It’s not too late to sign up for the women’s Bible study, The Book of Revelation, which begins Thursday, September 4th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  This study is taught by Cheryl Brodersen via video.  Please see Irene Couch to purchase a workbook.  

    WOMEN’S STUDY:  Ladies, please complete Lesson 11, “Overcoming Power” before our first meeting on September 4th.  If you need to purchase a workbook, please see Irene Couch or Amy Brumm.

    WOMEN’S STUDY CHILDCARE:  If you would like to be a blessing to those ladies in need of childcare, please consider volunteering for either the 9 AM or 7 PM women’s bible study session beginning September 4th.  If you are able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 10th at 7 PM.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  You may begin registering your children next Sunday, August 31st after both services on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John or Susan Fuchikami for any questions.

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event at Calvary Chapel Honolulu is scheduled for tonight at 6 PM and tomorrow, August 25th ­ Wednesday, August 27th at 6:30 PM.  Speakers are Skip Heitzig, Jack Abeelen, Don Stewart and Pancho Juarez.  Use the enclosed flyer to invite a friend.  Admission is FREE!

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Please note that there is no Worship Service tonight due to the End Times Outreach.  Also, due to the Pastor’s, Leader’s & Church Worker’s Conference and End Times Outreach, the Church Office and Facility will be closed tomorrow, August 25th through Wednesday, August 27th.  All ministries, including Tuesday morning women’s prayer and Wednesday’s Mid–Week Service, are temporarily cancelled.  The church office will reopen Thursday, August 28th.
     
    POLO SHIRTS:  Today is the last day to place your CCWO polo shirt order.  A variety of  colors are available and the cost is $12 each.  Please note that payment needs to be made in advance.  The sign–up sheet is located at the Welcome Table.  Please see Russell Henna for any questions. 

  • August 17, 2014

    AWANA:  We hope to resume our clubs on Wednesday evenings this fall.  You are invited to get involved in helping our children to have a lasting and fruitful relationship with Jesus.  If you signed up to help or would like more information about this ministry, please attend the meeting today at 12:15 PM in classroom #1.  

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Don Stewart scheduled to speak next Sunday, August 24th at both morning services.  Don is the host of the nationally known radio program “Pastor’s Perspective.”  Please invite a friend and join us!

    MAKING LITTLE WOMEN:  All “Little Women” ages 12-17 are invited to an overnight retreat Friday, September 5th - Saturday, September 6th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board.  If cost is an issue, please see Irene Couch for scholarship availability.  Also, if you have already signed up, please make payment as soon as possible.   

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 7th.  Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for questions.  

    WOMEN’S STUDY CHILDCARE:  If you would like to bless those ladies in need of childcare, please consider volunteering for either the 9 AM or 7 PM women’s bible study session beginning September 4th.  If you are able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  Please join us this Thursday, August 21st at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  If you need more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    HOW TO WALK 2014:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will host the “How To Walk” Conference this Saturday, August 23rd from 8:30 AM–3:30 PM.  The theme is “God’s Love in a Cold World.”  Admission is FREE!

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event, also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu, is scheduled for Sunday, August 24th at 6 PM and Monday, August 25th - Wednesday, August 27th at   6:30 PM.  Admission is FREE!

    PASTOR’S, LEADER’S & CHURCH WORKER’S CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is  Monday, August 25th – Wednesday, August 27th from 8 AM–3 PM and the theme is “Essentials – Tools of Ministry.”  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com to register.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is Friday, August 29th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $95 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration and payment deadline is today.  For questions, please see Dan Jacobson.

    POLO SHIRTS:  We are taking orders for CCWO polo shirts through next Sunday, August 24th.  A variety of colors are available and the cost is $12 each.  Please note that payment needs to be made in advance.  The sign–up sheet is located at the Welcome Table.  Please see Russell Henna for any questions.

    CHURCH FACILITY CLOSURE:  The church facility will be closed this Saturday due to the 2014 “How to Walk” Conference

  • A ONCE AND FOR ALL SACRIFICE

    As you read through the book of Leviticus in the Old Testament, you will find that the Lord provided a sacrifice for just about every type of sickness or sin you could possibly have or commit.  These sacrifices provided the person or the offender an opportunity for a cleansing of their sicknesses or sins.  All of these sacrifices are found in the Old Covenant, in the book of the Law.  It blesses me to know that Jesus said, “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish but to fulfill” (Matthew 5:17 NASB).  His sacrifice for us on that cross has given us forgiveness of our sins and freedom from the power and the penalty of our sins.  And that sacrifice was once for all (Hebrews 7:27).  So, unlike those living under the law who had to sacrifice and shed the blood of a young bull, lamb, goat or turtle dove time and time again, all we need to do is to look to, trust in, rely on Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of any and all of our sins.  “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9 NIV).  No longer is an animal sacrifice necessary for us to be right with God.  Jesus is our sacrifice.  Trust in Him!

    ~ Pastor Dean Pagan ~

  • August 10, 2014

    ROOM FOR INTERNS:  We have two young ladies arriving in September to serve in our Children's and Youth ministries.  We would like to assist them in finding an apartment or room to share.  If you would like to host them or help in some way, please see Pastor John.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Don Stewart scheduled to speak Sunday, August 24th at both morning services.  Don is the host of the nationally known radio program “Pastor’s Perspective.”  Please invite a friend and join us!

    NEW ZEALAND MISSION CAR WASH:  Please support our Young Adult’s fundraiser this Saturday, August 16th from 9 AM - ­1 PM.  Presale tickets are available for the suggested donation of $5.  Please visit their table on the Lanai to purchase one.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 7th.  Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for questions.  Mahalo to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    AWANA:  We hope to resume our clubs on Wednesday evenings this fall.  You are invited to get involved in helping our children to have a lasting and fruitful relationship with Jesus.  There is a meeting next Sunday, August 17th at 12:15 PM in classroom #1.  If you plan to serve, please sign up on the bulletin board.  For questions, please see Pastor John or Susan Fuchikami.

    HOW TO WALK 2014:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will host the “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 23rd from 8:30 AM–3:30 PM.  The theme is “God’s Love in a Cold World.”  Admission is FREE!

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event, also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu, is scheduled for Sunday, August 24th at 6 PM and Monday, August 25th ­ Wednesday, August 27th at 6:30 PM.  Admission is FREE!

    PASTOR’S, LEADER’S & CHURCH WORKER’S CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is  Monday, August 25th – Wednesday, August 27th from 8 AM – 3 PM and the theme is “Essentials – Tools of Ministry.”  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com to register.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament Friday, August 29th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $95 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration and payment deadline is next Sunday, August 17th.  For questions, please see Dan Jacobson.

    ‘OLELO NO’EAU:  This is our 15th year of teaching Christian, home­educated students to speak skillfully while honoring God in word, actions and attire.  Home–educated students ages 13 – 18 (as of January 1, 2015) are invited to join our speech and debate club.  If you are considering joining, please attend the mandatory orientation this Tuesday, August 12th at 7 PM here in the sanctuary.  Please contact Beth Vellalos if you plan to attend.  Also, please pass this information on to anyone who may be interested.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  Please join us Thursday, August 21st at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  If you need more information, please see Duke Kauka.

  • WISE OR FOOLISH

    “At midnight they were roused by the shout, ‘Look, the bridegroom is coming! Come out and meet him’” (Matthew 25:6 NLT).  

    In this parable, Jesus contrasts the wise and foolish virgins.  Five were fully committed and ready while five only put forth a half­hearted attempt and were left.  What would Jesus find if He came back today?  I’ve always considered myself one of the wise and in many ways I “appear” to have it all together.  But God has revealed some nagging issues that put me in the other camp.  I can be critical, negative (ask my wife) and prone to entertainment distractions.  Unfortunately, like the five foolish, we as Christians can  deceive ourselves into thinking we are doing “okay.”  We become dull, sluggish and complacent in our walk with The Lord.  This lack of sincere dedication can be seen in statistics which reveal how closely we as a church resemble the world around us.  Jesus’ return is imminent.  NOW is the time to examine our lives and our own personal level of commitment to God’s standard.  Everything we need is available to us through HIS mighty power.  So...People Get Ready, Jesus IS Comin’!

    ~ Kip Brumm ~   

  • DELIGHT IN THE LORD

    “Delight yourself in the LORD, and He shall give you the desires of your heart.”  (Psalm 37:4)

    The word delight is one of those “feel­good” words.  It brings to mind joy, contentment and pleasurable times.  The Bible says our relationship with God should bring us more joy, satisfaction and pleasure than any other relationship, activity or thing.  Meaning, we should find our greatest pleasure in God and the things close to His heart.  With life’s pace, how can we consistently do this?  The answer lies in the sequence of Psalm 37:4.  The Lord’s granting our desires follows our delighting in Him.  The encouragement is consistency in our personal time of fellowship with God, His word and in worship.  This causes our mind and heart to take delight in the things God loves.  God may show us the situation from His view, allowing us to see things as He sees.  By aligning ourselves to God, our heart will begin to  desire the same things His heart desires.  Remember, our part is to “delight” while His part is the “give.”  As we spend time daily with our Lord, we will long for those things close to the Father’s heart, finding ourselves joyful to be in the center of God’s will…to the glory of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.

    ~ Pastor Tau Sooto ~

  • August 3, 2014

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  Please join us in the sanctuary tonight from 6 - ­7 PM for a time of corporate prayer.  Jesus promised that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything you ask, it will be done by My Father in heaven.  For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them (Matthew 18:19­-20).  

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Don Stewart scheduled to speak Sunday, August 24th at both of our morning services.  Don is the host of the nationally known radio program “Pastor’s Perspective.”  Please invite a friend and join us!

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 7th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this vital ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their hearts for Jesus.  Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Mahalo to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    AWANA:  We hope to resume our Cubbies, Sparks and T&T clubs on Wednesday evenings this fall.  You are invited to get involved in helping our children to have a lasting and fruitful relationship with Jesus through Scripture memorization, character building and leadership development.  There will be a meeting Sunday, August 17th at 12:15 PM in  classroom #1.  If you are interested or plan to serve, please sign up on the bulletin board.  For questions, please see  Pastor John or Susan Fuchikami.

    HOW TO WALK 2014:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the annual “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 23rd from 8:30 AM–3:30 PM.  This year’s theme is “God’s Love in a Cold World.”  Admission is FREE!

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event, also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu, is scheduled for Sunday, August 24th at 6 PM and Monday, August 25th ­ Wednesday, August 27th at 6:30 PM.  Admission is FREE!

    PASTOR’S, LEADER’S & CHURCH WORKER’S CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is  Monday, August 25th – Wednesday, August 27th from 8 AM–3 PM and the theme is “Essentials – Tools of Ministry.”  There is a fee for this event and registration is required.  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com for more information and to register.

    NEW ZEALAND MISSION CAR WASH:  Our Young Adults Group will be ministering at Shoreline Church in New Zealand in October.  Please support their fundraiser Saturday, August 16th from 9 AM­ - 1 PM.  Presale tickets are available for the suggested donation of $5.  Please see Pastor Felix to purchase one.

    ROOM FOR INTERNS:  We have two young ladies, Emily Ishiki and Marrisa Lopez, arriving in September to serve with us in our Children's and Youth ministries.  We would like to assist them in finding an apartment or room to share.  If you would like to host them or help in some way please let us know.  For details, please see Pastor John.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 29th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $95 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration and payment deadline is August 17th.  For questions, please see Dan Jacobson.

    ‘OLELO NO’EAU:  This is our 15th year of teaching Christian, home­educated students to speak skillfully while honoring God in word, actions and attire.  Home–educated students ages 13–18 (as of January 1, 2015) are invited to join our speech and debate club.  We meet most Mondays from 10 AM–2 PM in Mililani and one Tuesday evening per month in Ewa Beach from 5:30–8:30 PM.  If you are considering joining, please attend the mandatory orientation Tuesday, August 12th at 7 PM here in the sanctuary.  Please contact Beth Vellalos if you plan to attend.  Also, please pass this information on to anyone who may be interested.

  • A NEW NATURE

    “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” (2 Corinthians 5:17)

    Now that we are Christians, we should ask if there’s any change in our attitude and behavior from when we lived in the world.  For example, the Bible tells us that we should love to fellowship with all believers.  Also, if we truly love God we should keep His commandments (1 John 5:1­2).  And since love comes from God, for God is love (1 John 4:7­8), if we don’t love other believers, do we really belong to Him?  Jesus said by our love for one another all men would know that we are His disciples (John 13:25).  We show our love by serving each other.  Also, by doing good works we will glorify our Father in heaven.  Ultimately Christianity is not about “do’s or don’ts,” it’s about loving God and one another.  We do so, because we are a new creation, with “a new nature.”

    ~ Hendrik Feliciano ~

  • September 1, 2013

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins today.  We still have a few needs.  Please see the sign­up board on the Lanai.  If you have any questions or need more information, please see Pastor John.

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 18th.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you would like to assist.  You may register your children today after both services on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:  The next ladies study, “Mercy Triumphs” by Beth Moore, begins this Thursday, September 5th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  Please join us as we journey through the book of James.  Workbooks will be distributed at the first session and the cost is $18.  There are sign­up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch or call the church office. 

    CHILDCARE:  We are in need of some volunteers to help with childcare for both the 9 AM and 7 PM women’s study session beginning this Thursday, September 5th.  If you would be able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP:  We have a new home fellowship beginning this Friday, September 6th at 7 PM.  The group will meet the 1st Friday of each month at the home of Frank and Jessie DeCoite at 91­1118 Pekau Street in “Sandalwood” by Gentry (across from Safeway) and the study will be taught by Frank.  For any questions, please call Frank or Jessie.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  Please note that the church office and facility is closed tomorrow in observance of Labor Day.  We invite everyone to pray with us Monday, September 9th at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion.  We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship this Wednesday, September 4th at 7 PM in the  sanctuary. 

    HOMESCHOOL/MOM’S GROUP:  We have a new fellowship group starting in September geared towards homeschooling/stay­at­home moms.  Their first outing scheduled is to see the Dinosaur Exhibit at the Bishop Museum tomorrow at 9 AM.  For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    MY HOPE WITH BILLY GRAHAM:  There will be a unique opportunity for evangelism with Billy Graham on Thursday, November 7th.  Billy will present the gospel by video across our land through thousands of homes and churches.  For information, please see Pastor John or Pastor Kelly or go to www.myhopewithbillygraham.org.  Please be praying for this event!

    DISTRACTIONS:  As we gather together to worship our Lord in song and to study His Word, it is truly our desire to allow the Lord to minister to each and every heart both personally and individually.  So, we humbly request your help in making that all possible by keeping the distractions to a minimum during this important time of corporate worship. Thanks so much!  With much love for you all, the pastoral staff of CCWO.

  • LEI OF ALOHA

    “Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ.”
    (1 Corinthians 12:12 NIV)

    The lei is the symbol of Hawaiian beauty and hospitality.  It carries the mana (power) from the many hands that went in to growing the flowers and plants, picking them, and also making the beautiful lei.  It really is amazing to see the beauty of the end product.  However, it takes someone to design the specifications of the lei, then it requires many hands with many different disciplines to work together and create it.  Isn’t this so much like the Body of Christ whereby God is the designer and we are the clay that is to be used by Him for His glory.  God has called for you to take part in His ministry, to fulfill His glory, to stand side by side with your brothers and sisters to spread the gospel as well as build up one another.  What are you waiting for?  Your brother and sister needs you.  God needs you.  The end result is that this lei of aloha (lei of love) is God’s lei and His family that will live forevermore.

    ~ Kalani Fronda ~

  • August 25, 2013

    NEW BABY:  Congratulations to Andrew and Abby Quast on the birth of their daughter Alexandria Grace.  She was born August 23rd and weighed 7 lbs. 15 oz. and was 20 inches in length.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins next Sunday, September 1st.  Please   prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 18th.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you would like to assist.  You may begin registering your children today after both services on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    AWANA MEETING:  Please note there will be a brief meeting today, after the second service in classroom #1.  Please plan on attending if you already signed up to assist or would like more information about how you can help.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:  The next ladies study, “Mercy Triumphs” by Beth Moore, begins Thursday, September 5th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  Please join us as we journey through the book of James.  Workbooks will be distributed at the first session and the cost is $18.  There are sign­up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch or call the church office. 

    CHILDCARE:  We are in need of some volunteers to help with childcare for both the 9 AM and 7 PM women’s study session beginning Thursday, September 5th.  If you would be able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Please note that there is no Servant School tonight due to the End Times Outreach.  Also, due to the Pastor’s, Leader’s & Church Worker’s Conference and End Times Outreach, the Church Office and Facility will be closed tomorrow, August 26th through Wednesday, August 28th.  All ministries, including Tuesday morning women’s prayer and Wednesday’s Mid–Week Service, are temporarily cancelled.  Our normal schedule will resume Thursday, August 29th.  

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Attention all men!  We will have our monthly Men’s Fellowship Breakfast this Saturday, August 31st at 7 AM.  We  invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for information.

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP:  We have a new home fellowship beginning Friday, September 6th at 7 PM.  The group will meet every 1st Friday of the month at the home of Frank and Jessie DeCoite at 91­1118 Pekau Street in “Sandalwood” by Gentry (across from Safeway) and the study will be taught by Frank.  For any questions, please call Frank or Jessie.

    HOMESCHOOL/MOM’S GROUP:  We have a new fellowship group starting in September geared towards homeschooling/stay­at­home moms.  Their first outing scheduled is to see the Dinosaur Exhibit at the Bishop Museum on Monday, September 2nd at 9 AM.  For more information, please see Kim Jacobson.

    FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP:  Everyone is invited to join us for “Food and Fellowship” today after the 2nd service.  We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50.

    VIDEO CABINET:  We are discontinuing our video library.  Mahalo to all those that have donated or participated.  Please help yourself to anything that may interest you.

  • ONE THAT SERVES

    “ Who, being in very nature God...made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant…”  (Philippians 2:6­7 NIV)

    Do we serve God by serving others?  We often sing the song, “Make me a servant, humble and meek…”  A servant is defined as “one in the service of another” ­ Jesus is the Servant of all.  “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45).  Humility is to be free from pride, to be lowly and not arrogant.  Romans 12:10 NIV says, “Be devoted to one another in love.  Honor one another above yourselves.”  Also, “...all of you, clothe yourselves with humility toward one another, because, ‘God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble’” (1 Peter 5:5 NIV).  To be meek is to be gentle and patient.  Meekness is “power under control” and demonstrates a willingness to submit to God’s will.  “Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth” (Matthew 5:5).  So Lord Jesus, make us servants, humble and meek.  Lord let us lift up those who are weak.  And may the prayer of our hearts always be...make us servants today.

    ~ Bobby Silva ~

  • August 18, 2013

    NEW BABIES:  Congratulations to Melvin and Marissa Gonzalvo on the birth of their twin daughters Mikenzee and Mikenlee.  They were born Tuesday, August 13th and weighed 5lbs. 4oz. and 5lbs. 3oz. respectively.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Dr. Jason Lisle, Director of Research at the Institute For Creation Research, here for our Mid–Week Service this Wednesday, August 21st at 7 PM.   His books include: Why Genesis Matters and The Ultimate Proof of Creation: Resolving the Origins Debate.  Invite a friend and join us!  

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 1st.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 18th.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you would like to assist.  You may begin registering your children next Sunday, August 25th after both services on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    AWANA MEETING:  Please note there will be a brief meeting next Sunday, August 25th at 12:15 PM in classroom #1.  Please plan on attending if you signed up to assist or would like more  information.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    AFTERGLOW:  Please join us in the sanctuary tonight at 6 PM as we gather for worship and prayer.  As believers, we will seek the Lord and His Word for the ministry and gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Please see Pastor John for additional information.  

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:  The next ladies study, “Mercy Triumphs” by Beth Moore, begins Thursday, September 5th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  Please join us as we journey through the book of James.  There are sign­up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch or call the church office. 

    CHILDCARE:  We are in need of some volunteers to help with childcare for both the 9 AM and 7 PM women’s study session beginning Thursday, September 5th.  If you would be able to assist, please see Irene Couch.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Please note that the facility will be closed this Saturday, August 24th due to the “How to Walk” Conference at Calvary Chapel Honolulu.  Also, there will be no Servant School next Sunday night, August 25th or Mid­Week service Wednesday, August 28th due to the “End Times Outreach” also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu.  

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Attention all men!  We will have our monthly Men’s Fellowship Breakfast Saturday, August 31st at 7 AM.  We  invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for information.

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP:  We have a new home fellowship beginning Friday, September 6th at 7 PM.  The group will meet every 1st and 3rd Friday at the home of Frank and Jessie DeCoite at 91­1118 Pekau Street in “Sandalwood” by Gentry (across from Safeway) and the study will be taught by Frank.  For any questions, please call Frank or Jessie.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 30th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration and payment deadline is TODAY.  For payment and questions, please see Felix Tan.

  • August 11, 2013

    GUEST SPEAKERS:  Please join us for our upcoming Institute For Creation Research guest speakers.  Dr. Randy Guliuzza will be speaking at both morning services next Sunday, August 18th.  He is the author of Made in His Image: Examining the complexities of the human body.  Dr. Jason Lisle will here for our Mid–Week Service Wednesday, August 21st at 7 PM.   His books include: Why Genesis Matters and The Ultimate Proof of Creation: Resolving the Origins Debate.  

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 1st.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 18th.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you would like to assist.  There is also one if you would like your child to participate.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday, August 15th at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For information, please see Duke Kauka.

    AFTERGLOW:  Please join us in the sanctuary next Sunday, August 18th at 6 PM as we gather for worship and prayer.  As believers, we will seek the Lord and His Word for the ministry and gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Please see Pastor John for additional information.  

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:  The next ladies study, “Mercy Triumphs” by Beth Moore, begins Thursday, September 5th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  Please see the enclosed flyer for a brief description.  There are sign­up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch or call the church office. 

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP:  We have a new home fellowship beginning Friday, September 6th at 7 PM.  The group will meet every 1st and 3rd Friday at the home of Frank and Jessie DeCoite at 91­1118 Pekau Street in “Sandalwood” by Gentry (across from Safeway) and the study will be taught by Frank.  For any questions, please contact Frank or Jessie.

    HOW TO WALK 2013:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the annual “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 24th from 8 AM–3 PM.  This year’s theme is  taken from Proverbs 25:11 – “A Word Fitly Spoken.”  Admission is FREE!

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event is also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu and is scheduled for Sunday, August 25th – Wednesday, August 28th at 6:30 PM each evening (except Sunday, August 25 at 6 PM).  Admission is FREE!

    PASTORS, LEADERS & CHURCH WORKERS CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is  Monday, August 26th – Wednesday, August 28th from 8 AM–3 PM.  The theme is “The Supernatural Church” – a study in the book of Acts.  There is a fee for this event and registration is required.  There are flyers available in the foyer.  For more information and to register, please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 30th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration and payment deadline is next Sunday, August 18th.  For payment and questions, please see Felix Tan.

  • IN ALL THINGS

    “Be joyful always, pray continuously, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”
    (1 Thessalonians 5: 16­18 NIV)
    While I am blessed with an awesome wife and family, I don’t always treat them as such.  While I have a great church to worship in, my commitment to serve doesn’t always reflect the blessing it is.  I also have a good job but tend to lack joy there.  Why, and am I the only one?  It occurred to me, while reading this scripture, it may be because I don’t cherish the fact that the God of the universe wants a relationship with me.  He proved it by sending Jesus to bear my sin on a cross.  If I would truly take this to heart, there will be an effect on the other relationships and areas of my life.  The barrier is not Him, it’s me.  If I lack joy in my life, I need to unplug from the chaotic pace of this world and seek the One who quietly waits for me.  Beloved, join me in thanking God for His immeasurable sacrifice and see if it doesn’t lead to prayerful talks about many other things. There is an Eden awaiting those who would put aside all else to focus on this precious opportunity God has given us.  There is joy, love and peace (new life­giving power in His Spirit) waiting to fill us so we can then share it with others.  Praise God for His amazing goodness!

    ~ Kip Brumm ~

  • August 4, 2013

    MUSICAL GUEST:  Please join us for a special night of worship with Rodrigo Rodriguez this Wednesday, August 7th at 7 PM.  Rodrigo began playing guitar at the age of 9 and recorded his first LP at the age of 12.  His anointed guitar playing, which he now dedicates to the service of the Lord, brings a special dimension to worship .  Invite a friend and come be blessed!  You can learn more about his ministry at www.rodrigorodriguez.net.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us tomorrow, August 5th at 7 PM here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    GUEST SPEAKERS:  Please join us for our upcoming Institute For Creation Research guest speakers.  Dr. Randy Guliuzza will be speaking at both morning services on Sunday, August 18th.  He is the author of Made in His Image: Examining the complexities of the human body.  Dr. Jason Lisle will here for our Mid–Week Service Wednesday, August 21st at 7 PM.   His books include: Why Genesis Matters and The Ultimate Proof of Creation: Resolving the Origins Debate.  

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 1st.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai.  Please see Pastor John, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    HOW TO WALK 2013:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the annual “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 24th from 8 AM–3 PM.  This year’s theme is  taken from Proverbs 25:11 – “A Word Fitly Spoken.”  Admission is FREE!

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event is also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu and is scheduled for Saturday, August 24th – Wednesday, August 28th at 6:30 PM each evening (except Sunday, August 25 at 6 PM).  Admission is FREE!

    PASTORS, LEADERS & CHURCH WORKERS CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is  Monday, August 26th – Wednesday, August 28th from 8 AM–3 PM.  The theme is “The Supernatural Church” – a study in the book of Acts.  There is a fee for this event and registration is required.  There are flyers available in the foyer.  The deadline for early registration is tomorrow, August 5th.  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com for information and to register.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 30th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please sign up on the bulletin board.  The registration deadline is August 18th.  For payment and questions, please see Felix Tan.

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15).  Our Awana program will be starting back up Wednesday, September 18th.  This is a great tool for evangelism and disciple making of children and parents too.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you would like to assist.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    MY HOPE WITH BILLY GRAHAM:  There will be a unique opportunity for evangelism with Billy Graham on Thursday, November 7th.  Billy will present the gospel by video across our land through thousands of homes and churches.  Please be praying for this event.  For more information, please see Pastor John or Pastor Kelly or go to www.myhopewithbillygraham.org.

    NÃ HULA O KALEIOKAPUALANI:  Please note that all classes are cancelled for the month of August.  They will resume Saturday, September 7th at 9 AM for the keiki and Monday, September 16th at 6:30 PM for the women.  Please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva for any questions.

  • August 4, 2013

    THE EMPOWERING WORD OF GOD

    “For the word of God is living and powerful…”  (Hebrews 4:12a NKJV)

    In a world that often speaks of personal empowerment, we may be tempted to take our personal power to the limit (where it applies) and force our point of view upon others, especially when our faith beliefs differ from theirs.  Our emotions may drive us toward behavior that goes against Christian virtues.  It is during these times that we desperately need the Word of God to speak directly into our hearts to overcome our natural reactions with its supernatural power.  God’s Word is more than able to calm our spirit and emotions when we devote ourselves to reading, studying, and memorizing it – wisely arming ourselves for the inevitable battles of life.  God’s Word is powerful in our lives when we hear it, believe it, and obey it.

    ~ Felix Tan ~

  • WHAT’S IN THE NAME?

    “Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”  (Acts 4:12)

    Names of people in our generation may no longer have much significance to the character of the person.  Many new parents often pick names that are popular for their newborn without any regard for its true meaning.  Some people would say, “as long as it sounds good, then it’s good enough for the baby.”  The Bible however placed great emphasis on names much more than we do.  In fact, God renamed some people based on the change of character in their life.  Case–in point was Jacob whose name means “supplanter” because he stole his brother’s birthright.  But later in life as Jacob submitted to the Lord’s will; God changed his name to Israel which means “governed by God”.  But for as long as humans ever existed throughout time, none is greater than the name of Jesus.  The name Jesus means “Jehovah our Savior”.  According to the Apostle Peter, salvation from sin only comes through our Savior, Jesus – this statement sounds very exclusive, well it is.  Jesus said “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life – no one comes to the Father except through Me” (John 14:6).   So what’s in your name?

     

    ~ Felix Tan ~

  • August 26, 2012

    HARVEST AMERICA:  ONE DAY, ONE CHURCH, ONE MESSAGE!  We are a host location for this live event with Pastor Greg Laurie today at 1 PM HST.  We will be streaming this evangelistic crusade along with over 1200 other churches worldwide.  Please come and be a part of this exciting event!

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins next Sunday.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more  information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We look forward to having John Beers, representing the international ministry Gospel for Asia, sharing at both services on Sunday, September 9th.  John has traveled to the mission field numerous times and has seen the  desperation of those who have yet to hear the name of Jesus.  He has also witnessed the incredible way God is moving and changing precious lives forever.  Please join us and learn how you can be a part of reaching the lost millions of Asia.  You will leave with new insight into God’s heart and a fresh desire to truly live like Jesus.

    PASTORS, LEADERS & CHURCH WORKERS CONFERENCE:  It’s not too late to register for this year’s conference scheduled for Tomorrow–Wednesday from 8 AM–3:30 PM. The theme is “Ministry in the Last Days” – a study through 2 Peter.  You can register at www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com as well as at the conference.  Please see Amy Brumm for more information.

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event is also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu and will be continuing Tonight–Wednesday, August 29th at 6:30 PM each evening (tonight at 6 PM).  Admission is FREE and childcare is available.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATION:  Due to the Pastor’s, Leader’s & Church Worker’s Conference and End Times Outreach, the Church Office and Facility will be closed Monday, August 27th through Wednesday, August 29th.  All ministries, including Tuesday morning women’s prayer and Wednesday’s Mid–Week Service, are temporarily cancelled.  Our normal schedule will resume Thursday, August 30th.  

    FREE BOOK:  We received more copies of K.P. Yohannan’s book No Longer a Slumdog.  If you completed the insert last week but were unable to get a copy because we ran out, please see Amy Brumm or stop by the church office.

    WOMEN’S MINISTRY:  The next women’s Bible study Against All Odds begins Thursday, September 6th.  Please join us as we go through the book of Nehemiah.  Additional information can be found on the enclosed insert.  If you plan on participating, please sign up even if you attended the Ezra study and already have the book.

    CHILDCARE NEEDED:  We are in need of some volunteers to help with childcare for the upcoming women’s study.  If you would be able to assist at either the 9 AM or 7 PM session, please see Irene Couch.

    FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP:  Everyone is welcome to join us for “Food and Fellowship” today after the 2nd service.  We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50.

  • RESTING ON THE POWER OF GOD

    “...I did not come with eloquence or human wisdom as I proclaimed to you the testimony about God.  For I   resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.  I came to you in weakness with great fear and trembling.  My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.”  (1 Corinthians 2:1–5 NIV)

    This is a testimony of the great Apostle Paul admitting to his insecurity in testifying of God.  He felt fearful and inadequate.  I am sure we all can attest to feeling the same way.  Paul’s obedience in sharing regardless of how he “felt” is the key to his greatness as an apostle.  His acknowledgment of God’s Power encourages me that it is God doing the work and not me.  Let us resolve to obediently share the love of God in word and deed and remember it is not us, but God’s Power working through us.

     

    ~ Whitney Vellalos ~

  • August 19, 2012

    HARVEST AMERICA:  ONE DAY, ONE CHURCH, ONE MESSAGE!  We are a host location for this live event with Pastor Greg Laurie next Sunday at 1 PM HST.  We will be streaming this evangelistic crusade along with over 1200 other churches worldwide.  More information is available at www.harvestamerica.com.  Please invite an unsaved friend or family member.  Invitations are available on the foyer table as well as the Hospitality table.  Please continue to keep this outreach in prayer.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 2nd.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located  under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more  information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    GUEST SPEAKERS:  We look forward to having Pastor Jack Abeelen speaking at both of our services next Sunday.  Pastor Jack’s radio program is “Growing thru Grace” and his gift of teaching can be seen in the easy, yet relevant way he communicates the Word of God.  Pastor Jack is a featured speaker at this year’s “How to Walk” conference.  Please invite a friend and come be blessed.  Also, John Beers, representing the international ministry Gospel for Asia, will be sharing at both services on Sunday, September 9th.  Please join us and learn how you can be a part of reaching the lost millions of Asia.  You will leave with new insight into God’s heart and a fresh desire to truly live like Jesus.

    FREE BOOK:  Please complete and return the enclosed insert for a complimentary copy of K.P. Yohannan’s book No Longer a Slumdog.  Dr. Yohannan is the founder and international director of Gospel for Asia.  Please see Amy Brumm on the lanai after both services to pick up your copy.

    WOMEN’S MINISTRY:  The next women’s Bible study Against All Odds begins Thursday, September 6th.  Please join us as we go through the book of Nehemiah.  Additional information can be found on the enclosed insert.  If you plan on participating, please sign up even if you attended the Ezra study and already have the book.

    CHILDCARE NEEDED:  We are in need of some volunteers to help with childcare for the upcoming women’s study.  If you would be able to assist at either the 9 AM or 7 PM session, please see Irene Couch.

    YOUTH:  All youth (7th grade and up) are invited to join us here for a BBQ and a Movie this Thursday at 5:30 PM.   Please see Hendrik Feliciano for any questions.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 31st at the Ewa Beach Golf Club and is open to men and women ages 12 and up.  Registration is at 10 AM and tee time is at 11:30 AM.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please see the sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  The registration deadline is today.  For payment and any questions, please see Felix Tan.

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Our monthly Men’s Fellowship Breakfast scheduled for this Saturday is cancelled due to the “How to Walk” conference.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for our next time of worship and fellowship Saturday, September 29th at 7 AM in the sanctuary.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information. 

  • August 12, 2012

    HARVEST AMERICA:  ONE DAY, ONE CHURCH, ONE MESSAGE!  We are a host location for this live event with Pastor Greg Laurie on Sunday, August 26th at 1 PM HST.  We will be streaming this evangelistic crusade along with over 1200 other churches worldwide.  More information is available at www.harvestamerica.com.  Please use the enclosed invitation to invite an unsaved friend or family member.  There are bumper stickers as well as extra invitations and bookmarks on the foyer table.  Please feel free to take some.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 2nd.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located  under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Tau, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more  information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We look forward to having Pastor Jack Abeelen speaking at both of our services on Sunday, August 26th.  Pastor Jack’s radio program is “Growing thru Grace” and his gift of teaching can be seen in the easy, yet relevant way he communicates the Word of God.  Pastor Jack is a featured speaker at this year’s “How to Walk” conference.  Invite a friend and come be blessed!

    WOMEN’S MINISTRY:  The next Bible study begins Thursday, September 6th.  Please see the enclosed insert for more information.  If you plan on participating, please sign up even if you attended the Ezra study and already have the book.

    HOW TO WALK 2012:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the annual “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 25th from 8 AM–3 PM.  This year’s theme is “Walking Wise in Evil Days” taken from Ephesians 5:15–17.  Special music guest is Dennis Agajanian.  Admission is FREE!
      
    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event is also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu and scheduled for Saturday, August 25th–Wednesday, August 29th at 6:30 PM each evening (Sunday at 6 PM).  Joel Rosenberg is one of the featured speakers.  He has written five novels about terrorism and how it relates to Bible Prophecy including the Gold Medallion Book Award winner, The Ezekiel Option.  Admission is FREE and childcare is available.

    PASTORS, LEADERS & CHURCH WORKERS CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is Monday, August 27th–Wednesday, August 29th from 8 AM–3:30 PM and the theme is “Ministry in the Last Days” – a study through 2 Peter.  Please note there is a fee for this event and registration is required.  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com for more information and to register.  There are also registration forms on the foyer table.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 31st at the Ewa Beach Golf Club and is open to men and women ages 12 and up.  Registration is at 10 AM and tee time is at 11:30 AM.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please see the sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  The registration deadline is next Sunday.  For payment and any questions, please see Felix Tan.

  • PRAYING A PRAYER WHICH CHRIST MIGHT PRAY

    “Until now you have asked nothing in My name.  Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be full.”  (John 16:24)
     
    We can be sure that the name of the Lord Jesus Christ commands the attention of God the Father and He will not only listen but be inclined to do whatever is asked to be done for the sake of His beloved Son.  Praying in the name of Christ is like signing His name to our petition; therefore, it is reasonable that the subject of our prayers be limited to things that are in direct line with the purposes of Christ and for His glory.  “...You do not have, because you do not ask God.  When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures” (James 4:2–3 NIV).

    ~ Carlos Munguia ~

  • DON’T GO IT ALONE

    The LORD God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone.”   (Genesis 2:18 NIV)

    This verse is usually attributed to husbands and wives and rightly so, however I would like to look at it in a larger context.  Have you ever noticed that you are usually tempted to the greatest extent or sinning at a time when you are by yourself?  The devil tempted Jesus when?  When he was alone, tired, and hungry after 40 days of fasting, how much more will he tempt us when we are in a similar state?  Who do predators go after?  The prey that is away from the herd!  The Bible is full of examples of folks falling when they are alone.  I urge you to earnestly seek a “band of brothers” or “set of sisters” and bear each other’s burdens (Galatians 6:2).  Find people you can be REAL with, share openly and honestly with, people who don’t recoil when they see who you really are, but accept you, love you, and help pull you out of the pit when you need it – this has made all the difference in my life.  We were designed to have real, open relationships.  That is why Jesus came – to reestablish our relationship with God through a relationship with Himself that extends to those around us.

     

    ~ Dan Howe ~     

  • August 5, 2012

    HARVEST AMERICA:  ONE DAY, ONE CHURCH, ONE MESSAGE!  We are a host location for this live event with Pastor Greg Laurie on Sunday, August 26th at 1 PM HST.  We will be streaming this evangelistic crusade along with over 1200 other churches worldwide.  Please join us here today at 1 PM HST for a special pre–event rally.  Churches across the nation will be tuning in to the live broadcast which will include worship as well as prayer for our nation and the upcoming outreach.  More information is available at www.harvestamerica.com.  There are a few bumper stickers and bookmarks on the foyer table.  Feel free to take one.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us tomorrow at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Sunday, September 2nd.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders are needed.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located  under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Tau, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more  information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We look forward to having Pastor Jack Abeelen speaking at both of our services on Sunday, August 26th.  Pastor Jack’s radio program “Growing thru Grace” airs on over 400 stations and is dedicated to the plain exposition of God’s Word.  He is also a featured speaker at this year’s “How to Walk” conference.  Invite a friend and come be blessed!

    HOW TO WALK 2012:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the annual “How To Walk” Conference on Saturday, August 25th from 8 AM–3 PM.  This year’s theme is “Walking Wise in Evil Days” taken from Ephesians 5:15–17.  Admission is FREE!
      
    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event is also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu and scheduled for Saturday, August 25th–Wednesday, August 29th at 6:30 PM each evening (Sunday at 6 PM).  Joel Rosenberg is one of the featured speakers.  He has written five novels about terrorism and how it relates to Bible Prophecy including the Gold Medallion Book Award winner, The Ezekiel Option.  Admission is FREE!

    PASTORS, LEADERS & CHURCH WORKERS CONFERENCE:  This year’s conference is Monday, August 27th–Wednesday, August 29th from 8 AM–3:30 PM and the theme is “Ministry in the Last Days” – a study through 2 Peter.  There is a fee for this event and registration is required.  Deadline for early registration is tomorrow.  Please go to www.calvarychapelofhonolulu.com for more information and to register.  There are also registration forms on the foyer table.

    GOLF:  The annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday, August 31st at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please see the sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board.  The registration deadline is August 19th.  For payment and any questions, please see Felix Tan.

    REFRESHMENT MINISTRY:  Looking for a place to serve and plug in?  If so, please consider becoming a part of this ministry.  We are looking for a few people who are able to commit to being here at 7 AM each Sunday to prepare the refreshments served after each service.  If you are interested or have any questions, please see Felix Tan or Amy Brumm.

  • WITH GOD, ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE

     “Behold, the Lord’s hand is not shortened, that it cannot save;  nor His ear heavy, that it cannot hear.” Isaiah 59:1

    During the time of captivity, the prophet Isaiah reminded the nation Israel about the Lord’s ability to save them in spite of their difficult circumstances and their inability to save themselves.  Sometimes in the course of our walk, God will place us in circumstances that are beyond our control so that He can prove himself strong and mighty.  Not so that He can increase in more power and splendor, but that He wants to increase our faith and dependence on Him.  There is no mountain beyond the reach of the Lord’s hand nor is there any problem beyond his ability to solve.  The Lord’s ear is never dull when we call on him with the right heart.  Do so today.                                             
     

      ~ Felix Tan ~

  • Sunday August 28

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins next Sunday.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Please see the insert for our current needs.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have regularly attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    CALVARY KIDS CLUB:  CKC–Where Kids Come To Know Christ!  We will  begin another fun–filled session for children ages 3 years–5th grade Wednesdays at 7 PM, starting September 14th.  Please register your child under the Fellowship Tent.  The fee for new members is $10.00 (includes 1st Book) and is $5.00 for returning members.  If you have questions or would like to serve in this ministry, please see Pastor Dennis or Amy Brumm.

    FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP:  Everyone is welcome to join us for “Food and Fellowship” today after the 2nd service.  We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Samy Tanagho of “Glad News Ministry” to be with us this Wednesday at 7 PM.  Samy was born and raised in Egypt where he studied Islamic law and religion.  He has been sharing the Gospel with Muslims for over 30 years.  Samy’s passion is to encourage all Christians to be active in fulfilling the Great Commission.  Invite a friend and come hear how we can effectively communicate God’s love to the people we meet, including Muslims.

    WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Ladies, please join us for a time of worship and  fellowship on Saturday, September 17th from 8–10 AM in the church sanctuary.  A preliminary attendee count is needed for this event, so please sign up as soon as possible.  The sign–up sheet is available on the bulletin board in the foyer.  Please see Irene Couch for more information.

    TAGALOG HOME FELLOWSHIP:  Please note that this home fellowship meeting in the home of Rose and Lucio Galiza is cancelled until further notice. 

    PROPHECY CONFERENCE:  Mark your calendar to attend this exciting conference entitled “Israel Under Attack!” on Friday, October 7th from 6:00–9:30 PM and Saturday, October 8th from 8:30 AM–9:30 PM at Calvary Chapel of Honolulu.  The special guest speakers are David Hocking, Ed Hindson, Don Perkins, and David Seifirt.  Admission is free and there is no registration is required!  An event brochure is available at the Hospitality table and in the foyer. 

    DOOR TO DOOR EVANGELISM:  Would you like to help spread the gospel to the lost in our community?  If so, please consider becoming a part of this new outreach ministry.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Please see Bobby Enos if you are interested or need more information.   

    PHILIPPINES’ FUNDRAISER:  The next car wash to raise funds for the mission trip to the Philippines will be on Saturday, September 10th from 9 AM–1 PM.  Volunteers are needed to help wash cars.  Please see the sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Car wash tickets are available at the Hospitality table for the suggested donation of $5.00.  Please see Liz Santa Ana for more information.

    DAUGHTERS OF THE KING:  Ladies of all ages are invited to join us Monday, September 19th at 6:30 PM for food, fellowship and encouragement.  Please see Abby Quast or Kim Jacobson under the Fellowship tent for more information and to sign up.

    MEN’S BASKETBALL:  If you signed up to play on this year’s team, please see Kalani Fronda.  The deadline to make payment is today.

  • August 21, 2011

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 4th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  We are in need of teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have regularly attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more  information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    CALVARY KIDS CLUB:  CKC–Where Kids Come To Know Christ!  We will  begin another fun–filled session for children ages 3 years–5th grade Wednesdays at 7 PM, starting September 14th.  Please register your child under the Fellowship Tent.  The fee for new members is $10.00 (includes 1st Book) and is $5.00 for returning members.  If you have questions or would like to serve in this ministry, please see Pastor Dennis or Amy Brumm.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATION:  The Church Office and Facility will be closed Monday, August 22nd through Wednesday, August 24th.  All ministries, including Tuesday  morning women’s prayer and Wednesday’s Mid–Week Service, are temporarily cancelled.  Our normal schedule will resume Thursday, August 25th.  

    DOOR TO DOOR EVANGELISM:  Would you like to help spread the gospel to the lost in our community?  If so, please consider becoming a part of this new outreach ministry.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Please see Bobby Enos if you are interested or need more information.   

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Attention all men!  We will be having our monthly Men’s Fellowship Breakfast this Saturday at 7 AM.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Samy Tanagho of “Glad News Ministry” to be with us next Wednesday, August 31st at 7 PM.  Samy was born and raised in Egypt where he studied Islamic law and religion.  He has been sharing the Gospel with Muslims for over 30 years.  Samy’s passion is to encourage all Christians to be active in fulfilling the Great Commission.  Invite a friend and come hear how we can effectively communicate God’s love to the people we meet, including Muslims.

    HĀLAU FUNDRAISER:  Hula O Kaleiokapualani will be having a car wash this Saturday from 8 AM–1 PM.  Please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva for more information.

    FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP:  Everyone is welcome to join us for “Food and Fellowship” next Sunday after the 2nd service.  We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50.

    PHILIPPINES’ FUNDRAISER:  The next car wash to raise funds for the mission trip to the Philippines will be on Saturday, September 10th from 9 AM–1 PM.  Volunteers are needed to help wash cars.  Please see the sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Car wash tickets are available at the Hospitality table for the suggested donation of $5.00.  Please see Liz Santa Ana for more information.

    DAUGHTERS OF THE KING:  Ladies of all ages are invited to join us Monday, September 19th at 6:30 PM for food, fellowship and encouragement.  Please see Abby Quast under the Fellowship tent for more information and to sign up.

    MEN’S BASKETBALL:  If you signed up to play on this year’s team, please see Kalani Fronda.  The deadline to make payment is next Sunday.

  • HUMILITY

    I’ve seen church services on the major Christian network where the well–dressed preacher has the title apostle or bishop and mature men in expensive looking suits and shoes sit on the side of him in front of the whole congregation.  For me that image is contrasted by servants I have come to know in our body who have no titles, but labor tirelessly in obscurity simply to serve God and honor Him.  I’ve seen these servants   mopping floors and cleaning toilets on a Saturday morning and collecting trash after  service on Sundays.  We can all learn from these brothers and sisters in our body.   If I know what they are doing, God most certainly does.  In Luke 14:10–11 NIV, Jesus himself said,  “But when you are invited, take the lowest place, so that when your host comes, he will say to you, ‘Friend, move up to a better place.’  Then you will be honored in the   presence of all your fellow guests.  For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.”                                                          

    ~ Russell Henna ~

  • August 14, 2011

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 4th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  We are in need of teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you have regularly attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    CALVARY KIDS CLUB:  CKC–Where Kids Come To Know Christ!  We will  begin another fun–filled session for children ages 3 years–5th grade Wednesdays at 7 PM, starting September 14th.  Please register your child under the Fellowship Tent.  The fee for new members is $10.00 (includes 1st Book) and is $5.00 for returning members.  If you have questions or would like to serve in this ministry, please see Pastor Dennis or Amy Brumm.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a   blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    HOW TO WALK 2011:  Calvary Chapel Honolulu will be hosting the free annual “How To Walk” Conference this Saturday from 8 AM–3 PM.  This year’s theme is “He Shall Deliver”.  Please pick up a flyer from the foyer table.   

    END TIMES OUTREACH:  This event, also at Calvary Chapel Honolulu, is Saturday, August 20th–Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30 PM (except Sunday at 6 PM).  The focus of this five night outreach is Israel, Prophecy and Christ’s Return.  Admission is FREE!

    PASTOR’S, LEADER’S & CHURCH WORKER’S CONFERENCE:  The theme of this year’s conference is “A Ministry of Grace” and is scheduled for Monday, August 22nd–Wednesday, August 24th from 8 AM–3 PM.  There is a fee for this event and registration is required.  Registration forms are available on the foyer   table.

    DOOR TO DOOR EVANGELISM:  Would you like to help spread the gospel to the lost in our community?  If so, please consider becoming a part of this new outreach ministry.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Please see Bobby Enos  if you are interested or need more information.   

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Attention all men!  We will be having our monthly Men’s Fellowship Breakfast Saturday, August 27th at 7 AM.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information.

    HĀLAU FUNDRAISER:  Nã Hula O Kaleiokapualani will be having a car wash Saturday, August 27th from 8 AM–1 PM.  Please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva for more information.

  • WHAT ABOUT THOSE YOU KNOW?

    Now the man from whom the demons had departed begged Him that he might be with Him.  But Jesus sent him away, saying, “Return to your own house, and tell what great things God has done for you.”  And he went his way and proclaimed throughout the whole city what great things Jesus had done for him…  (Luke 8:38–39)

    As I write, the media presents the reality of problems in our world such as the international financial crises, London riots, and the surge in Flash Mob attacks throughout our nation’s cities.  I’m prompted, like many of us, to think of how we may actively assist in solving these enormous problems.  While my thoughts were on lofty answers, the Lord reminded me of an area of our lives where we can provide answers and solutions.  It’s our sphere of influence.    Often our desire is to see God resolve the great problems of our time.  However, like this man, Jesus reminds us that our first task is to be His voice to those we know.  The man obeyed and told others about Jesus.  Are we sharing the Gospel with those very ones we continually come in contact with?   Let God handle the world and let us be faithful in telling those we know about God’s love and salvation through our Lord, Jesus. 
     

                               ~ Pastor Tau Sooto ~

  • ABBA FATHER

    “For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption whereby we cry, Abba, Father.”  Romans 8:15

    As a father, one of my greatest joys is to hear my children call me "Daddy".  When I hear that, I know it implies a sense of complete dependence and unconditional love.  As a father, I understand that relationship and strive to provide for and protect them in as much as my abilities will allow and with a returned unconditional love.  My relationship with my children also helps me to better understand my relationship with my "Abba Father".  It’s overwhelming to try to understand how much He loves us and wants to provide for and protect us as well.  As I think about my own children and my love for them, I realize how much more my "Daddy" wants only the best for me.  Raising children means that often times we have to say "no", which they don't understand, but sometimes we do get to say "yes".  Our “Daddy" makes the same choices for us, therefore we can trust Him and are safe in His care.  When I hear my children cry "Daddy" my heart lifts with joy.   How much more does our Father’s when we cry "Abba Father" to Him.                                                                                                                                              
                                                                              ~ Scott Searcy
  • August 7, 2011

    EVENING SERVICE:  We are blessed to have an evening service at 6 PM with Don Stewart.  Don has either authored or co–authored over forty books including “Answers to Tough Questions” with Josh McDowell.  Don can also be heard with Pastor Chuck Smith on the nationally known radio show “Pastor’s Perspective”.  Please invite a friend and join us! 

    YOUTH & COLLEGE NIGHT:  Don Stewart will be here this Thursday for a special evening with our youth and college age.  Please join us at 5:30 PM for hot dogs and hamburgers.  A time of worship, teaching and a chance to ask questions will follow.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board so we can get a head count.  There are additional fliers on the foyer table.  Please feel free to take some to pass out to friends.  If you need more information, please see Hendrik Feliciano

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins Sunday, September 4th.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  We are in need of teachers, assistants, and worship    leaders.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a     willing spirit.  If you have regularly attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    CALVARY KIDS CLUB:  The start of another fun–filled session of CKC will begin in September on Wednesday nights at 7 PM.  The CKC program is designed for    children ages 3 to 11 and incorporates Biblical teaching, games and activities to get them excited about their relationship with God.  We are in need of teachers, assistants and a worship leader.  If you wish to serve in this ministry, please fill out the insert and drop it by the office.  For more information, please see Pastor Dennis Dutton or Amy Brumm.

    PHILIPPINES’ FUNDRAISER:  The next car wash to raise funds for the mission trip to the Philippines will be this Saturday from 9 AM–1 PM.  Volunteers are needed to help wash cars.  Please see the sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Car wash tickets are available at the Hospitality table for the suggested donation of $5.00.  Please see Liz Santa Ana for more information.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a   blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us Thursday, August 18th at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    GOLF:  The 2nd annual Calvary Chapel golf tournament is scheduled for Friday,     August 26th at 11:30 AM at the Ewa Beach Golf Club.  No golf skills required!  The cost of $90 per player includes golf, cart, box lunch and banquet dinner.  Please see the   sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board.  Payment needs to be made today in order to reserve our grouping.  For payment and any questions, please see Felix Tan.

    DOOR TO DOOR EVANGELISM:  Would you like to help spread the gospel to the lost in our community?  If so, please consider becoming a part of this new outreach    ministry.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Please see Bobby Enos or contact him at 728–7176 if you are interested or need more information.   

  • HOLY COMFORT

    HOLY COMFORT
    Two of my favorite scriptures are Romans 8:38-39 (NIV) - “ For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”  It’s comforting to know as Christians that nothing can come between our relationship with our Holy Father, as long as we maintain our relationship with His son Jesus.  In Mark 13:10-12, Jesus reminded us that as his followers, the world will be against us.  Mark 13:13 says, “And you will be hated by all for My name's sake. But he who endures to the end shall be saved.”  All we need to do is persevere through our daily trials.  I believe that Job said it best in Job 13:15, "Though he slay me, yet will I trust him."  This scripture is the second of my two favorites.  I pray that you will hide these scriptures in your heart as you endure the trials and tribulations that we must all face until we hear those blessed words, “Well done good and faithful servant” (Matthew 25:21 & 23) Amen.
    ~ Ron Sciulli ~
  • August 29, 2010

    MEMORIAL SERVICES: Puna (Helen) Mosier’s Memorial Service is here at CCWO on Friday, September 3rd.  Visitation will be at 6 PM followed by the Service at 7 PM.  Please wear something purple in honor of Puna’s favorite color.  Mila Transfiguracion’s Service will be held in Mililani Memorial Park—Makai Chapel on Thursday, September 9th.  Viewing is at 6 PM followed by the Service at 7 PM.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to both families.  All are welcome to come out and support the families.
     
    CCWO CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter starts, NEXT Sunday, September 5th, but there is still a GREAT NEED in this ministry.  Please refer to the enclosed insert for the next quarters’ Sunday Ministry needs.  If you have regularly attended CCWO for 6 months and would like to be a part of this Ministry, please sign up on the Ministry board on the lanai.  A BIG  Mahalo to those who filled the gap year after year and all who are currently serving.  Please see Pastor Dennis Dutton, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for  further information.
     
    CALVARY KIDS CLUB (CKC):  An opportunity for Kids to know Christ!  CKC will begin another fun filled session for children 3-12 years old every Wednesday at 7 PM, starting September 15th.  Register your child TODAY under the Fellowship Tent.  There’s a $10.00 fee (includes 1st Book) for new members and $5.00 for returning members.  If you would like to serve in this ministry and have attended CCWO regularly for 6 months, please sign-up under the Fellowship tent.

    FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP:  Come and join us for “Food and Fellowship”  TODAY after the 2nd Service.  Hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink will be available for a suggested donation of $1.50.

    MID-WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of praise, worship, and communion.  We invite you to please join us on Wednesday, September 1st at 7 PM here in our sanctuary.  “For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death till He comes” (1 Corinthians 11:26).  Childcare is available.
     
    UPCOMING GUEST SPEAKERS:  We are blessed to have Gayle Erwin scheduled to speak in both Sunday Services on September 5th.  Gayle is a pastor, teacher, and  author of  numerous books, including world renowned “The Jesus Style.”  He is the Director of “Servant’s Quarters” Ministry and can be heard  nationally on “The Jesus Style” radio program.   In addition, we also have David Hocking scheduled to speak in both Sunday Services on October 3rd.   David Hocking has been teaching the bible for over 50 years and the current speaker on Hope For Today Radio Broadcast.  Both guests have been featured speakers of the How To Walk Conference, End Times Outreach & Pastors/Leaders Conference.

    YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS EVENING WITH GAYLE ERWIN:  We invite all Youth  (7th grade and up) as well as all young adults to come for an exciting evening of worship, fellowship and a special teaching by Gayle Erwin next Sunday, September 5th at 6 PM  here in our sanctuary.  Please bring all your friends and relatives to attend this life-changing event.  Fliers are available in the foyer to be given out!  An attendance count is needed.  Sign-up sheet is available on the Bulletin board.

    A “LABOR” OF LOVE:  All MEN are invited to a Special “Labor Day” Evening with Pastor Gayle Erwin on Monday, September 6th from 6—8 PM at the residence of Charlie and Jean Price.  This informal setting requires each attendee to bring their own lounge chair, food and drinks as we gather together for a time of fellowship, worship and teaching by Pastor Gayle Erwin.  Charlie and Jean’s address is noted in the sign-up sheet which is available in the foyer.  A head count is needed for this event.  Parking is available in the Ewa Beach Park parking area.  Please see Felix Tan for additional information.

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:  An attendance count is needed so please sign up today.  The introductory session to part 2 of “Abide in the Vine” is this Thursday, September 2nd at 9 AM and 7 PM.  We’re still in need of childcare volunteers.  Please consider this need and be a tremendous blessing for the women attending the study.  Please sign up for study or volunteer for the need at the Hospitality table.  See Irene Couch for more details.
     

  • APPLYING GOD’S WORD

    Whether at church or at home, do we sometimes find ourselves reading our Bible like we’re just reading a bunch of stories or words on a page without getting anything?  What I meant is that we have a tendency of becoming a people on the outside looking in, like a spectator at a game just watching but never getting involved.  When God tells us to forgive one another or to be whole-hearted servants – He never meant these commands to be optional, He expected them to be followed.  He doesn’t want excuses such as: “You don’t know what they did to me” or “I just don’t have the time to serve.”  EVERYTIME you hear God’s Word, it is up to you to receive it and find the application of it in your life.  Isaiah 28:29 tells us that God’s counsel (words) is wonderful and excellent in guidance.  When we apply God’s Word in our lives, we can be confident that He will work in us and through us in every step of the way.  Let me encourage you to “…be doers of the word, and not hearers only…” (James 1:22).                      ~ Hendrik Feliciano ~
  • August 15, 2010

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY TEACHERS AND ASSISTANTS:  The new period begins on Sunday, September 5th.  Support needed are teachers, assistants, and worship leaders.   Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you would like to serve in this ministry, the sign-up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.

    CALVARY KIDS CLUB (CKC):  This is the club where Kids come to Christ!  CKC will begin another fun filled session, for children 3-12 years old,  every Wednesday evening at 7 PM beginning September 15th.  Register your child TODAY under the Fellowship Tent.  There is a $10.00 fee (includes 1st Book) for new members and $5.00 for returning members.  If you would like to serve in this ministry and have attended CCWO regularly for 6 months, please come to the Children’s table under the Fellowship tent.  See Pastor Dennis or Amy Brumm for details. 

    RIVER  OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a  blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us on Thursday, August 19th at 6:15 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.   For more  information please see Duke Kauka or Roland Antonio.

    MINISTRY MEETING:  A “potluck” ministry meeting is scheduled next Sunday, August 22nd at 5 PM right here in our church facility.  We will have a time of worship, fellowship, and teaching from the Word of God immediately following the potluck.  We invite you to join us if you are currently leading, serving, or desiring to be involved in ministry.

    CUB SCOUTS PACK 316:  Our very own Cub Scouts welcomes all boys in 1st to 4th Grade (Ages 6—9) to the First Meeting and Recruitment Night right here in our sanctuary on Friday, August 20th  at 7 PM.  
     
    UPCOMING GUEST SPEAKERS:  We are blessed to have Gayle Erwin scheduled to speak in both of our Sunday Services on September 5th.  Gayle is a pastor,  a teacher, and the author of  numerous books including world renown “The Jesus Style.”  He is the Director of “Servant’s Quarters” Ministry  and can be heard  nationally on “The Jesus Style” radio program.   In addition, we also have David Hocking scheduled to speak in both of our Sunday Services on October 3rd.   David Hocking has been teaching the bible for over 50 years and current speaker on Hope For Today Radio Broadcast.  Both guests have been featured speakers of the How To Walk Conference, End Times Outreach & Pastors/Leaders Conference.

    YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS EVENING WITH GAYLE ERWIN:  We invite all  Youth (7th grade and up) as well as all young adults to come for an exciting evening of worship, fellowship and a special teaching by Gayle Erwin on Sunday September 5th at 6 PM right here in our sanctuary.  Please bring all your friends and relatives to attend this life-changing event.  More information to come in future bulletins.

    A “LABOR” OF LOVE:  All MEN are invited to a Special “Labor Day” Evening with Pastor Gayle Erwin on Monday, September 6th from 6—8 PM at the Price residence.  This informal setting requires each attendee to please bring their own food and drinks as we gather together for a time of fellowship, worship and teaching from the Word by Pastor Gayle.  A sign up sheet is available in the foyer for head count of attendees.  More information to follow in the announcements as they become available.  See Felix Tan for more information.
     
    PROPHECY CONFERENCE:  Mark your calendar to attend this exciting Prophecy Conference on Friday, October 1st from 6:30—9:30 PM and Saturday, October 2nd from 8:30 AM—9:30 PM at Calvary Chapel of Honolulu.  The Special Guest Speakers are Jack Hibbs, David Hocking, Thomas Ice, and Mark Hitchcock.  The Title of this conference is  “Where Is The Promise of His Coming?”  Admission is FREE!  No registration is required!  Limited Seating!  Pick up an event brochure at the foyer table for further details.
  • Unlink the Kink

    I had big plans and needed the car nice and clean to make the night special.  So after special care is taken  to get all the materials together, I rolled up the sleeves and got started…rinsing the car down, soaping it up and putting in that extra scrub here and there on the tough spots.  Everything is going nicely and looking good, just need a final rinse.  I began to remove the soap then without    warning the water flow from the hose suddenly stops.  After a few forceful tugs with no success,   everything is brought to a halt, soap drying on the surface and nothing I can do in my present position to fix it.  Maybe you have had this experience, and if so, you know the only way to get everything working again is to back track the hose to find and ‘unlink the kink’.  As recently discussed during the Men’s monthly breakfast, we can experience this “kink” in our prayer life as well.  Sin in our lives will cut off the rich flow of our fellowship with God - “…your sins have cut you off from God.” (Isaiah 59:2, NLT).  Likewise, we must continually examine our heart and actions to identify and repent from sin in our lives to ‘unlink the kink’ in our relationship with Christ.       ~  Pastor Dennis Dutton
  • Kuleana

    KULEANA

    “Then the LORD God took the man and put him in he garden of Eden to tend and keep it.”(Genesis 2:15 )

    One of the meanings of the word “kuleana” in the Hawaiian language is “responsibility”. God has given us a responsibility to be a beacon of Light to others. He has also given us “kuleana” to take care of this land we live on. In our world today, there are many places to wash our hands (dispensers in grocery stores, gas stations, churches, etc. and public restrooms almost everywhere). Therefore, it’ll be okay to pickup a napkin off the ground, to pick up a plastic bag in the landscape, to push the trash down when it is overflowing, because we can easily wash our hands shortly after. Let’s bean example to others today and do what God asked us to do – “God put man on the land for us to tend and keep it”.                             ~ Kalani Fronda ~

  • August 8, 2010

    NEW BABY! Congratulations to Jason & Toni Couture on the birth of their new daughter, Esmee’ Theresa Couture. Esmee’ was born on Saturday, July 31st and weighed in at 9 lbs. and 6 oz. and measured 22 inches in length. May God bless the Couture family and thank you for the prayers.
     
    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY TEACHERS AND ASSISTANTS: The new period begins on Sunday, September 5th. Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus. Support needed are teachers, assistants, and worship leaders. Full curriculum is provided. You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit. If you would like to serve in this ministry, the sign-up board is located under the Fellowship Tent. Please see Pastor Dennis, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information. Our deep appreciation to all those who are currently serving this quarter!
     
    MINISTRY MEETING: Please mark your calendar for a “potluck” ministry meeting scheduled on Sunday, August 22nd at 5 PM right here in our church facility. We will have a time of worship, fellowship, and teaching from the Word of God immediately following the potluck. We invite you to join us if you are currently leading, serving, or desiring to be involved in ministry.
     
    HO’OMALAMA MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES: Come and join our “Ho’omalama” Community Service Ministry Team for the next event “Project CLEAN”. The Hono-lulu Police Department District 8 Community Policing Team is sponsoring “Project CLEAN” on Saturday, August 28th, from 8—10 AM. We will be joining with Ewa Lions Club and the Ewa Weed and Seed Program and other community organizations and churches to pick up trash and remove graffiti on Kamokila Boulevard in Kapolei. Everyone is to meet at the Kapolei Police station at 7:15 AM. We encourage the Women and highschool Juniors, Seniors, and older youth to please volunteer for this event. Let’s stand in the GAP for the Men in our fellowship who are not available due to the monthly Prayer Breakfast scheduled the same day as “Project CLEAN”. Sign-up is on the Bulletin board. Call Russell Henna for information or if you need transportation.
     
    DEPLOYED MILITARY UPDATE: If your spouse, child or any family member has been deployed by the U.S. Military, please inform us of their name, contact information and e-mail address. CCWO’s Military Families Ministry (MFM) is updating the list of names of our Service men and women deployed throughout the world. We also greatly appreciate current pictures so that we can post them on our military update board. Please give your information and pictures to the church office. Please contact Joan Ludwig for more information. Please continue to pray for our brothers and sisters serving in the military. Thank You!
     
    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY: SIGN-UP TODAY! We will begin Part 2 of a Bible Study video titled “Abide in the Vine” with in introductory session on Thursday, September 2nd at 9 AM & 7 PM. This study is taught by Cheryl Brodersen in the Gospel of John. All women are invited whether or not you attended Part 1. If you need a study journal the cost is $9.00. Sign–up at the Hospitality table. Please refer to the enclosed flier or see Irene Couch for more information.
     
    CCWO SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIES: July was the final month for the 2010 Summer presentation. Saturday Movie Nights resumes in the summer of 2011. You will be notified in the bulletin if there is any change to this schedule or of special upcoming movie presentations. Mahalo to Bruce and Ginger Mason and Kelly & Kathy Jenkins.

  • August 1, 2010


    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER: Please mark your calendar for a time of corporate prayer tomorrow evening at 7 PM right here in our church sanctuary. Among the many needs to pray for will be the leadership on the National/State level as well as in the community and the church body. Everyone is invited to join us in this precious time of worship and fellowship with our Heavenly Father. Childcare is available.

    MID-WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:    Every first Wednesday of the month we set
    aside a time of worship, prayer and communion. We invite everyone to please join us in this precious time of worship and fellowship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Wednesday, August 4th at 7 PM. “For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death till He comes” (1 Corinthians 11:26). Childcare is available.

    NA HULA O KALEIOKAPUALANI:    The scheduled hula classes on Monday, August
    2nd have been moved to Tuesday, August 3rd due to Monday Night Prayer. Beginners Class is at 6:30 PM and Advance Class is at 7:30 PM. Normal schedule will resume on Monday, August 9th.

    GLASS BOTTOM BOAT RIDE:    CCWO’s Cub Scout (Pack 316) invites you to join them on Saturday, August 7th from 9:45—11:15 AM for a glass bottom boat ride at the Heeia Boat Harbor. The cost is $5.00 per person. Brown bag lunch to follow at Heeia State Park. Today is the FINAL day to sign-up. Sign up sheet is available on the bulletin board.

    WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY:    Please mark your calendar to join us on Thursday,September 2nd at 9 AM or 7 PM to an introductory session of “Abide in the Vine”Part 2 right here in the sanctuary. The studies are taught via video by Cheryl Brodersen in the Gospel of John. All women are invited whether or not you attended Part 1 of the study. If you need a study journal the cost is $9.00. Sign-up starts today at the Hospitality table. See Irene Couch for more details.

    HOSPITALITY MINISTRY:    If anyone is looking for a place to serve, we are in need of someone who has a willing heart to serve in this ministry. If you’ve attended CCWO for at least six months and have the gift of hospitality, then this is the right place for you.We are in need of friendly individuals to welcome visitors to our church before and during each service. Responsibility include sitting at the Hospitality Table under the tent and providing information for the many different ministries. Please sign-up on the Bulletin board if you are interested or see Irene Couch for more information.

    HO’OMALAMA MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES:    Come and join our “Ho’omalama”
    Community Service Ministry Team for two upcoming events in August. The Honolulu Police Department District 8 Community Policing Team is sponsoring these events. The first event is on Friday, August 6th from 5—8 PM at the Kapolei Target Store Parking lot.There will be a celebration of community groups and members uniting to make our neighborhoods a safer place to live and work. Meet us at the Target Parking lot at 4:30 PM.The 2nd event “Project CLEAN” is on Saturday, August 28th, from 8—10 AM. We will be joining with Ewa Lions Club and the Ewa Weed and Seed Program and other community organizations and churches to pick up trash and remove graffiti on Kamokila Boulevard inKapolei. Everyone is to meet at the Kapolei Police station at 7:15 AM. We encourage the Women and high school Juniors, Seniors, and older youth to please volunteer for this event.Let’s stand in the GAP for the Men in our fellowship who are not available due to the monthly Prayer Breakfast scheduled the same day as “Project CLEAN”. Deadline to sign up for the August 6th event is this Wednesday. Sign up for one or both events on the Bulletin board.Call Russell Henna for information or if you need transportation.

  • Daniel's Example

    “Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the King’s delicacies, nor with
    wine, which he drank; therefore he requested of the chief of eunuchs that he might not defile himself.” - Daniel 1:8
     
    Although this passage dealt with Jewish dietary practices it also had to do with practicing purity according to the knowledge of God’s standards.  Here we see a great example of a believer in God who determined to keep himself pure and be set apart from the ungodly Babylonian empire.  First and foremost Daniel decided not to be influenced by, nor practice the things of the Babylonian culture which were against the one true God.  There are so many things in our culture today that are acceptable while clearly violate against God’s Word.  Other things are so subtle that even Christians unknowingly accept and practice them.  Daniel, however, made the choice not to sin against God.  God said, “Be holy, for I am holy.” (I Peter 1:16).  Therefore, let us practice purity by hiding God’s Word in our heart that we might not sin against Him (Psalm 119:11).  Let’s begin by being doers of God’s Word and not just hearers (James 1:22). 
    Whitney Vellalos

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