Spring Has Sprung!

Ah,it’s a beautiful day here in Southern California. It indeed feels and looks like spring, with temperatures around 77 today.

I, for one, am not a fan of less daylight, but more. It was strange, though, last night to still see the sun out at 8:00 P.M.

When we get to heaven, of course, we will no longer have to fall back or spring forward, as there will be no more night there.

Last Sunday at Harvest

I just finished my series of messages from the Ten Commandments, which are a part of my new series Worldview: How to Think and Live Biblically. I dealt with the the final four commandments: you shall not commit adultery, you shall not steal, you shall not lie, and you shall not covet.

You can watch the message online by clicking here. It’s called “More Absolute Truth.”

I will also give the same message in Orange County this Thursday night.

Thursdays in Orange County

Speaking of that Bible study, we just celebrated our first birthday! God has really blessed it in so many ways, and we have heard and seen amazing stories of lives being transformed by Jesus Christ through His Word.

We have seen some 1,200 people come to Christ in that Bible study. We give God thanks for that.

To find out more about the Thursday night Bible study,click here.

I’m coming to Miami Beach!

This coming weekend, I am flying to Miami to speak at Calvary Chapel Kendall’s 10-year birthday celebration. My friend Pedro Garcia is the pastor there.

If you are in the Miami area, come join us. For more info on that, click here.

That’s all for now. Now go out and enjoy the longer day!

One thought on “Spring Has Sprung!”

  1. Judy says:

    Hi Pastor Greg,

    I wanted to comment on the part of your message from yesterday when you spoke about telling little white lies. When I ask the question, “Do I look fat in this?”, my husband says “Do I look stupid?” and then I realize I won’t get the truth or a lie, so I haven’t asked the question in years! You could try that next time 🙂

    Have a great week!

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