There’s a lot going on this Sunday! First of all, in our morning message we’ll be revisiting CBC’s mission and vision: “Inviting people to follow Jesus as we impact our community and world.”
Today is the last day of 2017. Every year on the last Sunday, we join together for one service and our elders speak. We are privileged to have Mike Shaw, Dino Mensa, & Scott Watkins sharing with us today on Serving in the body of Community Bible Church.
We welcome Shar Busch to speak about Operation Grace and their ministry to help those enslaved in the sex industry.
What do you immediately think of when you hear the word freedom? In America, it seems that the only time we even stop to consider the freedom we take for granted is during the July 4th holiday. However, much of the world does not enjoy the degree of freedom that we have known all our […]
New Year, Same Vision Hello Friends, Today, we’ll be vision-casting for this year, talking about our new location and how it relates to our mission and vision as a church. I’m excited about what God has done over the last year, and I can’t wait to see what He has in store for our future […]
Today, we will be engaging the topic of assurance. How can we know we have eternal life? Our only assurance can be found in Jesus Christ and him alone. Come join us as we engage the good news God brings through his son.
Well, some of you listening today have believed in God for most of your life. Easter is the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection. It’s the cornerstone of your faith. Others listening are skeptical. You don’t believe in the supernatural. And, you’re not sure if there’s a God, you’re not sure what you think about the Bible […]
CBC’s Current Vision Statement: “Inviting people to follow Jesus, as we impact Ventura & our world!”
Today’s elder service involves 3 separate teachers with worship times in between.
Recently, the staff, elders and deacons read a book called DiscipleShift which argued that the modern day church has drifted from Christ’s original vision for the church. We’re busy hosting events, starting new ministries, and conducting weekly services; but, how are we at discipleship? What is discipleship? How do we evaluate whether we’re doing it?
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