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Check out the Leadership Collective Podcast here. In this episode, we discuss the difference between the terms Continuationist and Charismatic, and we talk about the biblical reasons why we hold this position, and share some stories as examples of what this can look like in practice.Make sure to listen for a clip from Pastor Chuck Smith, in which he talks about a key passage for this discussion, found in 1 Corinthians 13:8-10.New episodes are being released every two weeks! 3. Dr. Gerry Breshears on applying the gospel practically and learning when to divide from differing Christian ministries. New episodes come out every two weeks, on Wednesday mornings. Worship Leadership, Philosophy and Theology with Scott Cunningham Part 2, As we conclude part two of Worship Leadership, Philosophy and Theology, Scott Cunningham, of School of Worship and Calvary Creative, discusses the question of using lyrics fromsongs written out of questionably theological sources. We believe this is divisive and will only bring further confusion. This episode was recorded in January 2022, before the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing humanitarian crisis. Important questions tackled in their conversation include: - Why has Calvary Chapel often been labeled Anti-intellectual? Pastor Chuck was our teacher, and we will always owe him a debt of gratitude, but our spiritual DNA comes from the New Testament and is timeless in its application. 1 Corinthians 1:10 reads, See that you all speak the same thing. One of the great blessings of our family has always been a like mindedness toward our distinctives. In this episode, Brian Brodersen, Kellen Criswell, and Nick Cady are joined by Rob Salvato, who leads the Leadership Care and Coaching Team for CGN. Our Conference will focus on: We have been overhauling the CCA website and will be adding a library of information, monthly messages from the council members, adding a Calvary Chapel Pastors Wives page,adding messages from Pastors Conferences, as well as expanding the existing pages. The Calvary Chapel Association Council was a plan he reiterated on numerous occasions. In this episode, Nick Cady speaks with Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell about Premillenialism," which is one of the theological streams to which CGN belongs. Women in Ministry Leadership: What CGN Leaders Believe. You can email us at CGN@calvarychapel.com. And if so, how should they be used practically, in our churches?

Brian continues to present his version as the Calvary Chapel vision for the future. The Calvary Chapel / CGN International Conference is coming up soon it will be from June 26-29 in Costa Mesa, California. Once again, lets depend on the Holy Spirits empowering, abide in Gods Word, and trust Him in new ways. You can email us at cgn@calvarychapel.com. Listen towards the end of this episode for a clip of Pastor Chuck Smith giving his perspective on this topic, in a recording from 2008. Preaching Essentials(or things Ive just always wanted to ask David Guzik about preaching). In this episode, Kellen Criswell talks with Pastor Phil Metzger about the history and future of missions in Eastern Europe, and some specific lessons from his involvement that can benefit modern missions in both the global and local-church context. What does the Bible say about women in church leadership? CCA is being led collectively by a group of men. calvary pastors We talk about how Calvary Chapel has been privileged to be part of two great revivals: one in the United States in the 1960s & 70s, and another in Europe in the 1990s. It is more than good men separating. Sadly, Brian is insisting on being the primary and authoritative voice of the movement without being accountable to the men Pastor Chuck chose to lead. Rather than weigh us down, our core values make us who we are. Jeff and Kellen share about opportunities we have as a network to do more together than we can separately.

Further, they explain what this means for CGN churches, and where there is room for diversity of practice in this area.

We explain what premillennialism is, and why we hold this view. Yet the new Calvary Chapel Global Network, established by Brian Brodersen, now threatens that legacy. How much of an emphasis does Calvary Global Network put on eschatology: the area of theology that deals with studying the end times? We will continue to lead as Pastor Chuck requested, and we desire to walk with men who agree with our core values. This episode features clips from Pastor Chuck Smith, as we discuss the heart behind CGN. And if so, how should they be used practically, in our churches?In this episode of the CGN Mission & Methods podcast, I sit down with Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell to discuss on of the theological streams that we belong to as a network, which is: Continuationism. As individual pastors we have spoken in support of our core values, but we now feel the need for the Council members to speak with one voice. Click here to read the CGN statement on Women in Ministry Leadership Calvary Chapel: Seminary & Anti-intellectualism, In this episode Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell discuss the past and present of Calvary Chapel on formal ministry training and education. We recognize that no one man has the calling from God, or the stature in the movement to define official theological positions for all the churches. You can email us at cgn@calvarychapel.com. Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. In this episode, we discuss the difference between the terms Continuationist and Charismatic, and we talk about the biblical reasons why we hold this position, and share some stories as examples of what this can look like in practice. Nick Cady asks Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell questions related to some of the most pressing cultural issues of our day, including Critical Race Theory, Social Justice, LGBTQ issues, and more giving them a chance to respond to your questions and share their thoughts on these matters.Make sure to listen for a clip from Pastor Chuck Smith, in which he gives his take on racial prejudice and even white supremacy in the church.The CGN Leadership Statement on Racism can be found here.New episodes are being released every two weeks! What Do CGN Leaders Believe About the End Times? As we discussed our foundation and core values as a family of churches we realized that along the way, through the years, there have been those that have decided that their values were different, and they have gone on with another group such as the Pentecostals, or Acts 29, or Gospel Coalition, or Vineyard, or Hillsong, and that is truly fine. How can we, as a network, use the relationships and resources God has given us, to encourage, train, and support the planting of Bible teaching, gospel-centered churches - around the world?

Scott Cunningham has been a significant influence on church worship services within the Calvary Chapel movement for decades. Before he went to be with Jesus, Pastor Chuck made it clear he wanted the Calvary Chapel Movement to be led by a collaboration of men working together. The CCA Council was formed by our pastors to carry out that vision. Last week Brian Brodersen resigned from the Council. We are grieved by his decision and its ramifications for our movement. In a recent letter to the movement, Brian quoted Amos 3:3, Can two walk together unless they are agreed? Brians resignation from the Council, acknowledges he disagrees with the way the CCA Council would lead and define Calvary Chapel. Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. The CCA Council has a limited mission. You can email us at CGN@calvarychapel.com. Scott shares practical thoughts, perspectives and wisdom that will be an immense benefit to anyone in pastoral leadership and worship ministry. 2. New episodes are being released every two weeks! In this episode, Kellen Criswell, Director of CGN, breaks down the Vision, Mission, and Initiatives of Calvary Global Network.

Our vision is clearer and the future is brighter. (We are disappointed anyone would see those tasks as rigid or controlling.) - Why are many Calvary Chapel leaders today experiencing new openness to using theological seminaries for part of their ministry preparation? Season 3 of the Mission and Methods Podcast is in the works and new episodes will be coming out in 2022. Episodes will be delivered to your device as soon as they come out. How is CGN Providing Care and Coaching for Leaders? CCA is a fellowship of pastors with an agreed upon philosophy of ministry. Calvary Chapel has been recognized as one of the greatest church planting movements of recent times.

To avoid confusion moving forward, we think it is best to separate the CCA from the CCGN, now. What is CGN doing as a network to provide care and coaching for pastors and leaders? The CCA Council will keep you all abreast of changes moving forward. Those questions and more are answered in our discussion this week, as Nick Cady sits down with Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell to take you behind the scenes, and give you some insight into the heart and vision for CGN - especially moving forward, into the future. His webpage Our Vision & Mission describes the site as the one-stop online-hub for all things Calvary Chapel and part of its purpose is to explain the official theological positions broadly held by the Calvary Chapel Movement. In the CCGN, one man is tasked in determining what is normative for all Calvary Chapels. We believe Calvary Chapel has a unique and important role in the Body of Christ. The CGN Mission & Methods Podcast is the official podcast of the Calvary Global Network (CGN). In our discussion, Rob shares about the ways their team is developing systems and providing resources to help pastors and leaders in practical ways, including providing resources to help them lead, and providing a lifeline for those who are struggling.Together we share about some of the struggles weve faced as leaders, and how relationships within our network helped us in those times; as well as how we would like to make that experience available to anyone who needs it.Check out the Leadership Collective Podcast here.The Calvary Chapel / CGN International Conference is coming up soon it will be from June 26-29 in Costa Mesa, California. Make sure to listen for a clip from Pastor Chuck Smith, in which he talks about a key passage for this discussion, found in 1 Corinthians 13:8-10. Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. Where exactly is the mission field? I look forward to the announcement of the new episode! The recent years have presented new challenges for pastors and leaders, and many studies are showing that discouragement is at an all time high. CGN Ukraine Update: What to know and how to pray. Any matters that relate to Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa should be referred to calvarychapel.com. (With Jed Gourley and Pam Markey). What is CGN Doing to Help Churches in Practical Ways? Since Chucks passing there may be pastors who have thought about some of our values, such as expository teaching, and no longer hold to the Calvary Chapel approach. At the end of this episode, listen for an update on how CGN has been able to support ministries and individuals on the ground in Ukraine and the surrounding region, through the Ukraine Relief Fund. What is CGN doing to help churches in practical ways, including finances, pastoral coaching, and other resources? Calvary Chapel West Coast Pastors Conference. Recently, a group of the Calvary Chapel Association Council members gathered together in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania for a few days to seek the Lord, worship, and ask Him for direction as to the Calvary Family. Our role is simply to affiliate churches, provide guidance and encouragement, and offer opportunities for fellowship. How much of an emphasis does Calvary Global Network put on eschatology: the area of theology that deals with studying the end times? We have worked hard to avoid this development. Listen for a clip from Pastor Chuck Smith, talking about the need to adjust our message and approach to ministry in an ever-changing culture. For more information and registration, visit conference.calvarychapel.com Yet each CCA pastor is entitled to make his own decision. None of the CCA Council members would take that kind of authority into our own hands. Legacy, Lessons and the Future of Calvary Chapel Missions in Eastern Europe. We also give an update on the development of CGN as an independent entity.New episodes are being released every two weeks. What are the primary historic and contemporary approaches to spiritual formation? New episodes come out every two weeks, on Wednesday mornings. Nick Cady and Aaron Salvato talk with missionaries Jed Gourley and Pam Markey about the situation in Ukraine! Also, calvarychapelassociation.com is being expanded to not only feature our CCA church locator, but to include helpful articles and content. CCA has always afforded great freedom, but with a degree of accountability. For more information and registration, visit conference.calvarychapel.com Welcome to Season 3 of the CGN Mission & Methods Podcast! We certainly take heed to all Pastor Chucks warnings, but it has never been the desire of the Council to create a religious system, with rigid controls and traditions. The Calvary Chapel movement is unique in the freedom it affords its pastors, while offering fellowship with like-minded brothers.

In this episode of the CGN Mission & Methods podcast, we answer some questions that you, our listeners, have sent in.

We also discuss the relationship between Premillenialism and Dispensationalism and explain how this distinction works practically out in our network. Rather than bind us, our core values have defined us and steadied us for 50 years, and have kept our Spirit-led movement moving forward in a God-glorifying direction. In this episode, Kellen Criswell, Director of CGN, discusses topics in Mission Theology and Church Planting Methods with Dr. Ed Stetzer. For the past three years, the Council has taken the time to seek the Lord together and try to move forward in unity. Episodes will be delivered to your device as soon as they come out.Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes.

Developing & Deploying Leaders in the Local Church. Together we share about some of the struggles weve faced as leaders, and how relationships within our network helped us in those times; as well as how we would like to make that experience available to anyone who needs it. As the ministry of Calvary Chapel has grown to over 1600 affiliate churches around the world, we realize that there are many second, third, and fourth generation ministries that have joined our family, and we need to clarify what makes us Calvary Chapel. Brian has sole editorial control of calvarychapel.com. We completely respect their familys philosophy of ministry, and we also love ours. How should we understand what the apostle meant by, the whole counsel of God? What are common preaching pitfalls for new preachers and more experienced preachers? The division that has occurred in Calvary Chapel is not a minor issue. 1. How did Jesus develop ministry leaders? New episodes are being released every two weeks. Hosted by CGN Director, Kellen Criswell, the podcast features discussions on theology and ministry practice related to three foundational aspects of Great Commission work: gospel proclamation, disciple making, and church planting. In this episode, Nick Cady asks Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell to explain the complementarian and egalitarian positions, and why Calvary Global Network is complementarian.

You can email us at cgn@calvarychapel.com. Kellen and Nick explain the design and heart behind the Cultivate program, as well as how to get more information and register. Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. Though it has only been three years since the Lord took Pastor Chuck home, we realized how grateful we are for the foundation of Calvary Chapel that Chuck laid for us. As we discussed these things we all realized how deeply we are committed to out core values and thankful for Chuck and the way the Lord led us through him. Our founder and pastor entrusted those decisions to a group of men, not one man. Cultivate is a program designed to assess, train, and deploy new church planters and missionaries using the local church as the garden in which those leaders are cultivated. We at CGN wanted to do what we can to help our Calvary family understand what is happening in Ukraine during the start of this war and how we can all be praying. In Brians letter to you he explained that some of us want to dwell in the past, be bound to it, and to continually revisit it. Brian also quoted Pastor Chucks warning about creating a religious system, with rigid controls and traditions, as if that was the intention of those of us on the CCA Council. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast, so each episode will be delivered to your device as soon as they come out!Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. Wed love to hear feedback from you on these episodes. In this episode Nick Cady and Kellen Criswell discuss one of the key initiatives that CGN is developing called: Cultivate. How does CGN relate to and work with other groups and churches, while still holding fast to our core convictions, values, and beliefs?

What Do CGN Leaders Believe About the End Times? New episodes are being released every 2 weeks, so make sure you subscribe to the podcast, so those episodes will be delivered to your device as soon as they come out. His resum includes Worship Leader at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Founder/Director of the School of Worship and overseer of the Calvary Chapel Worship Leaders Conference. If our identity and values get watered down or altered, not only will pastors get sidetracked, but we will lose the distinctiveness of our calling in the Body of Christ. What is CGNs position on end times theology, and how does the network relate to those who do not hold that position?In this episode, Nick Cady speaks with Brian Brodersen and Kellen Criswell about Premillenialism," which is one of the theological streams to which CGN belongs. Listen in as Dr. Randy Roberts, President and Professor of Christian Spirituality at Western Seminary, discuss these crucial questions, and more. CCGN is a community with no formal affiliation. As Council members we will not be part of Brians network, and we encourage other pastors who are affiliated with CCA to do the same. - Why are the flagship Calvary Chapel Bible Colleges in Europe and North America pursuing formal accreditation? It has caused our Calvary family confusion and grief. But our mission is important. Like many of you, we have given our lives to build Calvary Chapel churches. New episodes are being released every two weeks. 5. Just as when someone goes to a Pentecostal church, or a Hillsong church, or an Acts 29 church, or a Lutheran church. Nick Cady will be hosting this upcoming season along with Kellen Criswell. For more information and registration, visit conference.calvarychapel.comNew episodes are being released every two weeks.

May we all be faithful where the Lord has placed us.
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