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Who Laughed First

The following message was recorded on Sunday, May 22, 2011 by Pastor Paul Loyd.  Continuing a series surveying God’s sovereign will in Redemptive History, Pastor Paul explores Genesis 18:9-21 and Genesis 17:15-17.

 
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The following message was recorded on Sunday, May 15, 2011 by Pastor Paul Loyd.  Continuing a series surveying God’s sovereign will in Redemptive History, Pastor Paul explores Genesis 12:1-4.

 
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 The following message was recorded on Sunday, May 8, 2011 by Pastor Tim Kinnard.  Continuing a series surveying God’s sovereign will in Redemptive History, Pastor Tim explores Genesis 6-11.

 
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The following message was recorded on Sunday, May 1, 2011 by Pastor Paul Loyd.  Beginning a series surveying God’s sovereign will in Redemptive History, Pastor Paul explores Revelation 20:11-21:11.

 
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This month (May 2011) we have begun a new sermon series on Sunday Mornings at Crystal Valley Baptist Church.  Though we do not yet have a title for this series, our objective is to give attention to the sovereign will of God in Redemptive History.  From Genesis to Revelation, God’s plan to rescue a remnant people by grace, through faith, and for his own glory, is notably evident and incredibly consistent.

We hope you join us in this study as we seek to deepen our appreciation for God’s role in man’s salvation for the purpose of motivating richer worship in our congregation.

Random Testimonial

  • ~ A Word from Jonathan Baxter (Member)

    testimonial_jonathanbaxter"I have been blessed by Crystal Valley Baptist Church in this way:  The truth of God is spoken—it is preached to the people of God, and prayed and sung to God...It is to my great joy that the gospel is preached and that Christ is our goal.  I enjoy Crystal Valley Baptist Church for this:  There is no addition.  By that I mean, at Crystal Valley Baptist Church it is not "Christ, plus something," but it is only "Christ, and nothing else!"  A fellowship like this does not exist unless God himself gives the growth and unless God himself is the King of that fellowship."

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