Cherishing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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A Christian Church serving God’s people in Roseburg, Oregon. Life at Covenant Life Fellowship is much more than just Sunday mornings. With community groups, study groups, classes, and more, there are plenty of ways be a part of our church-family. Taking care of God’s people is our passion.

God the Father is the Creator of heaven and earth. By his word and for his glory, he freely and supernaturally created the world of nothing. Through the same Word he daily sustains all his creatures. He rules over all and is the only Sovereign. His plans and purposes cannot be thwarted. He is faithful to every promise, works all things together for good to those who love him, and in his unfathomable grace gave his Son Jesus Christ for mankind’s redemption. He made man for fellowship with himself, and intended that all creation should live to the praise of his glory.

The Sunday Gathering

8:30 am & 10:30 am

We hope to see you at church on Sunday!

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Sunday Prayer

Sunday Prayer

Every Sunday at 8:00 am

Just as the biblical saints expressed their desires for salvation, healing, the victory of God’s appointed king, the gathering of the Church, and more, we will offer our desires to God in prayer.

*This is only a prayer meeting. It is not part of our corporate Sunday gathering. 
Sermons on the Mound - Church at the Ballpark

Sermons on the Mound

July 10 & August 28

Join us for church at the ballpark while we praise God as a community in the grand stands of His Glory.

Children’s ministry will be available for ages 1-10.

Covenant Life Fellowship Church Campout

Church Campout

July 26 - 31

Join us at Joseph Stewart State Park for our annual church campout on the shore of Lost Creek Lake (NE of Medford) for a unique, weeklong, gathering of the saints under the stars.

Cherishing The Gospel of Jesus Christ

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Posts, News, and Musings

Get Equipped With These Posts From Our Pastors

Let Truth Win Our Hearts

So, one of my prayers for our nation is a prayer I have for our church (which is who this blog post is for), is this:  that we would be respectful, grace-filled people, who treat others who disagree with us with gentleness and kindness, and we commit ourselves to let truth win our hearts.  It’s a big ask for the nation, but it’s not a big prayer for our church.  

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A Rich Sunday

Sunday was a rich day with our church.  I knew going into Sunday that it would be one of those days that I would look back on fondly.  The main reason was the text and sermon series we were beginning.  Romans 5-8 are some of the most theological encouraging chapters in the entire Bible.

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An Emotional Week

Now, with this crazy week, I decided not to preach on 1 Timothy but to preach on “The Functional Centrality of the Gospel.”  It really is the most important lesson of my life.  And like I said Sunday, “if I were to preach the last sermon of my life, this would be it.”  Lord willing, this wasn’t my last one, but it’s sure an important message.  

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Hard But Joyful

the church that pastor and I love the people that I get to serve alongside.  I have told the Lord many times that I just can’t believe that I get to do what I get to do.  Yes, pastoring is hard.  But it’s joyful labor.  And the church I pastor makes it that way.  

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Handling Benevolence

I had a few of you ask on Sunday about how the Good Samaritan story would fit into the sermon on Sunday.  It’s a great question.  But here’s a very brief summary with an explanation:  The Good Samaritan story was taught by Jesus to the Jewish people about their lack of love for anyone who wasn’t Jewish.  1 Timothy 6 was written to a pastor regarding how the church should care for those in their church who were truly in need. 

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Being a Pastor

It’s always a daunting task to teach about the role of pastors while being a pastor. I never want a sermon like that to come off as “we have it so hard” or “you just don’t know what we go through.” My hope in Sunday’s sermon through 1 Timothy 4:6-16 is the joy, gratitude, and wonder I have in being a pastor.

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