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.
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.
Join us for an evening of food, fellowship, and fa la la. Dinner and dessert will be provided. You can register now by clicking the button below or at the Welcome Desk in the foyer.
*Registration ends on November 27th.
The angel declares that this Savior-Messiah-Lord is born “unto you.” The divine announcement is not an oracle of judgment but the declaration of a gift. The newborn King is born for us. Join us as we gather together to celebrate the gift of Christmas, Jesus Christ, the Savior.
This class will present biblical counseling principles to assist in addressing fear, worry, anxiety, depression, anger and other dominating issues.
The next time you get worried about sharing the gospel with someone or worried about how God could use someone like you, just remember that Jonah preached a 5-word sermon, and God flipped Ninevah upside. Just give that some thought…much like God speaking through a donkey (Numbers 22:28), God did the miraculous in a most unusual way. The Lord will always send out His word to accomplish his plans.
Bruce’s sermon was fantastic. It was clear, challenging, and faithful and made us long for Jesus more. I think if the Apostle Paul were writing about men today, Bruce Wells would be one of those who have the interests of Christ in his heart and who have given their lives for the Lord. I’m grateful for Bruce, and I know you are as well.
One of the reasons why Amos is such an intriguing study for me is because I like straight talkers. I’ve never been a fan of people hiding their intentions, playing games, and never telling me the straight truth. I’m not a veiled communicator, and I’m not a fan when others are veiled in their communication to me. So, while Amos is hard-hitting, he was remarkably refreshing to study.