Cherishing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

This Sunday, May 28th, we will return to Jacoby Auditorium at 10:00 am.


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

Join us at Jacoby Auditorium located at Umpqua Community College at 10:00 am as we cherish the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

We hope to see you at church on Sunday!

Come Join Us For Church

Coming Up Events

Corporate Gathering

This Sunday at 10:00 am at Jacoby Auditorium at UCC.

Join us at Jacoby Auditorium located on the campus of Umpqua Community College at 10:00 am for the gathering of the saints. We will sing, worship, and hear a message in response to us cherishing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Sermons on the Mound

June 4, July 23, August 6, and August27

Meet us at One Champion Field (Legion Field) at 10:00 am for a special gathering of the saints. We’ll take the field to sing, worship, and hear the Gospel as we always do.

New Members Class

June 16-17

Friday: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Learn everything about CLF. Get to know what we believe in, what makes us tick, and how we cherish the Gospel of Jesus christ. 

Vacation Bible School

June 26 - 29

Members & Attenders - June 1st
Community - June 10th

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It’s time to charge into medieval times—a world brimming with breathtaking castles, regal kings and queens, fire-breathing dragons and brave knights, and epic battles.

Church Campout

Bastendorff Beach Park

July 24th - 30th

Cherishing The Gospel of Jesus Christ

Everyday life at Covenant Life Fellowship.


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Posts, News, and Musings

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Thoughts on Jealousy and Selfish Ambition

As I have said over these past few weeks, each sermon has had a very personal feel to it. Sunday’s was no different.  Only this time, it wasn’t just targeting my heart. It was targeting ‘our’ heart as a church.  Last year, during my sermon planning, discussing jealousy and selfish ambition seemed like an excellent follow-up to Sarai and Hagar.  But I didn’t envision what God was about to do in our church and how quickly things were changing in CLF. So this sermon not only ‘felt’ right, it felt like prophetic guardrails around the ‘soul’ of our church.

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Lessons from Sarai and Hagar

I don’t know if enough attention gets drawn to the idols of our hearts.  Idols are generally not evil or sinful things. Usually, they are good things that we want too much and want now.  They move from desires to needs.  They become things we crave and think we cannot live without.  And they dominate our thinking.  

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Missing Something?

In the last two posts, I have mentioned how I’ve been dealing with some spiritual ‘heart’ issues.  In the 34 years of Christian ministry, I have found that the Lord does not leave me alone, and He normally walks me through texts that I’m preaching on to get my attention.  That has been true over the last several weeks.  Some of you have asked me about this.  You’ve noticed a sober approach to my preaching that you haven’t seen before or that the sermons seem more personal than usual to me. 

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Melchizedek and More

Sunday, we were introduced to one of the most mysterious yet intriguing characters in the Bible, Melchizedek. As I said in the sermon, we don’t know much about this guy, but Hebrews 5 and 7 give us the biggest references about him.

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An Odd Week

I needed to be in church on Sunday.  I had an odd week.  It had no rhythm to it.  It was long.  I was frustrated with some things that went on, and I was battling through some heart issues.  Then, the church service started.  The lyrics from the songs began to re-speak the truth of the gospel to my soul.  My eyes were lifted upward, and my heart began to settle down.  When I got up to preach, I shared the story about ‘not doing more’ because ‘it is finished’ it was for my heart more than anyone else.

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Combatting Our Culture

There are so many directions that a teacher could take on Genesis 12:10-20.  The amount of preparation for Sunday’s sermon and the differences in commentators was interesting.  It was a wonderful study, and I learned a ton.  I like hard texts like this, and I enjoy exegeting the text for interpretation and our congregation for application.  

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