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3 Things That Will Help Your Students Grow Deeper

What are some things that we can do as leaders of students to help them grow spiritually? Better Bible Study So many messages in student ministries today are simply watered down. There is no nice way to say this, we...

Handling Worry – Lloyd Pulley

How do we deal with worry? Sometimes we can get caught up worrying about things and lose our focus on Jesus. In this message Pastor Lloyd Pulley of Calvary Chapel Old Bridge shares how to deal with things that are...

Serving Christ In An Unchristian World – Skip Heitzig

If you have spent any time in ministry you most likely already know this! The Christian life should carry a warning label: “Warning: Those who enter here won’t find it easy. In fact, at times it will be very difficult,...

4 Ways To Make Your Youth Ministry Better in 2023

4 Ways To Make Your Youth Ministry Better in 2023 Commit Time To Helping Parents You may not feel this way, but the truth is that the parents of your students need and want help feeding them spiritually. Every...

The Jesus Movement And Calvary Chapel- David Guzik

Pastor David Guzik is a tremendous Bible teacher, and an alumnus and board member of Calvary Chapel University! In the video below he explains the history of the Calvary Chapel movement as it came out of a small church...

Youth Ministry Momentum For The Holidays

It’s Christmas time! We all have our favorite Christmas traditions and memories of this time when we celebrate the coming of Jesus! Ministry life can be busy during this time of the year as we all have added...

Relying On The Holy Spirit In Youth Ministry

When it comes to reaching young people it can be easy to overlook the necessity of the Holy Spirit in our ministry. Zechariah 4:6 says “Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit, Says the Lord” We must remember this...

Always Improving In Youth Ministry

Richard Nixon said, “Defeat doesn't finish a man, quit does. A man is not finished when he's defeated. He's finished when he quits.” In the same way those of us who lead youth ministries in the Calvary Chapel movement...

Retaining Your Identity In Youth Ministry – Tim Chaddick

Throughout the Calvary Chapel movement Youth Workers spend their time pouring into young people in a sacrificial way. In very few other area of ministry is your success rate so low and the stakes so high. In the midst...

The Call Of Ministry – Pastor Chuck Smith

Pastor Chuck Smith was the founder of the Calvary Chapel Movement. His style of ministry was used by the Lord to bring thousands of young people to Jesus throughout his lifetime! The following is a sermon that Pastor...

5 Reasons To Take Online Classes With CCU!

5 Reasons To Take Online Classes With CCU!

Here are five reasons for you to consider signing up for online courses with Calvary Chapel University!   Study Using A Flexible Schedule And Learning Environment By studying online with Calvary Chapel University...

What’s Involved?

What’s Involved?

What’s Involved In Taking An Online Course at CCU? Instructor Jeff Christianson walks you through the steps involved in taking an online course at Calvary Chapel University.

New Library Resource -Statewide Database Directory

New Library Resource -Statewide Database Directory

This is a list of databases available to citizens by state with both free digital resources and others that require a log-in. It was produced by librarians who are members of the Association of Christian...

Learning from a Learner

Learning from a Learner

By Codie WinslowDirector of Library & Learning Resources Whether you are pursuing a Biblical Certificate, Bachelor or Master of Arts in Biblical Studies, or Master of Divinity, we have a new resource worth a gander...

Understanding One Another Better through WWRN

Understanding One Another Better through WWRN

By Codie Winslow, Director of Library and Learning Resources There is an inherent implication to pursuing an education – you want to learn. Often times it can be difficult to grasp concepts outside of our worldview,...

CCBC Peru Partnership

CCBC Peru Partnership

CCU is Excited to Announce It’s New Partnership with CALVARY CHAPEL BIBLE COLLEGE PERU! More details to follow soon.

CCU Student Story – Joe McTarsney

CCU Student Story – Joe McTarsney

Hello, my name is Joe McTarsney. Recently by the grace and goodness of Christ, I was able to graduate from CCU with a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies and a specialization in Biblical Leadership.  As God always...

Rare Biblical Resources Are At Your Fingertips Through CDRI

Rare Biblical Resources Are At Your Fingertips Through CDRI

By Codie Winslow, Director of Library and Learning Resources The College of Biblical Studies trains Christian leaders to apply biblical truth across various arenas. This unique program requires unique library resources...

Library Lessons With CCU Librarian Codie Winslow

Library Lessons With CCU Librarian Codie Winslow

Dig into the Digital Library World with DPLA   By Codie Winslow, Director of Library and Learning Resources Learning to use virtual resources and perform digital research takes practice. The Calvary Chapel...

**CCU – Accreditation Update**

**CCU – Accreditation Update**

Our application to start the accreditation process with TRACS has been accepted and we are now moving forward in the process of COMPLETING THE TRACS SELF STUDY! TRACS is recognized by both the United States Department...

CCU Biblical Counseling Program

CCU Biblical Counseling Program

 Have the calling to serve God by helping others? Working in the ministry does not always mean working in a church. It can, but you can glorify Him by consoling and counseling others in any setting with the sufficient...

CCU ALUMNI STORY – SHERRY RICHARDSON

CCU ALUMNI STORY – SHERRY RICHARDSON

"Calvary Chapel University started as just a small desire in my heart.  I believed that it would be a wonderful idea to pursue a Master's degree in Education, however, the practicality seemed close to impossible being...