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Bible Way to Heaven...

  • 1. Realize there is none GOOD (Romans 3:10 - As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one.)

  • 2. See yourself as a SINNER (Romans 3:23 - For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.)

  • 3. Recognize where SIN came from (Romans 5:12 - Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin, and so death passed upon all, men for that all have sinned.)

  • 4. Notice God's PRICE on sin (Romans 6:23 - For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.)

  • 5. Realize that Christ DIED for you (Romans 5:8 - But God commended His love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.)

  • 6. Take God at His WORD (Romans 10:13 - For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.)

Take GOD at His Word and claim His promise for your SALVATION - Romans 10:9-11

"That if thou shall confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on Him shall not be ashamed."

Now pray, confess that you're a sinner, ask God to save you, and receive Christ as your SAVIOR.
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How Well do you know the Bible?

We have a sincere desire that people have an oppotunity to know what the Bible proclaims. The average American spends over 30 hours a week watching TV, while not even 1 hour reading the Bible. Life is full of questions needing answers. The Bible contains everything we need to know this side of heaven. It is God's instruction manual to his creation.
The Bible answers such questions as:
  • "Why does God allow terrible things to happen?"
  • "Did man really evolve from apes?"
  • "What happens after we die?"
  • "How can I know I'm going to heaven for sure?"

As for the future

The Bible reveals the answer to such questions as:
  • "Is the nuclear bomb referred to in the Bible?"
  • "Why does the Bible say that heart attacks will increase in the last days?"
  • "Is there any connection between the UPC symbol and the mark of the beast (666)?"
  • "What was the significance of Israel regaining their land again in 1948 after 1900 years?"
  • "What Bible significance do the USA, Russia, China, and Israel play in the end of the world?"
  • "What about the earthquakes and crazy weather patterns?"
  • "What about the Bible and the AIDS plague?"
  • "What part does the computer or satellite TV have in Bible prophecy?"

The Bible is not an old outdated history book. It is as up to date as today's newspaper. We would like to offer a home Bible study course to you to encourage an interest on your part in the Bible.


We have compiled a 7 week course, free of charge for you to complete through the mail, in the privacy of your home. There is absolutely no obligation on your part whatsoever. We simply offer this course as a labor of love to help people learn the Bible. We believe it could be a tremendous blessing to many lives, including yours.


If you are interested in taking the "Christian Home Bible Course", please fill out the Contact form and indicate that you are interested in taking the "Bible Study" course. All we ask is that you have a sincere desire to increase your Bible knowledge.

This section provides answers to some common queries about us or our services.

An independent Baptist Church is connected or associated with any denotation or headquarters. We are absolutely Baptist in polity, doctrine, history, separation and fellowship. However, independent Baptist churches operate as separate and autonomous churches when it comes to church government. We do work with other Baptist churches of like faith and practice in areas such as missions, camps, retreats, youth meetings and so forth. Yet, each church operates as it feels led of the Lord.
We do not use what is commonly referred to as “contemporary Christian music” nor do we use what is often called “praise and worship music.” All of our song services are hymnal based. This is the music God has used. The difference between so-called “praise and worship music” and the tried and tested hymnbook music is best seen in what they have produced. The hymns are associated with the great revivals of the past that swept across Europe and America. Contemporary music is connected to the shallow and doctrinally anemic culture that is found in so many modern day churches that use it.
If you mean are we excited about the preaching and teaching of God’s Word the answer is yes! If you mean do we speak in tongues the answer is never.
No. We are without apology “Baptist” in name, faith, practice and doctrine. We do not work with any churches other than Baptist churches of like faith and practice.

The official Bible of Calvary Baptist Church is the King James Version. While no one will check to see what version you have at the door, it is the only Bible we use in both preaching and teaching. It is also the only Bible we encourage our people to read and study. This is an issue far too big to get into here. Yet, to summarize we use the King James Bible for the following reasons: (These are just a short list of reasons)


We believe in providential preservation of the scriptures. This means that God not only revealed his word to the writers and inspired them to write down what He revealed without error, but God has also been busy and is still busy preserving His Word from generation to generation. Thus, the common man and woman can have a trustworthy copy of God’s Word without having to be an expert in Greek. We do not believe the King James translators were inspired. We do not believe that the entire world will answer to the King James Bible. We do not believe that the King James Bible corrects the originals. However, we do believe that God has preserved His Word in tact for the English speaking people through the King James Bible.

The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever (Psalm 12:6-7).


While it is often said that the modern versions simply make the word of God easier to understand, in reality most often the changed wording also changes the meaning or hinders the meaning. Just one example out of a multitude is the frequently mentioned use of “Ye, Thee and Thou.” The new versions simply replace these with “you and your.” Yet, by doing so the meaning of the text is destroyed because the three pronouns mentioned above are used for a specific purpose. They are employed to convey the singular-plural distinctions in the second person forms of pronouns and verbs. This distinction is quite lost when “thou, thee, and thy” are replaced with “you and your.” “Thee and Thou” are singular, while “Ye and You” are plural. This is lost when you replace them all with “You and Your.”

For example:
  • Exodus 4:15. "THOU shalt speak unto him, and put words in his mouth; and I will be with THY mouth, and with his mouth, and will teach YOU what YE shall do." The THOU, THY refer to Moses, but YOU refers to the nation which would be instructed by the spokesman Aaron. If you simply use “you and your” it is impossible to tell who is being spoken to in the text.
  • Exodus 29:42. "This shalt be a continual burnt offering throughout YOUR generations at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation before the LORD where I will meet YOU, to speak there unto THEE." The YOU, referring to the children of Israel, is explained in the following verse, but THEE refers to Moses, who had the holy privilege of hearing the words of God directly (Leviticus 1:1).
  • John 3:7. "Marvel not that I said unto THEE, YE must be born again." The message was spoken to an individual, Nicodemus, but the message referred to all men. The same phenomenon occurs in verse 11, where we read: "I say unto THEE ... that YE receive not our witness."
the reason we use the King James Bible is also seen when you test the N.I.V. for example, against the King James Version. Below is just a handful out of hundreds of test verses. Check out the N.I.V. with the King James Bible using these verses.

  1. Fill in the missing words in Matthew 5:44 using the NIV. “Love your enemies, _______ them that curse you, ________ to them that hate you, and pray for them that _______ and persecute you.”
  2. According to Matthew 17:21, what two things are required to cast out the type of demon mentioned in this verse?
  3. According to Matthew 18:11, why did Jesus come to earth?
  4. In Matthew 27:35, when the soldiers parted Jesus’ garments they were fulfilling the words of the prophet. What were those words?
  5. Fill in the blanks using Matthew 20:16, “…for ______ are called but few are ________.”
  6. In Luke 9:55, what did the disciples not know about themselves?
  7. According to Luke 9:56, what did Jesus not come to do?
  8. According to Luke 23:38 in what three languages was the superscription above the cross written?
  9. Using John 3:13, write down where Jesus is now.
  10. According to Acts 8:37, what is one major requirement for baptism?
  11. In Acts 9:6 what did Saul ask Jesus?
  12. Using the NIV, write out Romans 16:24 word for word.
  13. I Timothy 3:16 is one of the greatest verses in the Bible on the deity of Christ. In this verse, who was manifested in the flesh?
  14. According to the second part of I Peter 4:14, how do lost people speak of Christ and how are saved people to speak of Him?
  15. Comparing I John 5:7 in the NIV and KJV, who are the three persons in the trinity?
    Complete the end of the verse, “…these three are____.
  16. Fill in the blanks from Revelation 1:11, “I am ______ and ______...”
  17. Write out Mark 7:16
  18. Comparing Luke 2:33, what was Joseph’s relationship to Jesus?
    What about in Luke 2:43
  19. Complete the following from Luke 4:4, “It is written, that man shall not live by bread alone, but ________________________________________.”
  20. Think you know who killed Goliath the giant? Look it up in II Samuel 21:19 and write his name here ___________________.
  21. According to I Timothy 6:5, how are we to respond to men who corrupt the truth? “…supposing gain is godliness: from such _______________.”
  22. Comparing II Corinthians 2:17 in the NIV and KJV, what do some people do to the Word of God?
  23. According to the note contained in the NIV concerning Mark 16:9-20, should it really be in the Bible?
  24. Write out Luke 17:36 word for word.
  25. In Acts 28:28 Paul told the Jews that God would save the Gentiles. How did they respond in Acts 28:29?
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