Calvary Houston is a thriving non-denominational church located in Friendswood, Texas.

Pastored by Ron Hindt for 25+ years, our vision is to WORSHIP the Lord, WIN the lost, DISCIPLE the saints, and SEND them out into the world with the love of Christ.

We believe it is the job of the church to feed the sheep. Healthy sheep beget more healthy sheep.

We teach through the Bible line upon line, precept upon precept, in order that the church might grow up into maturity and affect the world around us.

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The Gospel of Mark

Servant Savior: The Gospel of Mark

The Gospel of Mark is the shortest of the Gospels. Mark, also known as John Mark, was discipled by both the Apostle Paul and the Apostle Peter. Written to a predominantly Roman audience, Mark emphasizes the humanity of Jesus as our Servant Savior.

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45).

Interestingly, the word “immediately” is used over 40 times in this book, indicating the fast pace of this gospel account. Moreover, the word “servant” is used regularly, and typically refers to a person of action.

Mark shows Jesus as a man of action and service, traveling from place to place to meet the needs of the people, and ultimately dying on the cross for man’s sin.

YOU’VE INVITED! Sunday mornings at 9:00 & 11:00 in the Main Sanctuary.



The Book of Psalms: Praise

The book of Psalms is the largest and one of the most beloved books in all the Bible. It speaks about love, hate, joy, sorrow, hope, fear, peace, strife, faith, and despair. This book is a vast storehouse of human experience like no other.

We usually associate these 150 Psalms to King David, however, there were many other authors. In fact, this book was originally divided into five smaller books.

All of the Psalms were set to music, hence it’s original name in Hebrew: “The book of Praise.

This book was ultimately written to give praise to God and glorify His name. We would also note that many of the psalms are Messianic and prophetical as they point to the work and ministry of Jesus Christ our Savior.

Check out this informative video on the Book of Job.

YOU’VE INVITED! Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall.


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