Recent Media

Lists past 18 months of teachings. For complete media listings, plus special series listings, you must use the Calvary Chapel Vero Beach APP available for Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Roku devices. For Hebrew subtitled video, please visit https://my.ccvb.net/sbs-hebrew.php

Mark 9:30-37

April 14, 2024 • Nate Gallagher • Mark 9:30–37

Mark makes a point of telling us that Jesus wants servants, not superstars. Nate tells us we come to church to be equipped as a servant.

After Easter Blues

April 11, 2024 • Bryan Saylor • John 21

Jesus Pursues, Jesus Restores, Jesus Sends Bryan explores the statements of Jesus to Peter in John 21 as He (Jesus) commands Peter: 1) "Follow Me" ; 2) "Feed my Sheep" ; 3) "What is that to you?"

David's Tragic Fall

April 10, 2024 • Ariana Ryan • 2 Samuel 11, 2 Samuel 12, Psalm 32, Psalm 51, Ephesians 6:10–18

God's great forgiveness is wonderful news but we must also heed the warning that comes along with it. Sin, even forgiven sin, has consequences. Main scriptures referenced are Psalm 32, psalm51, Ephesians 6:10-18

Mark 9:1-29

April 7, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Mark 9:1–29

Jesus was transfigured and the Apostles witnessed it and were in awe. Has Jesus filled you with awe? If not, contact the church and find out how you can change that.

Genesis 25-27

April 4, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Genesis 25:19–34, Genesis 26, Genesis 27

Sometimes culture takes over our lives when it should be God who is the center of our lives! Count 54

Authentic Worship

April 3, 2024 • Kimberly Williams • 2 Samuel 6

David had to learn the hard way about how to worship God authentically.

Easter Sunday 2024

March 31, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, John 20

He Is Risen Indeed! Jim talks about the significance of the stone being rolled away. Count 90

Good Friday 2024

March 29, 2024 • Nate Gallagher • John 18, John 19

Nate talks about Jesus and the Cross of a King

Mark 11

March 24, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Mark 11

Jim jumped to chapter 11 because of Palm Sunday. Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem on a stolen donkey's colt was prophesied in the old testament.

2024 Men's Breakfast

March 23, 2024 • Stephen Cummins • 2 Peter 1

Garrett gives a testimony to his difficult life, but now has surrendered to Jesus. Then Pastor Cummins talks about walking through life's difficult times. Two men from different backgrounds but delivering a similar message: no matter how difficult your life is at the moment, it would be more difficult if you were not walking with Jesus in your heart! Come have a real relationship with Jesus!

Night of Worship 2024

March 21, 2024 • Anthony Onorato, Pete Vitale

A beautiful night of worship and reflection in the goodness of God.

When The Heart Speaks

March 20, 2024 • Kristie Gallagher • 1 Samuel 27, 2 Chronicles 16:9

The Old Testament has such great stories about walking in faith and despite failures in the lives of those people the God of the OT was faithful to them nonetheless. When David fell he always turned back to the Lord. God is not looking for perfection, but to someone who will return to HIM when we fall away in sin.

Mark 8:27-33

March 17, 2024 • Nate Gallagher • Mark 8:27–33, Matthew 16:13–20

POINT 1: Answer The Question (for yourself) Who Do you Say That I Am? POINT 2: Learn to be mindful of the things of God POINT 3: Have Confidence in the promises of God

Genesis 23-25

March 14, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Genesis 23

The final section of Abraham's Story tells of the death of Sarah, and the establishment of the tombs of the prophets.

Authentic Mercy

March 13, 2024 • Kristie Gallagher • 1 Samuel 24, 1 Samuel 26

We expect everything without waiting for it. Amazon can deliver AirPods in a matter of days (although, not always when they promise them), but Salvation takes waiting on the Lord. Follow Kristie as she explores the Mercy that David knew that came from the LORD.

Mark 7:31 - 8:26

March 10, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Mark 7:31–37, Mark 8:1–26

Two seemingly separate miracles, but with ancient prophetic roots and modern applications.

Genesis 22

March 7, 2024 • Peter Denham • Genesis 22:1–19

God promised Abraham a large progeny, but after giving him a son God tests Abraham's faith by telling him to sacrifice his only son. Of note, this is the first time in the Bible the word "love" is used. Abraham bows to the will of God, even not knowing what will happen on the mountain. Definition: hermeneutics [plural in form but singular or plural in construction]: the study of the https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/methodological principles of interpretation (as of the Bible).

A Deep, Abiding Friendship

March 6, 2024 • Kimberly Williams • 1 Samuel 18, 1 Samuel 23, 1 Samuel 20

Jonathan and David had a deep and abiding friendship despite difficulties setting obstacles in their way. This study is set up as an overview of these chapters about the story of their long, loving friendship.

Mark 7:24-30

March 3, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Mark 7:24–30

Jesus traveled great distances in order to save many souls who were in danger of eternal damnation. Why did he do this? The distance to Tyre was around 40 miles, more than a days' trek in those days.

Genesis 20-21

February 29, 2024 • Jim Gallagher • Genesis 20, Genesis 21

In a repeat of his actions in Egypt, Abraham puts his wife in the precarious position of being taken by another man. Abimelek gets confronted by God. God wants people to follow His righteous ways, not their sinful worldly ways. “https://quotefancy.com/quote/1617412/anthony-the-great-this-is-the-great-work-of-a-man-always-to-take-the-blame-for-his-own” — https://quotefancy.com/anthony-the-great-quotes Referenced Verses: Exodus 20:14; Hebrews 13:4; Proverbs 6:32 2 Samuel 12:7; 2 Samuel 12:9; 2 Samuel 12:13 Mark 9:33 -34; 1 Thessalonians 5:19; Luke 16:15 1 John 1:9; Acts 3:19; Galatians 4:4 Hebrews 11:13

David and Goliath: Everyday Faithfulness

February 28, 2024 • Ariana Ryan • 1 Samuel 17

David's everyday faithfulness as a shepherd boy is just as important as his extraordinary faithfulness in defending Israel against the Philistine giant. God prepares our hearts and trains our feet in the quiet parts of our life, developing us, so as we pass through difficulties we have a steady gaze on God’s faithfulness and sovereignty.