Kestler was, at the time, a star player in Calvary's growing radio network.
When Heitzig departed to pastor another Calvary church in California, he chose Pete Nelson as his successor.
Smith rehired at least two leaders who had been fired by other Calvary churches for sexual misconduct.
The accusations kept getting tawdrier, but, still, Calvary has seemed willing to stand behind its men.
Other Calvary pastors have been removed when they were convicted of similar crimes.
It seems to me, therefore, highly probable that in fixing the site of Calvary the Empress was rightly guided.
His comrade in arms, climbing with him even then the road to Calvary's hill!
The three Calvary men were out on a scouting expedition, to learn if the boomers were in the vicinity of the river.
You will hear a voice from Calvary, and there above all it is, Be holy, for I am holy.
What matter if it was hard; if it was difficult; if it was bitter as Marah and steep as Calvary?
only in Luke 23:33, the Latin name Calvaria, which was used as a translation of the Greek word _Kranion_, by which the Hebrew word _Gulgoleth_ was interpreted, "the place of a skull." It probably took this name from its shape, being a hillock or low, rounded, bare elevation somewhat in the form of a human skull. It is nowhere in Scripture called a "hill." The crucifixion of our Lord took place outside the city walls (Heb. 13:11-13) and near the public thoroughfare. "This thing was not done in a corner." (See GOLGOTHA.)