"All the paths of the LORD are steadfast love and faithfulness, for those who keep His covenant and His testimonies" (Psalm 25:10).
Covenant Church (PCA) - Houston, TX
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Transforming Hearts, Conforming to Christ
"Forty Years of Faithful Teaching from God's Word" (1974-2014)

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We are...

  • A Bible believing, Evangelical, Presbyterian and Reformed congregation
  • Worshippers of God in the manner He prescribes in Scripture
  • Preaching and Teaching the whole Bible for today's Church
  • Undershepherds of Jesus who know and carefully tend His flock

 Young Men's Fellowship
(for ages 40 and younger)
Meets 3rd Saturday of month


Every Tuesday Morning - Ladies
Alternate Tuesdays - West Houston
Alternate Wednesdays - NW Houston
Alternate Thursdays - Sugar Land
Every Saturday - Neighborhood Bible Study

Westminster Shorter Catechism class in Spanish
Alternate Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
Meeting this month on April 10 & 24.
Location:  Moreno home
For additional information, contact the church office at 281.870.0349 or covenantoffice@sbcglobal.net  

 ESL Class
The class meets on Mondays
at 7:00 p.m.
For additional information, contact the church office at 281.870.0349 or covenantoffice@sbcglobal.net

Mr. Ben West is our new Ministerial Intern.  
Mr. West completed his seminary education at Vanderbilt University a couple of years ago. Through this internship, he is preparing to become a minister in the Presbyterian Church of America.


This Sunday in History:

1779 - The Scottish Jacobite Society was incorporated in Charleston, South Carolina, with the express intention of making Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Stuart Pretender, the king of America.
Used with permission from The Christian Almanac, Grant and Wilbur, authors.


 This Sunday at Covenant (April 20, 2014)
 9:40 AM  Adult Sunday School--First Week of the Spring Quarter
This spring we offer two foundational studies in experiential Calvinism, which must always be at the center of any Biblically Reformed faith:

The Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan
Teacher:  Ian Coulter, Missionary
The Pilgrim's Progress is a classic allegory of the Christian life. This timeless masterpiece has endured like few other literary works. Bunyan's work is rich with application and great consolation, as it describes the adventures of the pilgrim in his walk to Zion. Author Bunyan (1628-1688) was jailed for his non-conformist preaching. During his imprisonment he devoted himself to Bible study, reading, and writing. The student will gain good insight into the trials and temptations of this life, and how by God's grace to overcome all things through and for Christ.
 ♦Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cure, by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Teacher:  Elder Blaine Locheed
This course consists of twenty-one sermons by Dr. Lloyd-Jones, originally given at Westminster Chapel in London. Believing that Christian joy was one of the most potent factors in the spread of Christianity in the early centuries, the author lays bare the causes that rob many Christians of spiritual vitality, and points to the graces and resources of Christ for the cure.
New Members Class
Teachers:  Senior Pastor Lou Veiga and Elder Wayne Slaikeu
Our new members' class is designed to introduce visitors to the life and duties of a Christian disciple. It also teaches the basic Christian doctrines that one must confess in order to give a cogent answer for the Christian's hope of glory. The class will run 5 to 6 weeks. It is required for all who seek membership at Covenant Presbyterian Church, but attendance in the class does not obligate anyone to join the church.
11:00 AM  Morning Worship Service
Worship Theme:  Christ, God's Glorious Servant
Sermon Title: "The Glory of Christian Service"
Sermon Text:  Romans 12: 14-16
Preaching:   Senior Pastor Rev. Lou Veiga
Outline:       I.   Christ's Servants Do Good When Mistreated by Others
                   II.  Christ's Servants Sympathize with Others
                  III.  Christ's Servants Think of the Good of All
The Christian serves God and others in a manner that is completely different from the world. In particular, it is especially to be observed that the glory of a Christian is manifested when he is persecuted, in sympathizing with others in good or evil, and in seeking the general good of all before self. In all of these things the Christian resembles Christ, whose Spirit indwells him. Join us this Sunday as we study the glory of Christian service.
Worship Theme:  God Is Just
Sermon Title: "A Study in Contrasts"
Sermon Text:  Proverbs 10: 17-30
Preaching:   Senior Pastor Rev. Lou Veiga
Outline:       I.   The Wise and the Foolish Are Contrasted Today
                   II.  The Wise and the Foolish Are Contrasted Tomorrow
There is a great contrast between the wise and the foolish today, especially in their use of speech and in their thought life. But this contrast will be much greater in the future, for God preserves the wise but eliminates the fool. God is just and will recompense both the good and the evil. Therefore, be wise! Receive godly wisdom from the Book of Proverbs.




Our Pledge to Visitors: What You Can Expect If You Visit Us Next Sunday  
We will worship God only as He has prescribed in His Holy Scriptures.  We do not manipulate consciences or levy man-made rules and practices on the people of God.  We love this liberty because the Son of God has made us free (John 8:36).
We will worship God by delivering His whole counsel to His people.  We teach the whole of the Bible, because Jesus Christ has commanded us to teach it (Matthew 28:18-20).

We will preach sermons in consecutive order through entire books of the Bible without side-stepping the difficult texts (Acts 20:26, 27).  We find harmony in the Scriptures; therefore we explain the meaning of the whole Bible and apply its teachings practically for your Christian walk.
We will not preach ourselves, but Christ Jesus and Him crucified.  We declare that we are bereft of any righteousness of our own.  We freely confess our sin every week.  But the good news is that God saves sinners and justifies the ungodly through faith in Jesus Christ (Romans 4:5).  We glory in Christ and in the righteousness that is imputed to us through faith in Him (Philippians 3:8-10; Titus 3:5).


“This is the covenant I will make ... declares the Lord.  I will put my laws in their minds and
write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people” (Hebrews 8:10).


 Last Update: 7-April-2014

"Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone, a cornerstone chosen and precious, and whoever believes in Him will not be put to shame." 1 Peter 2:6

  I was glad when they said to me, "Let us go into the house of the LORD."  Psalm 122:1