This is a very odd teaching on a Calvary Chapel website. Now this is Calvary Chapel Outreach Fellowship which is an organization that works with Calvary Chapel pastors, basically a "pastor to pastor" ministry, and is where folks go who want to become affiliated with Calvary Chapel to apply for membership.
This could be where Bob Coy may have gotten his teaching from, when he said of communion "These elements will become part of who you are". Online, I found this Calvary Chapel Outreach Fellowship document that describes a belief about communion that was kind of surprising:
The Catholic teaching lest anyone forget...from a Catholic website:
"3. The breaking of bread. This to us is a tangible representation of the unity that we share in Christ for we understand that the bread speaks to us of the body of Christ which was broken for us, and as we all eat the bread and it is assimilated into our bodies, we are spiritually united through Jesus
with each other; in the fact that the bread that is nourishing me and is becoming a part of me, is also nourishing you and becoming a part of you. Thus, we are united together in Christ. He dwells in me; He dwells in you."
"As we consume the bread and wine of the eucharist and these elements become a part of our physical body, we are
in turn consumed by the Lord of Love and become
a part of his living body on earth"
Given many Christians are discerning the growing Catholic mysticism, Emergent false teachings and growing idolatry including the growing appeal of sacramental and idolatrous teachings concerning "communion" or what the Catholic church calls the "Eucharist" in
evangelical churches, seeing the above is very concerning. To me, it seems a more subtle way of pushing the idea of the Catholic "Real Presence" teachings regarding the eucharist: [Catholics do literally believe the bread and wine become the body and blood of Jesus Christ during the Mass] Does the "bread" itself taken in communion bring one into spiritual unity with Jesus? [as the CCOF statement says] Even that is an odd conjecture, a born again Christian is already united with Jesus Christ via faith with the Holy Spirit indwelling, they do not need "bread" to make it happen. The Lord's Supper is supposed to be a memorial, the body of Christ, is born again Christians, not pieces of bread being eaten.
Lest someone think I am nit-picking, the falseness of the Catholic Eucharist, is something many born again Christians who leave the Catholic church realize with the help of the Holy Spirit from the start. Jesus warned of those who basically taught that the "bread" itself ["consecrated" or not] had power or had become 'God'. Even the subtle illusion to the digestive process helping someone become more holy [as the bread is "assimilated into our bodies" in the CCOF statement] is wrong.
One thing, the word "draught" in the Bible, is basically the 'sewer', it doesn't get much lower then that.
Mat 15:17 Do not ye yet understand, that whatsoever entereth in at the mouth goeth into the belly, and is cast out into the draught?
With many of the errors, I've seen in Calvary Chapel, this odd teaching seems to match the same home to Rome agenda that some have theorized is behind, the odd consorting of Calvary Chapel top leaders with so many top ecumenists out there. I hope this is something not all of the pastors have adopted. Surely there are a few ex-Catholics in Calvary Chapel who would see right through CCOF's words. Some are subtle. Watch out for any church that starts teaching about the 'bread' in this way. They may not go all the way but its about breaking down barriers and the many avenues where people are being led to the harlot, and false mysticism.