10/29/17 Bible Class
In Numbers 21, we find that once again the Israelites are complaining, so God sends fiery serpents into the camp to punish them. To save the people from death, Moses is told to do something that Jesus will later reference when talking about his mission.
10/29/17 a.m. sermon
The Lord’s Supper, while not the only important part of our worship, is a very important aspect of our worship, and it must be treated in the proper way. It is a not a common thing. It is special, and every Christian must remember that when they partake.
10/25/17 Bible Class
Luke Chapter 7 contains four stories that show us Jesus compassion on display. Last week we considered two stories, one where a centurion’s servant was healed, and another where a widow’s son was brought back to life. Tonight we will continue our look at a time when John the Baptizer had started to doubt, and sent his disciples to ask Jesus if he was in fact the one that Israel was waiting for.
10/22/17 p.m. sermon
“Pray without ceasing.” That is what Paul had written in 1 Thessalonians 5:17. Not only did he write it, he lived it, and we see that come out throughout his letters. There are many times that Paul records specific things for which he is praying. In Eph. 3:14-21, we notice three specific things that Paul prayed for. Join us as we study God’s Word Together.
10/22/17 a.m. sermon
It’s not much, but it’s what I have. That was the attitude of a poor widow in Jerusalem about 2000 years ago when she gave a tiny amount of money to the temple treasury. We learn from her a lot about the attitude of giving. As we study this story together, let’s notice a few things about giving that we can understand from the Scriptures.
10/22/17 Bible Class
Numbers 20 brings a lot of challenges to the people of Israel. Two leaders of the people (Miriam and Aaron) die, Moses disobeys God, and the Edomites present a challenge. Join us as we study God’s Word together
10/18/17 Wednesday Bible Study
Having finished the Sermon on the Mount, we are going to get back into some of the miracles of Christ, and the teaching that accompanied them. Tonight we look at the healing of a centurion’s servant, Jesus’ first (chronological) resurrection miracle, and we begin to look at John the Baptizer’s question about Jesus identity.
10/15/17 p.m. sermon
The plan that God had to save mankind from sin and death always included the Gentiles, those who were not direct physical descendants of Abraham as the Jews were. Once the New Covenant was established, it took some time, but finally Christians began to preach to Gentiles, especially Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles.
Sermon from Bro. Jim Roquemore, one of our elders.
10/11/17 Bible Class
In this lesson, we conclude our study of the Sermon on the Mount by looking at the need to judge the fruit of false teachers, the saddest words a person could ever hear, and the story of two builders and how they relate to the teachings of Jesus.