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OUR GOSPEL MEETING WITH DAVID LIPE (June 6-9)

by Dennis Gulledge

    I would like for you to know a little about brother David Lipe, who is scheduled to hold our gospel meeting this year. As you will see from the biographical information below brother Lipe has been quite accomplished at directing sound and effective lectureship programs over the years. My knowledge of him has largely been […]

    THE MOUTH OF THE LORD

    by Wayne Brewer

                  The prophet Micah wrote regarding a prophesy of the coming of the Lord’s church and the nature of the church and concluded by saying, “for the mouth of the Lord of hosts has spoken” (Micah 4:4). That phrase, “the mouth of the Lord”, is very powerful because the implication is that whatever the Lord […]

      SOME PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF “CHRIST IS ALL, AND IN ALL”

      by Daniel Webster

        Last Sunday, we studied what the Bible has to say about a very emotional topic in our society: racism. Before studying for that sermon, I did not realize just how universal the biblical emphasis is on the Gospel’s truly being for all—all income levels, all education levels, all criminal backgrounds, and, yes, all ethnicities. God […]

        DO NOT LEARN THE WAY OF THE GENTILES

        by Wayne Brewer

                      The people of God in the Old Testament had several problems, but one major problem was that they allowed themselves to be influenced by the surrounding nations. The failure to continue to trust in God and walk in the law given to them by God caused them to look around and want what other […]

          THE TRANSFIGURATION OF CHRIST

          by Dennis Gulledge

                        The transfiguration was an amazing event in the life of Jesus Christ, and a memorable occasion for three disciples. Jesus, at this time, is in the closing months of his life on earth prior to his crucifixion. The account of this remarkable event may be found in Matthew 17:1-9; Mark 9:2-9 and Luke 9:28-36.  […]

            “EASTER” AND THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST

            by Dennis Gulledge

                          Many people will awaken like the springtime all around us and make their annual appearance at an “Easter service” somewhere. Easter is not complete without a sunrise church service, so they will force themselves to rise with the Robins and be there somewhere. Many denominations (and some churches of Christ) will attempt to draw […]

              BY FAITH YOU STAND

              by Wayne Brewer

                            The apostle Paul wrote a second letter to the brethren in Corinth rejoicing because they had taken his first letter to them seriously and had repented of their sins. Initially the Corinthians had obeyed the gospel when the message of Christ was preached to them by Paul (Acts 18:8), but even though they had […]

                THE ADVANTAGES OF ADVERSITY

                by Daniel Webster

                  Note from Daniel: this article from Neal Pollard is worth sharing. It dovetails beautifully with the sermon yesterday. I hope everybody is having a great Monday morning! Since March Madness begins later this week, I was reading about all the teams to help me fill out my brackets. I came across the incredible story of […]

                  FOR HIS MERCY ENDURES FOREVER

                  by Wayne Brewer

                     The Psalmist wrote: “Oh give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, for His mercy endures forever” (Psalm 107:1). David experienced many difficulties in his life from the time when he was a young shepherd boy tending his flock to when he became the second king of Israel. David suffered at times because […]

                    “HEAVEN WILL SURELY BE WORTH IT ALL”

                    by Dennis Gulledge

                      By Edd Sterchi          Many decades ago, on a Sunday morning, I was in a 15-passenger van with a member of the local congregation picking up kids to bring them to Bible study. I remember it as if it were yesterday. The van was packed to the gills with children, and my job was crowd […]