Article 4. 10.19

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On the last Sunday of His life, Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem by the crowd’s cry of “Hosanna” and proclaimed to be the “Son of David.” Little did the multitude realize that the Messiah had entered the holy city with the primary purpose of laying down His life as...

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Article 4.3.19

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Since I was a boy, my Sunday School teachers would talk about the Apostle Paul and his missionary journeys, and they would even adorn their classroom walls with various maps of his travels. Obviously, I soaked up what they said (for I was a diligent, young student!), but the places seemed so...

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Article 3.27.19

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Reaching people for Christ; that should be the aim of every church; and frankly stated, it should be the personal mission of every believer. This Sunday, we will be both motivated and challenged to accomplish our task in a variety of ways. For example, Tim Elmore will join us for our Sunday...

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Article 3.20.19

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As you read this article, sixty-nine of my closest friends (at least for now!) and I are following the “Footsteps of Paul.” I should say that we at least are retracing his steps through Greece, with quick stops in Ephesus, Crete, etc. Paul carried many titles: the apostle, the...

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Article 3.13.19

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You can serve! That was the message I hoped to convey this past Sunday as we gathered together for corporate worship. Both then and now, I believe that God has a place for each believer to serve in and through the local church. And how blessed we are when each individual finds that specific...

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Article 3.6.19

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Prayer can do anything God can do. When we ask of Him to work on our behalf, we should be confident that He is both willing to respond in our best interest and able to accomplish anything/everything that He desires. He is God! And He is the All-Powerful One! With that said, I want to encourage...

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Article 2.27.19

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If you have been around a Southern Baptist church very long, you have probably noticed how we have memorialized certain women with offering status! Names like Lottie, Annie, Louisiana’s Georgia, and Mississippi’s Margaret all flavor our Baptist language and serve as reminders for us...

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Article 2.20.19

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Evangelism. The English word is derived from the Greek term which literally means “to bring a good message or to herald good news.” Of course, the word took upon special significance with the work of Christ, and early believers embraced God’s good news, identifying it as the...

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Article 2.13.19

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Phillip Yancey once wrote a book entitled Church, Why Bother? When I saw that title, I began to ponder the question for myself. After all, why should I bother with church at all? Two thoughts came to mind. The first concerned the PERSON. My whole perspective on life changed because of the man...

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Article 2.6.19

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Multigenerational: “consisting of, relating to, or involving more than one generation (as of a family).” What an adjective to describe the church!  I know that over the past five years you have heard me speak about our goal of remaining a multigenerational congregation. It is...

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