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Winter Gospel Meeting with Ken McDaniel


Ken McDaniel of Springfield, IL, will deliver a special series of lessons .

We would be glad for you to join us as Ken shares thoughts with us from the word of God on the following topics:

Date & TimeTopic
What Is a Christian?
Bible classes for all ages
God Is Worthy
Restoring New Testament Evangelism
Just Another Church?
The Steadfast Love of God
Pilgrims and Sojourners

 

Gospel Preaching from E.R. Hall


An open Bible Brother E.R. Hall of Albertville, AL was recently with us holding a gospel meeting. If you missed his lessons, you can hear them here:

  1. Pluralism: Tolerance of All Beliefs
  2. When Baptism Is Not Baptism
  3. Lessons from the Plagues
  4. The Ark and the Church
  5. The Truth about Dinosaurs
  6. They Were Not at All Ashamed

 

Gospel Preaching from Donnie V. Rader


An open BibleDid you miss the preaching of brother Donnie Rader of Shelbyville, TN when he was with us here for a gospel meeting recently? You can hear his lessons here:

  1. Following at a Distance
  2. Bitterness
  3. Who Is the Greatest?
    (Matthew 18:1–9)
  4. When You’ve Been Wronged
    (Matthew 18:10–20)
  5. Selling and Stirring
  6. The Seduction of Joseph
  7. Forgiveness
    (Matthew 18:21–35)
  8. Training Our Children
  9. The Conversion of 3,000

 

Gospel Preaching from Jesse Flowers


An open BibleDid you miss our recent gospel meeting with Jesse Flowers of Baytown, TX? Listen to his lessons here:

  1. Building Your Own Faith
  2. Furnace Faith
  3. 52 Days
  4. The Christian and Depression
  5. How Far Is It to Hell?
  6. The Joy Set before Us
  7. How Will You Be Remembered?

 

Thursday, February 21, 2019


“The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not covet,” and whatever other command there may be, are summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor. Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.”(Daily Reading, ESV)