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Walking with an Unbelieving Husband

Posted by Rose Anderson on

You love your husband. That is why you married him. However, you have come to realize that you are unequally yoked. Regardless of how you find yourself in this place, at some point, the load can become rather heavy to bear. One of two things will happen when you are unequally yoked. Either you...

Are You Aware of Your Reward?

Posted by Dustin Raley on

One of my favorite passages of scripture is Hebrews 11:6. It says, “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.” This verse has been a powerful word for me in seasons...

Are You Aware of Your Hope?

Posted by Leland Brown on

Some sins, sufferings, and inclinations to evil just don’t go away, do they? I have found that some of the most discouraging and difficult moments of my life are when I am dealing with something I thought was put to death months ago. Anxiety again, sleeplessness again, youthful arrogance...

Your Life is the Front Door to the Church

Posted by Craig Harris on

We have a gorgeous Sanctuary and Worship Center to gather in for the Lord’s Day worship and to sit under the dynamic teaching of God’s word. We have an amazing Welcome Center to serve as the catalyst for lingering fellowship as we build authentic community and receive newcomers to...

Are You Aware of Your Identity?

Posted by Van Barnhill on

The topic of identity shows up all the time. In meeting new people, introducing yourself, and getting to know someone we talk about our identity (i.e. who we are). Conversations usually begin with a line of questioning resembling “Hi, what’s your name?” followed by “What...

She Said No to the Joy of Marital Companionship

Posted by Buster Brown on

At Christmas we give to missions through the Lottie Moon World Christmas Offering which supports 4500 missionaries with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.  Charlotte Diggs (Lottie) Moon was a young woman who grew up in a privileged home in Virginia and...

Commitments of a Lifestyle of Evangelism

Posted by Leland Brown on

Two short but incredibly potent phrases in the Bible have been gripping me lately: “Do the work of an evangelist” (2 Timothy 4:6) and “Therefore, knowing the fear of the Lord, we persuade men” (2 Corinthians 5:11). As I’ve felt the Lord’s hand on me through...

Praying for Your Adult (or nearly adult) Children

Posted by Rose Anderson on

When my children were little, everyone told me that while parenting small children was physically demanding, those were actually the easy years. I did not believe it.   I think the difficulty in parenting older children is that they are away from us so much more, and making their own...

The Power of Forgiveness

Posted by Rose Anderson on

As we have been thinking about the Five Gs of Discipleship and how to grow in our walks with the Lord over the past few months, the issue of forgiveness has come to my mind. Perhaps you have some minor “issues” in your relationships with others that are actually issues of...

A Mind at Work

Posted by Van Barnhill on

It is said that upon rising every morning, Benjamin Franklin would begin each day by asking himself the question, “What good shall I do this day?” That’s not a bad principle to live by (but it is a bit vague). A better (and more biblical question) would be something like...

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