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Fall 2019 ministry

Asking God to take us where we need to go so that we can be more like Jesus Christ....

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Is the Bible Enough?

In our concluding survey concerning the sufficiency of Scripture, I want to end our discussion on why the Bible is enough by looking at what the Bible claims about itself in Psalm 19:7-9. The author of this text gives us six clear pictures of what the Word of God is capable of. The author, the Holy Spirit, uses six synonyms to describe the Word of God: law, testimony, pre...

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Meaningful Membership

We attend church one hour a week, usually on Sunday morning, and hope to excel spiritually, which is not a biblical paradigm....

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Let's be encouraged!

The Bible is filled with statements about encouraging one another and just general encouragements....

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Great First Sunday of 2019

The past can be valuable, but the past can hinder Christian progress forward. ...

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Let's Give Thanks!

The book of Psalm gives us plenty of great passages to meditate on concerning giving thanks to God. ...

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What is a church plant?

A church plant is when a mother church (i.e. established church) has a desire to see a new church established to preach the gospel to the lost world, and to see the saved matured for the glory of God....

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Tough Times Call For Right Responses

The past twelve months since we've moved to Lexington has been a real whirlwind for the church. Paul speaking to the early churches he planted, in Acts 14:22, states rightly that, "Through many tribulations, we must enter the kingdom of God." Paul's desire is to comfort these young churches. The hardship and trials they faced are part of their spiritual journey. This is ...

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God Care for his People: Part 3

It is in these moments when we face undue speech we must learn to trust in God’s care for us when we can’t fight our own battles. ...

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God Cares for His People: Part II

Do we really think about how our theology impacts our daily lives? The late Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones said it best, "The Christian life is doctrine on fire." He held that doctrine was a practical truth about God that was to be impressedonto our mind so that we might live for the glory of God. This is especially valuable when we are faced with a trial and need to be remind...

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