Third Sunday after the Epiphany – Sermon by Deacon Nailor
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Third Sunday after the Epiphany – Sermon by Deacon Nailor

Mark 1: 14-20 14 Now after John was arrested, Jesus came to Galilee, proclaiming the good news of God, 15 and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has come near; repent, and believe in the good news.” 16 As Jesus passed along the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – January-February 2024
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – January-February 2024

1 Thessalonians 1 Thessalonians is believed to be the oldest book in the New Testament. It was the first epistle written by Paul to a church in Thessalonica that Paul founded but was forced to leave before he could give them full instructions on the Gospel. Come join the Bible Study on Wednesday mornings at…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – November 2023
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – November 2023

The Fifth Gospel The book of Isaiah has been called by Christians “The Fifth Gospel” because of the amazing prophecies of the Gospel of Jesus Christ found in four prophecies called the “Servant Songs”. Yet Judaism interprets these passages differently. In this Bible study, we will examine the four servant songs and compare Judaism’s and…

Love Like Alabaster
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Love Like Alabaster

John 12:1-10: Jesus Anointed at Bethany 12 Six days before the Passover celebration began, Jesus arrived in Bethany, the home of Lazarus—the man he had raised from the dead. 2 A dinner was prepared in Jesus’ honor. Martha served, and Lazarus was among those who ate[a] with him. 3 Then Mary took a twelve-ounce jar[b]…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – September & October 2023
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – September & October 2023

The Epistles of 1 John and the Johannine Community The Johannine community was one of several sects of Christianity during the First and Second centuries. It was characterized by a very high Christology, emphasis on the Holy Spirit, and a rejection of the Bishop/Presbyter form of church government beginning to emerge in Christianity. In the…

Presentation by Ryan Rickrode – 16 July 2023
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Presentation by Ryan Rickrode – 16 July 2023

Readings: Genesis 25:19-34; Psalm 119:105-112; Romans 8:1-11; Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 May the words of my mouth and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable in your sight, 0 Lord, our strength and our salvation. I recently learned about a chemistry professor at a Christian university who wanted to help his students not only understand how…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – Summer 2023
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – Summer 2023

Joseph’s Trouble by Wes King Joseph’s trouble started with a dream and a coat that was sewn with a colorful seam. The story of Jacob’s son Joseph is told in the last eleven chapters of Genesis. It’s a story of betrayal, deceit, hardship, triumph, and forgiveness; a story of God’s providence. This summer we will…

Gideons International
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Gideons International

ABOUT GIDEONS The Gideons International is an Association of Christian business and professional men and their wives dedicated to telling people about Jesus through associating together for service, sharing personal testimony, and providing Bibles and New Testaments. While we are often recognized for our work with hotels, we also place and distribute Scriptures in strategic…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – April & May 2023
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – April & May 2023

The Resurrection, Christ’s & Ours The resurrection of Christ is central to the Christian faith, yet the Bible does not describe the actual resurrection. Whatever happened that Sunday morning is a mystery. What the Bible does describe is the discovery of the empty tomb and resurrection appearances to his followers. We will examine these stories…

Wednesday Morning Bible Study – Winter 2023
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Wednesday Morning Bible Study – Winter 2023

Creation This Bible study will examine some of the passages in the bible that deal with creation with a focus on Genesis 1 and 2. Although these passages are familiar to most people, there is a great deal of controversy over how they should be interpreted and what their relevance is for us today. Come…