(Advertisement)

Religion

RSS

Are You Ashamed Of The Gospel

Subscriber onlyFirst Baptist Church, Pineville's morning message for July 26 was brought by our associate pastor, Brother Ryan Crawford: "For I Am Not Ashamed of The Gospel!" Continue reading...

Stephen Stood In Time Of Attacks

Subscriber onlyAre we able to be found doing God's work without being tossed to and fro? Are we steadfast in what we believe? Continue reading...

Christmas in July

Subscriber onlyKenneth White and Dot Harner were celebrating birthdays as we gathered to worship Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Wayne Johnson opened our service with prayer and special prayers were requested for Wyatt, Jessica, Lisa, Ruth Briggs, Fred Hall, Joe, Barbara and Freddy. Linda Abercrombie led us in the responsive reading from II Corinthians "Testimony" and Jerry Abercrombie led the congregational hymns including "Victory in Jesus." Tyrel Lett asked God's blessing and he and Rick Lett served as offering attendants. We were blessed with special music from Bob Obenshain who sang "He Touched Me," and Susan Albertson who sang "Rock of Ages." Continue reading...

Planned Parenthood Videos Highlight Abortion Issues

Subscriber onlyThere are so many things happening in this country that have me so concerned. Continue reading...

Are You Ready?

Subscriber onlyBut ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness, 1 Thessalonians 5:4-5. Dennis Yotter welcomed the church and made announcements: We had an exciting week of VBS, thank you to all the teachers and workers who helped make it a success! Also, Ladies Bible Study is Thursday 1:30 p.m. at the church. Megan Yotter played "Jesus Loves Me" during the penny drill and Derrick Woodard and Jake Yotter received the morning tithes and offerings. Prayer requests and praises were lifted up...we are in God's Hands and He watches over us, protects us, and guides us. Megan and Tara Stephens led the worship service with "Somebody Loves Me," "He Hideth My Soul," and "Without Him." Continue reading...

A Tribute To August

Subscriber onlyPity poor old August! Unless one has a birthday or an anniversary in August, there is absolutely nothing spectacular or notable about this summer-is-almost-over month. Continue reading...

Church Yard Sale

Subscriber onlyBethlehem Free Will Baptist Church is having a yardsale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1. Continue reading...

What Is It You're Hoping For?

Subscriber onlyTyrel Lett was celebrating a birthday as we gathered to worship Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Special prayers were requested for Wyatt, Debbie, Angela, Kristen, Crystal, Tom Sharp, Ruth Briggs, David Barton, Ruby Wetzel and James. Jeanette Easter thanked everyone for their help with the church booth at the fair and announced that Alaska Baker was the winner of the Bible. Special thanks to Jimmy and Jeanette for their work on the booth and for purchasing Bibles for the kids. Pastor Mark shared the prayer requests with the congregation that were left in the box at the fair. Continue reading...

The Word of God Endures Forever

Subscriber onlyA new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye dhave love one to another. John 13:34, 35. Continue reading...

Dog Days Of Summer

Subscriber onlyHot, hazy, humid days! These are the dog days of summer, the hottest days of the year. Traditionally, Dogs Days run from July 3 through Aug. 11. The ancient Romans had an explanation for this phenomena: It was during this time span that the Dog Star, Sirius, appeared in the summer sky. The Romans believed that the heat of the Dog Star, added to the heat of the Sun, made for the hottest days of the year. We no longer believe that; but we continue to talk about the Dog Days of Summer. Traditions die hard. Continue reading...

Reach For The Spirit Of God

Subscriber onlyOur Sunday morning message was brought by our associate pastor, Brother Ryan Crawford: "Amalek: A Type Of The Flesh." We stood for opening prayer and the reading of God's word. The opening scripture reading was taken from: Exodus 17:8-16 Continue reading...

Making Our Life Count

Subscriber onlyI want to personally thank all who helped with the lunch for the Cartwright family on Wednesday, July 15. Everyone worked together and served the family during this time of loss with much love. Acts such as this are what makes our lives count. We need to be always ready to step into a situation where we can make a difference. That is why we call our congregation a family. Continue reading...