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Preach the Gospel! - Charles Spurgeon Sermon

Preach the Gospel! – Charles Spurgeon Sermon

1 Corinthians 9:16 For when I preach the gospel, I cannot boast, since I am compelled to preach. Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel! 182 more words

The Connection between Baptists and Revivals

Charles Hodge explained that Christianity rooted in the covenant favors Presbyterianism and rejects credo-Baptism as well as revival:

. . . what we think is plainly taught in Scripture, what is reasonable in itself, and confirmed by the experience of the church, is, that early, assiduous, and faithful religious culture of the young, especially by believing parents, is the great means of their salvation.

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Being Human

500 Years of Reformation

After our church’s bicentenary last year, you may not be aware that 2017 marks another important anniversary: it’s 500 years since Martin Luther unwittingly kick-started the Reformation – and the world has not been the same since. 209 more words


Speck In Your Eye

Hurricane Harvey proves us a lot of teachings that we have to be guided by. A lot of tests and choices that even people from the eye of the storm and outside of it can learn and somewhat can grow but in cases like this it only diminish their maturity and one mistake or a false move can destroy their well founded foundation. 691 more words

Love Your Neighbor - Charles Spurgeon Sermon

Love Your Neighbor – Charles Spurgeon Sermon

Matthew 19:19 ‘honor your father and mother,’ and ‘love your neighbor as yourself.’

Matthew 22:37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’”

The Secret Church, by Louise A. Vernon


“The Anabaptists are a small group of Christians who believe that everyone is a priest and should be able to study the Bible. They refuse to baptize their babies, and instead baptize adults on a confession of faith in Christ. 271 more words


We had a baptism yesterday: here's what we did

At Oldham Bethel Church, we had the privilege of baptising and bringing into membership one of our Iranian brothers. There are several things going on when we baptise someone so I thought I would share exactly what we were doing. 862 more words