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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

John 12:1-8 NRSV

Every service of worship should begin with a warning. Instead of a welcome and a few announcements before the hand bell choir, the congregation needs to be forewarned, put on alert, and be advised to proceed with caution. 1,782 more words


J.C. Ryle on the Lord's Supper

Matthew 26:26-29 is part of our read-through-the-Bible plan for today:

Now as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and after blessing it broke it and gave it to the disciples, and said, “Take, eat; this is my body.” And he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, saying, “Drink of it, all of you,  for this is my blood of the  covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. 

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On Awkward Family Meals

I read this week about a family gathered around a table for a nice Thanksgiving meal. Things were going well until Uncle Larry said, “Hey, Steve, you need to pay me back that $200 I loaned you last year.” And Steve said, “I don’t have the money to pay you back, Uncle Larry.” And Uncle Larry got so angry that he grabbed the sweet potatoes—Steve’s favorite food—and went into the bathroom. 618 more words

Bible Study

(Archives) Sermon from John 13 | Video

My friends at Ridgeway Baptist Church in Memphis, TN sent a copy of one of my  sermons this week. The sermon source is John 13, and was was delivered in late 2016, shortly before the elections.  11 more words


Worship Order: March 18th, 2018

Here is the order of worship for Sunday, March 18th! Tommy and team will be leading us through song. See the order below for each element. 138 more words

Apostles Creed

Passing through Gethsemane

The place of ‘crushing’ is not a destination, but it is a good pit stop.

A Baptist pastor said in an article I read recently that Maundy Thursday has become his favorite day of the Easter season. 749 more words


MAZE IV - Continued.

“A Lord’s Supper Story” – Continued.

“Lock the door! Darkness has fallen! No one else can enter in!” the Elder shouted, and the door was locked. 1,467 more words