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New Launch of Church Search and Baptist Ministries
and how we got to this point...
(Circulating via Email - not verified, but a great story)
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Revival Singing "I Know My Name Is There" This is a old-Fashioned revival service at a Baptist Church in Landis, North Carolina. Evangelist Brother Maze Jackson is preaching .
Revival,Evangelist Maze Jackson, "Barley Fields" Part 1 This is a old-Fashioned revival service at a Baptist Church in Landis, North Carolina. Evangelist Brother Maze Jackson is preaching .
Revival Singing, "He Hideth My Soul" , Landis,NC This is a old-Fashioned revival service at a Baptist Church in Landis, North Carolina. Evangelist Brother Maze Jackson is preaching .
Revival Singing , "Hallelujah, Im going Home" This is a old-Fashioned revival service at a Baptist Church in Landis, North Carolina. Evangelist Brother Maze Jackson is preaching .
BR Lakin - Are You Ready To Meet God? (Pt. 1 of 4) Bascom Ray (BR) Lakin (January 5, 1901- March 15, 1984) was a Baptist preacher and evangelist. BR Lakin was born on a farm near Fort Gay, West Virginia, on the Kentucky border. His mother had prayed for a "preacher man" and had dedicated him to God
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The Oak Lake Baptist choir presents our 2008 Christmas cantata, Hope Has Hands.
Dozen donuts on Sunday AM: $6.00 Gas for Sunday morning service: $2.50 Lunch at McD's after church: $15.00 Heartburn medication: $9.98 Gas for Sunday night service: $2.50 Spending an entire Sunday at Heartland Baptist Church: PRICELESS!
This is a special article by Jim Krohn, Youth Pastor of Southeast Bible Baptist Church and author of the book "Biblical Youth Work", from which this article is an adaptation. Keep an eye on Uthleader.com within the next week and you will be able to order "Biblical Youth Work" at a UthLeader special price. “The Family Cult” Part 1 of 3 Don’t chuck your Youth Ministry        What is the family cult?  If you don’t know the answer to that question, consider yourself blessed.  The family cult is a name that I have given to a movement that is gaining ground in fundamental churches.  It emphasizes the family above all things.  While I agree that the family is extremely important, they take things to absurd proportions.  For example, according to this movement, Sunday school is bad because it divides the family.  Sunday evening services are bad because it takes the family out of the home.  Instead, they encourage a Sunday evening family worship time with the father as the patriarch of the home leading the proceeding.  Of course, I call that family devotions and I think that is something that should be done during the week.  It is not something that you do instead of church.  In addition, while public school is obviously bad, this movement paints all Christian schools with the same brush as public schools since they take children away from the family.  Youth groups as well as all other age specific activities should be stopped.  They also use terms such as “family centered church” instead of “program centered church”.       
Dear Friends at Highlands Baptist Church, Greetings from the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Thank You for taking the time to read about what God is doing in our lives & ministry. With our new HTML Newsletter format come several new features.  At the bottom of each section you will find a web-link with more to each [...]
We regularly distribute Lighthouse Baptist Church flyers, which contain Bible verses telling “How to Get to Heaven.” We also keep track of the number of Church Flyers that have been handed out. Since 2003 we’ve distributed over 63,000! We are so thankful for this ministry and all who participate in it. [...]
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