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Bible Baptist Church, Russellville Arkansas BBC is a very caring congregation, made up of families of all ages, that strongly believes in reaching out beyond themselves to spread and apply the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Calvary Baptist Church, Mesquite Texas An Independent Baptist Church in Mesquite Texas.
Cornerstone Baptist Church, Roanoke Virginia Independent Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia
Devonshire Baptist Church, Charlotte North Carolina An independent, fundamental Baptist church. We believe in soul winning, world missions, God honoring music, modest appearance, the King James Bible for the English speaking culture, and loving, serving, and praising God.
King James Baptist Church, York South Carolina Independent Baptist Church in York South Carolina
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Msg #2321God's Prophet n God's Timing What The Bible Says - Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Bethel Baptist Church, Lawton Oklahoma Bi-vocational pastor is needed to lead and rebuild our historic church.
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Heavenly Sunlight - Great Old Hymns for "Special Music"! At Glenwood Baptist Church, we still sing the old hymns from the hymnals even for "special music"! We hope you enjoy "O, Say, ...
Philadelphia:  The Faithful Church,  Revelation 3:7-13 (Thursday PM, 5/25/23) Revelation 3:7-13 “And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that ...
Pastor Dom Pennachietti Welcome to the Bethel Baptist Church, thank you for joining us this Wednesday evening!
O, Say, But I'm Glad - Great Old Hymns for "Special Music"! At Glenwood Baptist Church, we still sing the old hymns from the hymnals even for "special music"! We hope you enjoy "O, Say, ...
Camp Service Welcome to the Bethel Baptist Church, thank you for joining us this Wednesday evening!
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From Beirut to Barcelona, pastors reflect on his influence.“Christians are called to be an alternate city within every earthly city,” Tim Keller wrote for CT in 2006. “We must live in the city to serve all the peoples in it, not just our own tribe. We must lose our power to find our (true) power.”Keller, who died on Friday, May 19, at age 72, launched nonprofit organization Redeemer City to City to train and develop leaders for gospel-led movements in urban settings. His decades-long experience in this field stemmed from establishing Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, a so-called “spiritual desert” in New York City. When the church was founded in 1989, there were only a handful of evangelical churches in the area. Twenty years later, the number of evangelical churches there had swelled to 197.Among Keller’s many teachings on urban church planting is the notion of a “whole city tipping point,” which occurs when 10 to 20 percent of the population become Jesus-followers and start making visible, tangible impact on the city’s culture. Such a “city-wide gospel movement” is organic, energetic, and Spirit-led, he emphasized.“Tim Keller taught us that to be a church that is in, for, and with the city, we need to be a present church, a church that serves its neighbors and neighborhood, and a church that’s willing to dialogue with the city and be attentive to its faults, illnesses, needs, and demands. Only then can we be Light for the city,” said Brazilian pastor Digo Karagulian, whose church ministers daily to people living in the Pilar favela (Portuguese for “slum”) next door.CT interviewed church planters in Barcelona, Beirut, Chennai, Hanoi, Melbourne, ...Continue reading...
A day after the Alachua County Sheriff's Office in Gainesville, Florida, announced they had arrested and charged Lorenzo L. Crawford, founder of Christian Coalition Family Church, with child abuse, investigators slapped him Wednesday with an additional 11 counts of alleged sexual battery and one count of aggravated battery.
Two Chinese Christian women ministered to their cellmates and prison guards with stories, prayers, and hymns.“About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were all listening to them” (Acts 16:25). This happened in a jail cell in Macedonia about 2,000 years ago.Many years later in a jail cell in northern China, two Christian friends, Yang Xiaohui and Chen Shang (both are pseudonyms for security reasons) sang their own worship songs from prison. In a place of despair, their words to heaven rang out in the darkness.“We started singing. Then everyone was singing,” said Xiaohui. “They said, ‘Such a good song with such beautiful music and lyrics. Sing for us again!’”Xiaohui first learned about Jesus by singing. At home, her husband taught her Christian songs. At church, she sang with the kids.Late in the summer of 2022, police seized Xiaohui from her home. Only eight months after her husband went to jail for his faith, authorities apprehended Xiaohui while she cooked dinner for her family in the kitchen. She was accused of “illegal gathering for religious activities.”Several hours after she was first detained, the police threw Xiaohui into a cell with eight or nine others in the middle of the night. Xiaohui was nervous. But she believed God put her in this place to share his light.“I forced myself to preach the gospel and to exalt God,” she said.Xiaohui and the others in her cell swapped stories of how they ended up in jail. People from all walks of life end up in Chinese prison. Xiaohui met women in jail for fighting, prostitution, theft, gambling, protesting a broken contract, and violating immigration laws.Xiaohui tried to explain to these women that she had been put in jail for gathering with other Christians. Though ...Continue reading...
On this day in A.D. 337, Emperor Constantine died. Many Christians think that Constantine was perhaps the worst thing to happen to the Church. They believe he made Christianity the imperial religion, thus leading the Church to compromise with pagan culture, marrying it to state power, and derailing the spread of the Gospel. The Church, they argue, was better off as a persecuted minority. After all, didn't the Church father Tertullian tell us that the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church?
One hundred forty-one congregations in Pennsylvania have officially left the United Methodist Church, largely because of the ongoing debate over sexual ethics in the mainline Protestant denomination.
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