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Abundant Life Baptist Church, Proctorville Ohio We are committed to Serving our risen Lord Jesus Christ & base our conservative Baptist teachings upon the Inspired word of God from the King James Bible.
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Msg #2230 Beware of the Concision What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Msg #2228 Isaiah 7 thru 23 and Last Days What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Msg #2227 A Sad Fourth-of-July What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Msg #2225 Rejoice, No wrath, No condemnation What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Daily Devotions - Knowing Jesus Christ Personally (August 2, 2022) I John 5:12 - “He that hath the Son hath life; and he that hath not the Son of God hath not life.”
Why the World Hates Jesus - Fundamental Baptist Preaching Don't be fooled! The world would crucify Jesus today if they had the choice! This message was brought Sunday evening, July 24, ...
Grace And Mercy Sermon Preached By Larry Dickison At Bible Baptist Church Catlettsburg, KY.
Three Fold Peace By The Blood Of Jesus Christ (conclusion) Sermon Preached By Pastor Dennis Miles At Bible Baptist Church Catlettsburg, KY.
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Longtime publishing executive Joy Allmond also comes on board to advance the vision of the ministry.What makes a person great in the world is not the possession of extraordinary talent but a fierce and persistent application of talent, guided by courage and character, toward a worthy objective. What makes a person great in the kingdom of God is, according to Jesus, a spirit of humble servanthood (Matt. 20:26).Which is why I am so deeply pleased to announce that Russell Moore will step into the role of editor in chief of Christianity Today on September 1.That Moore is a person in possession of extraordinary talents is incontestable. He was named dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary when he was a mere 32 years old. Through his books, his articles and podcasts, his public speaking, and his leadership of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Moore has served as possibly the most prominent evangelical Christian public voice in the country for the past decade. Anyone who has read his writings or heard his oratory will attest to his prodigious natural gifts.But talent alone is not the reason for our excitement. Moore has demonstrated, time and again, the courage to express his convictions and the integrity to live by them. Sometimes this has meant contending for essential biblical and theological truths in the public square. Sometimes it has meant declaring truths to the church that challenge and convict us.He has worked tirelessly to help men and women of evangelical conviction address the sin within our own ranks, whether that is related to idolatry and prejudice or abuse and neglect. Moore has taken on some of the most important and urgent objectives of our time, even when it has meant suffering the slings and arrows of critics both inside and outside the camp.What excites me the ...Continue reading...
There is work to do and some of those God has called to do it are female, Pentecostal leaders say.The Assemblies of God (AG) has ordained, on average, more than 5 women per week every week for the last 14 years, bringing the total number of ordained women in the Pentecostal denomination up to 10,383. Currently, a record 27.6 percent of Assemblies ministers are women, according to a denominational report.“The image of God is best reflected when the church of Jesus Christ is healthy,” said Crystal Martin, national director of the denomination’s Network of Women Ministers, “and women are empowered to fulfill their call at every level of church leadership.”Women have been preaching and teaching in the AG since it was founded in 1914. The church embraced women’s leadership based on its understanding of New Testament models of ministry and Scripture’s testimony to the equal outpouring of the gifts of the Spirit. But 30 years ago, only about 300 women were leading AG churches.The trend toward more women in ministry started in the late 1990s. Many received support from the Network for Women Ministers, which was founded in 1999 as the Task Force for Women in Ministry. In 2010, the AG reiterated its support for women in ministry with a position paper laying out the biblical argument from a Pentecostal perspective.Some young women still find it hard to believe that they could be called to lead a church, though.“I sat down with one young woman, and she shared her whole life vision,” Martin told CT. “And I said, ‘It sounds like God’s calling you to be a youth pastor.’ And when I said that she felt uncomfortable—she had just never seen a female pastor.”According to Pentecostal scholar Joy Qualls, support for women in ministry waned in the late ...Continue reading...
In the later days of the New Testament (Paul and John and Peter particularly, their Epistles) a false belief had risen that is called (today) gnosticism. Part of this system of heresy was the thought that Jesus did not have a literal body. That He was merely spirit, nothing physically substantial about Him! But friends, […]
Not so much in the Synoptic Gospels, Matthew and Mark and Luke … but especially in the fourth Gospel is Jesus found often referring to “His Hour.” He told His Mother in John 2:4, “Mine Hour is not yet come!” Then in John 7:30, when an attempt was made to arrest Jesus … “Then they […]
Recovering languages and contextualizing theology help Canada's First Nations communities reconcile faith and culture after residential schools made them "hate the name of Jesus."Three weeks before Pope Francis visited Canada to apologize for the church’s involvement in indigenous residential schools, Christina Dawson’s church in Vancouver, British Columbia, burned down.The fire was eerily reminiscent of the more than 50 churches that were defaced or destroyed across the country a year ago, weeks after the discoveries of the remains of residential school students began making international headlines.This month’s fire started in a back alley on July 6, according to Dawson. By the next morning, the church’s two-story building was completely ravaged. Fire inspectors are still investigating the incident to determine whether the blaze was deliberately set.Dawson is from the Nuu-chah-nulth Nations on the western end of Vancouver Island. She serves as lead pastor of Street Church, which is part of the Foursquare network of churches in Canada. Its pastoral team are all alumni of First Nations Bible College.The pope’s apology has galvanized Dawson’s desire to share Christ with other indigenous peoples. “I find it more urgent than ever to find a new building [for my church],” she said.“What the priests and nuns at these residential schools did to us was evil,” Dawson said. “But the worst thing they did to us: They made us indigenous people hate the name of Jesus.”A mixed receptionOn Monday (July 24), Francis apologized for the Catholic church’s role in setting up Canada’s residential schools and perpetuating decades of abuse against First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children.The pope’s weeklong trip to Canada came on the heels of a visit ...Continue reading...
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