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Pilgrim Reflections

By Tom Smith “May We Never Forget” It happened 178 years ago last Thursday (March 6). For more than 13 days some 186 courageous, brave-hearted American patriots withstood an army…

Moving To and Through Lent

By Michael P. Daniel     “Let no one say when he is tempted, ‘I am tempted by God’; for God cannot be tempted by evil nor does He tempt…

Passages

by Michael Waldroup   Photos: 1   PSALMS 33:12 Blessed [is] the nation whose God [is] the LORD.   JEREMIAH 12:17 But if they will not obey, I will utterly…

Weekly Sermon

By William Wood     “The Presumptuous Christian”   We are warned by the Scriptures not to be Presumptuous! 1st Cost. 10:12 “Let him that thinketh he stands take heed…

Bringing Life

By Pastor Steve Ellison Jairus, a synagogue official, came to Jesus in Mark 5:22 with an unsurmountable problem. His twelve year old daughter was dying. Jesus was always compassionate. He…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “Sin, Suffering and the Sovereignty of God” Seems like the older I get, the less I understand.   These past weeks have been a whirlwind that have…

Weekly Sermon: Savior or Judge

By William Wood   A friend of mine told a story about a young boy who lived in the west many years ago, in the days of horse and wagon!…

Pilgrim Reflections: The American Holocaust

By Tom Smith Forty-one years. 55-57 million lives lost. Yet, last week the President of these United States praised that infamous day on January 22, 1973 when the Supreme Court…

Drawing a Crowd

By Pastor Steve Ellison It seems that everywhere I look these days, people are famous simply for being famous. I know that doesn’t make much sense; it doesn’t to me…

Saturday Night on the Corner

Saturday Night on the Corner

Karla and Beckham Allen, founders of Ozark Water Projects, with some of the shoes they’ve collected. It’s a new year on the corner. Come and continue this celebration by starting…