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Pilgrim Reflections: Getting Closer

By Tom Smith “Ever been a registered driver in Arkansas?” the lady behind the desk at the state Revenue office asked me. “Yes, last time in 2004,” I replied. Then…

Unity Baptist Church Community Clothes Closet

 Free Clothing for Those in Need   Unity Baptist Church is opening a clothing closet on Monday, October 7, for those in our community who need it. The closet will…

Weekly Sermon: Saving Faith (No. 1)

People with any degree of spirituality in this hour recognize the fact that “sound doctrine” is rapidly disappearing. Yet many of God’s children take comfort from supposing that the gospel…

The Good Shepherd (part three)

By Bro. Dennis Ingle, Pastor Unity MBC      As we look at the last two views about our Good Shepherd, we will see the two most important reasons why…

Celebrate Christ! One Day Mission

On September 28, approximately 350 members of Southern Baptist Centennial Association churches will put on bright yellow “Celebrate Christ” t-shirts and go out into their communities to spread the message…

Pilgrim Reflections: Via Dolorosa

  By Tom Smith It means “The Way of Grief, Suffering or Sorrows.” Taken from the Latin, Via Dolorosa is a street in two parts in the Old City of…

Weekly Sermon: To Win a Soul

By William Wood   If our Lord were on earth today, no doubt He would find many people for whom He would pray, “Father forgive them for they know not…

The Good Shepherd (part two)

By Bro. Dennis Ingle, Unity Missionary Baptist Church    As we continue our look at the Good Shepherd, we cannot overlook the SACRIFICING SHEPHERD—“The good shepherd gives his life for…

Motivation Enough

By Pastor Steve Ellison  One of the greatest problems in today’s church in America is a lack of motivation. In fact this may be the largest unresolved issue in modern…

Pilgrim Reflections: Changes

By Tom Smith They’re inevitable. And, they come in all shapes and sizes. Thus, the most important thing is not why they come or from whence; it’s our response to…