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Evangelistic Walk Through the City

Pastor Odessa Cash and members of Nichols Chapel have made plans for the “2nd Evangelistic Walk Through the City” to share the gospel message with the community of DeWitt. The…

Pilgrim Reflections: Heaven On My Mind

By Tom Smith It’s been there a long time and grows sweeter every day. Heaven. Anymore it seems I think of that “Place prepared” more often than I used to.…

Weekly Sermon: A 120 Year Old Prophetic Sermon was Fulfilled!

By William Wood There is a man in the Bible named Noah, who found grace in the sight of God. (Gen. 6:8) In speaking of him the Bible says that…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Simplicity of the Gospel

By Tom Smith “What is truth?” That’s one of the questions Pilate asked that morning in response to Jesus telling him that He came to “bear witness to the Truth…

Dealing with Temptation

By Pastor Steve Ellison  Matthew 4 and Luke 4 both record a very interesting confrontation between Jesus (our Advocate) and Satan (our Adversary). These passages tell us that very early…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Gathering Darkness Within

By Tom Smith “Go home and don’t come back until the government’s back in business.” Such were the words all of us full-time military technicians and federal employees heard last…

Saturday Night on the Corner

This continuing celebration will begin earlier due to days being shorter as we move into the fall. Beginning October 12, 2013 services will be held at 5:30 p.m. at Lodge…

Weekly Sermon: A True Story

By William Wood Many years ago, when I was a new Christian, I had an elderly friend that belonged to a certain denominational church here in DeWitt. If I remember…

Celebrate Christ Mission Day

Celebrate Christ Mission Day

Painting the town yellow!  Over 400 volunteers of the Southern Baptist Churchs in Ark Co. wore their bright yellow shirts to participate in Celebrate Christ Mission Day! They showed up…

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…