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“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “Priceless Treasure In Clay Pots” Treasure. When you hear that word, what pictures come to mind? Pirates in search of a buried chest full of gold? Indiana…

Anger Issues

Pastor Steve Ellison The first half of Colossians identifies Christ as preeminent in all things. The second half of Colossians gives us a test so that we can objectively measure…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “When Things Don’t Add Up” Perplexity. We all experience it even though we may have difficulty defining it. Some possible synonyms include “bewilderment, befuddled, baffled, confused, mystified,…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel “The Lord is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayers of the righteous.” Proverb 15:29 When we think of “wicked” persons doing “wicked” things,…

Men’s Community Prayer Breakfast of South Arkansas County Churches

Men’s Community Prayer Breakfast of South Arkansas County Churches

Men from DeWitt & South Arkansas County churches have met on the first Wednesdays of the month at 6:00 AM, September – May, for a Men’s Community Prayer Breakfast rotating…

Wood’s Weekly Sermon

By William Wood The Apostle Paul said “Follow Me” (#2) To follow up last week’s sermon we are supposing that the Apostle Paul coming to DeWitt to hold a revival.…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “What Difference Do It Make?” Yes, “What difference do it make?” That question was the title of Ron Hall and Denver Moore’s 2010 best-selling book that told…

I Serve a Risen Savior

Pastor Steve Ellison In 1933, A.H. Ackley wrote, “I serve a risen Savior; He’s in the world today. I know that He is living, whatever men may say. I see…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel “The same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled, for fear of the…

William Wood’s Weekly Sermon

By William Wood “The Apostle Paul Said “Follow Me.” Most church people know that the apostle Paul wrote most of the New Testament. And we know that Paul was once…