VBS

June 21-24 from 9:30-11:45am for ages 4 years through 6th grade.

A place for you.

Join us this Sunday for Bible Classes for all ages at 9 a.m. and stay for worship at 10 a.m. We meet Sunday night at 5 p.m. and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. We meet in Bedford, Texas at 1801 Brown Trail and have a parking space just for you.

COVID-19

Until further notice, we are only meeting at the church building both on Sunday mornings at 9:00am (Bible class) and 10:00am (worship) and Wednesday nights at 7:00pm.
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Church Blog

Ministry in a Post-Lockdown Church (3)

A church cannot go through an extended period of ministry interruption and be the same on the other side. Nor should it be. God wants our troubles to change us. According to Romans 5:3-4, difficulties produce perseverance, which strengthens our character. That’s change. But such positive outcomes only happen when our trials are honestly evaluated and the lessons properly applied. We are still evaluating the last 15 months. We have not discovered all the lessons yet. But here is one…

Why I Love Camp

Lord willing, we’ll be on our way Sunday morning to this year’s session of Camp Bandina. I love going to a Christian camp. I don’t love it because the counselors there are perfect, but because they’re servants of the Perfect One. As counselors, we all bring our faults and flaws right along with us, but we get a chance to serve God by teaching His perfect love and His perfect ways to the campers. I don’t love it because it’s…

Ministry in a Post-Lockdown Church (2)

A church cannot go through an extended period of ministry interruption and be the same on the other side. Nor should it be. Our troubles are designed to change us. According to Romans 5:3-4, difficulties produce perseverance, which strengthens our character. That’s change. But such positive outcomes only happen when our trials are honestly evaluated and the lessons properly applied. We are still evaluating the last 15 months. We have not discovered all the lessons yet. But there are some…
Bible and praying hands

Survey of 1 Corinthians 1

Paul had received a report from a family in the Corinthian church about the existence of contentious divisions in the church. After a brief salutation and greeting, the apostle gets to the business of addressing this dangerous situation. Following is an outline and brief summary of the chapter. Salutation (1:1-3) When Paul identifies himself, he establishes his authority in some very concrete language. First, he was called by the will of God. He did not take the apostolic office on…