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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.

Location Details

1801 Brown Trail Bedford, TX 76021

  • Sunday Bible Class @ 9:00 a.m.
    Sunday Worship @ 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
    Wednesday Bible Class @ 7 p.m.

  • 817.282.6526

  • office​@btcoc.com

Church Blog

Praying Like You Mean It

Has anyone ever watched you pray silently and concluded that you were drunk? I don’t know about you, but that’s never happened to me. However, it happened to Hannah in 1 Samuel 1:9-18. In the past I pictured Hannah’s prayer as coming from a prim and proper June Cleaver-ish young lady sitting up straight in a chair, hands folded and gently placed in her lap. With that picture in mind, I struggled to understand how Eli could watch a woman…

Pushing Baptism Too Quickly – Part 2

In part one of this article, we called attention to two important facts: (1) that immersion in water is essential if one wants the blood of Jesus to wash his sins away (Acts 22:16; Rev. 1:5); (2) that in their haste to get sinners into the water, some well-meaning Christians have not sufficiently focused on the teaching that must precede baptism. Let us conclude with the following: When is a Sinner Ready for Baptism?  The best place to start is…

Pushing Baptism Too Quickly

The role of immersion in God’s plan for the salvation of souls has been the subject of debate for a long time, especially over the last 200 years in America. From the early days of the Restoration Movement until now, faithful Christians have argued, and rightly so, that immersion in water is the point in time when a sinner comes out of the world and into the body of Christ (Gal. 3:27); when a sinner becomes saint; when a child…

Abraham’s Early Mornings

For most of my life, I was not a morning person. The older I get, the more I enjoy rising early to start the day. But it doesn’t happen quickly. Most days, without an alarm pounding my eardrums, I would sleep later than I should. If, however, the day promises something out of the ordinary and pleasant (e.g., the beginning of a vacation), I will wake up before the alarm clock goes off. But the prospect of an unpleasant day…