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Our 2019 Theme: Seeing the Big Picture

Join us in 2019 as we try to think about the big picture more, re-focusing ourselves on the things that really matter, eternally. As part of that journey, we will study the “Big Picture” of the Bible on many of our Sunday mornings, piecing together the major parts of the biblical storyline, and learning from the story of God’s work in His world. It’s going to be a great year of getting the most important things back where they need to be – we hope you can join us!

Latest Church Blog Posts

What have children taught you?   

By: Haley Wilson Children are constant reminders of how we should be caring and loving to everyone. Small children do not judge each other on physical features or where they are from. They are friends to everyone. Children truly exemplify “for whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them.” Children…

God is For Us

“If God is for us Who can be against us?” Romans 8:31 There are a lot of things in life that are thrown our way. It is very easy to feel overwhelmed and overcome with problems of the world. A lot of times, we forget with whom we should be talking too and asking for…

  Are You Partnering With Satan?

Isn’t it curious when and how God’s word touches us?  I came across a verse the other day that really caught my attention and it’s a verse that is so common. Do you not know that friendship with the world is hostility towards God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes…

Recent Sermons

Wednesday Night Summer Series – 2 Peter 2:9

This year’s Wednesday Night Summer Series theme is “One of My Favorite Passages…” Tonight, Josh Herndon from the Union Hill Church of Christ (Benton, TN) shares thoughts from one of his favorite passages: 2 Peter 2:9.

PM – A Time to Hate?

We know the Bible teaches that it is wrong to hate others, so what does Ecclesiastes 3:8 mean when it says there is a “time to hate?” Are there some things Christians should “hate,” and how does the Bible use that term?

AM – The Mosaic Age: Jerusalem Destroyed!

This morning we overview the Old Testament timeline, and then we focus in on Jerusalem’s destruction in 586 BC. Jeremiah lived through Jerusalem’s fall, so why was he still hopeful after it happened? And what do we learn from his experience?