The Andrew Project

Andrew is not often mentioned in the Bible. But we know this about him: he invited people to meet Jesus.

38 And Jesus turned and saw them following, and *said to them, “What do you seek?” They said to Him, “Rabbi (which translated means Teacher), where are You staying?” 39 He said to them, “Come, and you will see.” So they came and saw where He was staying; and they stayed with Him that day, for it was about the tenth hour. 40 One of the two who heard John speak and followed Him, was Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother. 41 He found first his own brother Simon and said to him, “We have found the Messiah” (which translated means Christ). – Luke 1:38-41


This weeks message from Jason Rodgers is from our Munford Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast. 


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Love One Another

Jesus clearly believed that there was something that would attract the world to Himself. It’s something that is missing far too often in the church today.


This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast. 


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Not Ashamed

Baptism. It’s so important that we understand what Baptism is all about. It’s not necessary for our salvation. But, it is of great importance! In fact, it is a public declaration of a new association. In today’s message, Steve talks about what it means to be NOT ASHAMED of our identity in Christ.


This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast. 


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Sanctity of Human Life (2018)

This is a sensitive subject.

The sanctity of human life, abortion, and adoption can bring up lots of strong feelings and images of angry people on all sides of the issue. In today’s message, we seek to lay a biblical foundation and create some spiritual anchors.

When we, the church, declare the truth from Scripture that LIFE begins at conception, we must do it in honest, consistent, bold, and gentle ways. In order to be clear about the sin of abortion, we must also be willing to enter into the solution. Too many people have never encountered the hope that is in Jesus either because the church is apathetic or because of the fear that all they will find is judgement and anger in the church.

The church has to be a place of love and healing.

 


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Why Generosity? (1)

Solomon was one of the wealthiest men on the planet in his day.

He was the Bill Gates or Sam Walton of the Old Testament, if you will In fact, he was so wealthy that when the Queen of Sheba came to see his wealth, it literally took her breath away. (1 Kings 10)

Solomon had asked God for wisdom, and God had richly granted it to him in every area of his life, including his money. These words of wisdom are written down for us in the books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. As we dive into the subject of generosity, Solomon’s wisdom will be our guide when it comes to personal finances. Having the right perspective on wealth, and learning basic financial principles is a key to being bale to do the things that God puts on our hearts to do.

Over the next three weeks, we’ll come to a better understanding of why generosity opens the door to mission and ministry in our lives and in our church.


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