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Jesus is Lord and Savior

How would you answer this question? Do you view Jesus as your Lord or as your Savior? We looked at that question in a recent sermon titled, "Jesus, Our Lord & Savior." We invite you to listen and reason with us.


Families & Parenting

Two recent sermons look at the family and parenting. One is titled, "The Way Forward," and the other, "Parenting Today." We invite you to listen, and please notify us if you have questions about any material on this website. Thanks, and God bless.


Take A Look Around

We invite you to browse our website. We are adding sermons regularly. A few articles have been uploaded. Take a few minutes to read, listen, or stop by and visit us if you are in the area. The church building is at 81 Elgin Hills Drive in Rogersville, Alabama. We meet Sundays at 9am, 10am, and 5pm. We also meet Wednesday evenings at 7pm.


The Prophet Habakkuk

Habakkuk is a short, powerful book that offers much for us today in our studies. Whether it is God's people in Judah, or Babylon whom God will bring against Judah in judgment, the earth should be silent before Jehovah God. And the just in His sight will guide their lives by trusting God and His word.


The Way of Cain

Jude writes that false teachers have gone in the way of Cain. What is the way of Cain? Some have noted that as Cain physically killed his brother, so false teachers spiritually kill those who heed their teaching. This is true and very probably the heart of Jude's point. We invite you to listen to a sermon titled The Way of Cain to look at how sin developed in Cain's life.


Lessons of the Cross

Why did God choose the cross? What lessons might we learn from the cross? We invite you to listen to a sermon on that topic titled simply, "Lessons of the Cross."


You're Invited

Gospel Meeting, June 10-15: Isaac Munoz Preaching

Sunday 9am, 10am, 5pm

Monday-Friday 7pm 

Join Us!


The Rather Brethren?

A preacher whose life began in the 19th century and ended in the 20th, Henry Ficklin, was said to have referred to people with whom he disagreed as the, "rather brethren." It was a reference to the King James Version wording in 2 Peter 1:10: "Wherefore the rather, brethren, give diligence to make your calling and election sure..." He is said to have used this reference to remind us all that we must make our calling and election sure. Two sermons are posted titled, "The Rather Brethren." We invite you to listen.


We Invite You To Listen

We invite you to browse to our sermons page and listen to some of the sermons listed there. Our every effort to speak only where the Bible speaks and to remain silent where it is silent.


Meditating on God's Word

The blessed man in Psalm 1 is said to be one who meditates in God's law day and night. Paul instructed Timothy: "Study to show thyself approved unto God." Are we reading, studying, and thinking about God's word? We should be.


For He is Risen

The gospel of Jesus Christ is the story of His death, His burial, and His resurrection. We can die with Him in baptism, crucifying the old worldly person we were and rise up from that watery grave to live a new life in Him. His resurrection gives us hope in this life of eternal life with Him in Heaven. We invite you to listen to our Sunday sermon on April 1st that looked at the paradox of the prophecy of a Savior who would die and establish an eternal kingdom, becoming Lord of lords and King of kings: For He is Risen.


In All Good Conscience

Paul told the Jewish Council that he had lived in all good conscience, even though he had not believed Jesus to be the Christ and had sought to do many things against His name. How do we train our conscience in truth and then live without violating our conscience? We invite you to listen to the sermon titled, "In All Good Conscience."


The Road Less Traveled

Jesus taught of a broad way and a narrow way, saying that the narrow way leads to heaven. He added that few find it. Are we walking the road less traveled?