Our Christian Family

by Garl Latham When God created the first human being, he declared it was “not good that the man should be alone” (Genesis 2:18).  From the body of Adam, our…

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Are You Ready?

by Jay Stewart We have a wonderful song in our book with that phrase as the main thought in the chorus.  That song is reminding us that there is a…

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The God Who Knows Me

by Mike Ratcliff Psalm 139 is one of the most beautiful psalms emphasizing the divine nature of God. His omnipotence and omnipresence are presented more magnificently here than perhaps anywhere…

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Whatever you do…

by Scott Springer “Whatever you do….” That is a phrase that we all have heard (and possibly used) many times in many different ways. Sometimes we use it for the…

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A Cheerful Outlook = Good Mental Health

by Dan Flournoy “A merry heart does good, like medicine. But a broken spirit dries the bones” (Proverbs 17:22) A cheerful, positive outlook is a great antidote for depression, despair,…

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Worried? No, At Peace

by Tim O’Banon Brethren, we can be at peace during this uncertain time. These days, you may be hearing thoughts and questions like these:   “Aren’t you worried about everything…

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Out of Challenges Come Opportunities

by Stan Crowley One of the stranger but perhaps more insightful stories in American History is why, in Enterprise, Alabama, there is a monument of appreciation erected to the boll…

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Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand

by Garl Latham As this time of uncertainty continues, we need to increase our faith through diligent Bible study [Rom. 10:17].  Let us remind ourselves daily what God has done…

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A Call to Strengthen our Spiritual Habits

by Jay Stewart You have heard various messages from the elders and preachers over the last few weeks.  We want you to know and believe how much we are concerned…

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God Hears You

by Scott Springer “Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord! O Lord, hear my voice! Let your ears be attentive to the voice of my pleas for…

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