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We endeavor to “speak where the bible speaks” and to ”be silent where the bible is silent”. We believe this is a scriptural plea based on the admonition to “speak as the oracles of God”, (1 Peter 4:11) and neither to add to nor take away from the word of God. (DT.4:2, Rev 22:18, 19)

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Nov. 23, 2014 – Ministers Note’s

Foxy’s Spot” Last Week : 411 were present for our Family and Friends Day… 9 responses to the invitation… 1 baptism… 1 placed membership…Brethren, only in eternity will we know all the good that was done! To God be the glory!!! Thank You: The Elders would like to express how very proud and thankful we […]

Nov. 16, 2014 – Ministers Note’s

Foxy’s Spot” Last Week : 231 in our A.M. worship assembly.. 7 responses to the invitation… Never forget, God is Good… All the Time!!! “The Morning I Will Never Forget” A smile, a wave, and a friendly “Hello”. That’s what I try to share with anyone I happen to come across as I take my […]

Nov. 9, 2014 – Ministers Note’s

Foxy’s Spot” “NEXT SUNDAY Family and Friends Day!! In 1939 some brothers in Denison, Texas, decided to make a serious effort to reach the community. They invited the famous evangelist, Marshall Keeble, to conduct a tent meeting. At that time Brother Keeble was reaching thousands of people through his preaching. A gospel meeting with 100 […]

Nov. 2, 2014 – Ministers Note’s

Foxy’s Spot” Last Week: 221 in our A.M. Worship assembly… 11 responses to the invitation… Excitement is building toward Big Day… God is Good… November 16: Family and Friends Day: Many have a real desire to help the church grow, but do not have the slightest idea about what they can do about it. Somehow […]

Oct. 26, 2014 – Ministers Note’s

Foxy’s Spot” The Key to Family and Friends Day! The emphasis in the book of Acts is upon reaching your Family and Friends (Acts 10:24; 16:34; 18:8). Family and Friends are often mentioned together as mutual followers of Christ. James and John, Andrew and Peter, Philip and Nathaniel, Barnabas and Mark. We have often assumed […]


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