It is September and back to school. Well, you know the rest of the story. Sunday morning Aug. 30 we were happy to have a Bible college student, Matthew Cunningham, share in the morning service. Matthew also used his talent of music in the evening Gather Gospel Music Hour. What a blessing the day was, and then homemade chili, buns and cake were shared in our fellowship time. This month's attendance was 25. If you have not been attending, then you are missing out on an amazing evening of music and singing. The next GGMH will be Sept. 27 at 6 p.m., Lord willing. Why not mark your calendar?
Every Tuesday in November at 6 p.m. we will have special meetings addressing some weighty, and in some cases misunderstood, topics such as: “The Truth Behind The Black Lives Matter Movement,” “The End of the World As We Know It,” “False Heresy of Speak the Word/Word of Faith Movement,” “Apostasy in the Church” and “What About the Sign Gifts?” Why not bring along someone? It could change their eternal destiny.
We have been experiencing amazing growth in almost every area at TBC. Not at a fast rate, but at a rate that keeps us excited. As we give it all to God, and all for His Glory, we expect to see even greater things as we wait on an all Sovereign God.
Are you confused on what and who to believe when it comes to spiritual matters? What am I to believe? Would you consider listening to a small, unimportant country boy? What ever happened to hundreds of years of simply believing we are natural born sinners, realizing Jesus died in our place, so we can have eternal life, and asking Christ to forgive us and to be our saviour, period. Then go on living our lives for Him. The message of salvation is simple and a simple act of faith. Does that sound more like what you have been searching for ?
As I said last month, if you do not have a place of worship, or if you feel you are not being fed spiritually, we invite you to worship with this group of sinners, who are saved by God’s Grace ‑‑ not perfect just forgiven ‑‑ every Sunday at 11 a.m.
Until next month remember, “Lean on each other’s strengths; forgive each other’s weaknesses.”