• July 2, 2020

    Make plans to join us this Sunday night at the Lawrenceburg Green as we hear the Noblemen from Shelbyville, Kentucky.  According to their Facebook page, this Southern Gospel quartet makes it their goal to share the gospel through smooth harmonies and lyrics that minister to all.


    As it turned out, we had planned months ago to have the Noblemen sing at our church.  However because of the pandemic, we decided to move the concert outside as well as across the street due to the construction caused by our building project.  With that in mind, we simply ask that you bring a lawn chair and sit six feet apart unless seated next to your family.  The forecast doesn't appear to be calling for any rain, and we have pushed the start of the concert back to 7 pm when the weather should be cooler.  It should be a great evening of worship and fellowship on this holiday weekend and I look forward to seeing you there!


    In His Service,

    Bro. Bob

  • June 25, 2020

    Starting on July 1, we will no longer be broadcasting our Wednesday night service on Spectrum channel 376 and the church's Facebook page.  Instead we are encouraging persons to come and join us in person in the sanctuary at 6:30 pm.  I will continue our study of the Book of Daniel as we focus on the prophetic section of chapters 7 through 12.  It will make for a very practical study as we look at Daniel's vision of the future when the Son of Man returns!  Come join us as I answer your questions about some of the more difficult to understand passages of Scripture.


    Please pray for our middle school and high school students who leave for summer camp this Monday.  This year, they will be going to Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters in Andrews, North Carolina.  Pray that the Lord will not only keep our students and chaperones safe but speak to them in a very powerful way!

     

    In His Service,

    Bro. Bob

  • June 18, 2020

    Make plans this Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30 pm to hear our Roy McIntyre on Spectrum channel 376 or the church's Facebook page.  As many of you know, Roy and his wife, Jenna, are missionaries with our International Mission Board and are currently staying in our Carter House missionary apartment along with their daughter, Mary Claire, for the next several months.  Roy will be sharing about his work in Rome, Italy with Bengalis that have migrated to Europe from Bangladesh.  You will even get to hear from a Bengali believer whom Roy has befriended.  Be sure to tune in this Wednesday as we learn how we can better pray for their ministry!


    Don't forget that Sunday School resumes this Sunday, June 21 for those classes that wish to meet in person.  Be sure to check with your teacher about his or plans for your class.  We will continue to broadcast a lesson online as well as on cable television that is taught by different members of our church.  In addition, I will be teaching a lesson from the sanctuary at 9:45 for any persons who wish to come.


    Last but not least, there will be no evening activities this Sunday, June 21.  We certainly want to wish all of the fathers in our church a Happy Father's Day!


    In His Service,

    Bro. Bob

  • June 11, 2020

    As you may have already heard, Sunday School will resume next Sunday, June 21, for those classes who wish to meet in person.  As has been the case with our worship services, the same will likely be true of Sunday School as well.  Some classes will be ready to return and others will choose to wait before returning.  It is why we will continue to broadcast a Sunday School lesson on the church's Facebook page and Spectrum channel 376 for the time being.  Children and youth activities will also resume on June 21 with children's church being offered during our 10:50 am worship service.  In addition, a family-style Sunday School will be held in the Christian Life Center on that Sunday so that parents can be with their kids and can also hear from our children's minister about some of the precautions we will be taking in our children's ministry throughout the summer.  For more information about our children's ministry, see Jeremy Sivils.


    Don't forget to join us for our Tailgate Night of Worship this Sunday at 6 pm!  We will meet in the back parking lot and will be led in worship by our Brian Black as well as other worship leaders from some of our area churches.  You can either listen inside or outside your car to the radio as the service will be broadcast through our FM transmitter.  The weather should be wonderful and the fellowship even better!  I hope to see you there!


    In His Service,

    Bro. Bob

  • June 4, 2020

    In Micah 6:8, we read: "He has showed you, O man, what is good.  And what does the LORD require of you?  To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."  Now more that ever, we as a country need to act justly and the show mercy as we think about how to treat one another.  No longer can we silently tolerate how persons of color are brutally murdered nor can we sit back and condone the senseless destruction of billions of dollars of personal property either.  So, what is the answer?  The truth is the government cannot solve this problem and no amount of political rhetoric can fix it either.  No, the problem lies much deeper and requires a change of heart.


    Who can change our heart?  Jesus can.  As Jesus has loved us, so we must love one another.  Only the sacrificial and unconditional love of Jesus can change the way we look at one another, talk to one another, and treat one another.  With that in mind, I hope you will plan to join us this Sunday morning as we continue our series of messages called "Why We Gather" and look at the words of Jesus in John 13:34-35.  Let's pray that the church would lead the way in this time of political and racial divide as we show the world what it means to love like Jesus loves.