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Wednesday Evening Book Group

In a time when we always feel plugged in, our hearts and minds get cluttered. We try to pray, but get interrupted. We try to meditate on Scripture, but our concentration falters. Why is this? Could it be that our hearts are already inhabited by other things? To be an image bearer of God is […]

Sing! (some encouragements from a dead guy)

John Wesley, the 18th century leader of the Methodist movement, famously gave directions for congregational singing. These points were included in Methodist hymnals for many years thereafter. As quoted by Pastor Shane in his sermon this Sunday on Psalm 149, here are 7 relevant encouragements from Wesley for us today. Learn these tunes before you […]

Seven Reasons We Have a Sunday Evening Service

Sunday evening church services aren’t exactly en vogue. They haven’t been for a few decades (at least). They certainly aren’t recommended by the church growth experts. For many, they’re seen as redundant, inconvenient, and unnecessary. We disagree. Sunday evening service is a great opportunity for the church. Here are 7 reasons why we have a […]

An Evening With Derek Bass

Wednesday at 7pm, we’ll be welcoming Derek Bass of Tyndale Seminary in Amsterdam to update us and share more about his ministry. Derek is one of our supported workers. Join us for a time of presentation and conversation as we get to know Derek more, learn more about the good work at Tyndale, and support […]

New Sermon Series

Exodus is one of those books that many begin and few finish. It’s like a movie that shifts from action to drama halfway through. But to check out too early is to miss the point of the book as a whole. Exodus is about the power and presence of God. He is the main actor. […]

Q/A – Corey Chaplin

Corey, tell us a little bit about yourself: Jamie and I are originally from Warrensburg, Missouri. I attended the University of Central Missouri and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. After college, Jamie and I moved to Kansas City, MO so I could pursue my Master of Divinity at Midwestern Baptist Theological […]

Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is an informal and relaxed seven-week course. It’s for anyone who wants to think about the meaning of life. It’s run by ordinary Christian people local to Bristol. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing. You can ask any question you like, […]

New Sermon Series

Mission starts with prayer. Jesus told his disciples, “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest” (Luke 10:2). God’s mission is to reap a harvest of people who believe on His Son and find eternal life in Him. In a secular […]

Let the Bible Get Its Grip On You

Sunday evening, our brother John Babuka encouraged us to be filled up with the Bible with 5 categories for how we can engage well with Scripture. Here’s a reminder of those categories with some additional resources included. 1. Read Read daily and consistently. Don’t just flip through the word and pick a verse you like. […]