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Worship, Equip, Proclaim

Sunday Morning and Evening Worship

10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Sunday School Classes

9:30 a.m.

Church Address

5000 Stewart Mill Road,

Douglasville, GA 30135

Phone: 770.489.6758

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Meditations for Troubled Times

"But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ." (Philippians 3:20) As Paul writes to the Philippians, this young church is being threatened by a group of people professing the truth faith but in deeds denying it. The most glaring display of their ungodliness, Paul says in Philippians 3:19 is that "their god is their belly," and th...

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Words to Ponder

"The people of God are to be captivated with the voice of God contained in the Bible. The Scriptures are the voice of God, and they alone are completely and utterly sufficient." Please take a few moments to read the entire article by Dave Jenkins, which asks us to reflect on how we regard the Word of God....

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Worship for Sunday, May 24, 2020

This Sunday, May 24, we will again offer multiple-service corporate worship and live streamed services. Pastors David and Clif will implement one change: they will preach a different sermon for each service. In doing so, there will be no sermon repetition for those who worship both in person and via live streaming; everyone will hear "fresh" teaching no matter which servi...

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Meditations for Troubled Times

"It is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, for this is the end of all mankind, and the living will lay it to heart." (Ecclesiastes 7:2) This week, the Evangelical world mourned the death of Christian Apologist Dr. Ravi Zacharias. For decades, he faithfully contended "for the faith once and for all delivered to the saints." (Jude 3). ...

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Words to Ponder

Most of us interface with at least one social media outlet. Others who don't care for Facebook or Twitter follow a favorite news channel or blogger. We also connect with each other via chitchat, texts, and emails. Thus, it seems likely that all of us have been exposed to and potentially infected with at least one COVID-19 conspiracy theory. Rev. Joe Carter offers us the an...

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Meditations for Troubled Times

Safe Journeys Home Trips home can be very cool, particularly when being away from home is due to unforeseen and unpleasant events, like a lengthy hospital stay, a military deployment to an unsafe location, or a work assignment that requires prolonged travel. Getting home is good. And getting there safe and sound is very good. In fact, just the anticipation of getting the...

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Words to Ponder

Rev. Dr. David Strain has painted for us a word picture of what revival looks like. As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, may our hearts be soft in the hands of the Potter....

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Meditations for Troubled Times

"Therefore, be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil." (Ephesians 5:15-16 ESV) How is your time being spent during these evil days? Do you spend your time acquiring knowledge of dinosaurs, unicorns, or storks? I had a relative that, throughout his life, memorized all the traits of T-Rexes and how their...

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Worship for Sunday, May 17, 2020

This Sunday, May 17, we will resume corporate worship with a multiple-service schedule in an effort to continue practicing safe social distancing.If you plan to attend church, please remember that the service schedule is determined by last names: A-D will worship at 9 AM E-M will worship at 11 AM N-R will worship at 4 PM S-Z will worship at 6 PM We also will be of...

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Meditations for Troubled Times

"Do not love the world or the things in the world." (1 John 2:15) In John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, Vanity Fair is described as an old place, but you wouldn't know this by how it looked. There was a lot of freshness and opulence. Merchandise and games filled the streets, but so did moral decay. Thievery, adultery, and deceit characterized it. It was where many weary tr...

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