June 27, 2019, 11:00 AM


We have started a Bible study on the book of Romans, and wow what a wonderful book to examine.  Currently, we are in chapter two and have come across some profound things for the believer to consider.  Have you ever stolen anything?  Have you been faithful to your marraige vow?  Have you ever worshipped any idols?  The answer to all these may be no; however, when looked upon by our spiritual relation to Christ have we robbed God, been unfaithful, or worshipped anything else that causes enmity between you and your relationship with Christ?  Please consider these things and check us out next week for more on the book of Romans.


October 16, 2019

Tonight we will be looking into chapter seven of Romans.  What an eye opening book when any soul can realize there place before salvation and see the change upon salvation.  The analogy of marriage is used in the following chapter to show our relationship with Jesus Christ.  Will you come to learn more of this interaction of the believer and Jesus?  Please consider visiting us, and we look forward to see you.

-Pastor Gene Burdette

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February 19, 2019, 7:40 PM

Revelation Bible Study

We have been chapter by chapter studying through the book of Revelation Wednesday evenings at 7PM.  This is a topic of great concern and tends to scare many people away.  There is a special blessing to the believer found in the beginning and end of Revelation to those who read this book.  Will you consider coming out Wednesday evenings for a time of Bible Study?  Hope to see you all here.

June 25, 2018, 10:09 AM

Kings of Judah

Please join us Wednesday evenings at 7PM where we are discussing the history of the kings of Judah, and how it is practicle for today.  We have already gone through the first king, will you join us for the others?

May 9, 2018, 12:09 PM

The Epistles of John

We have been going through a Wednesday evening Bible study through the Epistles of John.  Would you consider coming to hear an in depth verse by verse exposition of I, II, and III John?  

-Pastor Gene