Weekly bulletin article by Eddie Lawrence

Naturally, we all have convictions about various Biblical topics. A conviction is defined as a firmly held belief or opinion. Often our convictions are in harmony with the firmly held beliefs and opinions of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Just as often, they are not.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

You may be wondering, why Jason and I are going to Guyana. Aren’t there people in Madison County who need to hear the gospel? Why not spend our money here instead of there? Those are good questions. Here are some reasons why I believe it is good to have work in “overseas” missions.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

We have all heard the phrase, “green-eyed monster of jealousy”. Its history is interesting. It was used by, and possibly coined by, Shakespeare in The Merchant of Venice, 1596. He used the phrase again in Othello, 1604, alluding to cats playing with mice before killing them. “It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock.”

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Eeyore, the lovable character in the Winnie the Pooh series, is portrayed in a somewhat depressed way. His slow, moping gait, his long, floppy ears, and his always lowered head combine to make him looked depressed. His famous words add even more to this picture, “Thanks for noticin’ me.”