In trying to figure out a post for today the song “Where Could I Go” walked into my head. The song has been performed by many artists and churches. I don’t have a favorite artist, but if you need a church to attend, we’d be happy to have you. At the least, attend a church … [Read more…]
It was a good morning at Arthur City Baptist. Miss Julie (my wife) and I went with a plan in mind. We had been sanding on two tables that Miss Julie uses in her classroom. They are in need of refinishing. I Have needed to trim the shrubs/hedges on the north side of the building. … [Read more…]
World Humanitarian Day seeks to recognize the compassion and bravery of humanitarian workers. Jesus is a humanitarian worker. So were the Apostles. You should be also. Today is the day of the Lord God who finished creating all that exists and then rested on this day. Sadly, many can not rest on Sunday. They must work … [Read more…]
During the “steeple chase’ on Tuesday (8-15-2017) we burned a lot of the calories. It’s hard work supervising the installation of a steeple. Just ask us and we’ll tell you. So, we had a “Meet and Greet” dinner tonight. You can see how exhausted we still are. But the steeple looks … [Read more…]
Yes sir, it’s a steeple. Yesterday a truck pulled up just before 8:00 am. It unloaded a lift to help the installer get to the roof of the building. Sometime after that the installer, with our new steeple, went past the church and into Oklahoma. Oops! But he made a turn around and got back … [Read more…]
International Left-Handers Day is a day to bring attention to the struggles which lefties face daily in a right-handed society. Did you know that of the last 5 Presidents, 3 were lefties – Obama, Clinton and Bush Sr. – Plus, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, and Leonardo da Vinci. You’ve … [Read more…]
Eu·cha·rist: the Christian ceremony commemorating the Last Supper, in which bread and wine are consecrated and consumed. Today is the last Sunday of July. On the last Sunday of each month, at the morning service, we at Arthur City Baptist partake in the Lord’s Supper. You are welcome to join us. God bless you.
National Parents Day is a special day to honor your mother and father. And, its a time to celebrate the family structure and family values. The family unit is an important structure for the health of children, and the nation. That structure, and those values, are established and nurtured by your parents. Today is not … [Read more…]