Things to Consider

Once again I bid all a heartfelt greeting in the spirit of Christ Jesus. This week I would like me and you to
consider a different approach concerning the proper use of God's word. I and my wife many times talk
about a certain subject, and that subject is the proper use of the English language such as the word me,
and just how many use it in the wrong content. This misuse such as I misused it in the first part of this

Special Church Meeting

“Victory in Jesus”

I John 5:4

“And this is the victory that overcomes the world, even our faith.”
June 27-30, 2021

June 27, 2021
No Sunday School

Sunday Morning – 10:55 a.m.
Praising God for Jesus Our Savior
Pastor – Jerry Hopkins
Sunday Evening – 7:00 p.m.
Praising God for His Victory in Jesus
Guest Preacher – David Neely
June 28, 2021


Many of you have no doubt heard a person say that he didn’t know someone else from Adam’s off ox, but you may not have stopped to consider the peculiar aptness of this folk expression.  I recall my grandparents and parents would use the phrase quite often but I never thought to delve into what the words truly meant.  What is an “off ox”, and w

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Hubern Larry Smith

Hubern Larry Smith was born on Sunday, August 10, 1941, to Hubern (Hubie) LouAllen Smith and Opal Ann
Harris Smith. 
He was number four in what was to be a total of five children. Larry was the first boy with three older sisters
Margaret, Martha, and Sue.  According to Larry, he was glad when Steve, his younger brother, was born, as his
sisters had someone else to direct their attention to. 

“History’s Importance”

There are many efforts today to re-write, re-form, rebuke what has been history; accepted and
argued as accurate for centuries. We are a people infatuated by history, inspired by its truthfulness and
factualness. Yet we do not consider the nature of the historical process—how we come to understand what
actually happened, when and where it took place; why it transpired, and even who was involved as actors,