A New Look

 |  Pastor's Blog |   |  Dr. Doug Dortch

Most of us are creatures of habit. While fashion styles may come and go, the vast majority of us prefer to keep things the same.

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Project 119: Isaiah 38

 |  Project 119 |   |  Amy Jackson

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Project 119: Isaiah 37:21-38

 |  Project 119 |   |  Amy Jackson

I remember the first time I watched the classic The Wizard of Oz. As a child, I waited with fear and anticipation when Dorothy’s ragamuffin crew made it to Oz.

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Project 119: Isaiah 37:1-20

 |  Project 119 |   |  Amy Jackson

​In many ways, this chapter is the resolution to a cliff-hanger! I used to hate when I was kid and my favorite TV shows would have cliff-hangers at the end of the season.

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Project 119: Overview of Isaiah 36-39 & Isaiah 36

 |  Project 119 |   |  Amy Jackson

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Pastor's Blog: The Perils of Punching a Clock

 |  Sermon Preview |   |  Dr. Doug Dortch

​There are two great heresies that keep many from experiencing the abundant life that Jesus died and was resurrected for us to know. The first heresy is: "God helps those who help themselves." The fact of the matter is that God helps those who cannot help themselves.

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Project 119: Isaiah 35

 |  Project 119 |   |  Wayne Splawn

​Isaiah 35 offers a beautiful picture of God’s future work of salvation. The people who languished under the prospect of impending defeat at the hands of their enemies needed to know that a day was coming in the future when God would once and for all defeat His enemies and restore His people.

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Project 119: Isaiah 33

 |  Project 119 |   |  Wayne Splawn

​Here in Isaiah 33, Isaiah’s message turns to a message of hope.

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Pastor's Blog: Advantage to the Server

 |  Pastor's Blog |   |  Dr. Doug Dortch

I began playing tennis as a child when they built two courts adjacent to my house in Chickasaw, where I spent the early childhood years of my life.

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Project 119: Isaiah 30:8-17

 |  Project 119 |   |  Wayne Splawn

​Have you ever had a friend tell you that you had something on your face or a piece of food stuck between your teeth? If so, you know how embarrassing it can be when you are oblivious to a personal flaw everyone else can see. But, after our embarrassment has subsided, most of us are grateful that someone would care enough to let us know about something we needed to change rather than allowing us to walk around looking silly.

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