Pastor's Blog: Toward Bold Faithfulness

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is our primary denominational partner. As you know, CBF sees Mountain Brook Baptist Church as one of the most accomplished congregations associated with their “denomi-network.” In fact, our John Scott now serves as a member of CBF’s Governing Board, which is responsible for the administrative work of the entire body.

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Project 119: Hebrews 13:20-25

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Pastor's Blog: A "Can’t Miss" Resolution

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

By now I would imagine that you’ve finished making your list of resolutions for 2020. If your list is like mine, it tends to be a recycled one. Somehow we get the feeling that every January we’ll find a renewed dedication to doing things we know are in our best interest, but always seem to be unduly difficult to complete.

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Project 119: Hebrews 13:1-19

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Hebrews 12:18-29

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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The Secret Is There Is No Secret | Wayne Splawn

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As we begin a new year, chances are good that most of us have given at least some thought to New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that you have totally given up on the practice of making resolutions at the start of a new year because you have failed to follow through with plans for self improvement in years past. However, I would venture to guess that even the most cynical among us stands on the brink of this new year with at least a glimmer of hope that we will make positive progress in some area of our lives in 2020.

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The Secret Is There Is No Secret

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Wayne Splawn

As we begin a new year, chances are good that most of us have given at least some thought to New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that you have totally given up on the practice of making resolutions at the start of a new year because you have failed to follow through with plans for self improvement in years past. However, I would venture to guess that even the most cynical among us stands on the brink of this new year with at least a glimmer of hope that we will make positive progress in some area of our lives in 2020.

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Project 119: Hebrews 12:3-17

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Hebrews 12:1-2

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Hebrews 11:32-40

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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