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Arkansas Church Plant Send-Off | Bill Berry and Tim Campbell

On Sunday we had the bittersweet privilege of sending out our first church plant team. Bill Berry is leading a group of 11 adults and 9 kids to plant Redeemer Fellowship Church in Northwest Arkansas. Last week, Tim Campbell shared a testimony on behalf of the team and Bill Berry shared a brief word with Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville. Tim Campbell Testimony from S...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "A People for God's Possession"

This post is based on Jeff Purswell's sermon, A People for God's Possession, given on May14, 2017.   We live in a culture that increasingly, not just rejects, but despises what we believe. In these times the wisdom of God, given to us through Peter, also writing to a people living in a hostile world, is more needed than ever. Peter reminds us that standing strong in...

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A Mother's Day Tribute | Katie Williams

On Sunday we had the privilege of hearing from Katie Williams as she honored her mom for Mother's Day. Mother's Day Testimony | Katie Williams from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Sermon Quotes: "A Good and Pleasant Experience"

“Behold.” It is a wonder seldom seen, therefore behold it! It may be seen, for it is characteristic of real saints, therefore fail not to inspect it! It is well worthy of admiration; pause and gaze upon it! It will charm you into imitation, therefore note it well! God looks on with approval, therefore consider it with attention.” Charles Spurgeon “...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Take Up and Read to Feel"

This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Take Up and Read to Feel, given on April 30, 2017.   As we continue our study of 1 Peter, we encounter something that is a surprise. God does not command us to read and study His word only out of sheer obedience. Instead, He exhorts us to engage our emotions – to crave His word like an infant craving his mother&rsqu...

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