September 22, 2019

The Preacher’s House

By J. Wiley AdamsMost of the time the above title will be a misnomer for many preachers will never own the houses they live in here and there as they do local work. It is a common practice for many local churches to buy a residence for whoever is preaching for them to live in. Let me hasten to say … [Read more...]

The Disciple and His Master

By P.J. Casebolt"The disciple is not above his master, nor the servant above his Lord. It is enough for the disciple that he be as his master . . ." (Matt. 10:24,25).In its Bible usage, the term disciple is easily defined, both in the original language and in English. A disciple is a learner, a … [Read more...]

Stirring Up the Members

By Ron HalbrookAs the church here at West Columbia continues to grow spiritually and numerically, new challenges and opportunities arise which require good leadership on the part of the elders. As one avenue of communication with the flock, the elders at times send letters to all the members of the … [Read more...]

Too Superstitious

By Olen HolderbyOn his second preaching tour Paul, from Troas, crosses the Aegean Sea to the continent of Europe (Acts 16:90. Following his famous work at Philippi, Paul passes to Thessalonica (Acts 17:1), the modem city of Salonica. It was here that Paul and his company were accused of treason … [Read more...]

Jesus, A Pharisee and a Sinner

By Donnie V. RaderLuke 7:36-50 records the story of a sinful woman washing the feet of Jesus. This story is divided into four sections. (1) Vv. 36-39  As Jesus ate at the house of a Pharisee named Simon, a woman, who was noted as "a sinner" came in and stood at the feet of Jesus, washing his feet … [Read more...]