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Sunday School 9:30am, Worship Service 11am

Teachers

Soul Pollution

Soul Pollution is the title of Pastor Paul Jason Perkins’ new book coming out in May 2018 Learn to be free from the sins that so easily entangle us Learn how sin is the pollution that has effect your soul Learn how sin has caused the pollution of the whole human race Learn how God…

Paul Jason Perkins

Paul Jason Perkins

Paul Jason Perkins is Senior Pastor at Bethel Church Paul Perkins is the pastor at Bethel BIC in Hillsville, VA and ministers along side of his wife Lisa, and five children.  I was raised and spent my childhood on our family tobacco and livestock farm in Goldsboro, NC.  Growing up I had many different Christian…

Gospel Fluency: Key Thoughts By Jeff Vanderstelt

What Does It Mean to Be Gospel Fluent? A person is gospel fluent when the gospel becomes their “mother tongue.” They see the world through that filter, they hear the world through that filter, and they know how to speak the truths of the gospel—the truths of Jesus—into the everyday stuff of life. Remember, Recite,…

Brother We Are Not Professionals: Key Thoughts

Key Thoughts: Brothers We Are Not Professionals by John Piper We are fools for Christ’s sake.  But professionals are wise.  We are weak.  But professionals are strong.  Professionals are held in honor.  We are in disrepute.  We do not try to secure a professional lifestyle, but we are ready to hunger and thirst and be…

Preaching: Key Thoughts From Tim Keller

“While the difference between a bad sermon and a good sermon is mainly the responsibility of the preacher, the difference between good preaching and great preaching lies mainly in the work of the Holy Spirit. . . . We should do the work it takes to make our communication good and leave it up to God how and how…

Saturate: Key Thoughts From Jeff Vanderstelt

From Jeff’s book  Saturate: Being Disciples of Jesus in the Everyday Stuff of Life. Many Christians have unwittingly embraced the idea that “church” is a once-a-week event rather than a community of Spirit-empowered people; that “ministry” is what pastors do on Sundays rather than the 24/7 calling of all believers; and that “discipleship” is a program…