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Mid-Summer Check Up

As we have been studying the church at Thessalonica, we have seen a model for us at Providence. Were the Thessalonians perfect? No, and we won’t be a perfect church either. But they were a church that strove toward practicing their faith in Christ, promoting holiness, loving one another and promoting the gospel as they anticipated the return of Christ at any moment. ...

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Student Ministry Summer Mission Opportunities

  Please be in prayer for our students this summer. Specifically we have 2 different mission activities the students have the opportunity to participate in: ‘Rocket City’ Mission Week (local service projects), and our Chicago Mission Trip.  This Sunday evening our students will travel to South Huntsville to stay the week at a sister church, t...

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Vacation Bible School

Our VBS begins next week, Monday-Friday, June 5th-9th. This year we will continue our Scottish Sleuths curriculum series as the kids follow the adventures of Scottish Super Sleuths, Angus McTavish and Professor Dabney Thornwell, as they are called upon to solve a Biblical ‘case’ with the help of the VBS children. The detective characters symbolically portray...

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A Christian Ethic

In this past Sunday’s sermon, I introduced to you the concept that part of Paul’s mission was to help his Gentile converts discover a new ethic in which to live; one that would be distinctly Christian. In the past, Jews were noticeable by their outward behavior- particularly as it related to the law. Unlike their Gentile counterparts, they practiced circumcisi...

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The Sex Talk

This Sunday, I will need to delve into a subject that will be uncomfortable for some within a public setting. In 1 Thessalonians 4:3-8, the Apostle Paul addresses the topic of sexuality among the Thessalonian believers. And since I am under obligation to preach the whole counsel of God (Acts 20:27), I cannot avoid these particular verses just because they may cause discomf...

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Congratulations Class of 2017!

Congratulations Class of 2017! “It is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God.” —Philippians 1:9-11 Let us rej...

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Thinking of skipping church this week?

A friend sent me this article from Tim Challies this week. I don’t think I could have said this any better. It reminds us that Church is not always about us. https://www.challies.com/articles/the-worst-consequence-of-skipping-church#.WQCclOzMJKM.email...

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Student Retreat This Weekend!

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Our retreat this weekend for our students is at Camp To Know Him in Pisgah, AL. The camp has miles of wooded trails, amazing rock formations, and incredible views of the Tennessee River. It has been a great place for the past 5 years of unifing our group of students through the shared experiences of hiking, repelling, and team-building activities. But more than anything, t...

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Preparing for Resurrection Sunday

In addition to inviting a friend to our service this Sunday, a great way to prepare for our service is to contemplate the events of Holy Week in the life of Jesus. Crossway has put together some wonderful videos with Justin Taylor describing each day of that week. I encourage you to watch each one and be gratified in our Savior as Sunday approaches. It will prepare your he...

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You Are Exquisite

I must admit, I have been surprised by the positive response to this past Sunday’s sermon on 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20. I even had a friend who lives in Missouri get in touch with me to tell me that he really needed to hear that message. I think your response communicates to me that too often we are absorbed into negative self-reflection. It is true that we should be &...

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