Preachers Jubilee In Fairdealing, KY

New Testament Baptist Church, located at 450 Nelson Lane, Fairdealing, KY, will be having their Preachers Jubilee, from June 1-4. For more information (because that’s all I have), you may call (hope this number is correct) (270) 354-5005. Pastor Larry Logsdon and congregation invite everyone to attend!

Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
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OBS Overview: Excellent FREE Software Option For Church Live Streaming!

I know some pastors/churches/preachers may already use this, but for those who don’t and if some who do, need a refresher on it, I post the following, from Pastor David Towler (david@supplementalseminary.com) or whatever email address you get him at LOL!

OBS Overview: Excellent FREE Software Option for Church Live Streaming! In this tutorial, I give you an overview of OBS (Open Broadcast Software) which is absolutely free. It give you the option to switch between camera angles, record your screen, display pics/ videos, etc. This is a good free software option for churches to Live Stream their services.

David Towler

View the video tutorial here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNmu6jzof7Q&feature=youtu.be

Keep your mind on the LORD, your eyes in the King James Bible, your hands doing His will, your knees in the closet and your feet in the old paths, love and praying for y’all!

Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
Podcast: http://www.jeremiah616.sermon.net
Callcast: (563) 999-3967
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Evangelist Mike Blanton’s Mother Has Passed Away

Blanche Holbrook Blanton, age 91 of Paintsville, Kentucky passed away Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at her residence. Born July 30, 1928 n Johnson County, Kentucky to the late Ambrose Minton Holbrook and Martha Adams Holbrook. In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her husband, Windell “Nig” Blanton; one son, Bobby Blanton; one daughter, Sandra Abrams; one brother, Homer Holbrook; four sisters: Gertrude Howard, Pauline Castle, Charles Irene Holbrook, and Nellie Scott; one grandson, Scottie Abrams.
She is survived by three sons: John Michael Blanton and wife, Teresa of Grove City, Ohio, Terry Wendell of Paintsville,Kentucky, Brian David Blanton and wife, Amy of Grove City, Ohio; four daughters: Debbie Blanton of Paintsville, Kentucky, Judy Frazier and husband, Jimmy of Staffordsville, Kentucky, Barb Vanhoose of Paintsville, Kentucky, Nikki McCarty of Cocoa, Florida; one son-in-law, Sam Abrams of Cocoa, Florida; one sister, Mollie Griffith of Winchester, Kentucky. Thirteen grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held 2:00pm Sunday, May 24, 2020 at the First Freewill Baptist Church on 3rd Street with burial to follow in the Staffordsville Church Cemetery. Brian Blanton, Terry Blanton, and Mike Blanton will officiate. Friends may visit at the Phelps & Son Funeral Home on Friday from 6:00-9:00pm, Saturday from 9:00am- and on Sunday after 1:00pm at the church. In lieu of flowers the family request that contributions be made to Appalachian Hospice – In Memory of Sandra Abrams and Blanche Blanton, 1520 KY RT 1428, Hager Hill, KY 41222 (606)789-3841. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Phelps & Son Funeral Home.
http://phelps-sonfuneralhome.com/current_obituaries

Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
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NCLL Webinar

Dear Friend,

At the NCLL, our job is to support your church as your pastor and leadership team make the best decisions for your church and the people that God has entrusted to your care. We do not tell churches what to do, but we do want to provide options and advice to assist you in making the best decisions. This webinar is to assist pastors and churches in implementing the strategies to ensure the safety of the church and the attendees.

Information for the webinar below:

Title: What should our church do to be prepared to open again?

Register at:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CPByCT1YR2-qA6sOCz9S3w

Date: Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Time: 2:00PM EST – 3:00PM EST

Our prayers are with every church, pastor, and leadership team as you lead with wisdom during this extremely difficult time. The world has never needed the church more than it does right now. We have the opportunity to demonstrate to hurting people the Hope that is within us. The answer for America is not in the courthouse, the statehouse, or the White House. It is in the church house. Let’s make sure the church house continues to be a light in a dark world.

Register today to be a part of this webinar. Limited seats available.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CPByCT1YR2-qA6sOCz9S3w?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTUdVNU9XWmtZMkl6TUdSaSIsInQiOiJVSEl0Zlh2endQRVJKUWoxdGprTHpsQXJJUUxRM2ZVK1lcL2hLdksxR2JcL28wQzhacmpaaUIxVGdqK3Z0WTIrMXA0djRaNk5JY2J0clY3RWpqbzE1eFkrelpuK3VOTjFuTE1uNzBRWGdGc1BTTk9GWFlPSjkybXVjWm5oclNzWWVXIn0%3D

The Diminishing Desire For Doctrine

Can’t say as I read every email that comes in every day, but I do at least glance over the tease (what you see before you click on an email). This one caught my attention, so I read it and thought it definitely worth sharing with y’all this afternoon. Let’s all read and heed!

May 15th
The Diminishing Desire for Doctrine
Pastor Kenneth Kuykendall
The modern philosophy of church growth is speckled with flowery and vibrant colors of ambiguity. Go into any contemporary church these days and you will find some basic tenets of welcome. When I say “contemporary” I am not referring to a particular musical style or any specific religious movement. From the progressively-liberal
evangelical to the staunchly-conservative fundamentalist you will find some common denominators. Neither group would easily agree that they have anything in common; but just below the surface their camaraderie exists. What makes them similar is not necessarily what you see; it is what you DO NOT hear.
One word: doctrine.
Coffee shops, consumerism, self-centered songs, psychological jargon, and slick presentations abound. The church works hard to keep up with the fast-paced, slick marketing campaigns of the world, and as a result, pop culture convinces us to diminish the arduous and laborious topics of doctrine. When making decisions about church membership, the following items have become the overriding factors of a parishioner’s final decision:
• Exciting, active programs for children
• Feel and comfort of building/campus
• Likeability of pastor and his delivery
• Music and worship style preferences
• Ability to connect with others in a small setting
I am not appalled by what is on the list, but I am saddened by what is not on the list. Because these are legitimate and justifiable concerns, the church at large focuses on accommodating the average visitor by creating an environment that meets his personal, familial, emotional, and even physical needs. In this process, we neglect the most important and life-altering aspect of faith: our doctrine. We are good at building entities and creating styles, but if we diminish our doctrine we are doing nothing more than building church castles in the sand. With every incoming tide we must recreate, rebuild, and reevaluate our methods and procedures. We are constantly filling our ministerial buckets with grainy and sandy tactics only to watch our efforts fade away during every wind of change.
Doctrine stands. It is the foundation of the church; it is the backbone of ministry. Philosophy, tactics, and modern methods will bring in attendees, but only doctrine will produce and generate authentic believers who desire to reproduce themselves in the Kingdom of God. We must stop measuring our success through the whims, likes, and dislikes of the unregenerate sinner and return to the call and charge of God to preach His Word.
Bill Hull speaks to this issue directly when he contends, “The propensity to go with the flow of culture is weakening the church and separating us from the power of God. There are many churches that have reasoned themselves out of the script of God’s plan. They have sold their birthright for the cheap transitory price of cultural
acceptance.” Like Esau of old, we have traded away our doctrinal birthright for a shameful, tasteless version of Christianity. May God give raise up believers in every camp, every movement, and every denomination to lay down the modern double-espresso mentality of faith, and pick up their swords as soldiers in the battle for the truth: the truth of doctrine.

Cross Roads Baptist Church | 1391 Braselton Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
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Revival Down South

It was announced last night in the prayer room, that Bethany Baptist Church, 30 Bethany Road, Travelers Rest, SC, Pastor Jeremy Chism, was in their fourth week of revival! Pastor Josh Montgomery of the Safe Harbor Baptist Church, Salisbury, NC is preaching and the LORD is working, saving souls, young men surrendering to preach and more lost folk planning on attending with their families! Here is a recent service, so you can watch, subscribe to the channel and watch past and get notified of future services/videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6w6_QUzNyE&t=77s

Here’s the church’s website address.

https://bethanybaptisttr.com/

Don’t know how long this meeting will continue (I’m sure as long as the LORD leads), but if in the area, I’m sure they’d love to see you and you’ll be glad you attended! If not in the area and/or unable to attend, please pray, I’m sure they’d appreciate that as well.

The First Baptist Church of McNeill (Carrier), MS, was blessed with an impromptu revival a couple weeks ago, according to Pastor Russell Jordan, (can’t remember who preached though, sorry), with the LORD standing up among His people and in the community, doing the miraculous! I understand He’s still working in that church through and after the meeting and in their Family Month now, praise His high and holy name!
Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
Podcast: http://www.jeremiah616.sermon.net
Callcast: (563) 999-3967
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Brother Keith And Preacher

The following links, are to messages from Evangelist Keith Voyles (out of our church) and Pastor Dale Massengale (or Preacher, as we call him). If they are a blessing (which they should be, unless you’re on the wrong side of them), please feel free to pass them along as the LORD leads.

The Judgment Seat Of Christ https://Jeremiah616.sermon.net/21586302

God’s Provision For Me, At Calvary https://Jeremiah616.sermon.net/21587416

Hell Is Moved For Thee https://Jeremiah616.sermon.net/21590199

The Purpose Of Preaching https://Jeremiah616.sermon.net/21591736

Romans 11:33-36 KJB

Josh
Podcast: http://www.jeremiah616.sermon.net
Callcast: (563) 999-3967
Google Group: http://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/preacher-friends