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Guest Pulpit – Issue 25-12: “The High Cost of Being a Savior”

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The Value of Visitor Reception

By Tim Massengale To Order More, Click Here Mark North turned into the parking lot of the First Apostolic Church and was immediately flagged down by a waiting lot attendant wearing a bright green vest. “Pastor North?  Bro. Baker is expecting you.  You can park in one of the guest parking spaces just past the […]

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20 Ways to Not Grow

Twenty Ways To Not Grow Tim Massengale         Yesterday I drove past a local high school. On the signboard out front someone had placed the following sage observation: The only place that success comes before work is in the dictionary.   With that thought in mind, let me say that it is […]

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How to Get More Home Bible Studies Than You Can Teach

By Tim Massengale   Without a doubt, home Bible study programs such as Search For Truth, Exploring God’s Word, and others, have been the greatest tool of evangelism in recent times. Thousands have been brought to the saving knowledge of Truth in the comfort of their own home by an individual with a burden, a […]

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Foundational Principles of New Convert Care

By Rev. Tim Massengale Pastor Johnson smiled broadly and waved as Dave and Patti’s car pulled out of the church parking lot. Then, with a small sigh, he turned and walked back into the church. He could not help but feel a little apprehensive. Dave and Patti were new converts. Both had been baptized and […]

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