• Pilot Mountain to begin children’s bus ministry

    Vacation Bible school has always been a great ministry for churches to reach out to the community.

    Pilot Mountain Missionary Baptist Church between Sunbright and Wartburg is taking a new approach to the VBS concept, as Sunday, June 3 the church is starting a Kids Connection Bus Ministry.

  • St. Paul Pre-School gets dental visit
  • A Pastor’s Notes

        When I was growing up there used to be a cartoon of two young people holding hands. At the top were the words “love is.,,”. Then, every week, there would be a different caption underneath describing love.  
        Here is my caption: Love is knowing it is at long last safe to rip the bandage off the open wound of brokenness and bitterness you’ve been hiding, finally realizing it is time to scrape out the festering pain exposing your secret trauma to the healing power that is love.

  • Power For Today

    Not worth two cents

        Mood swings are normal — everyone goes through them. I heard about one man who told another that he had lost a million dollars in one day. His friend was shocked and asked how in the world he had managed to do that. The answer was, “Well, yesterday I felt like a million dollars and today I don’t feel worth two cents.”

  • Missionary Family to visit Heritage Baptist

        The Bach Family, who minister the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ through the “Baptist Evangelism Aviation Ministry” (BEAM) in Alaska and Canada, will visit Heritage Independent Baptist Church, located at 475 Pea Ridge Road in Sunbright on Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m.
        The Bach Family, whose sending church is Community Baptist Church in Oliver Springs. Pastor Robert Combs, consists of Mark and Amy Bach and their 15 children.

  • A Pastor’s Notes

        This week begins the season of Lent when many Christians make a sacrifice for 40 days (for most Protestants that’s Ash Wednesday through Saturday of Holy Week, not including Sundays which are a celebration of the resurrection).

  • Power For Today

    Bad weather a good thing?

        We have certainly experienced a lot of rain in the past few weeks.

  • Remarkable Bible Fact
  • A Pastor’s Notes

        The following is an excerpt from my book The Power of Their Voices and tells the story of Martha, Poor me. Poor steadfast Martha. She could be counted on to get things done — to make the beds and be certain the meals were on time.  Suddenly I had it. I was tired of all the work and none of the attention. I was tired of being taken for granted. So I took my complaints straight to Jesus.

  • Power For Today

    Slow Moving

        Automakers should be required to place a label on some 4-cylinder vehicles that say, “Warning, trying to pass a car in this vehicle could be hazardous to your life.”