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First 2010 Sermon

by Bryant Evans on January 1, 2010

Is there a better way to start the New Year than by assembling with God’s people on the first Lord’s Day of the Year? This Sunday morning we will consider how to Begin With Jesus. Using John’s account of Jesus calling his first disciples (John 1:35-51) we will see some important characteristics for every Christian […]




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Sermon Preview for Sunday December 13, 2009

by Bryant Evans on December 12, 2009

I’m looking forward to Sunday both because it is a day of worship and because we have two lessons that I think will be useful for everyone. Sunday morning, we will continue our studies through the Gospel of Mark. Our lesson is called, The Kingdom Comes with text taken from Mark 9:1. The Bible uses […]




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Sermons for Sunday, November 22, 2009

by Bryant Evans on November 20, 2009

This Sunday we will take a slight deviation from our studies in Mark’s gospel and look at a parallel passage from Matthew 16:13-20. There is a critical doctrinal thought in this passage which we will explore. It is entitled, Is the Church Built on Christ or Peter? I hope you will be present. Sunday evening […]




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Sermon Preview for November 15, 2009

by Bryant Evans on November 14, 2009

I am looking forward to a great day of worship Sunday and I hope you are planning to be with us. Our Sunday morning lesson is a continuation of our study of Mark. The lesson is titled You Are The Christ!” and is taken from Peter’s great confession in Mark 8:27-30. While I think everyone […]




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by Bryant Evans on November 6, 2009

I think we have two good lessons for you this Sunday. I hope all of our Eastern Shore regulars will be with us and plenty of visitors too. Sunday morning at 10 our lesson is titled, Clear Eyes. The text is from Mark 8:22-26. If you read this text carefully you will see three major […]




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