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A Call for Courage in the Pulpit

by Bryant Evans on May 4, 2009

Preaching is the finest task a man can do. There is no more demanding work than that of a dedicated spokesman for God. The task is too important to be left to last-minute-find-a-sermon-on-the-internet kind of preachers. The preparation is hard and the presentation exhausting. To be sound, preaching must be done with courage. Sound gospel […]




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Opposing the Wicked

by Bryant Evans on December 30, 2008

I came across this passage from Proverbs this morning while working through Bert Sims Bible reading plan for 2009. Of course all of the verses are precious but this one just cried out to me. “Those who forsake the law praise the wicked, But those who keep the law strive with them.” (Proverbs 28:4) Given […]




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Service for the Community

by Bryant Evans on December 18, 2008

We know that the present economic downturn is challenging many families, some far more than others. It was so encouraging to se Eastern Shore meeting needs last night as we packed more  boxes for Christmas for those hurting. Among other things, each box contained a gift certificate for a turkey and the makings for a […]




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Gambling: A Cure for All of our Problems

by Bryant Evans on December 15, 2008

Alabama Governor Bob Riley will be holding a news conference today to announce proration for the state education budget. Times are difficult and tax revenues are falling behind appropriations. Riley will dip into the so called Rainy Day Fund that was created by the legislature. But already the howls of the gamblers are being heard. […]




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Millport To Assist Guyana Christian University

by Bryant Evans on December 15, 2008

Sunday night I was pleased to visit with the good brethren at the Millport church of Christ in Lamar County, Alabama. Millport is a very old congregation dating back to the earliest days of Gus Nichols preaching. The brethren there have always been special to Bobbi and me as they allowed us to work with […]




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