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Empty Pews Sing!

by Bryant Evans on June 5, 2017

Michael Summers, who preaches for the church in Leavenworth, Kansas, has a thoughtful poem about empty church pews. Visit his site and see what you think. Follow us @Preachers_Study, Like us on Facebook. Contact [email protected] Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by […]

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Finding a Church

by Bryant Evans on January 27, 2017

You have made an important decision. You want to find a church and improve your spiritual life. That is a commendable goal but it could be more difficult than you think. Finding  a church that will help you learn and grow is not easy. More and more groups call themselves a church but in reality […]

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The Precious Church

by Bryant Evans on September 21, 2014

There is no group of people more precious than the church. Predicted by prophecy (Isaiah 2:2-4; Matthew 16:18) the church is the collection of the saved who have been gathered together by the decree of God. The church is precious and perfect. Sinners, saved by Christ, fill the church. They bring their weaknesses and imperfections […]

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Including Others

by Bryant Evans on October 20, 2013

Evangelism is spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. It is introducing people to Jesus and telling them of his salvation. Evangelism is also reaching out to the struggling who are in Christ but slipping away. In the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) Jesus commanded that we make disciples, teach and baptize and teach them again. […]

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Dual Citizenship

by Bryant Evans on May 26, 2013

It is said that Christians have dual citizenship; they live in this country and in God’s kingdom simultaneously. The idea is that while we are Christians we are also Americans and thereby have allegiances to each. Our life is divided between the spiritual and the civic. Let’s think about that because it might not be […]

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