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Can You Trust The Bible?

Ever had a conversation with someone who was struggling to believe that the Bible was true?  Why is it any different from any other book?  What makes it so special that we should believe what it says about Jesus?  Somethings in the Bible are really hard to swallow, so how do we know they really…

Spiritual Gymnasium

I know, it has been a while since I have posted a blog, and I probably should do a better job at it. For now, I simply will ask for your forgiveness, and will share with you some things that I hope will be helpful to you. By now I hope that you are aware that our theme for this new year…

Politics & Prayer

If you’re like me, you’ve struggled with keeping a Christ-honoring perspective during the current election cycle.  I’ve struggled in my attempts to pray for our nation, our current and future leaders,and for voters.  Just yesterday, one of our church family members, Virginia Carrothers, posted something to Facebook that really got my attention!  It was scripture and prayer that I found very refreshing.…

Online Giving Instructions

Online giving is here. Now you can securely and conveniently give your offering or donation online to help support the ministries at South! Instructions Go to sbcflint.org. Click the Give link at the top of the page. Click the Give Now button at the bottom of the page. In the Donate section, do the following: GIVE — Enter the amount you wish…

A Pretty Cool Tool to Help Protect Your Family

Hollywood movies and TV shows continue to assault the moral sensibilities of Americans by knocking down the boundaries that once existed regarding the sexual content, profanity, blasphemy, violence and gore they include.  This has always been a concern of Christian parents who don’t want the minds of their children poisoned by these kinds of things, as well as their own minds!  Back…

America, Not So Beautiful

Sadly, the United States went through a lot during a week in which a day has been set aside to celebrate our country. As I watched the news surrounding the different events that took place, all the feelings of joy and pride I had on Monday, quickly became feelings of deep sorrow for our country, followed by feelings of shame and disgrace. During times like this,…