Brother Mark delivered his sermon this morning titled, “Going Out to Eat with Jesus” and he preached from Luke 24:13-35. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS READ MORE
Today we celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Brother Mark preached from the book of 1 Corinthians 15:15-20 in his sermon titled, “The Power of Easter”. Podcast: Play in new window... READ MORE
On this special day, Palm Sunday, Brother Mark preached from the book of Matthew 26:57-75 in his sermon titled, “The Path of Easter: Footsteps of Jesus”. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:... READ MORE
This Sunday we observed the Lord’s Supper, and Brother Mark preached from the book of Matthew 26:1-35 in his sermon titled “The Path of Easter..The Preparation”. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:... READ MORE
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- Church at Three Trails seeks to grow through missions
After the Partnership Missions luncheon during MBC’s Annual Meeting, Pastor Brian Grout heard about opportunity to take the gospel into southern Mexico. The Church at Three Trails is now partnered with a local church there.
- Super Summer leads students to ‘Next Level’
"There are so many things competing for the attention of students today...I believe that if we can separate students from all those competing voices, they can hear God speak into their life," Jason Walters said.
- MBC’s Yeats headlines Capitol rally
“As people of God...we can show the world… that our faith is not primarily about what we oppose, and it’s never about anything we desire to impose. Our faith...is about what we propose," John Yeats said.
- Celebrate CP Day, April 9
April 9 is Cooperative Program Day to celebrate the unique funding process that Southern Baptists have used since 1925 to support missions and evangelism around the world.
- Church revitalizers focus strategy in KC
“The church I was baptized and grew up in, where I was married, and preached my first sermon, no longer exists. I want to do all that I can to help churches avoid experiencing that." Gary Mathes said.