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Join us this Sunday for Bible Classes for all ages at 9:30am and stay for worship at 10:30am. We meet Sunday night at 5:30pm and Wednesdays at 6:30pm.

Location Details

10655 U.S. Highway 278 Hamilton, Alabama 35570

  • Sunday Bible Class @ 9:30am
    Sunday Worship @ 10:30am and 5:30pm
    Wednesday Bible Class @ 6:30 pm

  • (205) 412-6219

  • toddclippard​@gmail.com

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Mark 15: “For he knew that the chief priests had handed Him over because of envy”

This statement is made of Pilate after spending time with Jesus and his accusers. One important point of note here, namely the power of envy. We often tend to think of sins categorically by their perceived level of vileness or danger. Murder is always atop our mental lists, and sexual sins like adultery and homosexuality usually find their way near the top. Envy probably doesn’t come immediately to mind for most of us, but it should. Envy killed our Lord.…

Mark 14: Breaking the Alabaster Flask

The family of Lazarus, Mary, and Martha is one that enjoys prominence in the pages of Scripture. Some of life’s greatest lessons have been learned and great sermons have been preached from the accounts involving them (cf Luke 10:38-42; John 11:17-44). Today’s reading contains one of them. “She has done this for my burial.” So said our Lord of Mary (cf John 12:1-3) after she broke an alabaster flask and poured out its costly contents on His head. Hers was…

Mark 13: If It’s the End, Why Run?

One of the most common misunderstandings about this chapter and its companion chapters (Matt 24; Luke 21) is that the text is speaking to the events immediately preceding the end of the world or the error commonly known as dispensational premillennialism. Many wild and fanciful theories have been concocted using these synoptic texts and the book of Daniel, none of which are in harmony with Bible teaching. Consider some of the clear statements within the text, starting with verse 14:…

Mark 12: The Common People Heard Him Gladly

One of my favorite things to hear following a sermon is, “I believe anyone could understand what you preached today.” I usually respond with, “I’m a simple country preacher. I’m not smart enough to get too deep.” The goal of every preacher should be this: Impart the word of God so that every honest heart can understand and respond appropriately. This is why I love the statement in Mark 12:37, “And the common people heard Him gladly.” For years I…