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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.

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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

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Luke 24: Two forgotten witnesses

The resurrection accounts are among the most powerful and important in all of Scripture. Without them, Christianity is nothing more than Islam, the Eastern mystic religions, or any other humanly-devised religion. The resurrection of Jesus is the foundation of Christianity and what sets it apart from all other religions. In his account of the resurrection, Luke dedicated half of the chapter to the experience of two unnamed men walking from Jerusalem to Emmaus. Emmaus was a village some seven miles…

Luke 23: He should have made a friend of Jesus

“The enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an ancient proverb from India, predating the Lord Jesus by about four centuries. It is generally used to forge military alliances between non-allied nations against a common foe. For example, the United States and France were not allies at the time of the American Revolution, but both had Great Britain as a common enemy at the time, leading France to assist the States in their war for independence. In today’s reading…

Luke 22: And the Lord turned and looked at Peter.

When I was a boy and a young man, there was no one on earth I loved and respected more than my Grandpa Burleson. I recall as a teenager thinking about how embarrassed I would be if he knew what foolishness I was getting in to, always hopeful he would never find out. It killed me inside any time I ever disappointed him. He never had to say anything; you just knew. One can only imagine what went through Peter’s…

Luke 21: The Widow’s Might, a.k.a., Who has despised the day of small things?

Haggai and Zechariah were contemporaries who were called into service after Israel’s return from captivity. The foundation of the temple had been laid, then the work was set aside as people pursued their own interests (Hag 1:4, 9). But as the people rebuilt the temple, those who had seen it in its former glory began to weep (Hag 2:3), as the new temple would never match the glory of the former. God told Haggai the glory of the new would…