Central Haywood Church of Christ

Serving God from the mountains of North Carolina

The Plan of Salvation.

Today, I want to introduce a new series in our Bulletin articles. This is something I’ve wanted to do for a while, and I’m excited about the opportunity to finally start it. In this series of articles, we are going to explore God’s plan of salvation. Each week we will cover a step in the plan, digging into the various issues that surround each step. My plan for this series is to introduce the subject in the Bulletin and then preach on that same subject.

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Servants of Jesus Christ.

The past few weeks have been hard on all of us, especially the families of Marcus Carrington and Adam Haygood. We’ve all struggled with feelings of loss and being overwhelmed with the hurt and pain of losing people we care about.

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Easter Sunday.

Easter is one of the most important and celebrated events in the Christian calendar. This holiday is focused on the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, which is considered the cornerstone of the Christian faith. The resurrection of Jesus is a powerful symbol of hope, new beginnings, and victory over death. In this article, we will explore the significance of Easter and what it means for Christians around the world.

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Walking with Jesus Christ.

              In today’s article, we’re going to start a journey that I hope will help each of us develop a closer walk with Jesus. We will cover topics where we consider our view of God versus who he really is, the problem of cultural Christianity, our relationship to Jesus, our motives, surrender, the struggles of life, how to develop our character, and our relationships with others.

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Does Worship Matter?

              I’ve heard this question asked and answered more times than I care to remember. What’s even more troubling to me is that it continues to be asked. The importance of worship cannot be overstated. It’s huge because it matters to the Lord, and it matters for us.

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Navigating (part 2)

Rodney Nulph

Today, we will continue with part 2 of Rodney’s article. Full details at the end of the article.

Secondly, we must have directions. This point makes me smile. Why? Because often people are quick to give directions to places on earth, whether they know how to get there or not! On numerous occasions, I have asked for directions, only to have two people begin arguing on how to get to where I wanted to go. “Go down here and take a right.” “No, you go left.” I usually just smile, say, “Thank you,” and drive on, realizing the ones giving directions were more lost than I was. This is so true spiritually!

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Navigating (part 1)

Rodney Nulph

Today, I want to share an article I read on the Gospel Gazette. It’s too long for a single bulletin article so I’ve divided it into two articles. This is part 1 and next week we will have part 2. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Note: I have put the link to the original article at the bottom and contact info for the original author.

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The Lord loves you and wants to be close to you.

Psalm 34:18–19

“The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the LORD delivers him out of them all.” (ESV)

This verse is often interpreted as a message of hope and comfort for those who are going through difficult times. But just as important is the idea that the Lord is always near to those who believe in Him. God cares deeply for every one of us.

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Jesus walks with us.

The promise that Jesus will walk with us is found throughout the Bible. One of the most well-known passages is found in Matthew 28:20, where Jesus says to his disciples, “And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” This promise comes at the end of the Gospel of Matthew, after Jesus has been resurrected from the dead and has given his disciples the Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations.

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