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In many ways, hymns are the oral history of our faith. Like the Psalms in Scripture, they are passed from generation to generation, sung in cathedrals, chapels, or around a family piano. Every generation has its anthems, and while we continue to sing to Him new songs to this day, sometimes the timeless music of our predecessors is just what the soul needs. This series will delve into history to take some of those classic, overlooked, or left-behind hymns and explore their meaning, breathing new life into their melodies to illuminate the hope they have for us today. Each week of How Sweet the Sound will present a fresh, modern arrangement of a vintage hymn. Pastor Darrin will connect the meaning of the song to biblical truth and apply it to our everyday lives. Rest on a strength greater than our own. Find comfort in a love deeper than any sorrow. And when the silence comes after, listen for an amazing grace: How Sweet the Sound. Join us for a new series starting Easter weekend. Benton campus 9 & 10:30 and at our Murray campus 1 o’clock.
Pastor Darrin introduces the “Worth It” series, which will focus on the superiority of Christ and how the Book of Hebrews was written to help us face trials. In the end, all who follow Christ will agree that he is worth following.
Open heart surgery will help people continue to get the most out of everyday life. Int his series, Pastor Darrin parallels the reality of open heart surgery with the process God wants each of us to experience in our spiritual lives. Because when it comes to our true hearts, God wants to heal us so we can get the most out of life – here and forever! Come join us at 9 or 10:30 in Benton or 1 o’clock in Murray. Come get your heart exam, it’s FREE!
In this four-part sermon series from pastor Darrin Miller, you will discover simple daily steps they can take to get their spiritual life back on track. You will discover some simple things that you can start doing to make sure that your morning gets started right, how to stay connected to God while at school, work or during the day, how you can find the energy you need to wrap up your day with God and not let your mental and physical exhaustion keep you from connecting with God one more time before you doze off, and how you can make Sunday a day of worship. Who knows you just might get back on trac as you start 2019.