How To Prepare For Sunday, 01/06/2019

 

Prepare for Sunday’s sermon by praying for Pastor Jimmy Acree of Bacons Castle Baptist Church. I’ll be preaching from Matthew 16 on location at Caesarea-Philippi in Israel so I’ve asked Jimmy to preach God’s Word to us about walking with Jesus through grief.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Jimmy will be using various scriptures as he preaching on Walking with Jesus Through Grief. Pray for him leading up to Sunday, as he prepares to bring God’s word to the congregation at PBC.

3) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

O God, Our Help in Ages Past

Christ is Enough

Afflicted Saint, To Christ Draw Near

He Will Hold Me Fast

All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

Have a blessed Sunday! – Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For Sunday, 12/30/2018

 

You can begin to prepare for Sunday’s sermon by praying for Pastor Lee Hess of Carrollton Baptist Church. Pastor Hopson will be en route to Israel so he’s asked this wise brother to preach God’s Word to us about walking with Jesus through change.

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Revelation 3:1-6, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Living Hope

All Glory Be to Christ

Behold Our God

Goodness, Mercy, and Love

Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone)

Have a blessed Sunday! – Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 12/23/2018

 

You can prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Isaiah 53. We’re continuing our sermon series on the birth of Christ. This Sunday we’ll celebrate the Good News that Jesus was born to die.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Isaiah 53:1-12, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Crown Him

Here I Am to Worship

Christmas Offering

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Angels from the Realms of Glory (Baloche)

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 12/16/2018

 

You can prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Matthew 1:18-25. We’re continuing our sermon series on the birth of Christ. This Sunday we’ll begin by talking about why the virgin birth matters.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Matthew 1:18-25, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Better Is One Day

Jesus Messiah

Strong God

Your Name

Joy To The World

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday – 12/09/2018

 

Prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Micah 5:1-5. We’re beginning a new sermon series on the birth of Christ. This Sunday we’ll begin by talking about why the city of Bethlehem matters.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Micah 5:1-5a, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Ancient of Days

Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus

What Child is This

All I Have is Christ

Crown Him with Many Crowns

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 11/18/2018

 

You can begin to prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Psalm 23. We’re continuing our sermon series on this beautiful Psalm, and what it means for us to say “the Lord is my Shepherd.” This Sunday we’ll begin by examining verse 4 and the glorious truth that we are unafraid, even in the darkest valley.

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Psalm 23:4, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) This Sunday we’ll be praying for the nation of South Korea. Learn how to pray for them personally here.

4) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

I See the Lord

Lead Me to the Cross

Revelation Song

All Who are Thirsty

Afflicted Saint, to Christ Draw Near

It Is Well

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 11/11/2018

 

Begin to prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Psalm 23. We’re continuing our sermon series on this beautiful Psalm, and what it means for us to say “the Lord is my Shepherd.” This Sunday we’ll begin by examining verses 2-3 and the glorious truth that we are led.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Psalm 23:12-3, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) This Sunday we’ll be praying for the nation of Kosovo. Learn how to pray for them personally here.

4) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)  

The Wonderful Cross

Be Magnified

His Mercy is More

He Leadeth Me

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 11/04/2018

 

Begin to prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Psalm 23. We’re beginning a new sermon series on this beautiful Psalm, and what it means for us to say “the Lord is my Shepherd.” This Sunday we’ll begin by examining verse 1 and the glorious truth that we are His.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Psalm 23:1, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) This Sunday we’ll be praying for the nation of Kiribati. Learn how to pray for them personally here.

4) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Blessed Be Your Name

Above All

What a Beautiful Name

Jesus Paid It All

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 10/21/2018

 

You can prepare for Sunday’s sermon by reading Proverbs 28:13. We’re continuing our sermon series, Fight Club: Handling Conflict to the Glory of God. We hope to show you this Sunday that the sixth rule of fight club is to fight to confess our sins to God and each other.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Proverbs 28:13, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) This Sunday we’ll be praying for the nation of Kazakhstan. Learn how to pray for them personally here.

4) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Ancient of Days

Offering

I Give You My Heart

Jesus Messiah

Blessed Assurance

Have a blessed Sunday! – Pastor Hopson

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How To Prepare For This Sunday, 10/14/2018

 

How can you  begin to prepare for Sunday’s sermon? By reading Matthew 18:15-20. We’re continuing our sermon series, Fight Club: Handling Conflict to the Glory of God. I hope to show you this Sunday that the fifth rule of fight club is to remember that some fights are too big to fight alone.

 

 

 

Here’s a few specific ways to prepare for Sunday:

1) Pray and ask God to work in you for His glory.

2) Read and meditate on Matthew 18:15-20, our text for Sunday’s sermon.

3) This Sunday we’ll be praying for the nation of Jordan. Learn how to pray for them personally here.

4) Below are the songs we’ll be singing on Sunday. Click on the links to learn any you don’t know so you’re prepared to sing.

Come, Now is the Time to Worship  

Defender (Call Upon the Name of the Lord)

Do It Again

Behold Our God

All Glory Be to Christ

I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday!!!

–Pastor Hopson

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