Romans is placed first among Paul’s letters in the New Testament not only because it is his longest work, but because it also furnishes a massive and basic theological frame-work for the whole collection of the apostle’s writings. Consisting of some 7100 words in total, 160...Read More
The 96th Thesis? Good question. Listen to the sermon from Sunday October 30 to find out what this is all about. The 96th Thesis: Only Believers Should Be Baptized () Michael O'Brien, October 30, 2016 Part of the General series, preached at a Sunday Morning service Tags:...Read More
The Acts 242 Small Groups began September 11, meeting in homes across the Lynchburg area bi-monthly. Discussions are based on the current Sunday morning sermon, allowing for fellowship and deeper reflection upon the Word of God. Sign up below to be placed in one of our groups....Read More
The Minor Prophets, first used by Augustine, were giant arrows pointing to the Lord Jesus Christ. If you read through the minor prophets a great Christology emerges. The hope of restoration from all the injustice in the land and the false teaching is always from Jesus Christ....Read More
We are a conservative congregation seeking to glorify God in all things and promote His supremacy world-wide. By God’s grace we seek to be a church body whose ministry focus and philosophy is God-centered and not man-centered. God’s main goal is to glorify Himself, and we are privileged to be able to have a part in that. If God should lead you to visit or join us in promoting His glory and supremacy world-wide then we would be overjoyed.
First Worship Service
• Sojourners (With children)
• Young Puritans (Ages 13-18)
• Junior Spurgeons (Ages 10-12)
• Children’s Classes (Nursery-9)
Second Worship Service
• Children’s Question &
• Berean (Seniors)
• Aletheia (Adults without children)
• The Knot (Young Married)
• Charis (College & Career)
Summer Praise & Fellowship
God is the Gospel
by John Piper
This book is a plea that God himself, as revealed most clearly and fully in Jesus’s death and resurrection, be seen and enjoyed as the final and greatest gift of the gospel.
The gospel of Jesus and his many precious blessings are not ultimately what makes the good news good, but means of seeing and savoring the Savior himself. Forgiveness is good because it opens the way to enjoying God himself. Justification is good because it wins access to the presence and pleasure of God himself. Eternal life is good because it becomes the everlasting enjoyment of Jesus.