It's obvious that we live in divided and divisive times. If we're not careful, the church will begin to mirror culture. Division will creep in quickly--and church history about division isn't encouraging, either. This week, we'll look at how we, at Burns, can stay together in times that keep us apart. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you, Matthew for helping me cop a little better with having to deny myself personal contact with family and friends. However, I must say, I do not watch services in my p j's. It is important to feel I have prepared myself to meet in worship dressed as I would at any worship service. You do a wonderful job spreading God's word. I am always anxious to hear you after I have completed watching our services at Ripley. God bless you.
......that is to say, "cope" a little better.
Praying for all of Gods true church’s🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Wow..Just Wow !!!!! Thank You
Hello church family 😍
Mike and Mae are watching with you ❤️
Hope everyone has a great rest of the day!
Good morning everyone
Good morning! I get to watch with you today! :)
Good to get to be here and see you guys virtually :)
Thanks Wes Torrence Bowker for a *historic* communion talk :)
Ask any preacher you know, and they will tell you that they have favorite sermons. What is really unfortunate, though, is that seldom are our favorite sermons anyone else's favorites. So take this post with a grain (or shaker?) of salt. Your mileage may vary! I hate self-promotion, so please forgive me if I come across that way. Each year, there are a few sermons that I just really enjoy....
When it seems like everything else falls apart, 1 Corinthians 13 reminds us that love never fails. Join us for the first worship gathering of 2021 as James Hinkle brings our message! ... See MoreSee Less