Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #12

Yes, it’s two-fer-Tuesday my friends, which means two new sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas.

First, we have have Pastor Roger Copeland at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana, preaching about Jesus Christ being the Anchor of our lives. Friend, if you aren’t trusting in Jesus Christ as your Savior by faith alone, you have NO anchor in this crazy world and NO hope for the future.

Speaking of crazy, the world is still recovering from Christmas commercialism-mania, but in the second message, Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaches about the real reason why Jesus Christ came to this world (and it wasn’t to inspire Christmas romance soap opera dramas on the Hallmark Channel).

Pastor Roger Copeland – The Anchor Holds


Pastor Cody Andrews – Christmas Message – From the Cradle to the Cross

38 thoughts on “Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #12

    1. Thanks! You actually got me thinking about my next anniversary post. If I kept things the same, most of the posts on my next Top 25 list will be some of the same older ones that continue to bounce around the internet. Maybe I’ll list the Top 25 written in the previous 12 months as you did. It’s a complex decision. I already need an aspirin! 😓

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      1. I’m thinking for the next anniversary post of mine (14 year mark) of doing the top 10 of all time which is interesting because those are not necessarily popular or viewed much today; maybe that’s an idea too? So many decisions lol

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      2. 🤯 Argh! My brain can’t handle the complexity! It’s like a weekend conference on the nuances of Van Tilian apologetics. 🤔

        BTW, Happy New Year’s Eve to you! Do you folks out in SoCal get to watch the Times Square ball drop early at 9pm or do they tape delay it for you? 9pm is when I’ll be going to bed. 😴

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      1. Got my sleeveless vest jacket on right now…indoors! That’s life in ROC. Tonight my bride and I are going to usher in the new year watching Elia Kazan’s first film, “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” (1945). That’s right! After three years, it’s time to cycle through Kazan’s films again.

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