Truth from Arkansas! Sunday Sermon Series, #137

Today, in our ongoing “Truth from Arkansas” series, we’re featuring two new sermons from the brethren down under.

First, we have Pastor Roger Copeland of Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana, preaching from 2 Timothy 1:5 on “A Mom’s Legacy of Faith.”

Next, we have Pastor Cody Andrews of Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaching from Romans 1:1-7 on “Why We Are Servants.”

Both of these sermons were delivered on Sunday, May 8.

Pastor Roger Copeland – A Mom’s Legacy of Faith

Pastor Cody Andrews – Why We Are Servants

15 thoughts on “Truth from Arkansas! Sunday Sermon Series, #137

  1. Good Mother’s day message from Pastor Copeland. Good point beginning with question of what legacy we will leave, not just for moms. Good examples he gave too and also encouraging and exhorting at the same time. We should want our kids to know JEsus!

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      1. Also: my day is going well. Tonight for apologetics study it will be questions and answers since I covered a lot the last two months and realized I need some to catch up with questions. So easy dAy today, still reading an apologetics book to be in an apologetics mode though. I love reading!!!

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      2. Wow I imagine it is a workout! I feel that similar way with refuting alleged Bible contradictions. Sometimes its so blatantly bad I have to take a step back breath and then work on untangling their messy reasoning

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      3. I get that exactly. Broussard is so painstakingly scrupulous in building RC-ism’s case for Petrine primacy and authority from Matthew 16:18 that his arguments in chapters 1 and 2 would embarrass the craftiest Jesuit. For chapter 2 my rebuttal was pretty much no rebuttal. I can’t respond to ridiculous sophistry. Next week he begins to get into the meat of Matthew 16:18 and I’ll have plenty to say.

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      4. Thanks, brother! I’ll definitely be working harder to counter Broussard’s false claims than Kreeft’s “shoot from the hip” philosophizing.

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