Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #8

It’s Tuesday, which normally means we would have a couple of sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas. Regrettably, there isn’t a sermon from Pastor Roger Copeland at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana this week because the church hasn’t uploaded any sermons to YouTube in four weeks. Somebody at Northern Hills is asleep at the switch! However, we do have Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaching about giving thanks to God for all of His many blessings. Thanks for the upload, Wally!

Pastor Cody Andrews – Thanks Be to God

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #7

It’s 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, exhorting husbands and fathers and wives and mothers to take a stand for Jesus Christ in their homes.

Qualifier: At the 3:18 mark of the video, brother Copeland regrettably quotes G.K. Chesterton and cites him as a “great Christian.” Chesterton (1874-1936) was actually a devout Roman Catholic who was committed to propagating Rome’s false gospel of salvation by sacramental grace and merit. I’m guessing that in his sermon preparation, Pastor Copeland grabbed the Bartlett’s from his bookshelf and selected Chesterton’s quote without realizing who he actually was. I did send off an email to Pastor Copeland to make him aware of the issue. 

Next is a sermon by Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City that expounds on the glorious truth that our Savior, Jesus Christ, is risen and He lives! ♬ …Because He lives I can face tomorrow… ♬… Because He lives, all fear is gone… ♬

Pastor Roger Copeland – Me and My House

 

Pastor Cody Andrews – Because He Lives

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #6

It’s Tuesday once again, which means we have a couple of sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas. In the first sermon, Pastor Roger Copeland at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana exhorts lukewarm believers to stop their backsliding and return to the Lord and the joy of their salvation. In the second sermon, Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaches about what it really means to surrender to God’s will rather than to follow our own desires.

Pastor Roger Copeland – Back to Bethel

 

Pastor Cody Andrews – Thy Will Be Done

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #5

It’s 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, exhorting believers to mature in their faith instead of never advancing beyond the baby Christian stage.

Next is a sermon by Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City encouraging believers to let their salvation-in-Christ light shine bright instead of hiding it under a basket.

Pastor Roger Copeland – It’s Time to Grow Up

 

Pastor Cody Andrews – Be a Light

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #4

It’s Tuesday once again, which means we have a couple of sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas. In the first sermon, Associate Pastor, Kelvin Richarson at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana expounds on the sins of King David and what we need to learn about seeking God’s forgiveness. In the second sermon, Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City uses the sorry example of King Agrippa in Acts 26 to exhort unbelievers to accept Christ and believers not to be lukewarm followers.

Pastor Kelvin Richarson – King David

 

Pastor Cody Andrews – Almost

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #3

It’s Tuesday, 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 our Great High Priest, Jesus Christ. And what a GREAT High Priest He is!

“For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who in every respect has been tempted as we are, yet without sin.” – Hebrews 4:15

Next is a sermon by Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City that examines what it means to be a Christian.

Roger Copeland – Our Great High Priest

 

Cody Andrews – What does it mean to be a Christian?

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #2

It’s Tuesday, which means we have a couple of sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas. In the first sermon, Pastor Roger Copeland at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana expounds on the sufferings of Job. In the second sermon, Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City exhorts us to wake up and walk with Christ with intentionality. Thanks to brother Wally for uploading Cody’s sermons to YouTube!

Roger Copland – The Minister of Misery

 

Cody Andrews – Are You Spiritually Sleeping?

Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #1

Many of you are aware that brother Wally over at Truth in Palmyra has opted to take a sabbatical from blogging because of his very busy schedule at this time. I’m surely missing Wally’s daily posts, but I realize a brother needs to prioritize and get at least a little rest during the day.

As a part of his weekly blogging schedule, Wally regularly posted the Sunday sermon videos from Pastor Roger Copeland at Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana, Arkansas and from Pastor Cody Andrews at Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City, Arkansas.

I really enjoyed and was blessed by both sermons each week, which I listened to while I entered long lists of data into my computer at work. After I was laid off, I enjoyed listening to the sermons while taking long walks with my iPhone and wireless earpods. Right after my wife and I were saved, we attended an independent Baptist church where we regularly sat under some lively Baptist preaching from the pastor who was from southern Ohio, so listening to brothers Roger and Cody each week brought back fond memories.

Since Wally won’t be posting the sermons for awhile, I told him I would be retrieving the sermons for myself each week. It then occurred to me that I could post both sermons for the benefit of others as well until Wally returns to the blogosphere.

So grab your ear buds and enjoy this week’s edition of some good ol’ Baptist preaching from Arkansas!

Roger Copeland – Let It Rain

 

Cody Andrews – The Three Glorious Promises