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Dec
24

New Blog: To You!

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People that enjoy giving gifts will have a sufficient supply of wrapping paper and gift labels. The gift labels have two words on them and they are "to" and "from". The "to" identifies who the gift is for and the "from" identified the giver. In Luke 2:1-20 we have the story ... Continue

Dec
17

New Blog: I’m Thankful for the Present!

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On Christmas Day many people will open gifts and be excited about what they get. However, do we realize the greatest gift that was given allows us to move from darkness into the marvelous light?  We did not deserve this gift nor did we ask for it. This gift came ... Continue

Dec
11

New Blog: I Care About You!

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One of the greatest lessons Jesus teaches us is to have compassion for one another. When we have experienced what He has done for us, there is no way we can keep it to ourselves. At Board Rock Baptist Church we have a mandate that states "we teach one to ... Continue

Nov
26

New Blog: No More Limits!

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At Church we always hear people talk about the power of God. We also need to know there is no limit to God's power. What restricts the ability of the Church to excel is thinking God only works in a specific way. In Matthew 8:5-13 a centurion appealed to Jesus ... Continue

Oct
10

New Blog: Can You See the Sign?

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Within our society we see signs to direct the flow of traffic. We see signs to let us know when we are entering a city, and signs to identify the streets. We see signs on the highway letting us know if there is an accident ahead. There are signs to ... Continue

Oct
1

New Blog: I’m At Peace!

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[caption id="attachment_10017" align="alignnone" width="300"] A white dove carries the olive branch of peace[/caption] The one thing many people are seeking is peace. Peace at home, on the job, amongst family members and in church. The real question is why are you seeking peace? Because the current conditions in your life keep ... Continue

Sep
25

New Blog: I’m In a Good Place! A Series on Noah

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  Genesis chapter 7 describes  Noah boarding   the animals on the ark, because the Lord is going to make it rain. In verse 16 we learn  once Noah, family, and animals were in the ark the Lord shut him in. After Noah had completed the task of loading all the animals, ... Continue

Aug
31

New Blog: Pastor Kevin Cook was on WRIC 8 News 8/30/2017!

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Richmond faith leaders share responsibilities of church during crisis   By Aaron ThomasPublished: August 30, 2017, 10:25 pm Updated: August 30, 2017, 11:09 pm http://wric.com/2017/08/30/richmond-faith-leaders-share-responsibilities-of-church-during-crisis/ All content, photos, and video below cited and sourced from WRIC 8 News. Pastor Kevin Cook of Broad Rock Baptist Church said his church is all about giving back. “We ... Continue

Aug
28

New Blog: It’s Harvest Time!

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For the first time at our Church we had a community garden, and we had a team plant various vegetables and fruit. Once everything was planted we had a team responsible for working and harvesting the garden. The garden was a success and the members and community benefited from all ... Continue

Aug
1

New Blog:Feel God’s Presence

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There are times in life we feel we've been blindsided by situations and circumstances. When these things happen, we begin to wonder what have we done to cause it?  Then we become frustrated, angry, and begin to drop our heads, because we don't understand. This is how David felt when ... Continue