Pastor’s Page 11/21/20

Over the past couple of months we have explored the counsel and blessings that the apostle Paul extended to the various churches with which he was associated throughout Asia Minor and parts of the Roman Empire. His greetings to each one are consistent in celebrating...

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As Christians, it should come as no surprise to any of us that we are engaged in what we often refer to as the Great Controversy. Before Adam and Eve were even created, the forces of evil had designs on God’s creative masterpiece, to attack the man and the woman who...

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This week we will continue our study of Paul’s letter to the believers in Ephesus. We have explored through the middle of Chapter 4 and have been reminded of the amazing commitment that Paul had to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles. Paul was a Jew...

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Over the past several weeks we have been reminded that the Letters of Paul provide powerful counsel on multiple themes that were not only important to the early church, but that remain very relevant for us today. We see his powerful comments about the love of God, we...

For Pastor Phil Robertson

It is a great privilege to welcome a group of students from Southwestern Adventist University to lead us in worship today. These students have come to Lubbock with a very special mission on their hearts…to lift up the name of Jesus. It is exciting that they have...

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Our study in Ephesians has been a wonderful inspiration and vivid reminder of what the apostle shares for the benefit of God’s people, His Church. We have reviewed the contrast of what we were like before we were impacted by the power of the Gospel, and we have...