Lubbock Adventist News

Pastor’s Page March 19, 2022

It is quite interesting that, as we read various passages in the Bible, we find themes that remind us of something similar that is recorded elsewhere in scripture. For example, in the passage that we shared last week, we read that the Holy Spirit fell upon the ‘whole...

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Pastor’s Page March 12, 2022

I’ve often thought of the title to the book, “Acts of the Apostles” which in most translations of the Bible is the complete title to this special book. While some translations shorten the title to just “Acts” it is very appropriate to designate that the ministry Jesus...

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Pastor’s Page March 5, 2022

Last Sabbath we began a new series of sermon studies that will focus our attention on the work of the apostles through the power of the Holy Spirit that characterized the transition of the earthly ministry of Jesus to His new mission model of discipleship. Luke...

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Pastor’s Page February 19, 2022

There are few words in scripture that strike such a profound level of announced consequence for human words and action as the word “Woe”. Even the dictionary casts a very serious shadow with this definition: “grievous distress, affliction, or trouble”. While we have...

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Pastor’s Page February 12, 2022

Greetings dear friends and welcome to our worship experience today. It is always a blessing to come into the House of the Lord, and even more so as we gather in His Name and with His people to experience the blessing of fellowship and community. I want to give you yet...

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Pastor’s Page January 22, 2022

From the very beginning of human life on this earth we were created with a purpose. We were made for one thing, and this one thing was God’s intended purpose and yet throughout human history we have failed in fulfilling our purpose. For you see, we were created to...

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Pastor’s Page January 15, 2022

Today our sermon study takes us to the wonderful, yet challenging book of Psalms. The narrative found in this marvelous book is a combination of songs and prayers. The actual title of this book, Psalms, comes to us from the Greek Septuagint translation of the Old...

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Pastor’s Page January 8, 2022

The past two weeks have presented some of the most difficult days I have ever experienced. Many of you have heard that my son was stricken with COVID while visiting some friends in the Jackson, MS area a week or so before Christmas. While we never doubted that this...

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Pastors Page January 1, 2022

Here we are on the very first day of the year 2022. And on this day it seems appropriate to pause for a brief review of the ways that we have sensed God’s guiding presence in our lives throughout this past year and praise Him for His faithfulness. But now we turn the...

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Pastor’s Page December 25, 2021

As the Lubbock Church family gathers to worship the Greatest Gift that humankind has ever been given, many people around the globe are turning their attention to the opening of gifts and family gatherings. And while we may also experience these parts of the Christmas...

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