By wsbt | August 28, 2014
Why do we use only the KJV Bible? Please join with us Sunday, September 14th at 6:30pm to find out why. This description is taken from Dr. S.M. Davis’ website solvefamilyproblems.org.
“On this 65 minute wide-screen DVD with 276 powerful onscreen graphics, Dr. S.M. Davis deals kindly, plainly and simply with one of the most important foundational issues of our day: Which Bible version should we use? He explains:
I use only the King James Version of the Bible BECAUSE:
I have verses that say God would preserve His Word.
I have faith that preserved His Word, just like I have faith that God gave His Word.
Of the text from which the KJV was translated.
Of the Critical Text from which virtually all other versions of the Bible have come.
Of the method of translation the King James translators used.
I need a Bible that even a child can read and understand.
I need a pure, living, inspired Bible from which I can study and preach.
THIS MESSAGE IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON DVD BECAUSE OF THE POWERFUL IMPACT OF THE GRAPHICS.
Click here for a preview.
By wsbt | August 21, 2014
Faith is the ability to not panic. (With God, all things are possible)
If you worry, you didn’t pray. If you pray, don’t worry. (This is very important in regards to test taking)
As a child of God, prayer is kind of like calling home everyday. (Going away to college? Keep in touch with your parents, and your Savior daily)
Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape. (Doing it over again and again until the teacher says its right)
A grudge is a heavy thing to carry. (You are responsible for your own actions)
School for the Academy starts Monday the 25th!
By wsbt | August 14, 2014
In every prayer I offer God,
I will never forget to say
How very happy and thankful I am
That He cares for me each day.
There isn’t a second, a minute, or hour
that He is not close by,
To laugh with me in all my joy
or hold me when I cry.
He shares my pain and calms my fears,
Makes me strong when I am weak
He gave me His Son when
I was not worthy
and the Bible for His words to seek.
To nourish my body He gives me food,
the Holy Spirit to feed my soul,
and in so many other wonderful ways
He keeps my life in loving control
So how can I not be grateful
and in each and every prayer
tell Him how very much I love Him
and give thanks because He cares.
By wsbt | July 30, 2014
1. Never worry over rumors or what “they say”, first, get the facts.
2. Know definitely your worry problems, write it down, face it.
3. Worry about only one problem at a time.
4. Set a definite day, afternoon, or night for worrying.
5. Never worry in bed, in the dining room, living room or at church.
6. Select an air-conditioned room ,lean back in an easy chair.
7. Set a time limit. If you must go beyond it, give yourself credit for time and a half.
8. Never worry with a frowning face. Smile, sing or whistle.
9. Never worry when you are tired, sick, angry or depressed.
10. Never worry while working, playing, visiting or shopping.
11. Two times never to worry: (a) when you can help the situation; (b) when you cannot.
12. Never worry alone. Take it to the Lord.
In other words, never worry!
By wsbt | July 17, 2014
1. Listen without interrupting. Prov. 18
2. Speak without accusing. James 1:19
3. Give without sparing. Prov. 21:26
4. Pray without ceasing. Col. 1:9
5. Answer without arguing. Prov. 17:1
6. Share without pretending. Eph. 4:15
7. Enjoy without complaint. Phil. 2:14
8. Trust without wavering. 1 Cor. 13:7
9. Forgiving without punishing. Col. 3:13
10. Promise without forgetting. Prov. 13:12
By wsbt | July 3, 2014
Red Skelton tells about a teacher he had when he was in the 7th grade:
“We were reciting the pledge of allegiance one day, our teacher, Mr. Laswell walked over and said, ‘I’ve been listening to you boys and girls recite the pledge of allegiance all semester and it seems that it has become monotonous for you.
If I may, may I recite it and try to explain to you the meaning of each word:
I- Me, an individual, a committee of one.
Pledge- Dedicate all of my worldly goods to give without self pity.
Allegiance- My love and my devotion.
To the flag- Our standard Old Glory, a symbol of freedom, wherever she waves, there’s respect because your loyalty has given her a dignity that shouts, freedom is everybody’s job.
United- That means that we have all come together .
States- Individual communities that have united into 48 great states. Forty eight individual communities with pride and dignity and purpose. All divided with imaginary boundaries, yet united to a common purpose: and that’s love for country.
And to the Republic- Republic: a state in which sovereign power is invested in representatives chosen by the people to govern. And government is the people and it’s from the people to the leaders, not from the leaders to the people.
For which it stands-
One nation- One nation meaning, so blessed by God.
Indivisible- Incapable of being divided.
With Liberty- Which is freedom. The right of power to live one’s own life without threats, fear, or some sort of retaliation.
And justice- The principle or qualities of dealing fairly with others.
For all- For all, which means boys and girls, it’s as much your country as it is mine.
Since I was a small boy, two states have been added to our country and two words have been added to the pledge of allegiance: UNDER GOD. Wouldn’t it be a pity if someone said ,”that is a prayer”, and that would be eliminated from schools too?”
Pray for America!
By wsbt | June 24, 2014
We will be celebrating our Church’s 36th Anniversary this Sunday and are so excited how God has blessed us throughout the years.
Our first service was Sunday, June 28th, 1978 in a small office building on Castellano street.
Nine people, the Pastor and his family and Missionary Eldon Tudor and his family, were present.
On January 28th, 1979, we formed our Charter Membership with 37 members. The only active members today are Pastor , Marilyn and Michelle. We met in another small office building on Sunland Park, then rented a building on Festival St. for a while. We then rebuilt a building on Shorty Lane in March of 1980 while we saved money for our land and building. We moved into our permanent location in November of 1992.
We have had 9 of our men surrender to God’s work. We have also started 7 Outreach Ministries which are:
- Missions Program
-Rescue Mission Ministry (not currently active)
- Westside Baptist Temple Academy (just finished our 19th year!)
We pray for the completion of our gym and for the safety of those working on it. Thank you to all who are a part and have been a part of our wonderful Church Family. Make sure your family and friends know where you go to church and bring them with you!
We have lots of pictures on our Facebook site. Check them out!
This is our Pastor and wife, Carl & Marilyn Chitwood:
And our Assistant Pastor and school Principal and his wife Bro. Bob & Linda Babnick:
By wsbt | June 3, 2014
1. Thou shalt hold no other group more important that the family unit, in all thy ways being faithful to it.
2. Thou shalt teach thy sons and daughters to love, respect, and obey their parents.
3. Thou shalt be a loving and considerate husband.
4. Thou shalt not speak in a manner unbecoming to a Christian gentleman.
5. Thou shalt, by example, make Sunday a special day set aside for God and for worship as a family.
6. Thou shalt provide for thy family-spiritually and physically- in an adequate manner.
7. Thou shalt promote and lead family worship in thy home.
8. Thou shalt be honest in all thy dealings.
9. Thou shalt respect the desires and freedoms of thy family as individuals.
10. Thou shalt be the head of thy household, while ruling it with love.
By wsbt | May 8, 2014
Please join us Sunday, June 1st at 11am & 6:30pm to hear Steve Weatherford.
The following text is taken from Steve’s website:
“As some of you know, in May -2013 Lily Fern Weatherford decided to retire from touring in the Weatherfords after 70 years, It’s a break well deserved. I have decided to continue to tour and sing as much as the Lord will allow. I have been asked if I am going to start a Quartet or go out as a Soloist. My answer is simple. I’m going out on my own until I’m at the point where the Lord sends the right people and the right environment for a Quartet or even a trio. I’m not quite ready for that. But I have prepared my whole life to be where I am now. I am enjoying life and being with my family and getting chances to sing at some of the places we have always gone, as well as getting some opportunities to go to new places. I have always tried to let the Lord lead in what I do. I am thankful beyond measure for those who have supported me in my continuation. I could not do it without you. Some have helped financially , some have offered to find a place will to host a concert and MANY have sent up prayers and for that I am deeply grateful. I do have a whole new program, I still sing a few of the classics that folks love to hear. I’ve added several songs from the old days that I have not done in years. I’ve also added some new songs to the program I’ve always wanted to sing, songs that have blessed me over the years. I really enjoy them. I think you will too. “
We are so excited to share in this new chapter in the Weatherford history and pray that you’ll be here too!
For more information on the Weatherfords, please go to their website
By wsbt | May 1, 2014
Godly parents leave an unforgettable impression on their families. This is often evidenced by the love and respect they receive from their children. Take,for example, the thoughtfulness William McKinley showed to his mother. As a lawyer, congressman, Governor of Ohio, and President of the United States, he kept in touch with her every day. When he did not see her, he wrote or telegraphed. In mid-October of 1897, he quietly left the White House and took a train to Canton just so he could walk to church with her again. When she became ill, he arranged to have a special train standing by at full steam, ready to take him to her bedside. Then one night she did call for him. Immediately he wired, “Tell Mother I’ll be there.” Mrs. McKinley died December 12, 1897, in the arms of her 54 yr old sol. Her gentle, Christian virtues helped mold the President’s character, for when he was gunned down in Buffalo, New York, about 4 years later, he showed no bitterness toward his assassin. With Christian courage he said, “God’s will be done.”
Before he died, he asked to hear once again the hymn “Nearer, My God to Thee,” which his Mother had taught him. Perhaps you too have been blessed with a Chrstian heritage. But unlike McKinley, you have strayed from God. Let the precious memories of that special person in your life, who all these years has been pointing you to God, awaken in your heart a new desire to live for Him.
Do not turn your back on the influence of your godly Mother.