April 20-23
Equipped is a workshop designed to build conviction, commitment, constructive ways to serve Christ.

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Bible Classes for All Ages

Every Wednesday night has been set aside for mid-week Bible study and a devotional for the whole church and guests. You can expect the following schedule: Bible classes are available for all ages. This time is used to study God’s Word, and to encourage each other in our daily walk with God. Note: See our Bible Class information for available classes and subjects (40 minutes). As a group, we then meet in the auditorium for a devotional, which consists of…
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Sunday Morning Worship and Bible Classes

What to Expect Visiting a new church can be intimidating. When you’re our guest at the Lehman Avenue Church of Christ, you will never be asked to stand up and introduce yourself, or do any other activity that makes you feel uncomfortable. We’d just love to have you! We want you to feel comfortable when you visit us for worship services, so here is a brief summary of what you can expect from a typical service with us: Praying:  We are…

I’m New Here

We welcome you to visit this Sunday…

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Radical Jesus

Was Jesus “radical?” The word carries a lot of political baggage nowadays, as it is used to describe extremism. Lately, I’ve heard this word being used to describe Jesus and his teachings relative to the religious customs of his time. Some of these were used to criticize “traditional” Christianity, suggesting that conservative Christianity is pharisaic and contrary to the radical spirit of Jesus who challenged the religious elites of his day. So, was Jesus radical? It is true that Jesus…

Everyone Can “Do” Evangelism

Pray, specifically, about having opportunities to share your faith. Think about the people in the various places you spend your time and ask God for inroads with these individuals specifically. Pray for courage, wisdom, and your words (cf. Col. 4:2-6). Pray for their hearts. Pray to pick opportune times to approach them. Cultivate your fields. Spend time thinking about who you have or can build a relationship with. That will be your area of greatest success. Be involved in their…

A Brief Orientation For Our Upcoming EQUIPPED Workshop

On the Lehman web page, there is an FAQ for our upcoming workshop, April 20-23, right here at the building. Registration continues to climb every day. Please take a moment to do so, if you haven’t already. Consider this article to be a supplement to the information there. Perhaps you, your parents, or grandparents watch(ed) Jeopardy growing up. One of the distinct features of the show was that there were answer clues, and contestants had to supply the questions. I…

God’s Unique Use of Senior Saints

It is interesting to read the Bible and see God using people of various ages to serve him. We sometimes say, “God can use anyone to accomplish his will”, and this is true. However, it is fascinating to read the Bible and notice that God often did some of his greatest work with those in their senior years. God commissioned Noah to build the ark and save the human race around his six- hundredth birthday (Gen. 7:6). Abram was seventy-five…