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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…

Summer Series: Building Balanced Believers

Schedule June 1 — “Through Joy” (John DeBerry / Memphis, TN) June 8 — “Through Service” (Maurice Williams / Henderson, TN) June 15 — “Through Rest (Dan Chambers / Brentwood, TN) June 22 — “Through Worship” (Dale Pollard / Tompkinsville, KY) June 29 — “Through Repentance” (Bart Warren / Glasgow, KY) July 6 — “Through Prayer” (Justin Rogers / Henderson, TN) July 13 — “Through Study” (Eric Garner / Ooltewah, TN) July 20 — “Through Assurance” (Ty Rhymes / Florence,…
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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…

Church Blog

The Christian’s Response to Truth

Concerning the relationship between truth and change, Tolstoy wrote, “I know that most men — not only those considered clever, but even those who are very clever and capable of understanding the most difficult scientific, mathematical, or philosophic problems — can seldom discern even the simplest and most obvious truth if it be that such as obliges them to admit the falsity of conclusions they have formed, perhaps with much difficulty — conclusions of which they are proud, which they…

The Overlooked Discipline

What are spiritual disciplines? These are practices found in Scripture that help us with our spiritual development and growth. Bible intake, prayer, and meditation are some examples. Ideally, Christians who desire spiritual growth would engage in these disciplines on a regular basis. There is, however, one particular spiritual discipline that we often overlook. In fact, it might not even strike us initially as being a discipline. The most interesting part is that this is something that Jesus did often in…

“GM”

I make the notation “GM” along with the date and place on my sermons to indicate that I preached that sermon in a gospel meeting. It is one of my homemade preacher shorthand notations. Growing up a “PK” (“preacher’s kid,” of course), I’ve got a lot of GM memories. I would not trade anything for them, especially the indelible imprint they made on me in shaping the adult I have become. Let me encourage you to bring your children and…

Spiritual Fitness

“Hypertrophy” refers to the enlargement of organs or tissues due to the increase in the size of its cells. This phenomenon is undesirable in certain contexts (e.g. hypertrophic cardiomyopathy—the condition in which the heart muscle becomes abnormally thick and obstructs the pumping of blood), but it is an important concept in the case of general muscle growth. Our body repairs/replaces damaged muscle fibers by fusing fibers together to form new ones. This process increases the number of fibers as well…