Please join us in an emotional, yet biblically sound study of God’s word with Wilson Adams, from Murfreesboro, TN. Lessons will focus on real life trials that we face and how it ties to our God and Savior Jesus Christ.
The following are the topics for each lesson:
- Sunday 9 AM – The Terror of Randomness – Searching for sense in tragedy…
- Sunday 11 AM – Lord, Do You Not Care That We Perish?
- Monday 7 PM – Everyone Has a Story
- Tuesday 7 PM – In God We Trust -Are you sure?
- Wednesday 7 PM – Finding HOPE for Tomorrow
We hope you enjoyed the lessons presented by our brother in Christ (Don Bunting, from Upper West Manhattan, NY) in a series of lessons he did during September 12-15, 2010. The focus of these God-given messages was on the apostle Paul’s letters to various churches serving to encourage and strengthen our faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
- Class @ 9:00 AM ~ Survey of the letters in the journeys of Paul.
- Sunday @ 10:00 AM ~ Ephesians: What the church is really about.
- Sunday @ 11:00 AM ~ Galatians: To churches beginning to stray – get back on track.
- Monday @ 7:00 PM ~ Corinthians: The source and solution to most church problems.
- Tuesday @ 7:00 PM ~ Philippians: Serving the Lord in all joy.
- Wednesday @ 7:00 PM ~ Thessalonians: Be faithful, the Lord is coming.
While the rest of the nation will simply be celebrating our nation’s independence, we will be celebrating our spiritual independence through the blood of Jesus Christ on July 4. However, the Franklin Church will also be starting a new segment of it’s life and work.
Mitch Davis and his family will be starting their work with us. We are extremely excited to have Mitch join our fellowship. We know his sincerity and his desire to glorify God through teaching God’s will. II Timothy 4:1-2 gives Mitch the charge to preach the word, ready in season and out of season to reprove, rebuke, and exhort us with patience and teaching. We are certain Mitch will fulfill that charge and help us grow in our work and ministering.
We invite any and all to join us, not simply to meet Mitch and his family, but rather to hear the gospel preached in simplicity and sincerity. Join us as we continue our work in glorifying God (cf. Ephesians 3:20-21).
Welcome Mitch and family!