Revelation Bible Study


Join us Sunday evenings at 6:00pm beginning June 24 as we study the book of Revelation.

If you miss a week and need to play catch-up, each night’s audio will be posted online.

Click here to view an introduction to Revelation from Rev. Michael J. Frazier.

Chapter 1/Chapter 2 (June 24, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 3 /Chapter 4 (July 1, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 5/Chapter 6 (July 29, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 7 (August 5, 2012)

Chapter 8/Chapter 9 (August 12, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 10/Chapter 11 (August 26, 2012) COMING SOON

Chapter 12/Chapter 13 (September 9, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 14/Chapter 15 (September 16, 2012)  

Chapter 16 (September 23, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 17 (September 30, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 18 (October 14, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 19 (October 28, 2012) .mp3

Chapter 20 (November 4, 2012) .mp3


February Bible Study


The Pursuit: Chasing Answers to Life’s Questions will remind us what life is really like when we choose the pattern of this world rather than what God has to give; help us develop an everyday theology, showing us how to shape a Christian worldview in light of the challenges of secularism; serve as a guide for us as we seek to learn how to engage culture in an effective way; and enable us to see afresh our need for the gospel of Jesus Christ. “Can meaning in life come from outside of a God-centered universe?” Ecclesiastes may well be the most contemporary book in the Bible, speaking to the very people who are most likely to build their lives on success, wealth, power, and intellectual reputation. Repeatedly, the book points out the futility of such a way of life, urging instead that readers face their need for God.


December Epistle


The December edition of the Epistle is here! This issue covers the 2011 holiday season, includes how to contribute to our new food pantry, gives a Mission Team update, includes an article from Pastor Mike, a letter from the editor, and the chili recipe that has won our annual Chili Cook-Off two years in a row.

As always, if you have any contributions or ideas for an article, please feel free to contact someone from Media & Communication. We’re always trying to improve our publication and your ideas can help us do so.

December 2011 Epistle







“Courageous” is now playing in select theaters. 

“Filled with action-packed police drama, COURAGEOUS is the fourth film from Sherwood Pictures, the movie-making ministry of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Georgia. Riveted moviegoers will once again find themselves laughing, crying, and cheering as they are challenged and inspired by everyday heroes who long to be the kinds of dads that make a lifelong impact on their children.



Protecting the streets is second nature to these men. Raising their children in a God-honoring way? That’s courageous.

Four men, one calling: To serve and protect. As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, David Thomson, and Shane Fuller are confident and focused. Yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood.While they consistently give their best on the job, good enough seems to be all they can muster as dads. But they’re quickly discovering that their standard is missing the mark.When tragedy hits home, these men are left wrestling with their hopes, their fears, their faith, and their fathering. Can a newfound urgency help these dads draw closer to God … and to their children?”



Truth Project

Summer Bible Study

Starting June 12, join us on Sunday evenings at 6:00pm for a 13-week bible study presented by Focus on the Family.

For more information, visit:


As stated above, this is a 12-week Bible Study. The session topics are listed below to give you a better understanding of what we’ll be studying during the Truth Project.

Lesson 1 – Veritology: What is Truth?

The Truth Project begins by defining truth as “that which corresponds to reality.” This absolute and eternal truth, at the heart of Jesus’ mission on earth, continues to be the focal point of the Cosmic Battle in our own time.

Lesson 2 – Philosophy and Ethics: Says Who?

Truth is not simply an academic concept. The way we think about truth has a direct bearing upon the way we live our lives. What’s more, our understanding of right and wrong is directly dependent on our worldview: is the universe God’s creation or a closed cosmic cube?

Lesson 3 – Anthropology: Who is Man?

The Bible tells us that man was created in God’s image but fell from innocence through sin. Modern psychology, on the other hand, asserts that man is inherently good and behaves badly only under the influence of social or institutional pressure. This lesson explores the implications of both views.

Lesson 4 – Theology: Who is God?

Eternal life, according to Jesus, is knowing God in an intimate, personal, and relational way. Such knowledge, which is possible only because of divine revelation, transforms us from the inside out as we begin to see ourselves in the light of His majesty and holiness.

Lesson 5 – Science: What is True?

Science, the “systematic study of the natural world,” brings to light innumerable evidences of Intelligent Design. But Darwinian theory transforms science from the honest investigation of nature into a vehicle for propagating a godless philosophy. (Part One)

A careful examination of molecular biology and the fossil record demonstrates that evolution is not a “proven fact.” Meanwhile, history shows that ideas, including Darwinism as a social philosophy, have definite consequences – consequences that can turn ugly when God is left out of the picture. (Part Two)

Lesson 6 – History: Whose Story?

Does the past have an objective actuality and significance? Or does it, as postmodernist philosophy asserts, exist primarily inside our heads? This tour considers the meaning of history as God’s story and shows us why remembering is so important.

Lesson 7 – Sociology: The Divine Imprint

The order we observe in the natural realm is even more apparent in the social systems God has established: family, church, community, state, labor, and the union between God and man. Life is a series of relationships that flow out of and reflect the Trinitarian nature of the Creator.

Lesson 8 – Unio Mystica: Am I Alone?

Is it possible for the infinite, eternal Creator to dwell within the heart of an individual? The implications of this great mystery, which represents the very core of the Christian faith, are explored at length in this examination of the most intimate of the social spheres.

Lesson 9 – The State: Whose Law?

Of all the social spheres, the state, to which God grants the power of the sword for the punishment of evil and the preservation of the good, has the greatest potential to go awry if it oversteps its authority. The civil magistrate must always remember his place under the sovereignty of God – otherwise, havoc will ensue.

Lesson 10 – The American Experiment: Stepping Stones

America is unique in the history of the world. On these shores a people holding to a biblical worldview have had an opportunity to set up a system of government designed to keep the state within its divinely ordained boundaries. Tour #10 follows the history of this experiment and explores what happens to freedom when God is forgotten.

Lesson 11 – Labor: Created to Create

Contrary to a great deal of contemporary popular opinion, work is not a “curse.” God Himself is active and creative, and He calls man to share in the joy of His activity and creativity. Labor, economics, media, and the creative arts all have a role to play in magnifying the glory of the Creator.

Lesson 12 – Community and Involvement: God Cares, do I?

The ethical law and the meaning of the Christian life are summed up in the commandment to love God and one’s neighbor. This command is the source of the believer’s motivation for self-sacrificial service to the needy and their personal involvement in our culture.