Central Haywood Church of Christ

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The Gospel: Learning to obey Jesus in baptism

In John 2:1-11, we have an amazing story of the first recorded miracle of Jesus. Of all the miracles Jesus performed in his ministry the very first was turning water into wine for a wedding feast. During this wedding feast… Continue Reading →

The Value of Mom

I want to share something with you. I have always struggled with Mother’s Day. It has always been hard and brings up painful feelings for me. You see, my mom was never around for the majority of my life. When… Continue Reading →

The Gospel: learning to hear Jesus

In today’s bulletin article we are going to continue our series on the Gospel. In this series I want to get back to the state of mind and heart that is necessary for a person to want to be saved…. Continue Reading →

Is obedience to Jesus even necessary?

I read an article the other day that really caught me off guard. I was settled into a relatively difficult article on the many different aspects of salvation when the author shocked me. I backed up to the beginning of… Continue Reading →

Because I said so!

I always hated hearing my dad tell me “because I said so.” He would tell me to do something and instead of just doing what he asked I would protest. Why I couldn’t just do what he asked is beyond… Continue Reading →

Drawing near to God

The process of drawing near to God is not something that is meant to be difficult. God has every intention for His creation to be close to Him. In fact, when God created man (Gen. 1:18) with no one like… Continue Reading →

Being Good Enough

The more time I spend with Jesus reflecting on His priorities and His teachings the more I want to be like Him. Jesus had a way of stripping away all the uselessness that typically weighs us down. I see in… Continue Reading →

Seven Problems with an Activity-Driven Church

(I am going to share with you an article I read and I think is especially relevant to the church in the 21st century. We have reached a place in churches where we equate busyness with holiness. The author’s information… Continue Reading →

Hope for Eternity

Hope is amazing. It is one of those things that is hard to find and it’s hard to hold onto, but when we do it gives us the strength and desire to keep working toward our goals. In fact hope… Continue Reading →

Buried in the ground

Joshua 7 The book of Joshua is an exciting and challenging book to read. Sometimes I get so caught up in the events and the stories that it is a hard book to put down. Within the book we have… Continue Reading →

Online Correspondence Courses

Today we are very excited to announce that we have online correspondence courses available on our website. You can find them by clicking on this link “Online Bible Correspondence Courses”. We are very grateful to Truth for the World for allowing… Continue Reading →

The Preachers and Preaching Needed

By Benjamin Franklin We want no mere excitement about a man, nor after a man, who, as Simon the sorcerer, induces the people to think that he is some great one. We want the clear, solid, and telling preaching of… Continue Reading →

Better Than Being Resolute

It’s that time of year again, yea that’s right, its New Year’s again. It’s hard to believe that it’s already 2014. Seems like just yesterday we were packing to move to the greatest state in the country. That was 4… Continue Reading →

What is the gospel?

The true message of Jesus and the season. Being a few days before Christmas, I want us to reflect on the true meaning of the word “Gospel.” Some might be wondering what I am thinking but bear with me and… Continue Reading →

A Time to Rejoice

Church, this time of year should fill us with joy. Our Savior, our great God, came to earth and was born in a nowhere town, to nowhere parents, and spent His life on earth serving people that no one else… Continue Reading →

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