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Feature Friday (3/30/18)

Certainty! We all want it. It is needed quite often. Yet it is so elusive. Concrete certainty seems to be a waining reality in our world. Even well-known facts, like the earth being round, are yet again under attack and cynicism.

Skepticism, cynicism, and uncertainty seem to be praised in our day and age. Although we all seem to have this deep longing and desire for something definite, something we can be sure of, something we can believe! Which is why I love Brandon Higlemann’s timely article, “7 Reasons I Believe Jesus Rose From the Dead“.

The resurrection is one of the greatest attested to historical realities of all times. Rebels and religious people all agree, there was a man whose name was Jesus who died, was buried, and the tomb where they laid Him is now empty! Praise the Lord for this reality!

As always be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day. And if you are in our neck of the woods, we would love to have you join us Friday, Saturday, or Sunday!

Photo by Evan Dennis on Unsplash

Feature Friday (4/14/17)

It’s the most important Sunday of the year. The greatest reason for rejoicing as a believer in Jesus Christ. The single most important remembrance and reality for all Christians of all times in all places. Easter! The celebratory day in which the glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth is remembered and celebrated.

Churches everywhere will likely see an uptick in their number of visitors. Churches will most definitely have more people in their services than their average attendance. And most churches will have more people use their bathrooms on this Sunday than any other given Sunday of the year. Which is why Aaron Buer wrote a vital article addressing “Why Your Church’s Bathroom Matters“.

Enjoy the read and the challenge on how impression and discipleship go hand in hand. As always, and maybe more so than any other week, be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day! And if you are in the Newport News VA area we would love to have you join us at Denbigh Baptist Church!

Feature Friday (4/8/17)

Eggs, family, chocolate, and church. What do all of these have in common? They are typical themes or symbols that most people relate with Easter. It is a great time of celebration. A time of great fun. A time with family and friends. And for many it is a time where heading to a worship service to engage the church becomes a priority.

Most of those who attend an Easter service do so because it is something they do every Sunday. There are others however, that attend an Easter service out of tradition or because they are coming for the first time or the first time in a long time. So how can those who regularly attend a church welcome others this Easter? Check out Lifeway’s suggestions to Provide a Welcoming Environment for Your Guests this Easter.

Enjoy and as always be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day.

Feature Friday (3/25/16)

Good Friday. That title has always seemed a bit ironic to me. The day that our Lord and Savior died described as good. But as a follower of Jesus Christ I also must recognize the truth that Joseph spoke in Genesis 50:20 ,”As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good…” is ultimately seen and fulfilled and understood only at the cross of Jesus Christ. The cross represents the great horrific evils that mankind’s sin causes and punishment it deserves while yet upholding the glorious goodness of a God who sacrifices His own Son as a substitute.

Enjoy and reflect on this video as we look forward to the fulfillment of Good Friday…Resurrection Sunday.

As always be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s Day. Go celebrate!

Feature Friday (4/3/15)

EasterIf you are in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia

Join us for Easter @ Denbigh

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Join us for Resurrection Sunday at Denbigh Baptist Church. (13010 Mitchell Point Rd, NN VA 23602)

There will be three opportunities to celebrate, rejoice, and fellowship with one another.

  • 9:00AM Early Service under the youth house pavilion
  • 9:30AM FREE Contintential Breakfast in the Family Life Center
  • 10:30AM Worship Service in the auditorium

We would love to have you and your family come and celebrate this joyous occasion with us, as we remind each other and rejoice in the fact that…

“He is not here, for he has risen…” – Matthew 28:6

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