We are happy that you have found our website. If you are interested in a private Bible study with someone in the Batesville area, you can leave a message at the office (793-6700) and someone will return your call soon. You may ask any question you have, and we will open the Bible to find God’s answer so you can read it for yourself. Or, email us at TruthAndReason[AT]suddenlink[DOT]net If you want to know more about us before contacting us personally, then we invite you to visit us anytime we assemble or read the lessons on this site, and ask any question about what you see or hear.

Come study the Bible with us on Wednesday nights at 7PM. We are now studying the spiritual condition of various families in the book of Judges. We are learning that our lives and problems today are not so different than theirs were. Please join us and bring your Bible. Click on “Free Bible Class Lessons”  at the top of the page for a copy of the lesson sheets.

Have you read our articles in Arkansas Weekly? What topics would you like to read about in this weekly column? Write and tell us! To read about other basic topics click on “Topics For Study” near the top of this page (evolution, the home, your salvation, etc).

Current articles:
Hebrews 7:14   Hebrews 7:14 & Silence   Heb. 7:14 & New Law  Heb. 7:14 & Priesthood

The Criminal On The Cross (article)  Contact us for a free CD of this lesson or listen to it now—

John The Baptist  A summary of his life and lessons for today.
Church Business & Jesus’ Gift s (1)  What does Ephesians 4:11-16 say on this topic?
Church Business & Jesus’ Gifts (2)  Are churches who host parties (Valentine’s Day, senior’s dinners, or retirement receptions, etc) doing the church’s business?

  Recent Series: There Is One Baptism: Water Or Holy Spirit (1)  There is One Baptism: Water Or Holy Spirit (2)   There is One Baptism: Water or Spirit? (3)
— Charts on The One Baptism: Water Or Holy Spirit? (in .pdf format; contact us for an outline, audio copy of this lesson, with comments and questions, or for a private Bible study)

 Other articles of general interest and importance:
* Who Is JesusWho Do Men Say I Am?   Who Do You Say I Am?
* Marriage  and  God’s Grace & Marriage Laws 
First Things: Understand God’s Word  Man  Worship

Read more about “Fellowship Halls“–  Who Put Fellowship In Fellowship Halls?

Unfamiliar Bible Words: Church: Part 1   Part 2   Part 3
Three Views of the Local Church: God’s View   The World’s View  Christian’s Views 

— If you have comments, questions, or requests regarding our articles in The Arkansas Weekly  or anything on this website, you may EMAIL us at TruthAndReason[AT]suddenlink[DOT]net or call us (870 793-6700).


2 Responses to Welcome

  1. Ruth says:

    What do you call the area where you worship?
    Also where in the bible does it say you should have church on Wednesday night

    • qvco8457 says:

      I hope you received my private response when you originally wrote, but for all who might be interested–
      We have no official name for the room where we assemble for public worship (just like there is no such official name in Scripture). Sometimes I call it an auditorium, like any room used for a gathering might be called. Consider that in Acts 20:7-8, Luke identifies the place where the disciples gathered on the first day of the week as “the upper room.” That’s not a spiritually-significant term—just a simple way to identify the place where they met. We do likewise.
      Today, there are no holy robes, holy priests (other than all saints 1 Pet. 2:5), holy vessels for holy water, etc. or sanctuaries. These things were all “shadows” in the Old Covenant that preceded Christ and His New Covenant. My words and explanation may not be completely clear. Read Hebrews 8:1-6 (and Hebrews 9:9-11), and the words of the Holy Spirit there will help you see the difference I am referring to.
      Regarding an assembly on Wednesday night, each congregation may decide how often throughout the week to meet. Sometimes, a church may assemble every day, like they did in Jerusalem (Acts 2:46). Where there is no choice, is that God’s people and churches must assemble on the Lord’s Day, the first day of the week (Acts 20:7; 1 Cor. 16:2; Rev. 1:10).
      Good questions. Thank you for writing, and I hope you’ll write again.

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