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Time Change, November 1st

Turn back your clocks Saturday night, and get (in theory) an extra hour of sleep. If you forget, unlike past years due to COVID, you won’t get a chance to enjoy a cup of coffee with me at church when you arrive early, so pick your own up on the […]


A Theology of Face Masks

Pastor G.A.(Jerry) Minor Riverside Baptist Church, Albuquerque, NM To mask, or not to mask, that is the question. It appears that during this season of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, there are few things as contentious as the face mask. And no wonder, for there has been considerable confusion surrounding this subject. […]


Open, with Precautions

Update 11/13: The NMDOH Public Health Order of 11/13 can be found here. We are meeting in our normal meeting locations, but ask that people do NOT congregate in the kitchen, hallways, or vestibule. (Update 11/13: Bible Study will be conducted in our normal classroom, but not around tables and […]


Coronavirus Contingency

“I find afflictions to be good for me. I have always found them so. Afflictions are happy means in the hands of the Holy Spirit to subdue my corruptions, my pride, my evil passions, my inordinate love to the creature. Afflictions soften my hard heart, bring me to my knees, […]


Preaching Schedule, May 2019

May 5 – Speak to Us Smooth Things, Isaiah 30:6-14 (Sermon Audio) May 12 – In Quietness and In Trust, Isaiah 30:15-17 (Sermon Audio) May 19 – The Lord is Gracious, Isaiah 30:18-26 (Sermon Audio) May 26 – His Voice Will Be Heard, Isaiah 30:27-33 (Sermon Audio)


Preaching Schedule – January & February 2019

January 6 – Witnesses to a Miracle: Us, Hebrews 1:1-14 (Sermon Audio) January 13 – Drunkards of Ephraim, Isaiah 28:1-8 (Sermon Audio) January 20 – Precept Upon Precept, Isaiah 28:9-13 (Sermon Audio) January 27 – Ira Shelton preaching February 3 – The Cornerstone, Isaiah 28:14-22 (Sermon Audio) February 10 – […]


Reformation 500, 1517-2017

On October 31, 1517 a “Monk with a Mallet” changed the world forever. We are recipients in many ways of the blessings of the Reformation that took root 500 years ago. Even though Luther was not the first of the Reformers, being preceded by such men as Jan Hus, Peter […]