Welcome to the Berea church of Christ. We hope you will be blessed by your visit with us. We believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God and that it is our sure guide in all aspects of life. It is our goal to worship as directed by God’s Word and to teach and obey the will of God as revealed in the Bible.
Let us speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the Bible is silent. Let us call Bible things by Bible names and do Bible things in Bible ways. Let’s live the ancient faith.
We have classes available for all ages, from cradle roll through adults. Read more for more information on classes currently available.
Services are held at:
Sunday School: 10:00am
Sunday AM Worship: 11:00am
Sunday PM Worship: 6:00pm
Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 PM
Any additional services or events will be announced on our bulletin board and on our website.
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DAILY DEVOTIONAL ✝️
Are we there yet? -
Are we there yet? No. Are we there yet? No.
It’s the “load the kids in the car and hit the road” season… so maybe you have played this game recently..
That was the back-and-forth game we played on the first (and definitely not the last) sixteen-hour trip back home to Arkansas from Colorado when our children were young. Our oldest two kept the game alive and well, and if I had a dollar for every time they asked, well, I’d have a stack of dollars. It was a question my children were obsessed with, but I (the driver) was equally obsessed wondering, Are we there yet? And the answer was, Not yet, but soon.
Truth be told, most adults are asking a variation on that question, although we may not voice it out loud. But we’re asking it for that same reason—we’re tired, and our eyes have grown “weak with sorrow” (Psalm 6:7). We’re “worn out from [our] groaning” (v. 6) about everything from the nightly news to daily frustrations at work to never-ending health problems to relational strains, and the list goes on. We cry out: “Are we there yet? How long, Lord, how long?”
The psalmist knew well that kind of weariness, and he honestly brought that key question to God. Like a caring parent, He heard David’s cries and in His great mercy accepted them (v. 9). There was no shame for asking. Likewise, you and I can boldly approach our Father in heaven with our honest cries of “How long?” and His answer might be, “Not yet, but soon. I’m good. Trust Me.” So, as you travel life’s highway, live your life so you can confidently say Lord, come quickly (Rev 22.20). ~Our Daily Bread (lightly edited/jme)
THOUGHT OF THE DAY:🤔 I've learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.” ~Maya Angelou