Importance of Baptism

Importance of baptism and ministering to the young and the mature are two topics I received instruction concerning in the school of the walk.

I have spent many years in an organized school environment (actually 12.5 years past high school). I continue to be in school in many ways. One of the ways is that I attend the School of the Walk. I listen to podcasts and other mp3 files as I walk for exercise. Today I had a couple of good classes. One was a class I have enjoyed quite often on Thursdays, for about five years from the podcast: PREACHERS IN TRAINING, by Robert Hatfield. The subject matter was: “Ministering to the Young and the Mature,” with Jacob Rutledge. This podcast is excellent and always helpful to those who carry on the work of a preacher and others whose interests include understanding preaching.

For my second class, I listened to another podcast. This was the regular recording of sermons provided by the West Huntsville church of Christ. The message I heard on “Importance of Baptism,” preached by Dave Miller impressed me. I could use many adjectives to describe how wonderful the message was. It was certainly one of the greatest messages on baptism I have ever heard. It was so well developed; easily understood; powerfully potent with truth; impossible to refute; and, I recommend that you pause what you are doing right now and take a listen: by clicking H-E-R-E.

Please check our SALVATION page on this site. The page contains audio, video and written material which is supportive of this theme of the importance of baptism.

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Baptism in Indonesia

 

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I hope this site will be one that proves to be helpful to you and one you will want to visit regularly. I’m David Lemmons, and I preach for the Maple Hill Church of Christ in Benton, KY. We will seek to post items in the category of Bible study and activities of the church. We welcome you here and hope you will tell others where they can find us. We have many files we want to present here, but we ask for your patience as we begin the process of starting a site. It will be our desire to encourage you to go back to the Bible for answers to questions and problems you confront day by day.