June 12, 2014

                Pulpit Minister Search

                               Special Worship Series Spring 2008 B

      We are a congregation of 120 members located in Louisville, KY. We are searching for an experienced, mature, evangelistic pulpit minister to work as a team with the elders, youth minister, deacons and various ministry leaders. The appropriate candidate will be an active leader in areas of ministry to promote programs designed to lead and develop others to grow spiritually and become leaders as well. We are searching for a biblically grounded man with a minimum of 5 years preaching experience. A bachelor’s degree in Bible or a related field is desired. Salary is negotiable based on experience and education. Compensation includes a home located on the church property.

April 23, 2014

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2014 WTCOC Summer Series Top
April 1, 2014


Life is Like a Folding Chair

     In one of those famous comic strips, Lucy tells Charlie Brown: “Life is like a folding chair.” She explains, “Some people place it so they can look behind them at where all they’ve been and what all they’ve done while others face their chair ahead so that they can see where they’re headed.” Charlie Brown looks at Lucy and simply says, “I can’t get mine unfolded.”

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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     All ladies are invited to attend our eighth annual Ladies' Day program and luncheon. Hannah Giselbach of the Cedar Springs Church of Christ will be speaking to us on the theme of "Following God's Plan . . . Not Our Own." Registration begins at 8:30 AM, and the program will start at 9 AM.

Thursday, February 13, 2014


Encourage One Another

     This Sunday I will conclude a six part sermon series on encouragement. Encouragement is the process of inspiring others to live with greater hope, confidence, and determination. We’ve looked at Hebrews 3:12-14 and learned that to maintain a church climate of encouragement we need to stay focused (vs. 12), stay in fellowship (vs. 13), and stay fresh (vs.14). We live by encouragement, and we die without it slowly, sadly, angrily.