Speaking the Truth in Love

Speaking the Truth in Love

Are you looking for a happy home? The Seagoville Church of Christ is a family of believers saved by the overflowing grace of Jesus. We worship God, revere his Word, and love each other. Drop by and see for yourself!

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My Giving Opportunities

If my neighbors next door are struggling financially, is it biblically acceptable for me to give my contribution money to them instead of the church? Excluding family responsibilities, financial giving includes two important obligations. First, I must offer a regular donation to the work of the local church. “On the first day of every week,”…

My Cell Phone, My Sins

Have you ever noticed how annoying it is when a cell phone rings in a public place? Perhaps you’re in a restaurant, chatting quietly with your family. Or you’re waiting in the doctor’s office, absorbed in an interesting magazine article. And then the phone in someone’s purse or pocket blares unexpectedly. The one-sided conversation that…

Questions About The Bible

A Better Prayer

By Brent Smith   [Brent is the preaching minister of the Trenton Church of Christ in Trenton, Tennessee.] Aside from the obvious political connotations, what am I really praying for when I ask God to make America great again? Studies show that abortions in the U.S. have decreased by more than 10% since 2010. In that…

Questions God Asks – What Is Your Name?

The name Jacob comes from the Hebrew word for “heel.” When big brother Esau is born, Jacob is right behind him—clinging firmly to his foot. Jacob is a heel-holder, a wrestler always manipulating, outmaneuvering, and outwitting others. But tonight he is out of aces. Tonight his pride finally meets its master. Jacob is returning home…

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Tend the Flock (am)

The Bible describes church leaders as shepherds (Acts 20:28). The shepherding metaphor implies some interesting things. People are messy and needy. But working to meet their needs is often painful.

The Unity of the Spirit (pm)

How could a “doctrinally sound” congregation split? It definitely happens. And whenever it does, there’s a disconnect between head and heart. In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul tells the church how to maintain true unity (Eph. 4:1-6).

An Encouraging Word

Isaiah 54:10

Isaiah 54:10 10 Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,” says the LORD, who has compassion on you.