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Why This Millennial Isn't Leaving the Church


8/6/2013 by Angela Epperson
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I recently read an article by Rachel Held Evans entitled Why Millennials are Leaving the Church, which can be found at http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2013/07/27/why-millennials-are-leaving-the-church/.  The article has been on my mind since I read it over a week ago.  Like Evans, I am 32 years old and between Generation X

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Moses and Aaron


3/15/2013 by Angela Epperson
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I found my Aaron this week!  Yes, I know that I have a brother-in-law and a cousin named Aaron, but that’s not what I’m talking about it.  Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt and the people began to complain about not having water.  God performed a miracle through Moses striking the rock and provided water for His ...

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The Gospel Proejct for Kids Unit 6, Session 1: God Gave the Ten Commandments


1/22/2013 by Angela Epperson
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Dear Parents,

Each week I am going to have a blog with a letter to our parents about the upcoming Sunday School lesson and a family journal page. Check back each week to prepare for your child's Sunday School lesson.  

Count to 10 with your kids. Ask them to name one rule that you follow in your house. Ask and see if they know why ...

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Ancient-Future Church


1/22/2013 by Ted Taylor
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On Sunday at Beacon Hill Baptist in Somerset, Kentucky we will continue in Acts 2:40 "Be saved from this corrupt generation" When Peter preached 50 days after Jesus resurrection, the early church began being formed in Jerusalem and took on an unique culture as the people of God. The church of the future must be grounded in the ancient ...

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Taylor to Taylor


1/18/2013 by Ted Taylor

On Sunday at Beacon Hill Baptist in Somerset,KY we will be focused on Acts 2:33 Jesus has been exalted to the right hand of God and He has received from the Father the promised Holy Spirit and has poured out what you now see and hear. The NT church was birthed by preaching the gospel. This gospel is the vehicle by which God's power is released....

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Revival


1/14/2013 by Jeremy Cole
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Over the last number of years I've watched hundreds receive a touch from God in the services at our church. In this revival, over and over again, I've witnessed great healing, deliverance, and spiritual transformation. I never tire of seeing work of Jesus Christ.
Reflecting on what transpires, I've had a number of people ask me some ...

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This Sunday at Beacon Hill


1/10/2013 by Ted Taylor
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On Sunday at Beacon Hill Baptist we will focus on the gospel that Peter preached in the first sermon after Pentecost. Jesus life wasn't taken..it was given. Jesus death was my death and your death.We were helpless, spiritually dead and separated from God. When Jesus died on the cross, His death became ours. Jesus became our substitute to bridge...

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My White Flag


1/10/2013 by Angela Epperson
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My prayer for Beacon Hill Baptist Church in 2013 is transparency.  Needless to say, 2012 was a difficult year.  Personally, it was a time of frustration, disappointment, hurt, and lamentation.  It is easy for me to blame these feelings on a person, a decision, experience, or a group of people.  Recently, I realized that I share ...

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Shepherding


1/10/2013 by Angela Epperson
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I was fortunate to be raised in a Christian home with loving parents that loved the Lord.  At the same time, I was blessed to be a part of a wonderful church family which included mentors that helped shape and mold me into the woman that I am today.  I can think of two ladies at Beacon Hill that were great influences in my life: Anita ...

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The Power of the Gospel


1/9/2013 by Ted Taylor

Acts2:23 This man was handed over to you by God's set purpose and you with the help of wicked men put him to death by nailing him to the cross... The cross remains at the crux of all that it means to think and live like Jesus. The truth of the gospel of Scripture is binding on all people, times, and places. Jesus resurrection is the basis of ...

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My Prayer for Beacon Hill


1/8/2013 by Ted Taylor
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That Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried , that He was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures... Each generation must rediscover the truths of Scripture for itself. When this happens in our lives , then Holy Spirit empowered glorious resurgence happens. This is my prayer for Beacon Hill ...

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The Theme for this Sunday...


1/4/2013 by Ted Taylor
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The focus of the message at Beacon Hill on Sunday is Life. Christ followers in Acts1 were in that period waiting for the promised Holy Spirit after the ascension and they joined together constantly in prayer 14. Waiting expectantly in prayer together is necessary as God begins restoration,renewal, and resurgence. It's not the life we live for ...

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Jesus makes us His living church!


1/3/2013 by Ted Taylor
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We have begun our first week at Beacon Hill Baptist Church in Somerset with our first prayer service. Life is the word for Sunday morning...Acts1:8 " But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes into your life" Being a Christ-follower is an amazing,miraculous, and supernatural life. The church doesnt give joy but it can steal ...

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A New Year's Resolution


12/31/2012 by John Francis
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Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship. Romans 12:1

Several years ago, when my income was basically being a traveling musician and radio producer – I made my wife a bread box as a Christmas present. . .

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The Gift and the Giver


12/20/2012 by Angela Epperson
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One of the delights of my job as a Children’s Ministry Director is sharing the gospel and leading children to Christ.  Many of the children that I counsel come from no religious background and we have to start with the basics.  We discuss who God is, who Christ is, sin, and our need for a Savior.  Inevitably, a child makes a ...

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