Pastor Bailey and other guests take an opportunity to hear from the congregation, answering questions that believers have.
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In the months that have a 5th Sunday, the youth of BBT take cahrge!
Since July of 2016
Short devotional thoughts with Dr. Brad Bailey
The Tabernacle - a pattern of earthly and heavenly things
The deliverance and wanderings of the Hebrews
A historical book
The Psalms functioned as the hymn book for the Hebrews
The Prophet Isaiah was a master of illustrations. He creates sympathy like no other Old Testament prophet.
Though he wept, he was one of God's most encouraging prophets.
Jesus is King
Luke's writings are from the viewpoint of a medical doctor
Jesus is the Son of God and God the Son in John's Gospel
The declaration of the believer's independence
The most worldly and carnal church in the New Testament
Paul's 2nd Letter to Corinth - let's see what they learned
Paul's letters to the church at Ephesus. They soon left their first love.
In Paul's short ministry there he prioritized and focused a lot on prophecy
Paul's words to declare the state of the world in the last days.
Paul's letter to Titus
The Magna Carta of the Christian
Scattered, suffering, persecuted . . . but Peter's audience were particularly blessed in spite of these conditions.
Peter's final words to the early saints.
John's vision of Heaven's Apocalypse
Christ arose - we have hope!
Our young people are a vital part of the church - we should never pass up an opportunity to minister to them from the Bible!
The Christmas account as interpreted from all four Gospel writers
The Application of the Book of Ephesians
Heaven or Hell
Discipline: one ingredient for a healthy church.
Growth Through Sanctification
The life of the Old Testament Prophet Elijah
The Anatomy, Architecture and Abilities of the Local Church
David's Scarley Sin and Its Fallout
Our guest preachers always bless our souls.