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Diligent or Lazy

Posted by Hope Murphy on

I think I’ve used the Shema here before as a prompt for connecting with the church through the newsletter, but to be fair, for thousands of years Jewish people were to repeat this same passage daily. So, I hope you’ll forgive me if I’ve been redundant. I cannot think of a...

Rest

Posted by Becky Daugherty on

Well, here we are in January 2022. The excitement and joy of the Christmas season is past; our beautiful snow gave us a winter wonderland for a couple of days, which was followed by rain, which left us with mud, lots of mud. I don’t know about you, but I’ve enjoyed a few fires...

First Snow

Posted by Steve Thompson on

Sunday evening the first snow of the new year fell in the Shoals. It created a beautiful white blanket over almost everything. Trees, grass, automobiles' roofs were all covered with ice and snow. It took several minutes Monday morning to get the ice and snow off of my...

Hess's Headlines 12/28/21

Posted by Chad Hess on

Dear Woodmont,   What a year! As we look now to enter into 2022, some will be timid in their expectations for a new year. Over the last two years, we have now learned to enter cautiously, expecting the unexpected instead of setting lofty goals or resolutions. The month of January is named...

O Holy Night

Posted by Ryan Leffel on

O Holy Night is a much loved and requested Christmas song. The Woodmont Worship Choir & Orchestra presented it at this year's A Woodmont Christmas.   In 1843, Placide Cappeau wrote a Christmas poem at the request of a parish priest in Roquemaure, France to celebrate the renovation of...

Truth

Posted by Jarod Grimes on

This age comprises people who deny God and His Word because they say they do not believe in absolute truth. Psalm 119:160 says, “The entirety of Your Word is truth, and every one of Your righteous judgments endures forever.” Jesus questions the Jews about their unbelief, saying...

Merry Christmas Woodmont

Posted by Chad Hess on

Merry Christmas Woodmont,   Though hard to believe, I am so thankful that this Christmas season is here. The Lord has blessed Woodmont Baptist Church in so many ways in 2021, but His grace in providing His Son will always be the most significant blessing we have received. The fact...

A thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices. . .

Posted by Hope Murphy on

A thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices. . .   When I was a child, I learned Oh Holy Night in American Sign Language. The timeless carol, composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 has been sung every year of my life on Christmas Eve in my family. One special year at a Christmas Eve service at...

Thanksgiving

Posted by Becky Daugherty on

Thanksgiving, the holiday, is almost here. Hopefully, thanksgiving, the attitude of gratitude in our hearts and minds, is with us every day of the year. There are approximately 138 references in the scriptures concerning giving thanks and being thankful. Almost every verse directs our...

Retirement???

Posted by Belinda Green on

Retirement ???   As I look ahead to retiring in a few weeks, I have a lot of mixed emotions. I have had many moments to reflect on the past 35 years of my life, and I can vividly remember the day I visited Woodmont Baptist Church. Somehow, I knew that I was where I was supposed to be...

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