Elder J.W. Cunningham resumes the study of the Articles of Faith of the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church and considers the 11th Article of Faith.  In this article is the stated belief in a close communion service where only baptized believers and members of a Primitive Baptist Church are allowed to take part in the communion... Continue Reading →

In this sermon Elder J.W. Cunningham continues the examination of the topic of justification and the fifth Article of Faith of the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church.  With this sermon the death of Christ is considered. http://amarillopbc.sermon.net/da/1200013564 If you enjoy this sermon you can hear more through iTunes on the Amarillo Primitive Baptist podcast channel.

In this sermon Elder J.W. Cunningham begins to consider the fifth Article of Faith of the Amarillo Primitive Baptist church examining the concept of Justification.  As you listen to the sermon texts from Romans 3 and Galatians 3 will be brought forth in order to see what the scriptures teach about faith and justification. http://amarillopbc.sermon.net/da/1200013548... Continue Reading →

With only two Articles of Faith left to consider we come to another foundation of our faith this week in the Tuesday Tea.  When I began this weekly post to the blog I called it "Tuesday Tea with a Sugar Stick".  It has since been abbreviated to the Tuesday Tea.  The idea behind the name... Continue Reading →

This week in examining the Articles of Faith of the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church I will again return to the subject of the communion service.  In prior Tuesday Tea articles I have examined the Communion Service as an ordinance of the church and dealt with the subject of how often the Communion Service should take... Continue Reading →

As we continue to study together through the Articles of Faith of the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church this week I will again consider issues related to the ordinances of the church.  As I have established in prior Tuesday Tea posts the two ordinances of the church are baptism and communion.  The 10th Article of Faith,... Continue Reading →

With this week's Tuesday Tea post I will examine an Article of Faith that is often misunderstood by those around Primitive Baptist and yet has been a marker of the church in many communities for centuries.  This Article of Faith is directly related to the ordinances of the church and yet is not a part... Continue Reading →

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