Long Run Baptist Church Gladetop Trail, Longrun, MO.
From Highway 95, turn into Longrun township on CR 908. Turn immediate right on CR 915. Turn first left on CR 917. Driveway into church property is on the right hand side after black mail box. If you pass the Panorama View sign (which overlooks our property) you went too far.
Call 417-255-5610 for help with directions.
Joey Faust / Long Run Baptist Church P.O. Box #238 Thornfield, MO 65762
So Important - Especially for Parents! Very important warning!I'm not surprised at all of the occultist beginnings of either the phonograph or the computer! Every parent needs to heed this warning. Best thing we could do is throw them out!
Great Sermon! Appreciate this sermon. Absolutely agree that there are some people that need to get the computer out of the home. Maybe all of us.
H Hudson (11/29/2014)
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Insightful Sermon! Yes, the growing technology has good or evil results possible. And it is good to have historical information about its inventors. But as children of God we have the power of the Holy Spirit to give us strength for discernment and take only the good available. I can now hear outstanding sermons from great Christian teachers and preachers, which is a blessing.
Samantha M (10/24/2014)
Kerry Watson (7/21/2014)
Jeff Lahman (6/14/2011)
from North Augusta, South Carolina
Great Sermon! Joey,
I was thinking this morning about these things, wondering if there was anyone who has occupied his mind with these matter, able to put forth a well thought out presentation. Then... I ran across your sermon. We would disagree on several denominational aspects of the faith. However, I wanted to drop you a line, thanking you for this effort in the Lord. If I were in Texas I would like to shake your hand.
Facebook Christianity Challenged! "They have sought out many inventions". "If you right eye offends thee, pluck it out". Before people seeing the title of this sermon begin to hurl the epitaph "legalism" and "typical fundamentalist" to this important subject, they should give a fair hearing 1) to the excellent scripture texts used in this message, and 2) the speakers talk of "abuse" of these and "maybe" instead of absolute condemnation of all such technology, and 3) history of these inventions. If an honest poll could be taken, what percentage of Christians would say that they have abused their cell phones or computers and sinned for a period of time, or struggle with particular sins because of these devices? Temptation comes by use of means, and Christians are to avoid temptation. The Amish refute every day that these things are "necessary" for living, which makes a point.
This a great counter-balance to a Featured Sermon this week from a popular Free Presbyterian Church which PRESUMES EVEN ABOVE PARENTAL AUTHORITY that teens and children still under their parents have almost a Universal
Conformity to the World--among "conservative" churches--without shame in having their own devices! Remember when the TV was called the Boob Tube, by Christian parents? Is it really necessary?
Alice DelaRosa (6/13/2011)
from Grand Rapids, Michigan
Great Sermon! I give you a huge THANK-YOU! AND, KEEP ON PREACHING.