New Digs for Pillar

After six years of meeting as a portable church we have landed in a semi-permanent facility.  The building is an 11,000 sf facility that we could never afford at the outrageous price tag of 20K per month. By a turn of events that can only be explained by grace, God...

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New Ministry for Pillar

For the past few weeks we have been working to set up a ministry for single mom’s and military wives of deployed husbands. If you know of someone who falls into one of those categories that lives in the Dumfries area please forward them a link to our new website...

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Christmas Eve at Pillar

Pillar Church held it’s first ever Christmas Eve service last night and it was a great success. It was a family affair for me with my sister, Shawn leading worship, My mother in law, Karen on the piano and My father in Law, Terry on the sound board. Pillar Kids

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Spurgeon on Agressiveness

“The Christian Church was designed from the first to be aggressive. It was not intended to remain stationary at any period, but to advance onward until its boundaries became commensurate with those of the world. It was to spread from¬† Jerusalem to all Judea, from Judea to Samaria, and from...

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Reason 1,247 to Keep Teaching the Bible

I ran across an interesting tidbit in this weeks sermon preparation. I was studying about Nimrod, Noah’s great grandson. Of course, one of the first questions that popped into my mind was, “Is this guy the reason we call people stupid people, “Nimrods”? The Bible doesn’t depict him as a...

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Digits

One of our elders, Jack, and I were talking a few months ago, he was telling me that he once he got a phone call from the pastor of a church in the small town where he was living. Apparently the pastor was just calling through the phone book determined...

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