Ring Out the Message

From the President

From the President

“And the beat goes on” the 1967 hit song proclaimed, and here in 2021 the beat goes on at TBC. The academic year is progressing and is now a little over halfway completed. At this writing the campus is being prepared for Renew 2021, our annual lectureship February...

Jesus, Deity, Son, Propitiation, Redeemer, Saviour

Jesus, Deity, Son, Propitiation, Redeemer, Saviour

The inspired Scriptures reveal many things about Jesus that make Him extra special to us. Let’s look at a few of these. Jesus is Deity. He is equal to the Father. Paul wrote of him, “Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God” (Phil....

Suffering for Christ’s Sake

Suffering for Christ’s Sake

There is such a difference between the life of the Christian and the life of the man of the world that conflict between the two is certain.  Jesus Christ, our Savior, suffered.  We are no better than He was!  If we follow Him, we will suffer.  Indeed, Jesus told us...

In-Person or Impersonal Evangelism?

In-Person or Impersonal Evangelism?

“You’re the first person who taught me the gospel.” Walter Scott didn’t recognize the younger preacher. His name was Moses Lard. He explained that he had read Scott’s book The Gospel Restored years before and it was a pleasure to meet him personally. The church has...

Friends of TBC Benefit Dinner

Friends of TBC Benefit Dinner

COOKEVILLE -- Tennessee Bible College’s friends are gathering for dinner -- and a good cause. The annual Friends of Tennessee Bible College Benefit Dinner will be held Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Leslie Town Centre. Tickets are $50 each, and proceeds will go toward TBC...

Kindness

Kindness

In Solomon’s description of the virtuous woman he says, “In her tongue is the law of kindness” (Prov. 31:26). Earlier Solomon had also mentioned kindness as a trait to be desired: “There are many plans in a man’s heart, Nevertheless the Lord’s counsel―that will stand....

There is Something Much Worse

There is Something Much Worse

“Sin no more, lest a worse thing come upon you” (John 5:14). He had been crippled for thirty-eight years. Unable to walk, this man depended on others to lift him and move him. There were no wheelchairs or motorized scooters in those days. There were no handicapped...

Meeting a Mate and Marrying

Meeting a Mate and Marrying

There are many concerns that Christian parents have about their children.  Their physical health and well-being is paramount (I Tim. 5:8).  Their mental and social developments are very important (Luke 2:52).  But the spiritual well-being of the children should be of...

Just, Justice, Justly

Just, Justice, Justly

The word just is defined as “based on or behaving according to what is morally right and fair” • (of treatment) deserved or appropriate in the circumstances • (of an opinion or appraisal) well founded; justifiable.” Justice is a noun defined to mean “just behavior or...

Trials Dark on Every Hand

Trials Dark on Every Hand

I don’t know why troubles come two or three at once but they do. We would rather have one problem at a time so we can catch our breath before the next crisis arrives. But life is not that simple. We sometimes have several health issues and think there is one cause of...

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