Chris Russell

Chris Russell

@BroChrisRussell

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Disciple of Jesus, Husband, Father, Pastor of Second Baptist Church of Russellville, and Student of SEBTS

Joined on January 07, 2016
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The local church must carefully seek wosdom and power from the Lord on how to reach a lost world in the midst of this pandemic.

Although I think the cancellation of VBS, camps and other events is the right decision at this time, I’m afraid we will see the largest drop in salvations and baptisms in recent years.

I see the importance of both individual evangelism (soul winning) AND event evangelism. Both done well lead to fruitful growth of disciples within the church.

Join us on campus (1100 N Frankfort Ave), FB Live or at https://t.co/5KVZNzZ2ou at 10:45AM. https://t.co/0x5iJpIRTg

Join us on campus (1100 N Frankfort Ave), FB Live or at https://t.co/5KVZNzZ2ou at 10:45AM. https://t.co/0x5iJpIRTg

Tomorrow’s sermon in one sentence. “God desires a unified, gospel active church.” Philippians 1:27-30. Second Baptist Russellville, AR

I have no idea what led up to this encounter. I just fully believe #georgefloyd, an image bearer of God should still be alive.

It causes fear, trepidation, anger, fatigue... I have tried to replay the video with thinking about what if that was my son. J is the one begging for air... J is the one laying lifeless with a man on top... It brings different emotions. It causes different thoughts.

White person: Sees a man they assume did something to cause engagement and force by the policeman. Therefore, the benefit of the doubt is given to the officer. Person of color (especially black men): Sees.... themselves, their brother, their son, their husband...

Where I see the difference in how some see the #georgefloyd video based on what I have learned from these terrible events...

The man God teaches is the man who is willing to obey. My lack of knowledge about God and His will is an indicator of my lack of willingness to obey. “Give me understanding and I will obey your instructions; I will put them into practice with all my heart.” Psalms 119:34 NLT

Whew... good day. Exhausting but good day. #thereturn

First time gathering in 10 weeks. Lot of emotions. It’s going to be a great day in the Lord!

Arkansas Tech Men’s Basketball has a Twitter page now. Go follow @ATUMBB. 💛💚🏀

“It was because he ran fast, jumped high or was athletic. No matter what Jordan was always ‘present’ and that is what seperated him from everyone else.” #thelastdance Great lesson for all walks of life. Be where your feet are.

Churches trying to resume services be like... #isaac https://t.co/UmUa4JLNbL

The comradery amongst pastors is one COVID19 benefit that I hope continues long after this is gone.

A few descripors used in the Bible of Hannah’s prayer life as she asked for God to give her a son (Samuel): • Deep anguish • Poured out her heart • Great anguish • Sorrow I’m not sure I will experience revival on a personal level until these describe my prayer life.

“God, I would rather die in this thicket than be a powerless preacher.” Uncle Doc #prayingonthemoutain #helpme

3. As a pastor: “but we will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the word.”” Acts 6:4 NKJV When you are praying the Word of God, you can be sure you are praying for the will of God!

2. As a father: “And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.” Ephesians 6:4 NKJV

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