Welcome!

If you live here in the beautiful Ozarks, or if you are visiting our area, we would love to welcome you to any of our periods of Bible study and worship.

We are located just 35 miles South from Branson, MO in North Arkansas, and our building is on Bella Vista Street, just off Capps Road (Hwy. 392). It would be our pleasure to have you stop and worship with us.

If you are looking for a congregation dedicated to worshipping God according to the simple New Testament pattern; and seeking Bible authority in everything we do, please come visit with us. You will be offered a friendly welcome, and an invitation to return.

Service Times

Sundays
  • Bible Classes: 9:30 am
  • Morning Worship Service: 10:15 am
  • Afternoon Worship Service: 2:00 pm
Wednesdays
  • Bible Classes: 7:00 pm

Mark your Calendar

  • 2024 Gospel Meeting with Kyle Pope (Date TBD)
  • 2025 Gospel Meeting with Colton McDaniel (Date TBD)

Who Are We?

We are just Christians, members only of the church which belongs to Christ. We are not part of any denomination. We are guided by  the New Testament pattern,  in the work of the church here. The Bible is our only source of authority for what we do in God’s service, and we will gladly give book, chapter, and verse for all we do in our worship and our work.

Recent Sermons:

The Last Night of Babylon

The Last Night of Babylon

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. In this lesson, we dive into the biblical, historical, and archeological narrative of the final night of the Babylonian Empire. Capps Road · The Last Night of Babylon
The Unknown God

The Unknown God

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Here we join Paul in Athens, Rome, where he explains God in a way that we still need to hear today. Capps Road · The Unknown God
The Glorious Church

The Glorious Church

Sermon by Norman Sewell. For many people, one church is just as good as another. But according to the Bible, the church is precious. Jesus promised to build the church, it is special, it is glorious. Capps Road · The Glorious Church
Chastened by God

Chastened by God

Sermon by Norman Sewell. Does God chasten us? What does it mean to be chastened by God? In this lesson, we look for the answers to these important questions. Capps Road · Chastened by God
One out of Ten

One out of Ten

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Be the one out of ten! Capps Road · One out of Ten

The Last Night of Babylon

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. In this lesson, we dive into the biblical, historical, and archeological narrative of the final night of the Babylonian Empire. Capps Road · The Last Night of Babylon

Listen

The Unknown God

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Here we join Paul in Athens, Rome, where he explains God in a way that we still need to hear today. Capps Road · The Unknown God

Listen

The Glorious Church

Sermon by Norman Sewell. For many people, one church is just as good as another. But according to the Bible, the church is precious. Jesus promised to build the church, it is special, it is glorious. Capps Road · The Glorious Church

Listen

Chastened by God

Sermon by Norman Sewell. Does God chasten us? What does it mean to be chastened by God? In this lesson, we look for the answers to these important questions. Capps Road · Chastened by God

Listen

One out of Ten

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Be the one out of ten! Capps Road · One out of Ten

Listen

This Week's Facebook Post:

WORK OUT YOUR OWN SALVATION The apostle Paul wrote to the Philippian Christians: “Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure” (Philippians 2:12-13). Paul did not tell them to 1. Make up their own plan of salvation, or 2. In some way work hard enough to earn their salvation. So, what is the context of “work out your own salvation”? Paul writes this letter to people who are already Christians, already saved. Look as he addresses them in chapter 1: “To all the saints in Christ Jesus who are in Philippi, with the bishops and deacons” (verse 1). They were people who were set apart from their previous lives of sin and dedicated to serving God; they were saints or sanctified. They had been saved from their past sins. Acts chapter 16 tells of the beginning of the church in Philippi. Paul taught Lydia and her household and baptized them (Acts 16:14-15). Later in the chapter Paul was allowed to teach the jailer “And he took them the same hour of the night and washed their stripes. And immediately he and all his family were baptized” (verse 33). These were the beginnings of the church in Philippi. When Paul wrote to them he reminded them of their past obedience: as you have always obeyed.” And even though Paul was then in prison in Rome he urged them to keep on obeying, to: “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” At every stage of our lives we must keep on obeying Christ. There is no retiring or taking a vacation from Him. The life of a Christian is not a hobby or a part-time job. We must, as Jesus said: “deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me” (Luke 9:23). We must keep on obeying Him! Our salvation can never be earned or deserved. Paul wrote to the Romans that: “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). In chapter 6 he wrote: “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (verse 23). What we deserve because of sin is death, everlasting destruction. But God offers us eternal life through Jesus and His blood. Imagine the love He showed when “that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8). But we must obey Him for the Hebrews writer put it this way: “He became the author of eternal salvation to all who obey Him” (Hebrews 5:9). What a gift is offered to all who will believe and obey; the gift of eternal life. But He calls upon us to keep on obeying throughout our lives, and we should “live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again” (2 Corinthians 5:14-15). Are you daily working out your own salvation by living for Jesus?nes ... See MoreSee Less
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