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:

Understanding the Resurrection of the Dead

Understanding the Resurrection of the Dead

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Do you want to better understand the final day of resurrection and what it will look like? Let's examine what the scriptures really teach concerning the resurrection of the dead. Capps Road · Understanding the Resurrection of the Dead
Are You a Legalist?

Are You a Legalist?

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. How would you respond to someone who called you a legalist? Are they right or wrong? Is the word "legalist" being properly used? Let's explore the actual definition and what God has to say about it. Capps Road · Are You a Legalist?
A Day of Small Things

A Day of Small Things

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Do you view your role as small? Do you feel like you live in a rather insignificant era? Let's consider what God has to say about the day of small things. Capps Road · A Day of Small Things
By What Authority

By What Authority

Sermon by Norman Sewell. How important is it to have God's authority for what we do? This lesson investigates what the bible says concerning authority. Capps Road · By What Authority
The Multigenerational Vision of the Church

The Multigenerational Vision of the Church

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. God does not want his people to ever lack vision concerning the future of the local church, but requires a certain diligence to ensure that the coming generations are strong and ready to take our ranks. Capps Road · The Multigenerational Vision of the Church

Understanding the Resurrection of the Dead

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Do you want to better understand the final day of resurrection and what it will look like? Let’s examine what the scriptures really teach concerning the resurrection of the dead. Capps Road · Understanding the Resurrection of the Dead

Listen

Are You a Legalist?

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. How would you respond to someone who called you a legalist? Are they right or wrong? Is the word “legalist” being properly used? Let’s explore the actual definition and what God has to say about it. Capps Road · Are You a Legalist?

Listen

A Day of Small Things

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. Do you view your role as small? Do you feel like you live in a rather insignificant era? Let’s consider what God has to say about the day of small things. Capps Road · A Day of Small Things

Listen

By What Authority

Sermon by Norman Sewell. How important is it to have God’s authority for what we do? This lesson investigates what the bible says concerning authority. Capps Road · By What Authority

Listen

The Multigenerational Vision of the Church

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. God does not want his people to ever lack vision concerning the future of the local church, but requires a certain diligence to ensure that the coming generations are strong and ready to take our ranks. Capps Road · The Multigenerational Vision of the Church

Listen

This Week's Facebook Post:

How Do We Know What’s True? Paul and Silas travelled to a city called Berea and began to preach there. Acts 17:11 tells us that ”these were more fair-minded than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness, and searched the Scriptures daily to find out whether these things were so.” The people of Berea were said to be “fair-minded”. They didn’t immediately accept or reject the preaching of Paul. Instead they decided to check it out. The New Testament scriptures had not yet been revealed and written so all they had to search was the Old Testament. These were the sacred writing from God. Paul wrote to Timothy: ”All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16-17). God’s word is always the standard. When you hear someone teach something different from your beliefs what do you do? You can reject it because that’s not what you’ve always believed or you can check it out. The “fair-minded” people of Berea wanted to know whether the preaching they heard was true or false. They didn’t go to some church manual or creed book; they went to the scriptures, the word of God. When Paul wrote to the Galatians about the message he preached he said: “But I make known to you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached by me is not according to man. For I neither received it from man, nor was I taught it, but it came through the revelation of Jesus Christ” (Galatians 1:11-12). That gospel is “the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes” (Romans 1:16). The problem often is in our refusal to check it out. Something is not the truth because we’ve always believed it, or because some preacher we respect teaches it. A thing is true because God says it in His word. Even the prophets of old only spoke what God told them. “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter 1:20-21). The words they wrote were the words of God. The words of the prophets pointed men to Jesus. “For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes” (Romans 10:4). If you believed the prophets then you would have believed in Jesus. The question now for all of us is this: Am I fair-minded enough to search the scriptures, not just to prove what I already believe but to see what God says? Am I honest enough to change if what I’ve always believed is not in the Bible? These are hard questions and they deserve serious thought on our part. Read it for yourself! Search the scriptures for yourself! Have you obeyed the words of Jesus to be saved? Have you been added to His church by obeying Him? Check it out!nes ... See MoreSee Less
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