Lord’s Day Evening Preaching/Teaching

For the past sixteen weeks several men of Eastside have been doing the Lord’s Day evening teaching. Tonight, Bradley Kinch will pick up from where Silas Thompson left off, Ephesians 5:15-21. Gather with us tonight at 6:30 p.m at 204 Eastland Drive North in Twin Falls, Idaho or online right here at approx. 6:30 p.m.

The Peace of God will Guard Your Heart and Mind

The Apostle Paul speaks of the peace of God and the aid that it is to the believer’s life. One of the great problems is that most want to define peace with God on by their own definition. In this sermon excerpt from the past Lord’s Day dealing with Philippians 4:4-7, I give warning to

The Collapse of Simple Morality

It has become clearest in the past few decades that the public school education system has been on the brink of complete ruin. It’s rarely about education anymore. Today, the Twin Falls Times News reported that some (my guess is very few) students at Twin Falls High School have not returned to school because of

Meet Greg and Talia Moering

Last summer I received an email that lead to several phone calls, text messages, and general correspondence from a young man in North Carolina inquiring about Eastside Baptist Church. The conversation lead to the awareness of several mutual friends, times of prayer together, and his inquiring of moving his family to Twin Falls some day to consider

This Age of Religious Complexity

The simplicity which is in Christ is rarely found in the modern church of the western culture. In the place of this simplicity are complex program, methodologies, organization and a basket full of nervous activities that require time, attention, and a lot of money that cannot be seriously considered as honoring to God. Rather, much

An Appeal to Fellow Preachers: It Is A Day For Preaching

This coming Lord’s Day for the preacher (at least for this preacher) is an exciting moment. It is the one day of the year where the church house has the potential of being full to the brim. It is a day when everyone expects you to be on your “A Game” for preaching. (by “A

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