Welcome

Welcome!   Hardin Baptist is a multigenerational, SBC Church that is growing, friendly, and excited about what God is doing in our Church.

The Church in short: Average attendance for worship is around 160, with a great Nursery and Children's Church.

Worship is a blend of mostly hymns with some contemporary music, and some great soloists.

Classes (including nursery) for all ages at every service. (see schedule on left)

Located about 3 miles west of White Hall on Highway 270 (Sheridan Highway).

We love the Lord Jesus, one another, and would love to include you in our circle of family and friends.

Come see us this Sunday; let's worship Him together.        ~Pastor Johnny D. Taylor

Contact Us

Hardin Baptist Church

300 Todd Lynn Dr.
White Hall, Arkansas 71602
Phone 870-247-1980
Fax 870-247-2026

Regular Schedule

Sunday

  • Morning Worship Service at Family Life Center
    – 8:45 AM
  • Morning Worship Service in Sanctuary
    – 11:00 AM

Announcements

  • Brother Dub Manning gone home to be with the Lord

    Our dear Brother Dub went home to Heaven Sunday evening. Please continue to pray for the family and for our Church. He will be sorely missed.

    Funeral services will be Thursday, May 13, 2021, 10:00 AM, in the Chapel of Ralph Robinson & Son with Brother Josh Blevins officiating. Burial to follow in Hardin Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 5:00-7:00 pm, at Robinson’s. The family requests that masks be worn.

    Go to www.ralphrobinsonandson.com for obituary and information

  • HBC Church Update 5-10-21

    HBC Church Update 5-10-21

     

    Hello Church Family, we hope you all had a wonderful Mothers’ Day last Sunday.

     

    OUR HEARTS ARE SADDENED:

    Our beloved Brother Dub Manning went home to be with the Lord last Sunday and will be laid to rest on Thursday. He was a faithful member and servant of the Lord and this Church for decades. He was always looking for ways to help, and was the only one who knew where all the wires, pipes, drains, panels, filters, tools, and valves were around the Church house. We will miss his gentle smile, helping hands, and sweet spirit. Please lift the family up in your prayers—all four generations of them.

     

    To the family, May the God of all grace hold you close, warm your thoughts with precious memories, and heal the sorrows of your loss with His loving Presence.

    God Bless you,

    Your Church Family

     

    NEW SIGN: We are going to replace our old sign by the highway with a new digital LED sign. To donate please designate “sign” on your offering. You can also donate online through our Church website, www.hardinbaptistchurch.org and click on the Online Giving tab, then click on General Fund box to see a list of what you can designate your offering to, such as Building Fund, Stage remodel, and New Sign.

     

    STAGE REMODEL:

    Our stage remodel is going well. We are supposed to get our carpet installed on the 25th. To donate designate “’Stage” on your offering or give online.

     

    SUNDAY: Pray for Brother Sam Hargrave as he delivers the message this Sunday in Bro. Johnny’s absence.

     

    GRADUATES:

    We will be honoring five graduating High School Seniors next Sunday, May 23rd . Pray for these wonderful young people as they move into a much different future.

    Can you remember what it was like to graduate from high school? For some of us it was a different millennium!

    Their names and mailing addresses will be listed on the Church website soon.

     

    CAR SHOW:

    Our “Sixth Annual Antique and Classic Car Show and Shine” is set for Saturday, May 22nd  from 10:00 am-1:00 pm. Great autos, concessions, and good company will be there. No entry fee to show car. Proceeds go toward Church Camp for our kids this summer.

    For more information call Paul at (870) 247-1258.

     

    CHURCH RE-OPENINGS AND CHANGES:

    The Church voted to make the following changes based on the Pastor and Deacons’ Recommendations:

    Open all pews beginning Sunday (Mother’s Day)

    Beginning in June:

    8:45 Worship as is. Offering as is (Plates on tables)

    10:00 Sunday School for all ages (Larry and Ashlea Kennedy Director and Vice Director)

    11:00 Worship as is.

    11:00 Children’s Church (Evelyn Taylor Director)

    11:00 Nursery (Deborah Caldwell Director)

    Masks and social distancing optional.

    Family Life Center available to members as before

    Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study

    Keep two morning services and Wednesday evening service, but do not restart Sunday Evening service.

    Use the summer to get back in the habits of Sunday School, Children’s church, etc. Then have a big outreach this fall when school starts back. Hopefully, we will need two morning services to accommodate over 150 attendees.

     

    Move our next Communion up to June 27th instead of July 4th

     

    Recommend moving forward on a new sign. Promote donations. Current Quote: $30,515.25.

     

  • For This Child I Have Prayed 5-9-21

    Hannah, mother of the prophet Samuel, is a great example of the power of a praying Mother. Her long season of unanswered prayer brought about a greater answer in the end. And more personally, Samuel’s story is my story as well. Thank you, Mama for your decades of faithful prayer on my behalf.

    Happy Mothers’ Day

    I love you

    ~Johnny

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  • Mother's Day Sunday Morning Worship Music and Prayer May 9, 2021

    Mother's Day Sunday Morning Worship Music and Prayer May 9, 2021

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  • Morning Worship and Prayer 5-2-21

    Sunday morning worship and prayer. May 2, 2021

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  • Fearless: The Fear of the Inevitable

    Fearless: The Fear of the Inevitable

    Some things in life are inevitable such as death and loss. We can pretend they aren't real, obsess over them, or live as Jesus lived. Here's how.

    God Bless,

    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Ladies' Hat Day for Mother's Day

    Ladies remember you are invited to wear a hat to Church this Sunday for Mother's Day.

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  • Morning Worship and Prayer 4-25-21

    Sunday Morning Worship music and Prayer. April 25, 2021

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  • Fearless: The Fear of Public Opinion

    The fear of public opinion comes from seeking validation and self-esteem from the surrounding crowd. Here's how it works, why it's not good, and what to do about it. God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • FEARLESS: The Fear of the LORD

    In a world driven by fear, the LORD makes us this promise: If we get the "Fear of the LORD" right, we don't have to fear anything else on earth, in life, or in eternity. Here's how.

    God Bless,

    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music 4 18 21

    Morning worship music and prayer, April 18, 2021

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  • The Last Supper: Would Jesus Wash Your Feet?

    The Lord Jesus Christ spent His last evening alive showing the extent of God's love for His people. The common customs of washing feet and sharing food serve as backdrop to the extravagant grace of God. If you had been at the last supper, would Jesus have washed your feet?

    God Bless,

    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 4-11-21

    Sunday morning worship music and prayer at Hardin Baptist Church. April 11, 2021

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  • HBC Church Update 4-9-21

    HBC Update 4-9-21

     

    What a great Resurrection Day (Easter) we had! There was a sweet spirit in all our services, everyone looked fabulous in their Easter Sunday best, and our attendance was way up.

    We had 25 in attendance at the Sunrise Service, and 193 in the two regular Morning Worship services for a grand total of 218 attending services.

     

    We will observe the Lord’s Supper this Sunday (April 11th) in both services (8:45 and 11:00). May God bless us as we do this “in remembrance of Him”.

     

    Our Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions was a great success thanks to the faithfulness of God’s people. We set a goal of $2,500 and exceeded it by more than $500 for a total offering of $3,025.

     

    Stage Remodel begins Monday so we need to move the piano and organ down by the front pews after Worship this Sunday.

     

    In the works:

    Foyer remodel is going along.

    Big Sign by the road replacement: we have a couple of quotes for nice electronic signs to consider.

    Church Camp fundraisers of Butter Braids going well. You can give online through our website. Call Rebecca Gorman or the Church Office for more information.

    We plan to have our annual Classic and Antique Automobile Show again sometime in May. Stay tuned for details.

    We will host a seminar for our Association in August on how to rebuild small groups such as Sunday School.

     

    God Bless you,

    Bro. Johnny

     

  • Risen! (Easter Sunday, 2021)

    When the Lord Jesus Christ rose from the grave that early Sunday morning proved His power over death and paved the way for our resurrection as well. "He is not here; He is risen as He said!"

    God Bless,

    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 4-4-21

    Morning Worship Music and Prayer. April 4, 2021

    Resurrection Day!

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  • Happy Resurrection Day

    Happy Resurrection Day! from Hardin Baptist Church April 4, 2021

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  • HBC Update 4-1-21

    HBC Update 4-1-21

     

    …the men said to them, “Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen. Remember how he told you, while he was still in Galilee, that the Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men and be crucified and on the third day rise.” (Luke 24:5-7 ESV)

     

    God doesn’t set out to prove that Jesus is His Son, or that He died for our sins, or that He arose from the dead.  He doesn’t argue the case, and He does not offer scientific proof of the resurrection; He simply proclaims it. People either believe or they don’t. That’s why our job is not to prove the Gospel, but to live it and proclaim by word and deed that He is risen, He is Lord, and there is eternal life in Him.

    Aren’t you glad you believe!     ~Bro. Johnny

     

    EASTER SERVICES AT HARDIN BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunrise Service at 6:45 on the Family Life Center parking lot. “BYOC” (Bring your own coffee).

    Regular morning worship services at 8:45 and 11:00 as usual.

     

    Yes: Masks/Face Coverings are still required for those of us who attend Church services in person even though the Governor has lifted the mandate. Thank you for your cooperation in this important matter.

     

    Wednesday night: Regular monthly Business Meeting 6:30 in the Sanctuary

     

    Next Sunday (April 11) we will observe the Lord’s Supper in both morning services.

     

    Stage remodel begins very soon. We will move the piano and organ down near the front pew this Wednesday night after business meeting.

     

    Wednesday Night Kids and Teens are growing again! This week we had 38 kids and 12 Adults for a total of 50 in attendance.

     

    We have twenty-three kids signed up to go to Church Camp this summer. They are doing a Fundraiser selling Butter Braids. If you would like to support them and order, please go to the link on the Church website, Church Facebook page, or Rebecca Gorman’s Facebook page to choose from a list of Campers to purchase from. See Rebecca for more info.

     

    Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions was a great success. We set a goal of $2500 and exceeded it! God bless you for your faithfulness in helping spread the Gospel.

     

    God Bless and Happy Resurrection Day!

     

  • MASKS STILL REQUIRED?

    Masks/Face Coverings are still required for those of us who attend Church services in person even though the Governor has lifted the mandate.

    Thank you for your cooperation in this important matter.

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  • Easter Morning Services

    EASTER SERVICES AT HARDIN BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunrise Service at 6:45 on the Family Life Center parking lot. “BYOC” (Bring your own coffee). Regular morning worship at 8:45 and 11:00 as usual.

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  • The Cross: The Torn Veil

    When the Lord Jesus Christ died on the cross, the veils in both the temple in Jerusalem and the real Temple of God's Throne room were thrown open wide for us, for our High Priest did what only He can do.

    God Bless,

    ~Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 3 28 21

    Sunday morning worship music, Annie Armstrong Missions offering (audio), and prayer March 28, 2021

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  • CHURCH CAMP FUNDRAISER ONLINE

    Order Butter Braids online from our Church Campers to raise funds for Camp Siloam this summer.

    You can select any Camper or Sponsor to support.

    For more information contact Rebeccah Gorman

    CLICK HERE TO ORDER

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  • The Cross: Mary Magdalene

    In the account of Mary Magdalene we see our own spiritual journey reflected. From darkness and deliverance, through a crisis of faith and to ultimate joy, she shows us a very real life of faith in the Lord. God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 3 21 21

    Sunday morning worship music, Annie Armstrong North American Missions offering video (sound only), and prayer. March 21, 2021

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  • HBC Church Update 3-19-21

    HBC Church Update 3-19-21

     

    Spring is here! What a glorious time of year when new life springs up all around us, and it all reminds us of the power and faithfulness of our loving Heavenly Father. Be careful not to be so busy or preoccupied with the negatives of this world that you miss the beauty that God put all around you so that both you and He could revel in the miracle of Life.

     

    Annie Armstrong Easter offering is in full swing through the rest of this month. You can give at the Church or online.

    Last year was very difficult for our missionaries, Church planters, and other workers. And everyone is still figuring out how to do ministry in a Covid/post-covid America. Please be generous with your prayers and your donations; our nation needs more Jesus!

     

    We have had to lay to rest two of our dear folks recently. Jim Torres and Charles MacNeill both have gone home to see the Lord. Sisters Reba Torres and Betty MacNeill have told me how much the love, support, and prayers have meant to them during these trying times. Please continue to lift them up in prayer.

     

    Our prayers and sympathies also go out to Sister Tracey Owens for the loss of her father, Aubrey Quarles, and for the family of Bonnie (Bonice) Mann, a long time member from years ago.

     

    Our Sunday sermons through Easter are a series on insights into the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ. Remember every message is available on the Church website.

     

    Wednesday Night Kids and Teens are still doing well. We thank God for each student and for every worker.

     

    Many have gotten their COVID shots and are moving around more, Several have also returned to in-person worship. This has bumped our total Sunday Worship attendance to a bit over 100 again. It’s always good to see the faces of those whom we’ve been missing. So be careful, and come when you can do so safely.

     

    “Love one another”

     

    God Bless,

    Bro. Johnny

  • Sympathies

    Sister Bonnie Mann passed away last February. Her memorial service will be held 10:00 am Saturday, March 27, 2021 at Ralph Robinson Chapel in Pine Bluff. Bro. Johnny will officiate.

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  • Sympathies

    Sympathies and prayers go out for Sister Tracey Owens over the loss of her father, Aubrey Quarles who was laid to rest last Friday, March 12th.  Continue to pray for those members of our Church Family who have lost loved ones and who have sick loved ones as well.

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  • The Cross: Whom do You Seek?

    When Satan came to Gethsemane to claim Jesus as his captive he found the Son of God to be impossible to capture, but willing to be our ransom. God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 03-14-21

    Sunday morning worship music, Annie Armstrong Missions video (sound), and prayer.

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  • The Cross: Preeminence

    The Cross of the Lord Jesus Christ is the single most important event in the history of the universe. What He accomplished through His crucifixion opens Heavens door to all, makes possible all the blessings of God, and determines our eternal fate. God bless, ~Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer 03-07-21

    Morning worship music, state of the Church in North America, and prayer. March 7, 2021

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer Feb 28, 2021

    Morning worship music at Hardin Baptist Church. Feb 28, 2021

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  • Tribulation Builds Character

    Stress in life is unavoidable, but what we do with it is up to us. The Lord's desire is to build character in us. Here is how we do our part. God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • HBC Church Update 2-26-21

    HBC Church Update 2-26-21

     

    “Have you entered the storehouses of the snow…? (Job 38:22)

     

                Well we finally had our winter… all at once! Record breaking amounts of snow (about 14-16 inches at the Church house), and record breaking low temperatures as well as the mercury fell to ZERO!

                But God got us through it as always. We were spared the misery of power outages in the frigid weather. Many were not so fortunate. Texas was especially hard hit. Please pray for those folks as they work to recover.

                Please pray also for Pine Bluff as they are still working to get water and other services restored, particularly at JRMC.

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    We have a family in our Church that could use some help at this time due to serious illness and hospitalization. If you would like to bless them financially please donate with an offering at church, by mail, or online during the next couple of weeks. Designate your offering as “Family Assist”. God bless you for your generosity.

    Click on the "Online Giving" tab above to donate online.

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    We’ve been running a little under 100 for Sunday morning total attendance lately, and continue to have both 8:45 and 11:00 Worship services. (A special “Thank You” to those who serve in both services. You are appreciated!)

    Wednesday Night Kids and Teens had 31 kids in attendance this week (2-24-21) as well as the usual excellent adult Workers. God bless them all!

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    Please remember your Church in your prayers, your attention, and your tithes. Ministry goes on in spite of the pandemic and the weather. And please let us know if you have a need. There is still much sickness and many difficulties in our community, and we all still need one another. Like our sign says, “Prayer for people. Help as you can”

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    God Bless and thank you for your faithfulness.

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  • Family Assist

    Dear friends, we have a family in our Church that could use some help at this time due to serious illness and hospitalization. If you would like to bless them financially please donate with an offering at church, by mail, or online during the next couple of weeks. Designate your offering as “Family Assist”. God bless you for your generosity.

    Go HERE to give online. https://www.hardinbaptistchurch.org/online_giving

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  • Thank You Bro. Eugene!

    Thanks to Bro. Eugene for clearing the snow at the Church. He's been at it for hours.

  • Benefits of Snow

    Historic amounts of snow fell in Arkansas in Feb, 2021. And although snowfall brings many problems, it also serves many purposes for good, designed by our loving Almighty Heavenly Creator. Here are a few benefits of snow.
    God bless,
    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Foundations: Love

    The most fundamental motivation for all Christian life is love. The greatest commandment and primary purpose is to be a living manifestation of the love of God. Here's how.

    God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Morning Worship Music and Prayer Feb 14, 2021

    HBC Morning Worship Music and Prayer Feb 14, 2021. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  • HBC Church Update 2-11-21

    God is good. Our ice storm was pretty mild here; we never lost power. All our buildings are fine and most of the ice is gone as of this writing (11 AM). The office is closed today but we plan to have it open tomorrow.
    Also the girls are still planning the retreat at Siloam. They are very well connected with the Camp and conditions there, are monitoring constantly, and are trusting the Lord to give them a safe and blessed weekend. Please add your prayers to theirs.
    Please stay safe and check on one another.
    See ya Sunday (live or online)! God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny
  • Jim Torres Services

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sister Reba Torres for the loss of her husband Jim. They both loved and attended Hardin Baptist Church for as long as they were physically able.

    Funeral service will be this Saturday, Feb. 13th, 3:00, at Ralph Robinson Chapel in Pine Bluff.

    More information can be found at www.ralphrobinsonandson.com

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  • Foundations: Jesus is Lord

    As Christians we love to proclaim "Jesus is Lord", but what does that truly mean? Here is why the lordship of Jesus Christ is foundational to all aspects of our faith: from salvation to eternity, from personal daily life to world events.

    God Bless,

    Bro. Johnny

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  • HBC Church Update 2-5-21

    HBC Update 2-5-21

     

    To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven   (Ecclesiastes 3:1)

     

    Today is officially “the middle of winter”, the halfway point between winter solstice and spring equinox. And while we can still have plenty of cold and bad weather over the next month and a half, it’s good to be reminded that seasons come and seasons go. It’s just a matter of time before everything changes. We are not stuck in our current circumstances.

                And after a year of “hunkering down” we can find ourselves in a “midwinter” state of mind. On the one hand the “new normal” is not so new anymore. We’ve adapted to a lot of change, found our new rhythms, and life goes plodding on. We can sometimes wonder is things have ever been any different.

                But on the other hand we actually desire even more change. There are a lot of personal freedoms and opportunities that we still miss and long for the day of their return: times of safe gatherings, public events, to see the faces of our friends without masks, hugs, handshakes, visible smiles and loud singing and cheering to name a few.

                But not yet. It’s still “mid-winter” for both weather and life’s circumstances.

                So while we wait, while we yearn for more freedom and fun, let’s not fall into the trap of being so occupied with what we can’t do that we lose sight of what we can most definitely do.

                Here is a short list, in the context of the Church, that we can still for one another.

                We can still: Pray, care or others, worship, stay connected with others, encourage, appreciate, seek revival, study and grow, hold onto faith, hope, and love, and be good disciples of Christ. We can still live out the three purposes of a Christian in many ways: Love God, Value others, and Improve ourselves.

                Now I’m with you; I don’t like cold weather, and I look forward to hopefully getting back to some of the “old normal”. But if seasons are constantly changing, I can’t afford to wait on the right circumstances to occur before I live my life. Time is too short and life is too precious. I’ve got to see every day as “normal” for that day, filled with both obstacles and opportunities, and make the most of it.

                I hope you will too.

                God Bless,

                ~Bro. Johnny

     

    “This is the day which the LORD hath made. we will rejoice and be glad in it.” Psalm 118:24


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  • Foundations FAITH

    One of the foundations of our Christian faith is our FAITH. Here are the three steps of faith, what genuine faith is and is not, and God's purpose in making us into people of faith.

    Taken from Hebrews 11:1-6, and Romans 1:17

    God bless,

    Bro. Johnny

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  • Bro. Charles McNeill funeral

    Bro. Charles McNeill, husband of Sister Betty McNeill passed away Sunday. Graveside services will be Wednesday, Jan 27, at Hardin Cemetery. Visitation 1:00, Funeral 1:30.

    Please pray for the family during this difficult time.

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  • Foundations: Prayer

    The single most important activity for a Christian is prayer. It is the basis and support for our all-important relationship with the Lord God. Otherwise the single most common and effective temptation wins: we avoid God. Here's how that plays out in your daily life. God Bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Foundations: The Word of God

    The foundation of our Christian faith is the Bible, Word of God. It is our ultimate authority, has power to change our lives, and is the daily bread of our souls. Here is how the Holy Spirit uses the Word to teach, encourage, protect, and develop us in our daily lives. God bless, ~Bro. Johnny

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  • HBC Church Update 1-14-21

    HBC Update 1-14-21

     

    Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior,  (1 Timothy 2:1-3)

     

    Like every other time in American history our country desperately needs our prayers. The Scripture above tells us clearly that the will of Almighty God is for us to live a quiet and peaceable life, and we can have that through answered prayer on behalf of our civil leaders. So for these next few weeks especially will you make prayer for our country a priority? God bless you as you follow His will. ~Bro. Johnny

     

    One of our beloved Church Family attended worship last Sunday, was tested for COVID-19 on Tuesday and found to be positive on Thursday. Fortunately, they wore their mask the entire time and sat with family members only during worship.

                This underscores again the importance of following our simple but effective protocols.           While the vaccine is becoming available, we must all do due diligence in common sense protection.

    • Wear face coverings
    • Watch your distance, sitting apart from others except household members
    • Wash and sanitize hands often

                And if you feel uncomfortable attending Church in person, feel free to join us online and have “Home Church”.

     

    THANK YOU for your generous love offering for our church Employees. It is greatly appreciated.

     

    Altar call at invitation time is open again. We praise God for the salvation of s young soul Sunday before last! Many need to be able to pray at the altar, some need to be able to join the Church, and some need to respond to the Lord’s call to salvation. Keep praying for your Church! (This is all easier now that I’ve discovered I can wear a mask over my ear microphone! Who knew?)

     

    Last Sunday we observed the Lord’s Supper in both services and it was a true blessing. A special Thank You to the Deacons and ladies who prepared and oversaw this beautiful Church Ordinance.

     

    Last Sunday’s numbers were as follows:

    Early service (8:45) –44

    Late service (11:00) –64

    Total – 108

    Wednesday Nite Kids/Teens (1-13-21) – Kids 30; Workers 10.

    Total Offering -- $5,346.00

     

    Whether you are able to attend worship personally or not, please remember this is still your Church hone and family. If you have any needs or prayer concerns please let us know. We love you and want you to do well.

    Remember also the Seven Activities of a good Church Member. We’ve had to adapt them but they still stand.

    • Daily Quiet Time with the Lord for personal worship, prayer, and Bible
    • Attend Worship, whether in person or online
    • Small Group involvement. Stay connected with a handful of your fellow church members for fellowship and mutual support
    • Serve the Lord through your Church. Use your gifts, opportunities, and prayers to minister to others
    • Give of your Tithes, Offerings, and time. Ministry, expenses, and missions must go on
    • Bring others, either to worship, into your Christian fellowship circles, or most importantly, bring them to Christ
    • Live a holy, Christ-honoring, Church-honoring life

     

    And finally, beware of being obsessed with the temporary troubles of this life. Rather, be obsessed with the eternal blessings of our great God and Savior the Lord Jesus Christ.

    God Bless you my Church Family of Friends

    ~Bro. Johnny

     

    NOTE: To watch our Church services on the computer or phone, go to the Church website at www.hardinbaptistchurch.org (that is all one word, and be sure you type dot ORG, not dot COM)

    Next, scroll down until you see the picture and description of the video you want to watch.

    Next, underneath the picture and description of the video you will see these words: CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

    Click on that sentence and it will open up another window and will be ready to play the video on YouTube.

    Next, click the “PLAY” button, which looks like a sideways triangle.

    Hope that helps, and God  Bless.

     

  • Foundations The Gospel of Christ

    First in our "Foundations" series, the Gospel of Christ is the foundation on which the rest of our Christianity rests. There is nothing more basic... or necessary... that being certain of the salvation of your soul. Here is the "what, why, and how". It is important to our understanding to have simple definitions of our "churchy" terms. What do we mean by "saved", "grace", and "faith"?

    God bless,

    ~Bro. Johnny

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  • Christmas, The Real Story: Mary

    Christmas, The Real Story: Mary

    December 27, 2020

    Mary was a most remarkable young lady full of wisdom and faith. She stands as an example of what it means to trust in the Lord God with all your heart and to yield completely to His Divine will. With maturity far beyond her years she could face a life of great challenges and pray without reservation that the Lord have His will... no matter what.

    God Bless,

    Johnny

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  • Merry Christmas

    HBC Update 12-23-20

    And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. (Luke 2:10-14)

     

    Merry Christmas

  • Christmas Cantata and Message 12-20-20

    Christmas cantata and message, Dec 20, 2020. "Emmanuel, God with Us".

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Christmas: Angel Messenger

    Merry Christmas!

    Here is the story of the angel Gabriel based on the detailed study of two dozen Scriptures. It was quite an eyeopener for me. May you be blessed as well.
    God bless,
    ~Johnny

    CLICK HERE TO READ

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  • Christmas, The Real Story: The Manger

    The real story of Christmas as you've probably never heard it. Those weren't ordinary shepherds the angel spoke to, and that was no ordinary manger, but it was THE manger that became a crib for the Lamb of God. Also how Mary ended up there. God bless, and Merry Christmas ~Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Sympahty for Sis Jeanne Caldwell

    Phillip Caldwell, son of Jim and Jeanne Caldwell has gone home to be with the Lord. Please pray for the family.

    Obituary Link

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  • HBC Church Update 12-11-20

    HBC Update 12-11-20

     

    The Christmas Season is here, and though we’re in the midst of a worsening pandemic the Christmas message still rings clear:

     

    And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. ~Luke 2:10-14

     

     

    Last Sunday we said goodbye to our beloved sister, Mildred Chavis. We’ll miss her sweet smile.

     

    Our sympathy and prayers go out to Sister Jeanne Caldwell for the loss of her son Phillip. Please remember the family. Here is the link to the obituary page. https://memorials.fullerhalesouth.com/phillip-caldwell/4454732/index.php

     

     

    LOVE OFFERING: We love and appreciate our Church employees for all they do for us throughout the year, and we’d like to display that with a love offering. We’ll take up a special offering for them over the next three Sundays. Please be generous as the Lord leads. Envelopes are in the Bulletins. (Make checks payable to Hardin Baptist Church. Donations will be equally divided among the four employees). You can also donate online through the Church website and by mail.

    Church Employees are: Secretary Lisa Silvey, Worship Leader Mark Estes, Custodian Eugene Sullivan, and FLC Custodian Dennie Lawson.

     

    Wednesday Night Kids’ Christmas party is this Wednesday at 6:30

     

    Our stage remodel has been postponed until next year

     

    Please remember our folks in prayer. We have a lot of seriously ill in our Church Family and they sincerely desire and need our prayers. Remember that as COVID-19 causes much sickness and misery, that’s on top of all that usually goes on anyway. It has become much more complicated to deal with surgeries, heart problems, breathing issues, chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes to name a few.

    We MUST do our part and lift them up in prayer to the Great Physician.

     

    You can find our Prayer List on the website under the “Members Only” tab. If you don’t remember your password call Lisa at the Church Office during regular hours.

     

    And finally, here’s a line from an old favorite hymn.

    “Through many dangers, toils and snares I have already come. ‘Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far, and grace will lead me home.” (Amazing Grace)

     

    God Bless

    Bro. Johnny

     

  • Christmas, The Real Story: The Word became Flesh

    Christmas, The Real Story: The Word became Flesh

    The real Christmas story began not on earth but in Heaven. It was an awesome transformation for God the Son to reduce Himself to the point where He could enter the race of humanity. Here's how "the Word became flesh".

    God bless and Merry Christmas,

    Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Sister Mildred Chavis Home with the Lord

    Our dear Sister Mildred Chavis has gone home to be with the Lord. She was a dear and faithful lady who loved the Lord and her Church. We will miss her sweet smile and spirit.

    Funeral services will be Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020, 2:00pm at Robinson/Fuller Chapel in White Hall. Visitation will follow. Burial will be private.

    For the obituary and more information CLICK HERE

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  • Be Happy Anyway: The Importance of Being UN-Happy

    God wants us to be happy but not complacent.

    By making us responsible for our fellowman and giving us His heart of compassion He grants us a Holy Unhappiness that motivates us to serve Him by through serving others. Here is how to discover your “tribe” and a key to your purpose in life. 

    God bless,  BroJohnny

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  • Be Happy Anyway Key #3: Give Thanks

    Be Happy Anyway Key #3: Give Thanks

    Thankfulness is the pathway to happiness, especially when it is expressed directly to our Heavenly Father, the giver of all good things.

    He has blessed us with so much to be thankful for, and we can choose to to have a thankful heart.

    God Bless,

    Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • HBC Church Update 11-24-20

    HBC Church Update 11-24-20

     

    Week of prayer for Lottie Moon International Missions begins this Sunday with special offering for the month of December.

    In depth prayer stories are available at www.imb.org/lmco

    Online giving can now be designated for Lottie Moon International Missions. Please be generous as the Lord leads. The whole world needs the Lord in these difficult days.

     

    Our condolences go out to Bro. Philip Smith for the loss of his brother, Roy Lee Smith. Please pray for the family.

     

    Remember to pray extra for our members in Healthcare/First Responders work. They are weary, stressed, and dealing with all the usual problems that the rest of us are, in addition to serving our community, Church,  and fellow man in this seemingly unending crisis.

    Here is a list to help you in your specific prayers for them. (sincere apologies if I leave anyone out.): Shonda; Edie; Larry K.; Ashlea K.; Lisa and Keith W.; Jane; Tana; Lacey; Rebecca G; Linda C.;  Heather S.; Estee S.

     

    Are you feeling isolated, separated from loved ones this holiday season? Then remember our military around the world who experience this at most holidays and special events in their lives. Thank God for their service and sacrifice.

     

    Don’t forget to have “Home Church” if you are not attending services in person. It’s easy to slip into neglecting having “Church”, whether you usually attend or not, and the holiday season and crazy times make it even more difficult to be consistent. But these circumstances also make it more important to maintain regular worship times where you consciously put the Lord first in all things. Church house or your house, do not forsake “the assembling of yourselves together” (Hebrews 10:25).

     

    With so much need around us we are often overwhelmed… with prayer requests!

    Someone recently asked me what to do with the endless flow of prayer requests. “No wonder we’re told to pray without ceasing!, she said.

    So I gave her my three step process. Here goes.

    1. Pray for each one once.

    2. Write down the ones that are near and dear to you so you can keep up with them and continue praying for them.

    3. Delete the rest, trusting the Holy Spirit to bring them back to mind if He wants you to prayer more about it.

     

    God Bless,

    Bro. Johnny

     

    Happy Thanksgiving!

     

  • Be Happy Anyway, Key #2: Prayer

    The second in our series "Be Happy Anyway", God teaches us the cure for all worry and anxiety; Prayer. We also discover that His purpose in prayer is often much different than our own. Here is why the Lord commands us to "Pray without ceasing". God Bless, Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Be Happy Anyway part 1: "Rejoice"

    In a world where there are so many reasons to be unhappy God says we can be happy anyway. The first of three keys to happiness is to learn to choose joy.

    Here's what you need to know to "Rejoice always".

    God Bless,
    Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • HBC Church Update 11-6--20

    HBC Church Update 11-6-20

     

    FROM THE PASTOR: Well election day is over, but the election is still up in the air as of right now (11/6/20, 10:54 am). And no matter what the results end up being, we are all good Christian Citizens who will remember that what unites us in Christ is far greater than what divides us in earthly matters, including politics. DO NOT allow the true Enemy which is Satan to build discord and division in the Family of God. After all, you have already been elected as a representative of Kingdom of God, an Ambassador for Christ.

    God bless you my dear brothers and sisters. ~Bro. Johnny

     

    “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” (John 13:34-35)

     

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    “BE HAPPY ANYWAY”, a three-part sermon series begins this Sunday. With the whole world telling you to be stressed, unhappy, pessimistic, and angry, the Lord your God has other plans for you; be happy anyway. Here’s how.

     

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    VETERANS DAY is next Wednesday. Thank God for our Veterans, and thank a Veteran for their service. It is because of their service and sacrifice that we all got to participate in the democratic process, unusual as it was.

     

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    JOURNALS: There are complimentary Journals in the foyers if you’d like one. Compliments of Sister Judy Armstrong.

     

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    SALVATION AND CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: If the Lord is leading you to join the Church, accept Jesus Christ as Savior, or other needs, please contact Bro. Johnny. He would love to talk to you about it.

     

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    ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES: You may now meet if you desire. Please observe social distancing and masks. You may meet anytime, not just at 10:00 on Sunday morning, and you may choose a large enough place to meet that will allow for social distancing such as FLC, Library, or Fellowship Hall. Just contact the Office and reserve the area so we’ll know to clean it before and after. (no coffee pots or snacks please except what you bring for your own personal use.). Anyone who wants a current or future Sunday School Quarterly please contact the Church Office.

     

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    LAST WEEK’S NUMBERS:

    Early Service – 39

    Late Service – 79

    Total – 118

    Wednesday Nite Kids/Teens – 22 Kids, 10 Adults

    Offering: $7,822.03

     

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    Next Week’s BIBLE READINGS (one chapter a day, Mon-Fri): Judges 10-14

     

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    HOW TO WATCH OUR MUSIC AND SERMONS ON COMPUTER AND PHONE:

    • Go to the Church Website: www.hardinbaptistchurch.org
    • Scroll down until you see a picture of what you want to watch.
    • Scroll down a little more. Beneath the picture will be a written description of the video.
    • Just below that you will see this line in all capital letters: “CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO”
    • Click on that line and the video will start

     

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    THERE IS STILL A LOT OF LOVE IN THE WORLD TODAY.

    God’s love for people has never changed, and He has sent millions of His loving Children into our society.

    Look at YOUR WORLD; not at a screen but at your own personal experiences. In this year have you personally experienced more love or more hatred toward you? Have you had more blessings or more curses? Have you interacted with more friends or more enemies? Of all the people you have encountered this year have most of them been fundamentally good folk or wicked folk?

    And what about you? How much love and care have you shared this year? How much harm have you deliberately done to others? Is life really so horrible?

    Don’t buy into the popular lie that our society is full of devils and our times are so bad that we’re living just short of apocalyptic tribulation. We are Christians. We are Americans. No one in history has had a better life.

    With Thanksgiving approaching, let’s get an early start on keeping the Lord’s commandment -- “…in everything give thanks…”.

     

    I’ll start.

    I thank God for the massive outpouring of love I have received as of late from my Church Family during Pastor Appreciation Month.

    I thank God for the massive outpouring of love and support I have received concerning the loss of my father.

    I thank Him for my family and the Lord’s answering of prayers, for jobs all around, for people who need me, and a basically safe society to live in.

    And in case I haven’t told you lately, I thank God for you.

     

    I thank my God upon every remembrance of you (Philippians 1:3)

     

    Now it’s your turn.

     

    Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy--meditate on these things.(Philippians 4:8)

     

    God Bless,

    Bro. Johnny

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  • In God We Trust: The Conscience of a Nation

    The Lord Jesus has called us to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world, to be a source of influence and truth. In this election year it is very important that Christians remember our hope is not in man but in God Almighty. Here is the part we are to play in the healing of society and our nation.

    God bless,

    Bro. Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Thank You from the Taylors

    Dear Church Family,

    Thank You so very much for your love, support, and prayers during the recent loss of my father. Your Christian compassion and concern have been a genuine source of help and serenity to my heart throughout these days. The Lord blessed Dad with 98 years, and he served the Lord for over seven decades. I thank God for my good Christian heritage. And although we know he is in a far better place in God’s good Heaven, Mom and my family will still miss him and his gentle spirit. So please continue to hold us up in your prayers. We love you all very much and thank God for you.        

    Bro. Johnny and Miss Evelyn

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  • Members of Hardin Baptist Church

    Mr Doyle Taylor, father of Bro Johnny Taylor, has gone home to be with his Lord.  Please keep Bro Johnny and Evelyn, his Mom, and the rest of the Taylor family in your prayers at this time.

  • In God We Trust: Race and Prejudice 10-18-20

    In God We Trust: Race and Prejudice

    In our series on current events and social issues we look at racism and racial prejudice.

    And though the simple answer is that God is against it and so should the Christian be, it is a complex and far reaching issue.

    Here is what racism if really about, where it comes from, and how to be aware of it.

    God Bless

    Johnny

    (The Outline is included with the video.)

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Gene Stewart Family Memorial Presentation 10-11-20

    Family of Bro. Gene Stewart received a Memorial plaque last Sunday in honor of his years of service to Hardin Baptist Church as Deacon. Presentation was made by Ronnie Palmer

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  • HBC Church Update 10-15-20

    HBC Church Update 10-15-20

     

    Thank you so much to our beloved Church Family for the Pastor Appreciation love offering. Your outpouring of love and generosity warms our hearts and fills us with thanksgiving for you and your support. Thank you also for your prayers on our behalf and your willingness to follow and support Church leadership in these crazy times. We love you dearly and thank God for you. ~Bro. Johnny and Miss Evelyn

     

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    Dixie Jackson Arkansas Missions Special Offering total $1,993.

     

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    We need candy for our Wednesday Night Kids and Teens. Please bring it by the Church before Wednesday, Oct 28th.

     

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    Please be in prayer for our teens as they struggle to deal with the loss of a classmate. There are questions about tragedy that are hard enough for adults to grapple with. It’s even more difficult for our kids. Remember this is on top of everything else that has turned their world upside down this year.

    So love on those you care about. Give them something that is comforting and will never change no matter what happens in the world around them. Share your love, faith, and hope you have in Jesus Christ. They really need it right now.

     

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    The National Elections are upon us (Tuesday, November 3rd) and everyone has an opinion. A Church is required to be nonpartisan first before the Lord, and secondly by the IRS. In our Church we have members who strongly identify with Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. And while our policy is “no politics in Church”, we are obligated before the Lord to preach and teach the truth concerning the social issues of the day.

     

    Last Sunday we began a sermon series entitled “IN GOD WE TRUST”. Over the next weeks we will cover topics such as the Christian and Civil Authority, Law Enforcement and Self Defense, Abortion, Homosexuality, Climate Change, Racial Relations, and others. The Almighty has much to say in His Word about all these issues. We want you to be informed voters, and informed Disciples of Jesus Christ. Pray for us as we address these “hot buttons”. God bless you as you seek to better follow the Lord Jesus Christ.

     

    There are Voter Guides in the Church foyers, provided by the Arkansas Family Council

     

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    If the Lord is leading you to join the Church, accept Jesus Christ as Savior, or other needs, please contact Bro. Johnny. He would love to talk to you about it.

     

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    Adult SS classes: You may now meet if you desire. Please observe social distancing and masks. You may meet anytime, not just at 10:00 on Sunday morning, and you may choose a large enough place to meet that will allow for social distancing such as FLC, Library, or Fellowship Hall. Just contact the Office and reserve the area so we’ll know to clean it before and after. (no coffee pots or snacks please except what you bring for your own personal use.)

     

    Anyone who wants a current or future Sunday School Quarterly please contact the Church Office.

     

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    Last Week’s Numbers:

    Early Service: 32

    Late Service: 84

    Total Attendance: 116

    Wednesday Night Kids & Teens: 28 Kids, 15 Adults

    Last Week’s Offering: $4,663.

     

    Next Week’s Bible Reading: Joshua 19-23

     

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    Church Contact Information:

    Hardin Baptist Church

    300 Todd Lynn Drive

    White Hall, AR 71602

     

    Office hours 9-5, Mon-Fri

    Office phone: (870) 247-1980

    Church email: hardinbc@suddenlinkmail.com

    Facebook: Hardin.Baptist

    Pastor’s email: johnnyd.taylor@gmail.com

    Pastor’s Website: www.johnnydtaylor.com

     

     

  • In God We Trust: God, Government, and the Believer

    How should a believer in Christ live in an unbelieving society? What should our attitude be toward civil authority? What do we owe human government as Children of God and Citizens of the Kingdom of God? And you'll be shocked at who the Bible calls "ministers of God"!

    God Bless,

    Johnny

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Morning Worship Music and Gene Stewart Memorial Presentation 10 11 20

    HBC Morning Worship Music and Prayer.At the close of today's service it was our joy to present the Gene Stewart family with a memorial plaque in memory of Bro. Gene's love and service as a Deacon of Hardin Baptist Church. Presentation made by Bro. Ronnie Palmer.

    CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

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  • Marvin Workman Family Presentation 10-4-20

    The family of Bro. Marvin Workman was presented a memorial plaque for his service as Deacon in Hardin Baptist Church for fourteen years.  Presentation made by Bro. Eugene Sullivan.

     

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  • HBC Church Update 10-8-20

    HBC Update 10-8-20

     

    The National Elections are upon us (Tuesday, November 3rd) and everyone has an opinion. A Church is required to be nonpartisan first before the Lord, and secondly by the IRS. In our Church we have members who strongly identify with Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. And while our policy is “no politics in Church”, we are obligated before the Lord to preach and teach the truth concerning the social issues of the day.

     

    This Sunday we will begin a sermon series entitled “IN GOD WE TRUST”. Over the next weeks we will cover topics such as the Christian and Civil Authority, Law Enforcement and Self Defense, Abortion, Homosexuality, Climate Change, Racial Relations, and others. The Almighty has much to say in His Word about all these issues. We want you to be informed voters, and informed Disciples of Jesus Christ. Pray for us as we address these “hot buttons”. God bless you as you seek to better follow the Lord Jesus Christ.

     

    There are Voter Guides in the Church foyers, provided by the Arkansas Family Council

     

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    Bro. Gene Stewart faithfully served the Lord and Hardin Baptist Church as a Deacon. At close of the 11:00 service this Sunday we will honor him and his service with the presentation of a memorial plaque to his family. Presentation made by Bro. Ronnie Palmer.

     

    For those who have served well as deacons obtain for themselves a good standing and great boldness in the faith which is in Christ Jesus. (1 Timothy 3:13)

     

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    If the Lord is leading you to join the Church, accept Jesus Christ as Savior, or other needs, please contact Bro. Johnny. He would love to talk to you about it.

     

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    Adult SS classes: You may now meet if you desire. Please observe social distancing and masks. You may meet anytime, not just at 10:00 on Sunday morning, and you may choose a large enough place to meet that will allow for social distancing such as FLC, Library, or Fellowship Hall. Just contact the Office and reserve the area so we’ll know to clean it before and after. (no coffee pots or snacks please except what you bring for your own personal use.)

     

    Anyone who wants a current or future Sunday School Quarterly please contact the Church Office.

     

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    Copies of last month’s Financial Report are in the Foyers and on the Church website (members only tab).

     

    Online Giving is available on our Church website, and your offering can now be designated for General Fund, Building Fund, Dixie Jackson Ark. Missions, or Pastor Appreciation.

    Our monthly online giving has increased from $729 in June, to $1788 in September.

     

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    October is Pastor Appreciation Month: This month we will be taking up a love offering for our Pastor and his wife, Bro. Johnny and Evelyn Taylor. This is to show our love, support and appreciation for everything that they do for our church. On October 11th, we will celebrate Pastor Appreciation Day. Please continue to pray for our pastor as he brings up God’s Word, especially during these difficult times.

     

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    Last Week’s Numbers:

    Early Service: 35

    Late Service: 78

    Total Attendance: 113

    Wednesday Night Kids & Teens: 26 Kids, 14 Adults (39 total)

    Offering: $5,925

     

    Next Week’s Bible Reading: Joshua 14-18

     

  • Morning Worship, Lord's Supper, and Workman Presentation