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SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday
Wednesday
Bible Study
Morning Worship
 
Praise Band Rehearsal
Sanctuary Choir practice
 
Discipleship Training
Children’s Discipleship Training
Youth
Evening Worship
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
 
3:30 PM
4:00 PM
 
5:00 PM
5:00 PM
 
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
Mission in Action(children)
College and Career
Adult & Youth Bible Study
6:30 PM
6:30 PM
6:30  PM
 
 
 
Mission Summary:
As East End Baptist Church, we are going to walk with Jesus and take as many people with us as we can.
 
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WHAT WE BELIEVE

 
1. The Scriptures
The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is God’s revelation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture of error, for its matter.
 
2. God
There is one and only one living and true God. …The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being.
 
3. God the Father
God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe, His creatures, and the flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. …God is Father in truth to those who become children of God through faith in Jesus Christ.
 
 
 
 

LEADERSHIP/STAFF

 
 
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Doug HibbardPastor
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Brad Daniel Minister of Youth
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Evelyn Cornelius – Secretary
 

SERMONS AT EAST END BAPTIST CHURCH

 

Feb 8, 2016
February 7 PM
Series: 2016 Other
"February 7 PM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 2 of 2. Genre: Speech.
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  • Feb 8, 2016February 7 PM
    Feb 8, 2016
    February 7 PM
    Series: 2016 Other
    "February 7 PM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 2 of 2. Genre: Speech.
  • Feb 8, 20161 Samuel 1 February 7 AM
    Feb 8, 2016
    1 Samuel 1 February 7 AM
    Series: 1 Samuel
    "1 Samuel 1 February 7 AM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 1 of 2. Genre: Speech.
     
     
    First principle: reading narrative for truth. Relevant practices: read the whole passage. Look for what happens. Look at actions. Look at what God clearly does and does not do--just because something occurs or even "works out" does not mean it meets with God's approval.
     
    Second principle: extended patience with the providence of God. God is not to be hurried.
     
         Sub principle: The rivals for your attention will demand and demean you while you wait. (Peinnah)
     
         Sub principle: Human comfort is sometimes not enough (Elkanah)
     
    Third principle: Prayer is between you and God--take your burdens there. DO NOT SHARE A PRAYER REQUEST TO PEOPLE YOU WANT TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS. PRAY, THEN
    ASK THEM FOR HELP.
     Seriously. If you're in a room full of auto mechanics and your car needs help, don't ask them to pray when you want them to help. Ask them to help.
     
         Sub principle: and stop using "prayer request" as a cover for gossip or complaint. You don't really want me to pray that your back doesn't hurt when you sit for an hour in church, you really just want shorter sermons...but by making it a "prayer request," you manipulate others into listening.
     
    Fourth principle: Expect devotion to look wrong. And to get weak embrace from those whose hearts are cold.
     
    Fifth principle: Follow through--every good and perfect gift is from above, and should be used for the glory of God.
     
    FROM THE START.
     
    Sixth principle: Surrender joyfully--2:1
     
    Seventh principle: Keep up the encouragement 2:18-20
     
    What do we make of these principles?
     
    That we must serve the God who authors the story of our lives, just as Hannah did.
     
    That we must see beyond the appearances of people to the heart of their suffering.
     
    That ordinary people doing small acts of devotion and obedience change the world.
  • Feb 1, 2016John 6 Jan 31 AM
    Feb 1, 2016
    John 6 Jan 31 AM
    Series: John
    "John 6 Jan 31 AM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 1 of 1. Genre: Sermon.
  • Jan 18, 2016John 6 January 17 AM
    Jan 18, 2016
    John 6 January 17 AM
    Series: John
    "John 6 January 17 AM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 1 of 2. Genre: Speech.
  • Jan 18, 2016Nehemiah 4 January 17 PM
    Jan 18, 2016
    Nehemiah 4 January 17 PM
    "Nehemiah 4 January 17 PM" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Track 2 of 2. Genre: Speech.
  • Jan 11, 2016January 10 AM John 5
    Jan 11, 2016
    January 10 AM John 5
    Series: John
    "January 10 AM John 5" from 2016 Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016. Genre: Speech.
  • Jan 11, 2016Ezra 8 January 10 PM
    Jan 11, 2016
    Ezra 8 January 10 PM
    Series: 2016 Other
     
  • Jan 4, 2016John 5 “Always Working”
    Jan 4, 2016
    John 5 “Always Working”
    Series: John
    "John 5 "Always Working"" from 2016 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Genre: Speech.
     
    January 3 AM: John 5:1-17 "Always Working"
     
    Text: John 5:1-17
     
    "Always Working"
     
    EEBCAR 2016 Jan 3 AM
     
    1. Return to John's Gospel.
    2. God at work in healing.
    3. Jesus goes up to Jerusalem--most likely for Passover
      1. Irenaeus (<- Polycarp <-John) highlights that Jesus always went up for the Passover
      2. This is in accordance with the Law and religious custom
      3. If Jesus is faithful to the gatherings of the people to worship, how can we not be?
    4. Who do we take orders from? The human side or the One who has healed us from death?
    5. Jesus is compassionate--even to those who are weak and alone
    6. Some tradition is worth keeping--the Passover was a celebration of God's deliverance; other tradition is not worth keeping--do we really need to hassle about carrying a mat on a Saturday?
    7. Ultimately, this is the point: The Father never stopped working. The Sabbath was set aside as a day for worship and rest for man. Why? 1. Because man is NOT GOD and must rest sometime; 2. Because man is NOT GOD and must trust God to make up the rest day; 3. Because man is NOT GOD and must take time to worship.
    8. The Father and the Son are always working because They are God. (Trinitarian beliefs are fun on grammar). 
    9. We respond: not by working to death--we ARE INCAPABLE OF MATCHING THE WORK OF GOD
    10. We respond by: 1. surrendering the impossible to the Lord God. This starts with our salvation; 2. worship at the beginning and end of all we do; 3. obedience to God above all others--including knowing what HE calls holy and righteous, not what men do; 4. Focus the work in the right direction: we are the dead raised, the lifetime lame healed--proclaim the One who healed! 5. Don't be that legalist, who haggles over trifles (who left that bulletin in the wrong place? Why are these teenagers in my seat?) while the amazing work of God continues around you...and leaves you behind.
  • Jan 4, 2016Ezra 3
    Jan 4, 2016
    Ezra 3
    Series: 2016 Other
    "Ezra 3 " by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2016.
     
    Ezra 3:
     
    1. Rebuild
    2. Let fear drive you to worship
    3. Weep for what is lost, but celebrate what is ahead
  • Dec 28, 2015December 27 AM: Matthew 2 The Next Step
    Dec 28, 2015
    December 27 AM: Matthew 2 The Next Step
    Series: 2015 Other
    "December 27 AM: Matthew 2 The Next Step" from 2015 EEBCAR Sermons by Doug Hibbard. Released: 2015. Track 2 of 3. Genre: Speech.
 

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4701 East End Road
East End, AR 72065
 
PH: 501-888-2210
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