1797 Hwy 72 W, Clinton, SC 29325
A Reformed Fellowship
July 2: The Lord’s Supper–morning service;
Extended Session: lunch following morning worship
with afternoon session beginning @ 1:15.


Abusing the Scriptures: Galatians 3:28

If you ever took a class on expository preaching, you would have heard the line about the preacher who had written a great sermon and now needed a scripture to go along with it. Unfortunately, that scenario gets played out too often. The Scriptures become something to use instead of the Word of God to heed. The Bible gets especially abused by…

Paul Washer video on the popularity of false teachers

Sometimes we find a preacher unwilling to cave to the craving by our culture for a gospel which satisfies their earthly desires. One of our Cornerstone members sent me a link to this video of Paul Washer. Some may think Washer is too harsh or unnecessarily strident. The same charge has been leveled throughout history at men who opposed false teachers. Our…

Thinking about the death of the “King of Pop”

On June 25, 2009, the news of the death of Michael Jackson was greeted with shock and disbelief. Madonna was crushed: “I can`t stop crying over the sad news. The world has lost one of the greats, but his music will live on forever.” Dick Clark commented: “Of all the thousands of entertainers I have worked with, Michael was the most outstanding.…

Imitation Christianity

A danger for many Christians is they worry they do not believe in Christ intensely enough. They worry that their faith is not strong enough. The Bible, though, does not speak of the quantity of our faith. Faith is a resting, a trusting in Christ, a belief that Christ died upon the cross in the place of the repentant sinner. Christ took…