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Mell Baptist Assn
4022 Tift Ave N
Tifton, Georgia 31794
Phone: 229-386-0865
http://www.readytospendandbespent.blogspot.com
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Mixed (same service)
Weekly Attendance
100 - 249

Jason Jones

Mell Baptist Assn

Baptist, Pastor/Minister

About me:
The Mell Baptist Association is a cooperating group of Southern Baptist in the Tift County, GA area. I serve as their Director of Missions

Church-planter with NAMB in Maine for four years Pastor, Ne... read more
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Evelyn Murphy
January 10, 2010
the virgin birth is folk lore.many religions prior to christianity advocate a virgin birth.egypt,and it''s ancient God Horas.This was also a virgin birth among others.The entire thing is a hoax.I am a former Catholic.
sermon comment
Jason Jones of Mell Baptist Assn
January 7, 2010
Sorry, David, didn''t see this comment till now. Sorry, I wasn''t more clear. My congregation, and those who listen, know that I believe mormons are not Christians, and their views are heretical. It was for illustration only, b/c it is the only subset of the population that has a significantly lower divorce rate. And even though they are not redeemed, and do not have the Spirit within them, they are doing something right in the marriage area. that is all that I was saying. and in the audio, you will probably find some of the qualifying statements that you are looking for...this is just an outline.
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David Wilson of Grant Avenue Baptist Church
January 16, 2009
I was in full agreement with the author of this sermon until he cited Mormon practices. Of course, we cannot hide the fact that Mormon families manage to stick together-- but the author includes this with no qualifying statements as if the Mormons are brothers and sister in Christ. The Mormons are very moral people and some of their practices have a firm Biblical foundation-- however, their definition of who God is, who Jesus is, etc. differs greatly from Biblical Christianity. As an illustration, a warning statement indicating that the author was not endorsing Mormon beliefs and practices would prevent misunderstanding.