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  • Christopher Benfield

    Contributing sermons since Jun 14, 2016
Christopher's church

Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church
Mount Airy, North Carolina 27030
336-789-5395

About Christopher
  • Education: I received my Doctorate of Ministry from Andersonville Theological Seminary.
  • Experience: I have been in pastoral ministry since 2005, and maintain an internet ministry featuring sermon resources at www.pulpitpages.com. I am also the author of PULPIT PAGES - Joseph: Bitterness, Betrayal, and Blessing, published by Xulon Press.
  • Family: My wife, Tanya, and I have been married since 1990. We have two adult daughters.
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  • The Grace Afforded The Saints

    Contributed on Sep 23, 2018
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    Promises are only as good as the ability of the one making the promise. Often promises are made, and yet the individual is unable to keep the promise. Such is never the case with the Lord. What He has promised, He will provide!

    The Grace afforded the Saints 2 Peter 1: 3-4 It is interesting to note, Peter penned this letter near the end of his life, V.14. No doubt he was mindful of what he faced, knowing the tactics of the Romans and their accepted practices of execution. However, like his contemporary Paul, Peter faced ...read more

  • An Eventful Night In Bethany

    Contributed on Sep 19, 2018
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    A Jesus entered the home of Simon the Leper, many were there. Some out of curiosity; some came to see the spectacle; one, in particular, came to worship.

    An Eventful Night in Bethany Mark 14: 1-11 Today we begin a journey through a very eventful and emotional chapter in Mark’s gospel. The events recorded cover a span of just over twenty-four hours. At the conclusion of the chapter, we will find Jesus accused and condemned of the Sanhedrin in the ...read more

  • A Greeting To The Saints

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2018
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    At times the church faces challenges from without, but often the greatest danger may come from within. If we are to combat the struggles associated with false doctrine, we must be settled in the Word.

    A Greeting to the Saints 2 Peter 1: 1-2 This second epistle of Peter is very similar in tone and intent to the second epistles of Paul. In large part, the second epistles were written to follow up on the first, and particularly to combat apostasy and false doctrine. Having written the first ...read more

  • The True Vine

    Contributed on Sep 9, 2018
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    Making His way toward the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus declared that He was the True Vine. Those abiding in Him would bear much fruit. Jesus took time to describe the significance of His position as the Vine and the great care afforded the branches.

    The True Vine John 15: 1-5 We have come to the last of the I Am statements recorded in John’s gospel. Along with the previous statement when Jesus declared He was the Way, the Truth, and the Life, these comments followed their intimate time within the Upper Room. Jesus and the disciples are at ...read more

  • Watching And Waiting

    Contributed on Sep 6, 2018
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    Jesus declared that it was impossible for anyone to know the exact day and hour of His return. While we cannot predict the precise moment the Lord will return, He did provide some definite signs that reveal His return is very near, even at the door!

    Watching and Waiting Mark 13: 28-37 Today we come to the conclusion of Mark’s account of the Olivet Discourse. Jesus had given much detail to the disciples regarding the end times and the Great Tribulation. He concluded this conversation with a challenge for them to be aware of the time, while ...read more

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