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We are the church described in the New testament in the 21st century.

The Church is to be the "pillar and support of the truth" (1 Tim. 3:14-15) and we believe that when we follow the Scriptures it will produce Christians just as it did in the first century (Acts 2:38-42). As such we do not hold a formalized creed or statement of faith but instead, rely on the Bible alone for spiritual teachings and practice (2 Timothy 3:15-17) We accept the Bible as being both verbally inspired and infallible in content (2 Pet. 1:20-21; 1 Cor. 2:11-13). Consequently, when the Bible speaks upon any given subject, its pronouncement is accepted as final.

We are non-denominational.

It is our sincere desire to be non-denominational. Neither are we inter-denominational. It is our wish and purpose to wear no other name than Christ's and to be known simply as Christians, members of the body of Christ. Such was clearly true of the Lord's people in the first century (Acts 11:26; 1 Pet.4:16; Eph. 1:22-23; Col. 1:18; Rom. 16:16). We refer to ourselves as the Church at Las Vegas, the church of Christ, the Lord's church, or some other scriptural description, not in an attempt to be "sectarian," but to identify ourselves as the church belonging to Christ. Jesus Christ is the head, the Savior, the purchaser, the redeemer and the foundation for the Church. (Ephesians 1:22,23,5:23-26, Acts 20:28, 1 Corinthians 3:11).

We are excited about the Great Commission

We believe that the Good News about Jesus is what God uses to call mankind to Himself (2 Thessalonians 2:13-14, Romans 1:16-17). When that message of salvation is proclaimed, each person then becomes responsible to make a choice concerning what they have heard. Those that accept the truth of that message repent of their sins, confess Jesus as their Lord, and are then baptized into Christ for the forgiveness of their sins and to receive God's Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38-41). Thus a person is born again and added to His Church. (Titus 3:3-7, Mark 16:16, Acts 22:16, Galatians 3:26-27, Colossians 2:9-12, 1:13-14) The Church is not something that you can "join" or be "voted" into by men! The Lord Himself adds individuals to His Church when they obey the gospel (Romans 6:17-18, Acts 2:47).

* Our Plea For Unity.

We plead for unity among all who obediently respond to the doctrines and commandments given in the New Testament. Such is in harmony with the prayer of Jesus and the pleadings of the apostle (Jn. 17:20- 21; 1 Cor. 1:10; Eph. 4:1-6). We consider such unity to be possible, or Jesus would not have prayed for it. We also note that unity and love for each other was a mark of discipleship in the early churches (Jn. 13:34-35; Acts 2:44-46; Acts 4:32). And since division has always been the result of departure from "the faith which was once delivered unto the saints" (Jude 3), we believe that division can be healed by a return to the revealed word of God.

     
     
    by Darrell Reyman, Minister
     
    Church Leadership:
     

John Racine, Evangelist

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The Church at Las Vegas
3388 S. Decatur Blvd.,
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Phone Number:
702-876-3499


   


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Encouraging Scriptures


Adult Sunday School Scriptures for
August 24, 2014:
1.  2 Corinthians 6:1-13
(NIV)

   As God’s co-workers we urge you not to receive God’s grace in vain. For he says,

   “In the time of my favor I heard you,
     and in the day of salvation I helped you.”

I tell you, now is the time of God’s favor, now is the day of salvation.

Paul’s Hardships

   We put no stumbling block in anyone’s path, so that our ministry will not be discredited. Rather, as servants of God we commend ourselves in every way: in great endurance; in troubles, hardships and distresses; in beatings, imprisonments and riots; in hard work, sleepless nights and hunger; in purity, understanding, patience and kindness; in the Holy Spirit and in sincere love; in truthful speech and in the power of God; with weapons of righteousness in the right hand and in the left; through glory and dishonor, bad report and good report; genuine, yet regarded as impostors; known, yet regarded as unknown; dying, and yet we live on; beaten, and yet not killed; sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; poor, yet making many rich; having nothing, and yet possessing everything. We have spoken freely to you, Corinthians, and opened wide our hearts to you. We are not withholding our affection from you, but you are withholding yours from us. As a fair exchange—I speak as to my children—open wide your hearts also.



2.  2 Corinthians 7:1-4 (NIV)

   Therefore, since we have these promises, dear friends, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit, perfecting holiness out of reverence for God.

Paul’s Joy Over the Church’s Repentance

   Make room for us in your hearts. We have wronged no one, we have corrupted no one, we have exploited no one. I do not say this to condemn you; I have said before that you have such a place in our hearts that we would live or die with you. I have spoken to you with great frankness; I take great pride in you. I am greatly encouraged; in all our troubles my joy knows no bounds.



Sunday Morning Worship
Scripture Reading for
August 24, 2014:
Acts 9:10-22
(NIV)

   In Damascus there was a disciple named Ananias. The Lord called to him in a vision, “Ananias!” “Yes, Lord,” he answered. The Lord told him, “Go to the house of Judas on Straight Street and ask for a man from Tarsus named Saul, for he is praying. In a vision he has seen a man named Ananias come and place his hands on him to restore his sight.” “Lord,” Ananias answered, “I have heard many reports about this man and all the harm he has done to your holy people in Jerusalem. And he has come here with authority from the chief priests to arrest all who call on your name.” But the Lord said to Ananias, “Go! This man is my chosen instrument to proclaim my name to the Gentiles and their kings and to the people of Israel. I will show him how much he must suffer for my name.” Then Ananias went to the house and entered it. Placing his hands on Saul, he said, “Brother Saul, the Lord—Jesus, who appeared to you on the road as you were coming here—has sent me so that you may see again and be filled with the Holy Spirit.” Immediately, something like scales fell from Saul’s eyes, and he could see again. He got up and was baptized, and after taking some food, he regained his strength.

Saul in Damascus and Jerusalem

   Saul spent several days with the disciples in Damascus. At once he began to preach in the synagogues that Jesus is the Son of God. All those who heard him were astonished and asked, “Isn’t he the man who raised havoc in Jerusalem among those who call on this name? And hasn’t he come here to take them as prisoners to the chief priests?” Yet Saul grew more and more powerful and baffled the Jews living in Damascus by proving that Jesus is the Messiah.





Adult Sunday School Scripture for
August 31, 2014:
2 Corinthians 8:1-14
(NIV)

   And now, brothers and sisters, we want you to know about the grace that God has given the Macedonian churches. In the midst of a very severe trial, their overflowing joy and their extreme poverty welled up in rich generosity. For I testify that they gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability. Entirely on their own, they urgently pleaded with us for the privilege of sharing in this service to the Lord’s people. And they exceeded our expectations: They gave themselves first of all to the Lord, and then by the will of God also to us. So we urged Titus, just as he had earlier made a beginning, to bring also to completion this act of grace on your part. But since you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness and in the love we have kindled in you —see that you also excel in this grace of giving. I am not commanding you, but I want to test the sincerity of your love by comparing it with the earnestness of others. For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich. And here is my judgment about what is best for you in this matter. Last year you were the first not only to give but also to have the desire to do so. Now finish the work, so that your eager willingness to do it may be matched by your completion of it, according to your means. For if the willingness is there, the gift is acceptable according to what one has, not according to what one does not have. Our desire is not that others might be relieved while you are hard pressed, but that there might be equality. At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need.



Sunday Morning Worship
Scripture Reading for
August 31, 2014:
Acts 9:23-31
(NIV)

   After many days had gone by, there was a conspiracy among the Jews to kill him, but Saul learned of their plan. Day and night they kept close watch on the city gates in order to kill him. But his followers took him by night and lowered him in a basket through an opening in the wall. When he came to Jerusalem, he tried to join the disciples, but they were all afraid of him, not believing that he really was a disciple. But Barnabas took him and brought him to the apostles. He told them how Saul on his journey had seen the Lord and that the Lord had spoken to him, and how in Damascus he had preached fearlessly in the name of Jesus. So Saul stayed with them and moved about freely in Jerusalem, speaking boldly in the name of the Lord. He talked and debated with the Hellenistic Jews, but they tried to kill him. When the believers learned of this, they took him down to Caesarea and sent him off to Tarsus. Then the church throughout Judea, Galilee and Samaria enjoyed a time of peace and was strengthened. Living in the fear of the Lord and encouraged by the Holy Spirit, it increased in numbers.




 
   
 
 
     
       
   
   

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