Welcome to our website!
We hope the information contained on these pages not only informs, but also instructs and blesses you. As you view these pages, you will gain understanding of our mission and appreciation for the people involved in ministry here.
Of course, there is no way to fully capture the heart and soul of this congregation without getting personally acquainted with the people and becoming involved in this ministry. So we are eager to welcome newcomers, knowing they will always be greeted with kindness and treated with grace.
For now, however, we introduce you to this congregation in this manner. Please read the articles and note the activities. Above all, we hope these pages reflect our conviction that the Bible is the final authority and that Jesus is Lord.
If you are considering a move to our ministry area, please know that you have friends waiting for you at Christian Church of Mountain Home. If you vacation in this beautiful setting of trout streams and lakes surrounded by beautiful bluffs and vistas, please fellowship with us around the Lord's Table.
When you come, you will find:
Happy In Serving,
Gene McCoy, Preacher
Dollar Day occurs four times a year, every month in which there is a fifth Sunday. March 30 is the next opportunity, then, to bless people in our immediate area with legitimate need with the gift of our one dollar bills. All one dollar bills in the offering plate on Sunday, March 30, will be given to the person in our congregation who made us aware of a financial need in the community that has been verified. That individual will have the privilege to present the money to that individual or family.
Elmer Johnson was immersed into Jesus on Saturday, February 22. Erica Nowlin and Vidallia Potter received the forgiveness of sin and the gift of the Holy Spirit in baptism on Thursday, February 27.
The Ozark Christian College choir will present a concert in our Worship Center at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 19.
Our standing policy is that the Lord's Supper will be provided for all who choose to travel to the church building on a Sunday morning, despite adverse weather conditions. This is not intended to pressure anyone to venture out against their best judgment. Neither is it intended to cast aspersion on those who do not attend. It is simply acknowledging the high priority we place upon the weekly supper appointment with the Lord and His church.