Minister Tom Lynch

Email Tom Lynch


421 Providence Blvd
Clarksville TN 37042

(931) 647-7825

Schedule of Services


 Bible Study - 9:30am

 Morning Worship 10:30 am

Evening Worship 6:00 pm


Bible Study 7:00 pm


Upcoming Sermons

June 5 Things You Didn’t Learn In High School
June 12 Ruthless



You asked for it… you got it!!


Due to popular request, Vacation Bible School is moving to the evening! This will enable more adults to be here, which will allow us to provide the rides necessary to bring more children in. The date is June 6—10, and the time is 6:30—8:30.


No doubt your children have friends, and your friends have children, so let’s work together to pack our classes with as many as we can!



If you’d like to make a financial donation toward refreshments see Kevin Dorris or Donna Laliberte. Or if you would prefer to bring something to one or more sessions feel free to do so.

Working Together

     “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their labor” (Ecc. 4:9). A person who has no relations with others is generally self-centered. The most normal thing for a rational human being is to seek companionship. This is the wisdom Solomon expressed. The one whose desire it is to be alone is concerned with nobody but self.

     When creation was almost complete, God created a man – a rational human being. But he saw it wasn’t good for the man to be alone so he created from his side, a companion – another rational human being (Genesis 2:18). The purpose was primarily companionship. What God said of Adam Solomon said of all men.

     Getting along together takes working together. God asked through Amos, “Shall two walk together, except they have agreed?” This is true in any combination of people. No combination is it more important in than marriage. The strife that enters a marriage relationship that is unchecked portends evil results.

     In the early pioneer days there was an older couple who seemingly could not get along because they fought and quarreled continually and had done so for many years. A new preacher moved into the area and, when he heard of their evil habit, paid them a visit. He said to them, “If you will cooperate, I will teach you a simple lesson that will help you.” When they had agreed, he threw a rope up over a tree limb and asked each one to pull on the end of the rope. After they had pulled hard against each other for a while, he asked them to stop, and said, “Now, I want each of you to pull on the same end of the rope.” When they did so, they very easily pulled the rope over the tree limb. The preacher then said, “Pull together, and not against each other” and jumped in his buggy and road off!

     The same is true with congregational relationships. It is essential that brethren work together for they are working for God. “For we are God's fellow-workers: ye are God's husbandry, God's building” (1 Corinthians 3:9). That was said to a local church about two very good men – Paul and Apollos. All of us in this congregation are workers together – for the Good Lord. Pull on the same end of the rope.

~via Valley Station Church of Christ
Louisville, Kentucky


This weeks Bible Reading:


May 23: Numbers 23-25 May 26: Numbers 31-32 
May 24: Numbers 26-27 May 27: Numbers 33-34
May 25: Numbers 28-30 May 28: Numbers 35-36
May 29: Deuteronomy 1-2


God’s Part


·    His great love for man (John 3:16)

·    He gave His Son, Jesus, as the Savior (Luke 19:10)

·    He sent the Holy Spirit as a guide (John 16:13)

·    He gave the gospel as His unto salvation (Romans 1:16)

·    He provided atonement by the blood of Christ (Romans 5:9)


Man’s Part


·   Hear the Gospel. (Romans 10:17; John 8:32)

·   Believe the Gospel (Hebrews 11:6; John 20:31)

·   Repent of past sins (Luke 13:3; Acts 17:30)

·   Confess faith in Jesus Christ (Romans 10:10; Matthew 10:32)

·   Be Baptized (Galatians 3:27; Mark 16:16;

        Acts 2:38)

·   Be faithful unto death (Revelations 2:10)



God has done His part;

Won’t you do yours?

Copyright © New Providence Church Of Christ