Morning Worship -  11 AM

Evening Worship - 7 PM


Bible Study - 7 PM


Evening Worship - 7 PM


Evangelism - 4 PM


new-testament-christian-church-hannibal-mo-world-missionWe live in a world that's become increasingly void of absolutes. Some believe they are gone forever; but are they? The Bible is clear on what's right and wrong in the eyes of a loving God. 

Here at New Testament Christian Church, we still believe in absolutes. We preach a living Christ and the Gospel message of love for those who are seeking something to anchor their lives to. Come to one of our services and hear about a God of:

Absolute Truth: find out He is Real, Genuine, Authentic and Sincere, from His Word.

Absolute Justice: justice, righteousness and equitableness demonstrated by His people.

Absolute Love: profoundly tender, caring and passionate affection for you.

My friend, come join us and see for yourself that God hasn't changed. He's still the same, "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever." Hebrews 13:8 (KJV)


Pastor R. Madden



Meet the Pastor

Pastor Madden and Family:

My name is Pastor Madden and this is my wife and son.

We're here to reach out to the people of Columbia and the vicinity with the Word of God.

As a Pastor, I feel a responsibility towards this community, and to God, to help reach lost souls with the Gospel of Jesus Christ - God is Love, and we want to share His love with you.

Please prayerfully consider attending one of our services and growing with us. God bless you.

Last Week's Bible Summary

Galatians Chapter 5:

With verse one, Paul reaches the climax of this epistle, stating what can properly be called the theme of his letter: "Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage." He follows with dire warnings about the consequences of seeking to be circumcised and justified by the Law. He then reminds them that the hope of righteousness is for those who through the Spirit eagerly wait for it with a faith working through love.

The next few verses continue with warnings about allowing others to hinder their progress, with Paul's harshest words reserved for those trying to impose circumcision. Yet Paul does not want anyone to think that liberty in Christ means license, and encourages them to use their liberty in order to serve one another in love. The two-fold benefit of this proper use of liberty is that one actually fulfills the Law, and at the same time does not give the flesh an opportunity to cause them to bite and devour one another.





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