Believers' Chapel

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Believers' Chapel is listed in the Churches Nondenominational category in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Displayed below is the only current social network for Believers' Chapel which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Believers' Chapel on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

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1820 S Rutherford Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 893-0107
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Come sing and worship with us this Sunday! All are welcome. see you at 9 or 10:30 ❤

This coming Sunday is week 4 of our 'Courage' series! Check out this video from Eric. Have a great week!

Here is a Story of Courage by Jon Douglass: For most of my life I’ve felt anything but courageous. I bet that’s shocking to hear. You probably look at me and think, other than the receding hairline, that guy’s got it all together. He’s smart. And handsome. And strong. He just exudes confidence and charisma. He’s super spiritual, too. But no. You would be incorrect...about some of those things. Courage is something big. And bold. And heroic. On a whole different level than me. Most of the time I feel weak. And small. And inadequate. And scared. And let past failures hold me back. And care, more than I like to admit, about what people think of me. And my faith? Well, it’s there. But far too often it’s shallow, and safe, and comfortable. Prompted by not being satisfied with where I am, and some rather pointed conversations with my wife; for the last six months I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery. Not an Oprah-esque, new-agey kinda thing. But an honest evaluation of my heart. A discovery of my true identity. Digging deeper in the Word. And allowing God to search me and see what’s really there. I’d be lying if I said it’s been easy. But the Lord’s working on me and helping me realize so much of what I was thinking was wrong: about Him & about me. And my faith has been strengthened in the process. My first big step was this past October when I got baptized. I’ve been a Christian a long time and knew it was something I needed to do. But I avoided it for a variety of reasons. Pride. Fear. Embarrassment. “I don’t need to do that. I’m good.” What were people gonna think of me? “Oh my goodness! He’s never been baptized?” But it was awesome. And I’m so glad I finally did it. It was one of the few times I’ve really felt courageous. Like I was walking in faith. Following my heart. Facing my fears. Letting go of everything holding me back. Doing something I needed to do. Not caring what people thought of me. Focused on the Lord. And I’m still a work in progress. For sure. But I’m in a good place. And despite my struggles, I can say with confidence, 'I know the source of true love. And peace. And strength. And courage. And He knows me.'

Come join friends and family singing and worshipping together! All are welcome 💙... see you at 9 or 10:30am!

This coming Sunday is week 3 of our courage series! Check out this video from Barry. Have a great week!