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    Something Is Wrong...but, The Bible Is Right!

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    We simply believe the Bible and seek to follow it as closely as humanly possible. We seek to restore what God laid forth in His word, nothing more and nothing less.


    We believe that if you do the same things that people in the bible did to become a Christian then you will become what they became. It is that simple – do just what they did and become just what they became. Getting your information about how to be saved from any other source is not as reliable as it is coming straight from the Word of God. Read through the book of Acts where we read of many different conversions to Christianity. Do what they did and become just what they became. Don’t take our word for it, read it for yourself and you’ll know that you’re doing what God wants.

    In reading through Acts, we’d encourage you to remember two things. Since the people that we read about started from different religious backgrounds, there are some things that they may have already done that aren’t included in the biblical account. Because of this, it would be good to make a list of the things that everybody was told to do just to make sure that you’re not missing a step. Secondly, see if there is an order in which things were done – do people repent before they’re baptized? Are they told to believe before they repent? Pay attention to the details, because you want to make sure that you do exactly what the Scriptures teach (John 14:15; Matthew 7:21-23).

    The Church

    We seek to be exactly what the Bible teaches – the church of the New Testament. Nothing more and nothing less. To do this, we don’t go beyond what is written – so we don’t have any organizations, creeds, manuals, or other oversight that you don’t read about in the Bible. Congregations are independent and autonomous, just like we read about in the Bible. Congregations are overseen by a plurality of elders (Titus 1:5) that meet the qualifications that are laid forth in the Bible (Titus 1:6-9; I Timothy 3:1-7).


    Good News Today is a work of the Dunlap church of Christ. It exists to educate (Matthew 28:20), encourage (Hebrews 3:13), and evangelize (Mark 16:15). It is funded just like every other part of the work of the congregation – through freewill donations from its members. Members and congregations in other locations also contribute to the work (Philippians 4:16; Romans 15:26-27), but the ultimate responsibility for the work rests with the Dunlap congregation.

    Because of this, we never ask our audience for donations. The work of the church is paid for by the church.