Podcast Now Available on iTunes!

Our sermons are now a bonafide podcast that can be found on iTunes and downloaded to your iPod.  Click here to open our page in iTunes or you can search for “Marsh Lane Baptist Church” in the iTunes store.


Ted Walker-My Favorite Verse

“I was young and now I am old,
yet I have never seen the righteous forsake
or their children begging bread.”-Psalm 37:25, New International Version
     To understand the context of the scripture, one must read Psalm 37 in it’s entirety. Throughout the chapter David speaks about the ways of the wicked and how they seem to prosper. He also reminds us that the ways of the wicked will be punished.  At the same time, we are encouraged  to commit our ways to the Lord, to continue doing good, trust in Him, and wait patiently for Him. We are told that the steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord.
     Although I do not consider being in my late 40’s old (although sometimes I feel that way!), I can definitely say that in a few seasons of life I have witnessed the faithfulness of God, He does take care of his own, and He certainly punishes those who do evil.  For believers, the difficult part is accepting that God takes care of business in His time frame. This is especially hard when we witness evil acts around us daily, or when evil acts are being committed against you personally.  This is when the not so easy premise of waiting patiently comes in.  In those circumstances, trust that God will deliver victory for the righteous no matter how long it takes.   So as a reminder to all of us in the fight, I close with a New Testament scripture that goes well with Psalm 37:25–And let us not be weary in well-doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not (Galatians 6:9).

Walking With God


There is a great story in the Old Testament about an ancient man named Enoch.  We know hardly anything about him.  There seemed to be writings about him in the New Testament times, and even a book by his name.  What we do know is true, the scriptures provide for us an evaluation of his life.  He lived in the terrible times just before the Flood.  God gave us an evaluation of the culture of that time, he says “he was sorry he made man.”  The Bible tells us that people were brutal to each other as well as debased in their behavior. In Genesis we are told that Enoch was the father of the oldest man ever, Methuselah.  In the genealogy offered in chapter 5 gives us this information. 

Genesis 5:21-24 –

And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah: and Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: and all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years: and Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him. 

Notice how the sacred scriptures tell us two times.  “Enoch walked with God”, it also tells us that he was taken away by God!  Not sure what that means exactly but it seems to suggest an early type of rapture.   But here is what I want us to focus on, “walking with God.”  What does that mean and am I doing it? 

What would be your definition of walking with God? 

SPECIAL* Missionary Interviews

Williams Interview
McCutchen Interview
Ivy Interview
Hawkins Interview

Special Interviews we had at our “Engage” Missions Conference 2K13!

Are You Engaged or Just Freewheeling?

This Sunday Morning Sermon by Senior Pastor John Hadley was the kickoff service to Marsh Lane’s “Engage” Missions Conference 2013.

Don’t Touch My Stuff!

Don’t Touch My Stuff! by Pastor John Hadley. Part of “Christianity 101” series at MLBC.

So Your a Christian, Now What?

Christianity 101- So Your a Christian, Now What?

1) I should Unite with a body of believers.
a) Christ Started the Church
b) Christ builds the Church

2) I should Observe Christian Ordinances
a) Baptism
b) Communion (Lord’s Supper)
c) Personal Edification

A Believer without a church home is like a fish without a pond.

What Are You Living For?

Christianity 101: Once Saved, Always Saved

Christianity 101- Back to the Basics

Unleashing the Power of Forgiveness Part 4

Unleashing the Power of Forgiveness Part 4
“What Forgiveness Is”