bookGrace and Truth

Conrad Murrell Biogrpahy

I cannot reflect on the life and ministry of Conrad Murrell without a sense of profound gratitude to God. Since the day I first met him nearly forty-five years ago, his impact on my own life and ministry has been inestimable. His unusual spiritual authority, his insight into the “heart” of Scripture, his ability to analyze men and movements, his great wisdom in dealing with thorny pastoral problems, and his example and skill in personal counseling have all affected me deeply. Conrad Murrell was a “pastor’s pastor.” The impact of his life and teachings will continue for generations to come through the men he mentored and encouraged. May this biography challenge and inspire us to follow in his steps! ~ Charles Leiter

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In Light of Eternity

Leonard Ravenhill Biogrpahy

I was introduced to Leonard Ravenhill at the very beginning of my Christian pilgrimage and the impact of his life upon mine remains until this day. He lived as one who dwelt in the shadow of the Almighty and he preached as one sent from God. He knew God’s presence, wore His mantle, bore His burdens, and spoke His truth. He was the rarest of commodities in his day and ours – a man of God. –– Paul Washer

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Providence ChapelDenton TX church

Located in Denton, TX

Who Are We?

We can best be described as a reformed, congregational, baptistic, new covenant church.

Our focus is glorifying and enjoying our great God and Savior Jesus Christ, in all of life, concentrating on the simplicity of congregational worship with hymn, chorus, and psalm singing.

Our congregation is nourished by expositional preaching with solid fellowship and encouragement.

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Our Lord Says...

“But the Lord is faithful, and He will strengthen and protect you from the evil one.”

– 2 Thessalonians 3:3

“Now I say this, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable.”

– 1 Corinthians 15:50