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Who is Lee Delbridge?
 Lee Delbridge grew up in Gasburg, VA and has been a full-time minister for the indepenedent, non-denominational, Christian Church since 1976 and has been minister for the Smyrna (GA) Christian Church since January 1983.  He is married and has one grown daughter, Susan. Susan married Mike O'Brien in 2001. They have one child, Ezekiel (Zeke) born in 2011. 
 
 
What does he believe?
  •  Lee believes that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and our only rule of faith and practice.  He believes that it is inerrant (in its original autographs) and that it is sufficient (it contains everything we need to know about our relationship with God).  He believes it is written in normal language that any Christian with the aid of the Holy Spirit can understand.
  • Lee believes that we live today under the new covenant therefore the New Testament is our primary guide.
  • Lee believes that Jesus is God; that He was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross as a atoning sacrifice (substitute) for us sinners and that He is the only way of salvation.
  • Lee believes that salvation is a free gift from God based entirely on what Jesus did on the cross.  We must accept Jesus as our personal Savior by faith, repentance, confesssion, baptism and Christian Living
  • Lee believes that God created the world less than 10,000 years ago in six literal days.
  • Lee believes that Jesus is coming again and will set up a kingdom on earth and reign for 1000 years.
 
Is the information free?
We may add a "store" with items for sale later, but at this time all the information is free.  None of it is copyrighted, therefore you may use any of it without permission and without giving credit.
 
Do you seek donations?
We do not request nor expect donations.
 
 
Can I contact Lee thought e-mail?
 
 
 
How Often Is New Information Added?
New information is added from time to time, but not on any set schedule.
 
Which translation of the Bible do you use in your studies?
The New American Standard Bible (1995 Update) is used most often.  Occasionally we will use the uncopyrighted World English Bible.
 
 

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