Eternal Life Baptist Church invites you to join us for Sunday morning Worship at 11am

Grow Together in Bible Studies, Sundays at 10am and Wednesdays at 10am and 7pm.

Eternal Life Baptist Church is  located on East County Line Road in Mooresville, IN. 

Bible Study
Sundays @ 10am
Wednesdays @ 10am
Wednesdays @ 7pm
Gathered Worship

Sundays @ 11am


Please join us on Sundays at 10am for Bible Study and at 11am for Worship Service with Pastor Nate Tripp. 

Wednesdays at 10am for Bible Study (book of Revelation) with Pastor Nate,

and/or the 7pm  Bible Study (book of Proverbs) with Tim Underwood.

Verse of the Week
Deuteronomy 31:6

 Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the Lord, your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you.

Song of the Week
Be Strong in the Lord

Be strong in the Lord, and be of good courage; Your mighty Defender is always the same. Mount up with wings, as the eagle ascending; vict’ry is sure when you call on His name.

So put on the armor the Lord has provided, and place your defense in His unfailing care.  Trust Him, for He will be with you in battle, lighting your path to avoid ev’ry snare.

Be strong in the Lord, and be of good courage; your mighty Commander will vanquish the foe. Fear not the battle, for the vict’ry is always His; He will protect you, wherever you go.


Be strong, be strong, be strong in the Lord; and be of good courage, for He is your guide. Be strong, be strong, be strong in the Lord; and rejoice, for the vict’ry is yours.

About the Author
Linda Lee Johnson

Linda Lee Johnson was born in 1947, in Seattle, WA. She has lived on the west coast most of her life. Linda was accepted into Chabot College in CA. She and her husband, Bruce, were married and started a family. Her husband was a Christian school superintendent and she worked as his secretary. They have 2 children, and 3 grandchildren.  She began writing lyrics in 1978.  On the flight to her grandfather’s funeral, she wrote the poem, “Be Strong in the Lord”. The poem was read by a family friend, Tom Fettke, who asked for permission to set the poem to music. She agreed and not long after the hymn was published in hymnals. She and Bruce still live the house where they raised their children, in CA.