The apostle Paul commended the Philippian church for their faithful financial support of his ministry, right from the very beginning. God’s work takes money to make it happen, but we are often reluctant to part with our finances out of fear or of selfishness. This church exudes a beautiful example of how Christians should respond to the ongoing work of the gospel through their generous gifts of money. Let’s learn together what we can do in our church in our community by the teaching from this important passage. Pastor Brian will unpack all the details for us in the 10:45 am worship service. We would love to have you join us!
Sunday morning sermon, Mar 22, 2015
“Practice What H Preached”
The vast array of choices in life can seem like we’re standing at an all-you-can-eat buffet and wondering what to pick and what to leave out. In the spiritual life, the apostle Paul helps us narrow the selection down to the best of the best. Grab your Bible and plan to join us at the 10:45 am worship service to find out what Paul recommends and why it would be wise for us to “practice what HE preached.” You will want to come back in the evening, too (at 7:00 pm), as we welcome German pastor, Rev. Ingolf Schmidt, a man who suffered much under communism in the former East Germany. His story is powerful and inspiring — don’t miss it!
Sunday morning sermon, Mar 15, 2015
Joy, Peace, and Gratitude: Three Key Ingredients to Prayer; Philippians 4:4-7
The Wallaceburg Veterans and Families Support Group was started in May 2010 at First Baptist Church in Wallaceburg. Pastor Brian Horrobin is our Padre. Veterans and their Families meet in a Healing circle. The Veterans are able to speak about their horrors experienced overseas and at home. The Family members can speak of their experiences of living every day with the Veterans. Both sides can gain insight to the wound of PTSD. Together we start healing and the long trip home.
We also reach out to First Responders; Police, Fire and EMT’s as they see horrific things here in Canada and their experiences mirror those of Soldiers. We are open to ALL Veterans and Serving Soldiers no matter their country.
Come join us to learn more. We currently meet on the second Tuesday of the Month at 7:00PM at First Baptist Church. As we like to say “Let’s talk, shall we?”
When it comes to prayer there are really no quick fixes. However, the Bible does offer some important “keys” to unlock prayer’s powerful potential. Pastor Brian will be unpacking this for us at our 10:45 am worship service this Sunday. Why not plan to join us and see if this teaching from God’s Word will help you to kick your prayer life up a notch.
Sunday morning sermon, March 8, 2015. We’re In This Thing Together. Philippians 4:2-3
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The church, like any other people-filled organization, deals with conflict between those of different personalities. The church in Philippi had 2 ladies who did a ton of work for their church, but had trouble getting along. Houston, we have a problem! The apostle Paul addressed this issue because of how important it was to the life and health of the church. We are no different here in the 21st century. Pastor Brian will share some insights from God’s Word to help us get along as we work together for God’s kingdom. Join us for our 10:45 am worship service!