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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!
Sunday morning sermon, March 1, 2015. Pass on the Past; Focus on the Future. Philippians 3:11-4:1
Our church’s monthly devotional, prepared by Pastor Brian. Our focus in March is Discovering Our Messiah in Matthew and the Psalms. Click here for a printable version.
Dear Fellow Servants,
One of the major measuring sticks of a victorious Christian life is how faithful one is over the long haul. Without a doubt there will be ups and downs as we work through this life, but overall there should be a definite pattern of consistency. Scripture contains the records of many faithful saints of God, and one of those is the priest, Jehoiada. The statement summarizing his life is recorded for us in 2 Chronicles 24:15-16:
Sunday morning sermon, February 22, 2015. Righteousness: Works of Flesh or Walk of Faith; Philippians 3:1-11
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When it come to achieving a life of righteousness, if we are not careful, we may think it is all up to us. What I mean is that we may think our efforts and hard work will pay off in convincing God that we are living the way He desires. However, the Bible tells a different story, emphasizing the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross as the only true pathway to a life of righteousness, or right living. The world’s way is to tell us to be all you can be and reach within for that extra something. The apostle Paul saw both sides of this dilemma and realized that only one way worked. Pastor Brian will share a message showing us what this great apostle learned, and how we can benefit from his example. Join us this Sunday at 10:45 am for a time of worship and a challenging message from God’s Word.
Dear Fellow Servants,
Ah yes, tis February, and the season of love. Don’t worry, though. I am not here to offer mushy advice on chocolates and flowers. The western world makes much of Valentines’ Day and all the pressure to show one’s affection for their true love. Instead, I would like to draw your attention to a passage in Scripture (one of many, I assure you) which is an example of true, sacrificial, covenant love. This is best exemplified in God Himself, of course, but let’s consider David and Jonathan.
If this describes you, please come and join our seasoned and experienced facilitators as we seek to better understand the in’s and out’s of separation and divorce through the lens of scripture. DivorceCare is a community, non-denominational seminar and dvd program with a new class starting this Fall. The first of 13 sessions begins Monday September 14 2015, 6:30-8:30 p.m. and meets at First Baptist Church every Monday.