After Saul’s failure to lead the nation with integrity, the prophet Samuel was sent to Bethlehem to crown the next king. What is it about this Old Testament story that points forward to hope for us this Christmas? Let’s get our Bibles open to 1 Samuel 16 and find out. Join us at 10:30 am … [Read more…]
What can we learn about the significance of the town of Bethlehem this Christmas season? Starting this Sunday, we will examine a little more closely what the Bible has to say about this birthplace of our Saviour. Hint: Bread is a significant part of it! Join us at 10:30 am or right here online.
First Baptist Church, Wallaceburg is celebrating its 156th anniversary this Sunday and we will have Rev. John Neposlan from Windsor in our pulpit. For those not able to make this special service our online message will focus on, well, focus. Let’s see what we can learn from Asaph’s mistakes in Psalm 73 about losing and … [Read more…]
Our church is observing Remembrance Sunday this week, on the heels on November 11th. We will look at how the Lord used David mightily to train other men whose lives were in disarray but who became battle-tested and fought bravely for Israel under David’s leadership. What can we learn about David that will apply to … [Read more…]
If your life is in shambles and nothing seems to be working, you may think there is no hope for you and that God cannot use you. However, one touch from the Lord can change everything. It did for one man in Scripture, whose life we will examine closely this week. After he met Jesus, … [Read more…]
God gives us an invitation to follow Him and serve Him, but we must decide if we will take Him up on it. We will look at a man in Scripture today who got his call and followed with all his heart. What can we learn from his example? Let’s study together and find out! … [Read more…]
A wealthy young man, who lacked nothing of the world’s goods, came up to Jesus one day asking for more. What he wanted was not more material things but rather something that would satisfy the deep longing of his heart. Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am or online to find out what that was. … [Read more…]
When it comes to introducing others to the Saviour, the most natural way is through the influence you already have with people. This can include co-workers, classmates, neighbours, etc. Matthew, the author of the New Testament’s first book, was a master of this. Let’s see how he did it in this week’s message at 10:30 … [Read more…]
One thing we can be thankful for on this Thanksgiving weekend is that Jesus calls even the ordinary and the skeptical to be His followers. Philip and Nathanael fall into those categories, and there is much that we can learn from them. Join us at 10:30 am or watch this message online.
Jesus may have called James and John to be apostles, having them leave the safety and security of their fishing business, but they didn’t get the corner office right away. These men needed some spiritual detox time, and so do we! Let’s find out more this Sunday at 10:30 am or online. We will also … [Read more…]