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2/19/2013 by Charlie Kuykendall
Worship Changes the Heart AttitudeOne thing that encourages me to worship is to see the ways that worship is changing me. The most exciting thing that has begun to happen in my life as a worshiper is that I am finding myself able to maintain a worshipful heart attitude for longer and longer periods of time. For instance, sometimes when I’m ...
2/19/2013 by Charles Thomas
February is here and we are rolling! I want to thank everyone on our leadership teams for joining us this past January to help kick-off the New Year. Our ministry meetings were a huge success and our guest speaker, Mark Matheson, shared with us some invaluable insights into the multi-campus model in which we now operate as a church. I also want to ...
2/19/2013 by Blake Stinnett
Well, we officially made it through the first month of the year. That means… well we have a lot more to do and God has blessed us with another day in Him. As we know, Children's ministry can stay quite busy and there is always a lot going on. First and most importantly, we have our annual Spaghetti Dinner/ Cake Auction coming up on ...
2/19/2013 by Austin Aldridge
On a trip to a soccer tournament months ago, Tristan and I ran across a church in a small rural town that was enormous! It was so large, it was almost an eyesore for its meager surroundings. It was neighbored by three farms, two mobile home communities, a small gas station (that opens at 5 and closes at ten- you don't see that much anymore...
4/1/2012 by Blake Stinnett
It has been an amazing year so far! Thanks to all the volunteers and a wonderful committee, everything has taken flight in the right direction and we are starting to see fruit from our wonderful children's ministry here at FBC.
April is a busy month with so much to offer. The greatest thing to offer is hope to others, because we know that Jesus...
4/1/2012 by Austin Aldridge
My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slower to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.
I find myself quite often having to apologize for comments said during an emotional debate or conversation. I hope some of you ...
4/1/2012 by Charles Thomas
As we approach the most holy days of our Christian calendar, let us remember the sacrifice that our Lord and Savior made for us as He gave his life to save humanity from sin and death. He gave His life so that we might live forever.
Take the time this Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday to invite someone else who might need to know of the wonderful ...
3/16/2012 by Austin Aldridge
For the Kingdom of God
is not a matter of what we eat or drink,
but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy
in the Holy Spirit.
If you serve Christ with this attitude,
you will please God,
and others will approve of you, too.
So then, let us aim for harmony in the church
and try to build each other up.
3/16/2012 by Charles Thomas
Building off the theme from the first phase of our capital campaign, we imagine a place …
1. That creatively implements the Great Commission
Developing relationships with people in our community. Discovering clever and appropriate ways to share our faith and extend God’s love ...
5/6/2011 by Charles Thomas
Dear Church Family, May has arrived and, thinking back on this past April, we have much for which to thankful. Many great things have happened over the last several weeks at First Baptist Church, and I want to thank you for your personal involvement in all that we accomplished. It was a wonderful Easter season with our Palm Sunday fellowship under...
5/6/2011 by Austin Aldridge
This past Saturday, as I was coaching Tristan’s soccer game, I noticed a change in behavior and performance in his play. His attitude was just different. In fact, he walked differently, was extremely quiet and pulled away from the group. I think it frustrated me more that when asked what was wrong, the comment was, “Nothing, Dad.&...
4/6/2011 by Austin Aldridge
We know that every one of us can remember decisions we have made that we wish we could have tried again. We all have "fallen short" at some time in our lives with our decision making process. In an effort to help with our decision making practices, here are some notes on gaining Godly wisdom and learning how God would have us make...
3/31/2011 by Charles Thomas
What an exciting April we have planned at FBC! I hope that everyone will participate in this holiest season of all as we commemorate our Lord’s atoning death on the cross on Palm Sunday, and then celebrate our Lord’s glorious resurrection from the dead on Easter Sunday!
Think about all that is going on this month, from our Senior ...
3/9/2011 by Austin Aldridge
The great hope of the American church is… Neighbors loving neighbors.
I must admit, I get frustrated easy. I pray for patience, but, of course, God makes me we wait to receive that patience. I get frustrated approaching the square on Jonesboro Road when no one “gives a gap/takes a gap” like the sign asks. And why are ...
3/9/2011 by Charles Thomas
Dear Church Family,
And so the rebuilding continues…
Thanks so much for your positive response to the Nehemiah series. Your calls, letters, emails, and concerns about this particular sermon series, to me, are an indication that we are headed in the right direction and that God is up to something big! Some are rebuilding their lives...
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