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Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Are you familiar with the story of Martin Niemoller? Niemoller was awarded the Iron Cross as a German U-Boat commander during World War I. After the war, he sensed the call to preach and became a Lutheran pastor. Like many Germans, Niemoller was hopeful in 1933 that new Chancellor Hitler would...

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Minister of Discipleship and Children call weekend planned January 11-14

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The Minister of Discipleship and Children search committee is excited to announce a candidate for the church’s consideration in view of a call the weekend of January 14.  Due to confidentiality issues in the church she is currently serving, the candidate will be fully introduced to...

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The Meaning of Christmas

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

For many Christmas is a season spent among family and friends. We plan our calendars around Christmas parties, fellowships and family meals. We offer gifts of love and appreciation. We come together for beautiful worship services and Christmas concerts to proclaim that in the birth of Jesus, God...

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Stay and be

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Let me tell you something – this morning I woke up with a sore jaw. At first, I thought I was coming down with tetanus (I’ve always been a bit melodramatic). Come to find out, though, I was just clenching my jaw in my sleep. Can I say that I’m a little stressed? I was (and...

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Forsaken!

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Sutherland Springs. . .Las Vegas. . .New York City. . .What do you say in the face of horrific evil that continues to manifest itself in our world and nation? Religious platitudes ring empty as we cry out. . . .”Where is God?” “Why have You forsaken us?” Denied...

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Finding hope and faith in the midst of pain

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Las Vegas… New York City… Sutherland Springs. What do you say in the face of horrific evil that continues to manifest itself in our world and nation?  The Psalmist cried out in anguish, My God, My God, why have You forsaken me? We do not know the circumstances around the...

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Deadline nears for Peru sign-up

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In 2018, First Baptist Church will partner with Operacion San Andres (OSA) by sending a team of high school youth for the third time. The deadline to sign up for the mission trip is Nov. 19 and the deposit is $200. Avery Taylor plans to make another trip to Peru, and she's pretty excited about...

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Basket Party makes impact on community

Posted by Shana Adkisson on

On Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. Hallock Hall will be one big Thanksgiving Basket Party as FBC provides a free family meal, games and crafts, and a basket of food to take home for Thanksgiving for 50 families with children under 18. "It’s a wonderful opportunity to connect with young families in our...

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The Language of Old

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

One of the struggles of Native American peoples is preserving their individual languages. Of course, language is more than words. Language embodies the culture of a people, preserving the past, shaping the future and giving meaning to the present. Language passes on the stories that tell...

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Community Ministry Offers Help to Those in Need

Posted by Shana Adkisson on

Every first and third Sunday from 4-5 p.m. FBC serves a free hot dinner to people of the community in Hallock Hall. A rotation of six to eight volunteers from our LifeGroups serve the meal and others are always welcome to serve and pray with our guests. The Clothes Closet is open on the first...

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