Some state legislators are getting tough on college campuses that take tax dollars but allow students to shout down conservative speech they don't like.Â
Matthew 28:17 And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted. Some doubted while others worshipped. Jesus has died, been buried, dead three days, risen again and now they are in His presence. They still had doubts and fears. They saw Him. They touched Him. They worshiped but still found it hard to believe. God understands your doubts. Just keep coming with your doubts. Keep studying the Word of God. Keep listening to preaching. Watch the Word of God growth your faith and clam your doubts.
MarÃa GarcÃa â Lady that has been coming since Miguel was pastor. When she was younger she had been baptized and was following the routine of being a christian. The Soncco's started doing foundations with her where she lives so that others in her neighborhood could come. As they were doing it she realized she had never really made the decision. So she did during foundations.Â This past Sunday she made her precision in Jesus public by being baptized! Pablo HernÃ¡ndez â Pablo's girlfriend started coming to english classes and then started coming to church. She would try and get him to come to church but he wouldn't so she started getting him to come to english classes then try to get him stay for church. He didn't want to be there at first but slowly his face changing for being mad there to enjoying the service. Jimmy started working with him, and took him in from the beginning and led him to the lord, foundations, and this Sunday he baptized him. God has been majorly blessing our Spanish ministry. Pastor Jimmy and his family have been laboring extremely hard and God has been blessing. This past Sunday afternoon the Spanish [â¦]
Congratulations to all the studentsÃÂ of FBCS for completing another school year. We are proud of all your accomplishments. Special recognition awards were given to the FBCS teachers. Patty Carman-Principal, Susan Roundtree and Jessica Ravenscraft-teachers, Lahlah Santos-Elementary Music teacher, Dale Garcia-High School Music Teacher Pastor Jay and Sis. Linda were recognized forÃÂ bringing the school to FBC. ÃÂ A poem [...]
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Jessica has arrived to work at FBCS as Bro. Jeff prepares to leaveÃÂ for the Philippines. ÃÂ
Sunday services at Heartland were very good. The attendance in the morning was such that the main room was nearly full. Sunday night was very well attended, with a special treat with Bro. Watson adding his guitar to our congregational music. During the last two days, several of our folks have been attending the preaching conference in Canton, IL with the Gray Brothers. I had jury duty up until last night and worked tonight, so I could not go. I am looking forward to getting the cd's for sure. Tomorrow night is Bible study. Sure hope to see you then.
Tensions continue to escalate on Korean peninsula
Listen to this sermon here Last Sunday evening at the ABF at Brandon and ChristinaÃ¢â¬â¢s home we had a question and answer session about the morning sermonÃ¢â¬Â¦ hopefully you will recall I preached on The LordÃ¢â¬â¢s Prayer last week, and I spent a good deal of time on the subject of forgiveness.ÃÂ One of the questions [...]
Listen to this sermon here Three weeks ago we began to study one of the most familiar passages of Scripture in all the BibleÃ¢â¬Â¦ the LordÃ¢â¬â¢s Prayer.ÃÂ Now familiarity can be good, but there can also be a down sideÃ¢â¬Â¦ itÃ¢â¬â¢s possible to think, Ã¢â¬ÅI already know this.Ã¢â¬ÂÃÂ Knowing is one thing, but putting into practice [...]
Preschool Children’s Church Teachers: Marlene Barlongo, Rochelle Ebeo, Marie Collado Junior Children’s Church Teachers: Alice Le Bron, Rhay Imbuido, Rose Buentipo, Susana Dejesa Pre-primary Sunday School Teacher: Jacklyn Gumataotao Primary Sunday School Teachers: Mark and Frances Ishmael Sunday School Juniors teachers: Jess and Portia Castro Sunday School Junior High teachers: Leo and Myrna Dejesa High School teachers: Frank and Carol Guerrero Tagalog [...]
There are important three questions for Christians to consider in our desire to share the gospel with those from other religions.
Protesters have gathered at the Texas capitol building in Austin.
Mark 2:27 And he said unto them, The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath: 28 Therefore the Son of man is Lord also of the sabbath. We are so quick to get it all wrong. We make a burden out of a blessing. We make a rule out of relaxation. We get totally turned around in our thinking. Notice what Jesus said. He made it clear that He never made a rule about the Sabbath to burden man but rather to bless him. He wanted man to get a rest and have time to seek God. He wanted man to stop his daily activities and relax. He wanted man to seek Him. Now men had made it a burden to all. It was something they could use to hurt each other instead of bless each other. Is that what we are doing with God and His grace? Be careful to see what God is doing and maybe learn to bless and not burden!
Trump's first regional stop in Saudi Arabia showed how much Obama was disliked in the Middle East
A new study reveals that nearly 70 percent of all the murders in the United States take place in 5 percent of the nation's counties â and more than half of all homicides occur in just 2 percent of its counties.
The leader of a persecution watchdog organization says his heart his sickened by the widespread devastation that is taking place with the civil war in South Sudan.
House Republicans barely managed to pass their Obamacare repeal bill earlier this month, and they now face the possibility of having to vote again on their controversial health measure.
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Mark 1:45 But he went out, and began to publish it much, and to blaze abroad the matter, insomuch that Jesus could no more openly enter into the city, but was without in desert places: and they came to him from every quarter. The man got help from the Lord Jesus. He couldn't hold it in. He began to tell everyone what God had done for him. He published it. He blazed it abroad. He talked about Jesus so much that everyone was looking for Him. People every where were hearing about Jesus long before the days of social media. What would happen if we got excited about what Jesus is doing and has done in our lives and began to share it with everyone? I wonder if God would do so much to bring about souls being saved, churches filled up, and His name glorified? Let's talk about Jesus!
Link:Â http://www.ligonier.org/blog/why-god-demands-worship/Format:Â Web PageTopic(s):Â WorshipAuthor(s)/Speaker(s):Â D A Carson
A conservative political scientist believes Roy Moore will have too high a mountain to climb to win the Senate seat previously held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Immigration arrests surged 38 percent during the first 100 days of President Trump's tenure, authorities said Wednesday, adding that agents have been freed from the tight restrictions of the Obama era and are now able to target a far broader universe of illegal immigrants for deportation.
My heart sinks when I look around the mall. I realize that almost all of the thousands of people I see in that mall are heading to a Christless eternity.
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