This week we look at a character that was ruined, but later reconciled. We'll see that each us of can be made new, no matter our past. While God was there in our past, whether we recognized it or not, God is the God of our future, and when we trust in Him, He can make all things good.
This morning is the Day of Pentecost. Now we probably don’t think very much of the Day of Pentecost, we probably know that it was the day the Holy Spirit descended on the disciples in Jerusalem, but beyond that, you probably don’t know too much about it. So get a cup of coffee, sit back, and we'll explore the Pentecost together.
This week at FBC is Woman's Sunday, and we're celebrating Mother's Day with a special speaker! Sue Cross brought the message, and gave some great insight on Facing the Storms of Life. Make sure to leave a comment, we'd love to hear what you think.
We are in the second of our two-week series titled Clean Break: Relationships in the Book of Philemon. This Sunday we'll see how belonging to the family of God changes how we treat people, even those over whom we have authority. Our fellowship with Christ and with other believers changes how we handle conflict.