This biblical look at the end time provides understanding of the rapture and millennium and how to be prepared.
I Peter 3 shares how having a right attitude and right response provides ways to live in harmony in the home. Pastor Parrish continues his series on the home, family and marriage.
Missionary Carl Gormely serves in the Philippines and shares a message from Philippians 1 about Paul’s prayer for the church. He shares the excitement of being involved in missions where you are and around the world!
Paul had a great heart for missions and we learn from Acts 13 about his sending church that was a blessing to him and how we can help missionaries around the world. Bob Reed is with Global Baptist Schools and shares this encouraging message on missions.
Are you anxious for Heaven? Pastor Parrish shares the hope and assurance we can have for Heaven from Titus 2.
The churches relationship to God has some great examples of a healthy marriage. Learn how demonstrating the fruit of the spirit will improve marriage.
Why is maturity needed in Marriage? In his Home and Family Series Pastor Parrish shares that selflessness, communication, resolving problems, and being aware are vital.
There are warnings to be prepared for the return of the Lord and Pastor Parrish shares several from the Book of Titus.
Focus keeps a family on the right page and working together. Pastor Parrish shares ways adversity in life helps us stay focused.
The men of Bible Baptist Church meet the second Saturday of every month for a time of fellowship and Bible Study. These casual gatherings provide an opportunity for fellowship, time in the Word and prayer. They are a simple means for getting to know the other men in the church, and finding time to pray for and to encourage one another. Although the meeting starts at 8:30, many arrive early, and a few even hang around a bit after the meeting is over. Our study is led each month by a different man, and then we finish with a time of prayer together.
Our next meeting will be September 9, at 8:30 in the Fellowship Hall. Feel free to stop for a biscuit (or anything else you would like) and bring it with you. We’ll have the coffee waiting for you.