March 20th, 2022
GREETINGS, EVERYONE! We had a great time attending Midland Ministries' "Movie-Pizza-Ice Skating" event last night in St. Joe with about a hundred other teens and sponsors. God worked in the hearts of several of our teens as the Gospel was clearly communicated. I would like to thank the eight students and two other parents who represented our church. You did so very well, and I am so thankful to see new interest in the things of the Lord among our teens.
THE LORD'S DAY (3/20)
Romanian Baptists provide invaluable services to fleeing Ukrainians
MAN KNOWS NOT HIS TIME: We extend Christian sympathy to the family of Gary Hall who passed away on Tuesday evening after a hospitalization. Gary was husband to Jeannie Stahl Hall and brother-in-law to Randy & Mary Morrow, Larry & Alice Stahl, Laura Ruth Barnes, Ronnie and Lou Stahl, and all the Stahl siblings. Services are tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 9, here at First Baptist under the direction of Turner Family Funeral Homes. Finalized times will be published when they are available. (Many will remember that Gary and Jeannie participated in our fellowship for several months as they were moving from Georgia to St. Joseph a few years ago, helping in VBS and generally encouraging myself and all of us by their presence and participation).
ICYMI: Last Sunday's Message "Rejoicing in Revelation" Luke 10:21-24
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READ THROUGH THE BIBLE The Five-Day Bible Reading Plan is attached to this e-mail for your convenience.
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BONUS: We will be singing a song by Keith and Kristyn Getty and Matt Papa tomorrow entitled "Christ, Our Hope in Life and Death." The choir will be introducing it as an ensemble, but we want you to learn it and add it to your worship song arsenal. Take a listen to the choir and orchestra of FBC Dallas, TX, sharing it and leading that congregation in worship through it. It is based on words from the first question and answer in the Heidelberg Catechism, "What is your only comfort in life and in death?" Answer, "That I am not my own, but belong - body and soul, in life and in death - to my faithful Savior, Jesus Christ." What immense comfort these words bring to the heart of a believer in Jesus!
See you in church!
Grace and peace,
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Pastor Greg Dixon