Psalm 100 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and intoContinue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”
ATTENTION YOUTH 6TH – 12TH GRADES!!! SAVE THE DATE!! TEXAS STATE YOUTH CONFERENCE PLANO, TEXAS JUNE 13-JUNE 16, 2018 MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW!! You do NOT want to miss this one!!
I have long been burdened with the need to provide a free, top-quality magazine for Free Will Baptist pastors. Pastoring is never an easy job, and the complex issues raised constantly by our postmodern culture make it even more challenging.
Your Quarterly Update from the State Office Coordinator by Marcus Brewer Greetings from the State Office and the Executive Board! I hope you’re enjoying the onset of fall weather and all the other joys of the autumn season. We’ve had an active period the last three months, in large part due to Hurricane Harvey andContinue reading “Brewer’s Beat”
Parenting is not easy and all parents have made mistakes. What we need to remember is that even though we will make mistakes, feel discouraged, and sometimes feel grief, we must allow God to guide us and lead us as parents.
Each night featured robust congregational singing, and joyous special music was provided by Carthage’s praise team and various soloists from around the district. Brother Shane King (First, Carthage) was a great host, and his passion was contagious, as he prayed and pleaded with his own congregation and visiting churches to come together as one in Christ.
Culture is a hot button issue in our society. It seems that not a day can go by without hearing of some disturbance between generations and races. Indeed, it seems like there is no end in sight to these tensions as each side becomes more entrenched in their view each day. This has a detrimental effect on the church as it serves to introduce schisms in the body of Christ.
Clyde and Marie have touched many lives in their 54 years of ministry to Free Will Baptists and serve as an example for each of us to follow in being committed to serving the Lord, not just in a local church, but in any role that we can fill in the service of the Kingdom of God.
Every Wednesday, The Texas Challenge will try to bring you an update from a missionary with Texas Home Missions or Free Will Baptist International Missions.