The Church Of Boredom

Isn’t it amazing that some people can find something boring that others find exhilarating and life-changing? Some people can get lost in a world of books filled with mystery, romance, or fantasy. Others would prefer four root canals over one single book. I love watching baseball and football. However, to get my wife to watchContinue reading “The Church Of Boredom”

Nominations Due December 2nd

“The 2019-2020 Nominating Committee, which will serve through the national convention in Oklahoma City, is prepared to receive nominees for the 2020 election, according to Ron Helms (MI), committee chairman. The committee will meet December 10, 2019, at the annual Leadership Conference to consider nominations and compile a report offering a single nomination for eachContinue reading “Nominations Due December 2nd”

Prayers for Ivory Coast Destruction

“Yesterday I received word that the village of Patricekro, in southwest Ivory Coast, was leveled by bulldozers on Thursday and Friday of this week. Apparently, this large village was built years ago on land considered part of a National Forest. We have/had a FWB church in this village led by Pastor Henoc Hien. The churchContinue reading “Prayers for Ivory Coast Destruction”

Randall University Winter Concert

“The Sounds of Christmas” Friday, December 6 at 7:00pm in Mabee Hall “Featuring the Randall University Concert Chorale under the direction of Cheryl Taylor. The choir will be singing a wide variety of carols and Christmas favorites to help usher in this season of celebrating the birth of our Lord. The concert is open toContinue reading “Randall University Winter Concert”

Research Survey

The NAFWB Committee on Denominational Research has released their latest survey. The research study explores the characteristics of our Free Will Baptist churches. The survey should be completed by the Lead Pastor or other leader of a church in the National Association of Free Will Baptists. Only one survey should be completed per church. YouContinue reading “Research Survey”

Hannah Project Opportunities to Serve

Happy November THP Family!  “As Thanksgiving approaches, I am reminded of the numerous reasons I have to be grateful. The blessing of living in a country where I have full and easy access to the gospel, strong churches in my community, other believers with whom I can fellowship, a Bible that I can own, readContinue reading “Hannah Project Opportunities to Serve”

“Former World War II Navy radarman remains committed to God, family and country”

“Before many people knew about radar, Walter Richards was manning the radar station aboard the USS Alshain during World War II. Ultimately, Richards, who will turn 100 on Jan. 14, spent 22 months and 15 days in the U.S. Navy, completing five invasions in the Pacific aboard the amphibious cargo ship. “I have four greatContinue reading ““Former World War II Navy radarman remains committed to God, family and country””