This morning, Nathan Robbins will walk us through Matthew 5:13-16. In this passage, Christ is illustrating the impact a believer’s life should have on the world in which they live. We will see how the master teacher uses two metaphors, taken from his immediate surroundings, to make his teaching personal and practical to his audience. Each individual here this morning should walk away from this passage recognizing that the life of the redeemed should penetrate the darkness and preserve and enhance the image of God in a fallen world. Thanks for joining us!
April 3, 2022 • Matthew 5:13–16
Making Time to Replace God or Reveal God
June 12, 2022
Today we are privileged to have Dan Lietha with Reasons for Hope as our guest speaker. Dan will be preaching a message entitled, “Making Time to Replace God or Reveal God”. In this message, Dan will address an alarming situation, namely, our young people are leaving the church in record numbers. Why? What is happening and what can be done? In this message, Dan lists the reasons why young people are leaving the church and helps parents (and grandparents) by sharing tools that will help deepen their own faith and the faith of their children!
May 1, 2022 • Trevor Galbraith • Psalm 8
Today we are privileged to have Trevor Galbraith as our guest speaker. Trevor is a Baptist Mid-Missions Appointee to Great Britain. In today’s message from Psalm 8, Trevor will unpack the concept of the image of God as it relates to our rulership over all creation. Indeed, how does God’s gift of rulership impact our lives today? Trevor states, “As we try to live our lives in a way that glorifies our Creator, it is essential that we recognize what Jesus has done to make this possible.”
I Am the True Vine
April 24, 2022 • Scott Owen • John 15:1–17
In today’s message, our very own Scott Owen (PFBC member and BCP Director) rounds out our “I am” mini-series by focusing our attention on Jesus’ words from John 15, where He says, “I am the true vine.” Scott will walk us through what Jesus meant by this claim and how it revealed the life-giving lifelong tether to Christ. This hope was not just applicable to those soon-to-be “abandoned” disciples, but to anyone facing doubt, fears, loneliness, or trials. Thanks for joining us!