• worship
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    worship living up!
    Have you met with God today personally?

    Time spent in Bible study and prayer prepares us for future encounters with those who are searching. Are you looking up, fixing your eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of your faith?

  • prepare
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    prepare living with!
    Do you have any
    2 a.m. friends?

    For many churches the relationships and community that happen at church become an end in themselves. At First Baptist, our mission emphasizes “living in Christ” as opposed to “doing church in Christ.”

  • serve
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    serve living for!

    Have you discovered your sweet spot of service?

    We believe when we serve alongside others we build unity and fellowship. In service to others, we are able to demonstrate the love that Christ, the ultimate servant, has shown us.

  • engage
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    engage living out!
    Am I close to someone who is far from God?

    If you never interact with those who don’t know Christ, consider broadening your relationships to include them. Do your homework by having a quiet time. Be open to the prompting of the Holy Spirit.

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  • this week’s message

    This week’s Message

    New Series: Eleventh Hour /Infiltrated Worldliness / Revelation 2: 12-17 / Dr. Don Wilton

    As we look around us at the world today, is it possible that Jesus could come in our lifetimes? Earthquakes and devastation, economic crises, political upheaval--what's going on? Do these events point to the return of Christ? Today Dr. Wilton continues his sermon series "The 11th Hour" and considers Jesus' statements in Revelation to the church at Pergamum. Christ's comments are equally applicable to the church today. Worldliness in the modern church is really just idolatry...bringing what's "out there in here" and allowing the world to seep into the very fabric of the church. As we increasingly see signs of the things of this world infiltrating the church, we are reminded that Jesus called His church to be distinctive--in the world, but not of the world. Listen today as we praise Jesus, who is exactly who He says He is...the King of Kings, Lord of Lords, the Risen Savior who was, who is, and who forevermore will be.

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