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In the Heart of Washington, He Raised an Ebenezer!

Bible-reading folks have sung the hymn and recalled the story of Samuel the prophet setting up a pile of stones to mark a milestone of faith. Those stones were meant to commemorate God walking with, caring for, empowering and leading his people across a difficult journey. So, Samuel raised an “Ebenezer” – a Hebrew word […]

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Evangelism: The Acts Way — 1

Winter Bible Study Session One Summary — 5 January 20 Acts 1:1-8: Let’s remember what “evangelism” is all about, viz. “good news,” that’s what the word means! Jesus says that we are his “witnesses.” And who are witnesses but those who have responded to the “good news” — we are witnesses of the “good news” […]

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When It’s a “Blue” Christmas

ur FBC Faith and Health Ministry Team would like for our church family to be aware of the signs and concerns about depression.  It is real and it has an impact on the lives of our friends and neighbors as well as family members and even ourselves! Sometimes depression is on us before we know […]

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Revival Reflections: What Have You Heard God Saying?

Re·viv·al – improvement, activation, reawakening, restoration! All of these words live in the definitions of what “revival” is all about when it is underway.  They are words that characterize the movement of God to speak to our hearts about the life of faith before us as a congregation and as individual Christ Followers: The “improvement” of […]

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Sweeeeeet….

…..Potatoes! And, white potatoes too! Regardless of the type and the time of year they are harvested, the ministry of the Cleveland County Potato Project has been a sweeeeet blessing to the people of our community. Co-founded by Doug Sharp, Bill Horn and the Holy Spirit, the Cleveland County Potato Project came into being in […]

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