We pray everyone is holding up well during this season of uncertainty.  We are here to assist in any way possible as we wait for this crisis to subside.  The FBC Deacons and leaders are praying and looking for ways to best offer assistance to our FBC family and our city.    

What We Can All Do Now:

  • Pray

Though some laugh and mock, prayer is always our first response.  Prayer is crucial because prayer focuses our attention on our Savior, Intercessor, Provider, Healer, Shepherd, our Banner of Victory, our Heavenly Father, on Jesus.  Pray for our nurses, doctors, technicians, first responders, and those working in administration who are making difficult decisions.  Pray for God’s divine intervention and protection in our community and that the spread of the virus would stop.

  • Be a Light.

There are a lot of very frightened and fearful people all around us.  They need to see us reacting and responding differently because of our faith in Jesus.  This is a great opportunity for all of us to be a beacon of hope, care, faith, patience, and due diligence.  We have a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate to those around us, in a tangible way, what faith in Jesus looks like.  Listen to people, and then look for an opportunity to turn the conversation to Jesus and things of eternal importance.

These are difficult times, but we need to remember that things will get better.  We recommend that we should all read Psalm 91 everyday out loud.  I think its great advice and would recommend you doing so with your family.

More information will follow as we continue to look for ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
All services and activities are suspended through the week of April 5.
If you need assistance please call the church office at 932-2105