E-Bulletin for December 31, 2017

E-Bulletin for December 31, 2017

Welcome to Worship!

TODAY’S SERMON – December 31, 2017
Who is the Church?
Teaching Pastor: Adam McMahen
Text: 1 Peter 2:4-10

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This Week at Fellowship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


REMINDERS


THIS SUNDAY
Sunday, December 31 No 9:00am classes |
10:30am classes for Nursery, Preschool, 123Church |
10:30am Worship Service


BENEVOLENCE OFFERING
The Deacons of FBC, out of a sense of compassion for our FBC community, are asking that we take up a special benevolent offering this Sunday. All undesignated currency and coins and any designated checks collected during this particular offering will be used to help provide for folks with physical or financial needs.


2017 GIVING STATEMENTS
If you would like to access your 2017 giving statement, go to longviewfbc.com and login to MyFellowship. You can view/print your statement from there.
If you cannot access the internet, use the connection card on the bulletin to request a statement be mailed.


ROAD SKILLS FOR PARENTS
January 7, a new GROW group for parents will begin meeting at 9:00 a.m. Pastor Jim and Grant Bridgman will co-teach ROAD SKILLS for Parents. Using the book of Proverbs, we will help parents understand and implement essential life skills such as work ethics, word ethics, problem solving, and self-discipline. Time commitment is about 20 weeks; Cost is $5 for materials. RSVP soon at The Hub in the foyer or online at longviewfbc.info


PRAY FOR ME CAMPAIGN
The Pray for Me Campaign is a movement designed to naturally create multi-generational relationships through prayer. We believe every young person needs a team of Prayer Champions strategically praying for them.
Fellowship Kids’ Ministry will launch our campaign January 21st. Prayer Champions will be committed to pray for one family with school aged children. Will you consider being a Prayer Champion? Are you a family in need of prayer? Contact Rebecca Simcox for more information. Rebeccas@longviewfbc.com


FINANCIALS THROUGH 10/31/2017
Offerings Received
$1,167,149
Expenses Paid
$1,222,994
Savings Used
$ 56,845
FBC continues to have no external debt