Faith@Home

Todd Malone

We drift a lot. Life is so busy, so consuming, it is nearly impossible to plan where we are going and how we want to get there. We let the tide carry us, wherever it’s going. That’s not a problem if we are talking about the small things: where to eat lunch. But we tend to drift in the important areas of life as well.

FBC launched Faith@Home to keep you from drifting in one of the most important parts of life: your family. We want to help you be intentional in your singleness, marriage, parenting, or grand-parenting – whatever season of life you are in.

The most obvious part of Faith@Home is the resource center in the Worship Center Foyer. You will find great materials to help you in your life-stage. In addition, you can access podcasts. We will soon have small handouts (“recipe cards”) to help you develop practical steps to put your plans into action.

That takes us to the most important part of Faith@Home. We want to challenge you to be intentional with a 120-Day action plan. The resources are designed to help you develop three or four action steps that you can implement over the next four months. As a church, we will encourage you every 120 days to reflect on the previous four months and start with a new 120-Day plan.

Please pray that the 120-Day plans will transform singles, families, and empty-nesters in FBC and, as a result, impact lives in our community.

 


FBC MOTHER’S DAY EXTRAVAGANZA

You know your mom wants you to go to church with her on Mother’s Day!

Join us May 13 at Fellowship for this memorable Sunday where we honor all the Moms in our lives. — Take a picture with her at our photo booth! — Enjoy the day.
Invite all the moms you know to FBC for Mother’s Day.

 


FBC CALENDAR

Check here to see the coming events at FBC
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 HONORING OURS VETS

On Wednesday, May 25, in association with Memorial Day, the FBC senior adults would like to honor our Vets. If you are a Vet (of any age) plan to join us that evening. If you would like to honor our Vets, plan to join us as well (regardless of your age).
Meet us at 6:00 pm that day in front of the Church office building where we will begin with Burgers and Dogs. Everyone but our Vets can help. A-K can bring a side dish (chips, baked beans, potato salad, slaw?)  L-R can bring burger fixins etc. S-Z can bring a dessert.  Then we’ll go inside and sing some stirring traditional patriotic hymns and hear guest speaker Rod Skelton, a Vietnam Vet with a stirring story to tell. It’s all FREE.
Invite your Veteran friend who may not be a part of FBC.  We want to honor them too – AND every Vet should bring a picture of yourself in uniform. We will proudly post them for all to see.

 


Awana In May

IT’S HERE! The Awana End of Year Awards celebration is here!

May 6th we will end our Awana year with a celebration of all that the clubbers have accomplished this past year. The awards and recognition ceremony will start at 5 pm. Afterwards, we will meet in the Gym for “Ice Cream Sundae Sunday” to wrap up our night.