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First Baptist Church of Coolidge
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
He Came--We Go!

Sunday Morning Message


Our 2018  Message Theme is:

"Truth for Today: Hope for Tomorrow"


 In Rock Solid Truth is that which not only guides your life today.  It is also that which leads us to Hope For Tomorrow.  Christians seek through years of devotion and study to identify the rock solid truths of the Bible and then, by faith in Jesus, they seek to apply these truths to how they live today.  The amazing thing we discover is that as we apply these truths to our lives today, our ability to have great hope for the future multiplies at a heavenly rate! 


Each Sunday Morning Message in 2018 will deal with Rock Solid Truths from the Bible that we, as Christians, must know and accept into our lives.  Where our Christian Growth can get stalled is when we either do not know these truths or we do not choose to believe these truths.  When that happens, our Spiritual Maturity will suffer and instead of great hope, we will live with great doubts and fears.  Jesus never called us to live a life of doubt or fear.  He called us to live a Spirit-Filled Life in which we worship Father God in Spirit and in Truth and as a result we have a great hope for our future which is guaranteed by Father  God's infinite love for us.

Come each Sunday and see the Great Truths of the Bible that will change your Spiritual Life, that will kick start your Spiritual Growth, that will energize you for the days ahead.  Sunday mornings at 10:30AM in our Sanctuary.




This Sunday, November 25th, Pastor Chuck will bring a message entitled:

"Loving Black Sheep"

based on Acts 15:36-41 and 2 Timothy 4:9-11

It is not uncommon for us to find children having fights over little things.  Even in our youngest children, we can see them fight over a toy or a favorite blanket.  But as we become adults we learn better ways to resolve our differences, or at least many of us do!
In the early church, Paul and Mark had a disagreement because of a failure of Mark on a missionary trip with Paul.  Paul was upset because Mark had left early to go home.  Paul saw that as being a quitter.  But Mark still wanted to go on a Missionary Trip.  Paul said no.
In the way this is resolved we find a clue on how we should love those in the church or outside the church that have had a failure in their lives.  Sometimes we make mistakes. Sometimes we mess up.  Sometimes we are failures.  How do we respond to others who have had failures in their lives? How do we wish people would respond to us when we ourselves have a failure in our life?
This next Sunday we will discuss how both Paul and Mark responded, how those around the two of them responded, and how God used this event, even Mark's failure, to do a great work in the church that still affects the church in a positive way today.  Then maybe we too can learn how better to respond to those who have a failure that affects our lives today.


Come this Sunday and join with us as we worship the Lord Jesus Christ.  He said that if two or more people would gather in His Name, that He would be with us in our midst.  So we invite you to come and experience the Presence of the Lord Jesus Christ as we learn more about what faith in the Lord Jesus is all about from the Bible. 

We have Bible study classes that meet at 9:15 AM and then our morning service begins at 10:30 AM. We will have coffee in our Welcome Room to help get your morning started.  Come and join with us to experience this for yourself.