The collection date for Grace Place baby bottles is Sunday June 16th, Father's Day!
Vacation Bible School on the FBC Campus
June 24-28 6 - 9 P.M.
If you haven’t volunteered to help, it’s not too late.
Call the church office to register your child who has completed K thru 5th grade.
Sunday, June 16th at 4 p.m.
in the FBC Worship Center
Please meet with the VBS Leadership Team.
Service Schedule Changes
Wednesday Evening Sunday Evening
5:00 – 6:00 pm Supper 4:00 – 8:00 pm Discipleship Classes
6:15 -7:15 pm Focus Prayer Service (Can meet any time during these hours)
Independence Day Celebration & Fellowship Meal
Sunday, June 30th
Lions Wilderness Park 10:00 A.M.
Families with last name A - G Desserts
Families with last name H - Z Side dishes of
(Pasta, Potato, Coleslaw, etc. or Chips)
Please bring serving spoons with your dish.
The church will furnish hamburgers and hot dogs.
Life Style Worship
A Night of Praise
As I write this article, I’m warmed again by the memory of our first San Juan Baptist Association’s Night of Praise. The response by our church and the churches we hosted was overwhelming. My initial expectations were too small. I thought we might have a few pastors and around 50 folks show up. As the time drew near, around a dozen and a half pastors and over 250 people made their way through the doors, ready to worship exuberantly. Our Praise Band and Choir did an excellent job of leading us all into the presence of the Lord. Scripture reading, prayer, and praise and worship flowed from our hearts and the sweet Holy Spirit of God filled the room and touched our lives. What an encouragement to us during this dry season! Our next time together will be this fall. My prayer now is for the Lord to get greater glory as His children gather from all parts of the Four Corners for a night of praise.
Thank you for the honor of serving the Lord with you here at FBC!
Soli Deo Gloria!
Thoughts by Corley
Act 2:42 NIV - They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
Just last night Sunday April 21st I spoke on “Doing Life Together”. Jesus prayed for us that we would be unified as he was with the Father John 17:20-22. So often we pour ourselves into being united with many great things that we often overlook the person sitting across the room in our own body. God has called each of us to FBC Farmington to be an active member of a local body that represents Him. However, it is that local body He has called us to be a part of that often gets our last bit of energy.
Look at the first church as they came to Christ they were devoted to two things, teaching and fellowshipping. As they did this many numbers were added to their body. Often people will walk into a local church sit through months of services and never once feel connected or valued by the body. This must change. This is not as easy as it sounds. For us to become what we should it takes a change in how we do things. Who in our local body have we not connected with? Are there people we avoid? Is there a family or individual you need to invite to your home. How committed are we to our local body? There should be a business in our local body that is confusing to the outside world.
So here is the challenge, go find those you are avoiding and get to know them. Do not wait on them. Go invite that family over for dinner and games. Become more committed to your local body. Quit being a spectator relying on others to do your job. When we as a body begin to do this the outside world will notice. People will come and feel valued and connected as Christ intended them to be.