Posts Tagged ‘first-baptist-church-sanger’

Pastor's Pen

Posted onMay 9, 2018 | by: Grant Bowles | 0 comments

Memorial Day weekend is usually a chance to get away for a weekend. This year, that day will hopefully mark a very different kind of memory for FBC Sanger. The Music Search Committee presented some basic biographical information on their candidate for our Music Minister position....Keep Reading

Pastor's Pen

Posted onApril 11, 2018 | by: Grant Bowles | 0 comments

Bob Klassen has been encouraging me to attend the Boot Camp Men’s Conference for the last couple of years. I finally set aside the dates on my calendar and attended this year. Describing this conference is difficult. The conference focuses on helping men become the man your family needs....Keep Reading

Pastor's Pen

Posted onNovember 9, 2017 | by: Grant Bowles | 0 comments

The answer to our violence problem in America is turning to God. We must pray for the victims of this horrific act. We must pray for those who feel compelled to engage in such horrific acts. We must pray for those who feel so hopeless and lost they are willing to turn to violence. ...Keep Reading

Not Much of a Driver

Posted onSeptember 13, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

We sometimes think that revenge is going to feel good, but it really doesn’t. It might for a minute, but a guilty heart just burns. What feels good is being nice to our enemies. But to make that change in our attitude and heart, we have to fight the evil feelings and inclinations of unforgiveness and anger, trust God and “overcome evil with good.”...Keep Reading

Pastor's Pen

Posted onSeptember 11, 2017 | by: Grant Bowles | 0 comments

In recent years, another word has grown in our vocabulary. That word is "community." Many of you simply think of the surrounding geographical area when you hear that word. Over the next four weeks, we will examine what community means from a biblical perspective. John, Ryan and myself will be exploring Community@Church: The Open Door....Keep Reading

Give A Hoot

Posted onJuly 24, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

The godly life, inspired by love, is kept alive by people who care enough for one another to gather together. How does it help others? “Exhorting one another” means encouraging one another, which cannot occur if you’re absent, and can even be discouraging if someone is depending on you to be there for them. ...Keep Reading