In this Kids & Youth Sunday, we celebrated what God is doing in the lives of the kids and youth of FBC. Pastor Tom (Children's Pastor) and Pastor Trent (Youth Pastor) took some time to share about each ministry. Pastor Tom took time to thank everyone who helped with VBS the week before and Pastor Trent talked about the kids owning their faith.
Only fools make plans without God. In this sermon from James 4:13-17, Pastor Scott encourages folks to not be a fool. Making plans God's way involves God's perspective, God's Will, and God's Word.
Today we will hear from Pastor Ted Olsen and his wife Judy, worldwide missionaries, speak about what God is doing in India & Nepal. Ted also explains that when things happen that we think isn't good, it's not that God isn't good, it's just the way He is choosing to deal with us. God is good all the time!
Listen with us as we hear from Eric Colman speak from the historical Psalm 3 of David. He will explain that although we may experience times of distress, things are never as bleak when God is on our side.
Slander. It is to charge falsely with malicious intent. We all know we shouldn't do it... but yet we do. We all know it is a sin... but yet we do it. In this sermon, Pastor Scott defines and explains slander as well as the harm it causes. He also looks at the antidote: Let God be God.
On July 9, 2017, Faith Bible Church celebrated 50 years of ministry in Colorado Springs. It was a joyous celebration. Three of the six pastors spoke: Pastor John Regier, Pastor Tim Norris, and Pastor Scott Maxon. The video below includes only Pastor Scott's message about the current state of the church and the future plans.
God is good and God is faithful. May we continue His business of developing ordinary people into vibrant followers of Christ for another 50 years!
We ended last week talking about how God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble. What does it mean to be humble?
Webster defines "Humble" as: Lowly; modest; meek; submissive; opposed to proud, haughty, arrogant or assuming. In an evangelical sense, having a low opinion of one's self, and a deep sense of unworthiness in the sight of God.
There are four ingredients in the Recipe for Humility.
Have you ever tried to mix oil and water? What is interesting, if you mix them and then leave them sit for a bit, they separate again.
You might say, water is intolerant of oil…
Intolerant: not enduring; not during difference of opinion or worship;
There are certain things that God cannot tolerate either. Activities that run counter to His nature and sin are two examples. As we grow in our relationship with the Lord, we should seek to understand what He can’t tolerate and then avoid aligning our lives with those things.
Happy Father's Day!
In today's sermon, Pastor Scott challenges the men to correctly diagnose the problems in their lives. What causes fights and quarrels? It is our sin nature. The only cure is to accept God's free gift of grace and forgiveness.
What's going on in your head?
Romans 12:2 (NLT) Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will know what God wants you to do, and you will know how good and pleasing and perfect his will really is.
In this message, Scott Mathis, president of the Berean Fellowship of Church's, he shows what is influencing our thoughts and seven keys to letting Christ control your thoughts.
The sermons from Faith Bible Church are here in blog format. You can search based on year [drop down menu], month, series, book of the Bible, or preacher. Some include video, notes, and even the bulletin. Enjoy!