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Expose, Evangelize, Educate, Enlist, Encourage                

individuals for the kingdom of God, supported         

by prayer and finances from God's people.           

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Sunday School

We believe that a strong Bible foundation
is necessary for a strong walk in the Lord.

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Children's Ministry

Helping children to become spiritual
champions for Christ!

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Young Adults

We enjoy Young Adults, and
we want to be your church home.

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Women Active for Christ

Promoting and supporting missions for
the church and for the Kingdom of God.

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Today is Day 200 of the year. If you're following along in the "Eat This Book" Bible reading plan, you've read from Genesis through Ezekiel, including 1 1/3 times through Psalms. Regardless of what Bible reading plan or devotional guide you're using, keep it up! And don't forget to lift up one another in prayer ("Bear ye one another's burdens", as we learned last week). ... See MoreSee Less

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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

From Josh Provow, Bulgaria:

Summer is not quite yet in full swing here in Bulgaria as older kids are still attending school and the official vacation season has not yet begun, but our pace is already changing as our kids have finished their second full school year in Bulgaria and we look forward to the different (but still busy) pace of summer. I want to start by thanking you for the many prayers you have prayed for our kids. I don’t want to miss this chance for us to praise our God together for answering our prayers.

Before we even stepped foot on Bulgarian soil almost TWO YEARS ago now, my mother’s heart was deeply concerned for my kids and their transition to their host country. Even as we grew more and more excited about getting involved in cross cultural living and ministry in Bulgaria, the concern for the emotional and psychological well-being of my kids was also growing. This fear was not from our Father and I knew that placing them wholly and completely in His hands was the only way to have peace. Easily said, but not so easily done. I didn’t even know how to pray specifically as I had no idea what to expect or how they would each react.

The kids have done so well and have learned so much during their last two years in Bulgarian school and preschool. It has been such a blessing to watch them grow and learn so easily in a system that seems so strange and foreign to us! They just take it all in stride and have adapted so well! Their teachers are impressed with their language abilities and their high test scores. They have also been complimented on their character and work ethic. We are proud of our kids and so thankful for all that God has been doing in their hearts during these last two years. During the overwhelming times, we have felt His peace. We have seen His grace in the generous forgiveness of our kids when we fail them. We have felt His tender encouragement on days when we felt like everything was upside down and out of control. Thank you for praying. We asked you to pray for our kids and their adjustment to Bulgarian schooling, and you did. And God has been so faithful.

The school year begins again in September and we have another specific prayer request to share. Will you pray with us that between now and then, God would make clear what we should do for our children’s education for the 2017-2018 school year? Our six-month Stateside Assignment will most likely take place right in the middle of the upcoming school year, and when we come back towards the end of the school year, we will be moving to a new city. This issue is not specifically a ministry issue but it is a complicated one for many missionary families and we would so appreciate your prayer support as we try to be faithful in all areas of our lives including our kids’ education. We can’t wait to see how God answers your prayers again!
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Prayer of the Week:
Pray for the National Association of Free Will Baptist Convention and our competitors.
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Special music brought by Ashley, Paul & Emma - "He's got the whole world in his hands". Great job! ... See MoreSee Less

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Four (Humbling Encounters), Day Four (Along the Road). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Four, Day Four

August 16, 2017, 6:30pm - August 16, 2017, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Four (Humbling Encounters), Day Three (Humbled Servants). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Four, Day Three

August 2, 2017, 6:30pm - August 2, 2017, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week 4 (Humbling Encounters), Day Two (Mountainous Lessons). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Four, Day Two

July 26, 2017, 6:30pm - July 26, 2017, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Special music today was brought by John Wesley - Bible Memorization, 1 Tim 4:12-16, Prov 8:12-21, and Eph 2:4-10. Great job and good luck at the NYC. We are praying for all of our competitors! ... See MoreSee Less

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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

Heath and Joni Hubbard, Japan

PRESENT MINISTRY
Heath and Joni Hubbard were approved as career missionaries in April 2010. They attended language school in the Sapporo area for the first two years of their term and worked in Miharashidai Chapel. The couple moved to Tokyo in 2015 and worked at the Kamifukuoka Church, begun by Ken and Judy Bailey.
The Hubbard family is in the States on furlough now and when they return to Japan in January 2018 they will plant a new church in Tokorozawa city right outside of Tokyo.

CONVERSION
Heath, raised in minister’s home, was saved at the age of five. In the year 2000, he went to Brazil and, catching the vision for the Great Commission, saw the need to personally be involved in taking the gospel to the ends of the earth. Heath graduated from Welch College in 2006 with a degree in International Business.

Daughter of Danny and Bobbie Thomas, Joni accepted Christ as a five-year-old and, as the daughter of a full-time minister, grew up actively attending church. From an early age, Joni felt an interest in missions. She participated in two mission trips during her high school years. In 1997, she enrolled in Welch College and felt her calling to missions confirmed through her interaction with Missionaries-in -Residence, missions conferences, and a six-week trip to Côte d’Ivoire as part of the Go & Be team her senior year.

CHILDREN
Heath and Joni have 2 sons, Eli and Micah and a daughter Emma.

Power Point
vimeo.com/220678606 - a video.
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Prayer of the week:
Pray for Dorothy Simmons.
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