First Baptist Owensboro
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A Word from Paul ................................................. 1 Summer Preview ...............................................2–3 Summer hits in June and there will be plenty for you and your family to do! Check out this overview of upcoming events, and pray for those coordinating and participating.
God at Work in Columbus ...............................4–5 In March, a mission team from FBC traveled to Columbus, Ohio to partner in some work with Paramount Church. Read their testimonies of what the Lord did!
On My Mind by Pastor Paul Strahan ..............6–7 So many things are happening and changing here at First Baptist Owensboro. Read what is on Pastor Paul's mind.
Introducing Our Minister to Students ............... 8 Our new minister to students, Jonathan Chapman, says hello!
Class of 2018 Graduates........................................ 9 Know Your Deacons............................................10 National Day of Prayer .......................................11 Find out how you can participate in this year's National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3rd.
April: A Month in Review ..................................12 Calendar of Events ..............................................13 On the Cover: On the front of our last Connect Magazine, we take a walk down memory lane looking at diﬀerent covers from the last 18 months.
MEET OUR STAFF PASTOR Paul Strahan email@example.com WORSHIP Derry Billingsley firstname.lastname@example.org STUDENTS Jonathan Chapman email@example.com DISCIPLESHIP Wesley Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org
ADMINISTRATION & SENIOR ADULTS Bob Farmer email@example.com
RECREATION Dave Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILDREN Suzie Horner email@example.com
FINANCIAL SUPERVISOR Barbara Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR Ginger Mayfield email@example.com
OFFICE MANAGER Judi West firstname.lastname@example.org
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS Michele Burton email@example.com Susan Dant firstname.lastname@example.org RECEPTIONIST Vicki Campbell email@example.com
230 JR Miller Boulevard • Owensboro, KY 42303 • 270.683.3505 • fbcowb.org
SERMONS IN THE
then Jesus values you so much that He
BOOK OF COLOSSIANS!
was willing to die for you. Let us live for
We have continued our series of messages on “He is More than Enough.” I have enjoyed preparing and delivering these messages from Paul’s epistle. I pray they have been helpful, encouraging, and challenging, and you have discovered application of the text each week. I have often said, “The hardest part of preaching is making the application of the text to our personal lives.” I look forward to the remainder of this precious and powerful book about JESUS! TWITTER, FACEBOOK, & OTHER MEDIA OUTLETS I wanted to share just a few personal thoughts I have about these two social media giants. I have had Facebook and Twitter accounts for a few years. I have used them mainly to keep up with people and see what is going on in their lives. I have noticed for a long time that people use both of them to simply give their unfiltered opinion of anything and everything. I have thought maybe a better name for Twitter is Bitter.
Him. Two verses of Scripture I want to leave you with are in Colossians 4 and in Psalm 19. Colossians 4:6 (NASB) “Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person.” Psalm 19:14 (NASB) “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my rock and my Redeemer.” Let me paraphrase these verses. Colossians 4:6 (Paul's Paraphrase) “Let your Facebook posts, tweets, texts, Snapchat stories, and pictures be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person.” Psalm 19:14 (Paul's Paraphrase)
I understand people need to vent but
“Let your Facebook posts, tweets, texts,
doing so in a public place is usually not
Snapchat stories, and pictures and the
the best. At times it appears to simply
meditation of my heart be acceptable
be a feeding fest against people we don’t
in Your sight, O Lord, my rock and my
agree with or don’t like. I am also aware
that many people find value in sharing things with others in order to be validated or affirmed. That is something we all desire. My desire is that all of us find our value in the person and work of Jesus Christ. If you are a follower of Christ
You understand, it is a constant struggle to live like Jesus but “greater is He that is in you than He that is in the world!” Loving Jesus!
NO EVENING ACTIVITIES Wednesdays, May 23 & 30
CLC SATURDAY CLOSINGS Saturdays in June & July
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL June 25–29 at 8:30 AM
There will be no evening activities on
During the months of June and July,
This summer, our kids will grab their
Wednesdays, May 23rd and 30th. This
the CLC will be closed on Saturdays.
megaphones, lace up their cleats, and
includes family supper, youth and chil-
Saturday fellowships, parties, and CLC
tune up their instruments. As they
dren's activities, and all studies. Noon
rentals may still be scheduled at least
fill up the offensive line, sideline, and
Prayer Lunch will meet on these days.
two weeks in advance by contacting
drum line, your players, cheerleaders,
CHILDREN'S CHURCH SUMMER BREAK
Dave Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org
and band members will realize God has
or 270-683-3505. We encourage you
given them His ultimate playbook. He
and your family to get out and enjoy the
wants them to join His team, train hard,
beautiful summer weather!
celebrate salvation, and encourage one
WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE FOR JUNE
May 20–August 5 Our Children's Church Summer Break will begin on Sunday, May 20th. During this break, children are encouraged to attend worship with their families. Chil-
Wednesdays in June
dren's Church will return on Promotion
Each Wednesday in June, First Baptist
Sunday, August 12th.
will have noon prayer lunch, but we will
OFFICE & CLC CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY
not serve family supper or have evening
Monday, May 28 The church office and the Christian Life Center will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 28th.
activities. However, there will be no prayer lunch on Wednesday, June 27th due to VBS.
QUARTERLY BUSINESS MEETING Sunday, June 24 at 6 PM There will be a quarterly business meeting on Sunday, June 24th, at 6 PM. We encourage all FBC members to attend.
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Vacation Bible School is for children who have completed grades K–5th. Registration is now open for children and volunteers online at fbcowb.org under "Church Life." There will be a drawing and giveaway for three children who register before May 15th. Contact Suzie at email@example.com if you have any questions.
CROSSINGS SUMMER CAMP FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL June 11–16 In Christian circles, the idea of worship is often limited to music and singing on
Sunday morning. Worship, however, encompasses all of life, because humanity was created to worship God as our ultimate purpose. Therefore, worship is ultimately about a relationship with God. This is why it has been said, “Know your God and know yourself.” It is when we focus on God that we discover our true purpose and our true identity.
NO EVENING WORSHIP Sunday, July 1 There will be no evening worship on
We will remember and proclaim Jesus
OFFICE & CLC CLOSED
Christ's sacrifice during both morning
Wednesday, July 4 The church office and the Christian Life
will attend camp—themed "Wired for
Center will be closed for Independence
Worship"—at Jonathan Creek on June
Day on Wednesday, July 4th.
11–16. Watch fbcowb.org and our
mation, or contact Jonathan Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-6833505.
WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE FOR JULY Wednesdays in July
Sunday, July 15
Sunday, July 1st.
Our middle and high school students
social media accounts for more infor-
CELEBRATION OF THE LORD'S SUPPER
Friday, July 13 Kindergarteners–2nd graders love to go to camp but may not be quite ready for an overnighter. This is their chance to get away for a day and have some fun! Camp K12 will be on Friday, July 13th and children will receive an email with the details as to where we will go this
Each Wednesday in July, we will have
year and how to register. Friends are
our Wednesday prayer meeting, but
welcome to join us! Past destinations
no meal will be served. Attendees are
have been the Children’s Museum of
encouraged to bring their lunch with
Evansville, Chaney’s Farm, and Ken-
them. We will not serve family supper
tucky Down Under. This year’s camp
or have evening activities.
will be just as fun. Contact Suzie with any questions.
worship services on Sunday, July 15th. Take the opportunity to prepare your heart and mind in the days prior to this special time.
CAMP 2–6 SUMMER CAMP AT CROSSINGS July 23–26 We are so excited to return this year to Jonathan Creek Camp. Each year the kids have had a blast, met new friends, gotten to know each other better, and most of all, God has worked in their lives. Last year, we saw three make decisions at camp! Please pray that the Holy Spirit will speak and that children will listen and obey Him. There are still spots available for your 2nd–6th grader to attend camp! Visit fbcowb.org and click "Register for Kid's Camp" under "Church Life." Contact Suzie at email@example.com if you have any questions. May 2018 | 3
God at Work
n March 23–25, a mission
members responding to questions such
team from FBC traveled to
as: What was the trip's impact on you?
Columbus, Ohio to partner
What perspective do you now have of
in some work with Paramount Church,
Paramount’s work in Columbus? How
a church plant that FBC has support-
does going on this trip influence your
ed for several years. Rush Witt is the
view of missions in Owensboro? The
pastor and his wife Kathryn grew up at
children also answered questions such
FBC and is the daughter of Grey and
as: What did you like about the mission
Ellen Hurt. The team consisted of Ryan
trip and why was the trip important?
and Hillary Overby (and their children Paige and Parker), Danelle Young (and her son Maverick), and Wesley and Julie Dunn (and their children Elliot, Lillie, and Jesse). Grey and Ellen were also able to be in town during the trip! The team’s primary work took place on Saturday as they canvassed neighborhoods in the area surrounding the church building, distributing door hangers to approximately 1,000 homes and inviting them to Paramount's upcoming Good Friday and Easter services. The weather was frigid, but the team did wonderful, especially the children. On Sunday, the team attended Sunday School and worshipped with Paramount before heading back to Owensboro. The following 4 | Connect Magazine
includes testimonies from the team
Ryan and Hillary Overby: This was the first mission trip our family has ever been on. It allowed us to get out of our comfort zone. Taking part in the trip gave us a small introduction into mission work, but also gave us a spark to do something more in the future! The culture in the area we went to greatly differs from Paramount’s beliefs, but you can easily see how they have been working hard to promote the Christian faith in the area. In addition to these things, the brief amount of pre-trip work we did in Owensboro in preparation for the trip (canvassing an apartment complex on Hwy. 54) showed us how many local people do not have a church home.
Paige and Parker Overby: We enjoyed
Danelle Young: In June of 1999 I tear-
meeting new friends and placing the
fully waved goodbye to my parents and
door hangers…and swimming in the
boyfriend at the Columbus Interna-
hotel pool! It was important for us to
tional Airport. I was about to embark
invite people to Paramount Church to
on my first flight, alone. Two hours
learn about God.
later, the plane landed in Florida where
Julie Dunn: Our family has been on a previous trip to work with Paramount. It is exciting to see God moving in other local churches and communities. It gives me an appreciation not only for how hard church plants work to reach their communities, but also the dependency they have on the Lord to grow His church and meet their needs. I had great joy seeing my husband lead the trip and witnessing our children literally run from door to door with their friends with invitations to attend Paramount Church. It was also such an honor to serve with other believers who love the Lord. Though the weekend
I would begin my summer adventure with Teen Missions. I trained for two weeks alongside strangers at a swampy “boot camp” designed to prepare everyone for a summer of primitive living (to include cold-water bucket bathing). Although other teams went to foreign countries, I felt called to minister to my fellow Americans before allowing myself to travel internationally. My group of 10 deployed to the rural lands and lakes of the Midwest. We spent most of the summer outdoors, laboring on various service projects, performing at churches and campgrounds, and sleeping in tents.
was short, the Lord used this time to
Fast forward 19 years. I love that our
grow us closer together. Also, knowing
church supports North American and
that Paramount Church reaches out
international missionaries! While I was
to their physical neighbors near their
growing up, my church didn’t offer mis-
church, I am challenged to continue
sion trips, so my parents encouraged
to engage the people in my neighbor-
me to seek out that experience through
hood through prayer walking, building
another organization. We are blessed
relationships, and being intentional to
at FBC to have multiple opportunities
pursue faith conversations.
per year to go “on mission” with fellow church members. “Columbus 2018” was
Lillie Dunn: We handed out flyers.
my third mission trip with FBC (and
Walking with Paige was good. Ding-
my fourth commission including that
sticky summer). In 2013 Kevin and I
Elliot Dunn: Walking with Josiah and Parker was fun, and I liked handing out the flyers with them. We went to tell people about Jesus.
went with the East Asia team to visit the Wellmans, and in 2015 I went with a more sizable FBC group to Columbus.
local elementary school. Columbus is dear to me because I lived there through most of my twenties and I have friends and family still there. Helping Paramount feels like giving back and caring for a city that I called home through my young adult years. Hopefully, the Easter service invitations that we shared encouraged one or more people to go to Paramount Church, or at least got them thinking about Jesus and his miraculous resurrection. Admittedly, I’m a bit of a baby when it comes to cold, but spending that day outside prayer walking and distributing door hangers was worth the chill. It provided time for me to reflect, fellowship with friends, help a sister church in my home state, and get some exercise! Serving alongside the Dunn and Overby kids made it extra fun too. Their enthusiasm was infectious! There’s no reason we can’t reach out to our Owensboro community in the same way with door hanger invitations and a smile (just in case the door opens). The next morning, I also enjoyed worshipping with my brother, my niece, baby Mav, our FBC team, and the Paramount Church family. Their congregation has really grown over the last three years, and it’s evident that God is working in that community. I’m thankful for a church that offers short-term mission trips, not only for teens and adults, but also for young families too.
At that time, Paramount was a freshly planted church and met for worship at a
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ON MY MIND A GREAT EASTER CELEBRATION On April 1st, we celebrated Easter, Resurrection Sunday, and we had a wonderful time of celebrating the Risen Lord. It was unusual that Easter fell on April Fool's Day and the first Sunday of Spring Break. Nonetheless we had two 6 | Connect Magazine
great worship services and enjoyed the fellowship of many family members who were present. We also had a couple of places where families were able to have Easter pictures taken. Thanks to Derry Billingsley, Kaitlyn Moore, Kendall Moore, JJ Poole, Hayden Billingsley, Al and Jenny Hancock, and Robert Riherd for making it happen.
by Paul Strahan, Lead Pastor
JONATHAN IS HERE Our new Student Minister, Jonathan Chapman is on board. His first day was Sunday, April 22nd. Jonathan’s wife and son will be joining us probably by the time you have this issue of Connect in your hand. We are excited about the future for our students. I want you to put
May 6th on your calendar. On that date
change will be in the weekly worship
children. It has been said many times,
we will officially welcome Jonathan,
bulletin. In order to continue commu-
“It is a hard time to raise children in our
JoLynne, and Levi with a reception.
nication to the church, we will begin
culture!” The good news is the Church
putting more in the worship bulletin
is a support to families in assisting
and changing the layout of it as well.
them in that process. One of the most
STUDENT MINISTER SEARCH COMMITTEE A huge thanks to each of the committee members for their hard work over the past several months as they
CHANGES IN OUR APPROACH TO THE BAR-B-Q FESTIVAL
important things we, as a church, can do is to provide safe, clean, and friendly places for children to learn about Jesus. As you pray for families, pray God
met, prayed, and sought God’s will for
FBC will host a Picnic Pavilion on
will send us more volunteers to our
our church. Thanks to Adam Overall
Saturday, May 12, 2018 during the Bar-
Preschool and Children’s area. There is
(chairman), Jean Byrd, Peggi Clark,
B-Q Festival. Ths pavilion will provide
always a place to serve!
Erica Houston, Samantha Bacon, Dave
a rest area with tables, chairs, and large
Booher, and D.T. Dent.
tent for folks to eat food and get off
their feet for a break from the crowds.
SENIOR RECOGNITION ON SUNDAY, MAY 20TH
We will be securing volunteers to set
We will be honoring our seniors who
Many of you are aware that we retained
up and tear down the tables and also
graduate high school in the 11 AM ser-
Maeghan on contract work when she
volunteers to serve in keeping the tables
vice only. A luncheon will be provided
and Ryan moved away. Maeghan will
cleaned off and ready for others to sit
for them following the worship service.
soon end her contract as she and Ryan
down. We are also getting volunteers
This year, we have nine seniors and all
are expecting! YAY! We are so excited
to meet and greet those who utilize
of them will be here participating. You
for them. Please be praying for them
our area. We feel this is a wonderful
will see in the Connect magazine that
and their baby over these next months.
way to engage people without pressure
we have some college graduates as well.
Also pray for FBC as we determine
but simply to have a conversation. Our
To them we say, “Congratulations!”
what our next move will be concerning
prayer is that we are able to minister to
the work she has done for us.
people and begin spiritual conversa-
CHANGE IS INEVITABLE I’m not sure who coined the phrase but it is so true. Change happens to all of us whether we are ready or not. Here are a couple of changes that will be coming your way. We have been doing the Con-
tions with them. If you are interested in serving at the Picnic Pavilion, please contact Dave Roberts.
MOTHER’S DAY AND FAMILY DEDICATION DAY ON SUNDAY, MAY 13TH
nect Magazine since April 2014 and as
This will be a great weekend as we
they say, “All good things must come to
celebrate moms, families, and children
an end!” This issue will be the last issue
in our worship service. God has been
for Connect Magazine. We had been
good to allow us the privilege of having
discussing the future of the magazine
a good number of babies, preschoolers,
and, with Maeghan’s decision to leave,
and children in our Church family.
we recognize now is the time. The other
Please pray for all of our families with
There are many things going on at First Baptist Owensboro. If you are not involved in some ministry or Sunday School class or project, get on board, contact one of our staff, pray and ask God to help you find your place. We want you to be participant and not simply a spectator! Pictures on Opposite Page (top left to bottom right): The Hall family in their Easter photo taken at FBC; welcome to the Chapman family; the Ross family at Dedication of Families a few years ago; see all of our graduates on page 9. May 2018 | 7
Matthias was chosen to fill the void in the disciples. What came next was the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost in Acts 2. Peter preached a sermon where Scripture says 3000 were added to their number that day. I reflect on the humanity of Matthias and personal thoughts he must be having during this time. Was he overwhelmed? Did he feel honored? Did he have a specific role or did all twelve do the same tasks of discipleship, baptism, etc.? Acts 2:42 says, “And they [the new believers] devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and
Introducing Our Minister to Students by Jonathan Chapman, Students
reetings, church family! What a whirlwind it has been! I am so honored and blessed to
come to First Baptist Owensboro and serve alongside some wonderful people. Thank you to everyone who has been so encouraging to our family during this whole process. I cannot express how much the Facebook messages, cards in the mail, and text messages offering love and affirmation mean to us. It means more than you know. I have a few shout-outs. Thank you to Adam Overall, Peggi Clark, Jean Byrd, Erica Houston, Samantha Bacon, D.T. Dent, and Dave Booher for your support, communication, guidance, and affirmation through this process. Thank you to JJ Poole and Todd and
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Erica Houston for spearheading the interim period. I pray you continue being involved in the lives of these awesome young people. Thank you to Judy Lambert for educating my family about everything Owensboro and always taking my call. Thank you to Pastor Paul, Bob, Derry, Wesley, Suzie, Ginger, and Dave for taking time to get to know us as a family and for answering our questions. Thanks to administrative staff, Judi West, Michele Burton, Susan Dant, Barbara Wright, and Vicki Campbell for all your support. I am unbelievably blessed to serve with such an amazing church staff. Please forgive my learning curve but thank you for your grace! Following the resurrection and ascension of our Lord Jesus, there was some church business to take place in Acts 1.
the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” Matthias was a leader in all of this! I can relate to Matthias. I’m the new guy, the rookie, the new kid on the block. But there are two things I know for sure: 1. I am looking forward to serving a wonderful church which is made up of wonderful people alongside a team committed to the vision of making, maturing, and multiplying. 2. I am anticipating God to do something amazing through this church and its young people in the near future. Will it be Pentecost 2.0 and 3000 saved? Wouldn’t that be awesome!? I hope and pray that as we transition leadership, the mission of reaching our communities for Christ never changes. We have the Br-B-Q Festival coming up. We have summer camp where our students can see their identity in Christ around the corner. Buckle up! We are anticipating God to move! It is going to be an exciting time at First Baptist Owensboro! I’m just glad to be part of it!
Nathanael Dent, DCHS
Anna Gargus, DCHS
Branden Kinney, McLean
Coy Schmitt, Heritage Hills
Toni Schmitt, Heritage Hills
Katherine Strahan, DCHS
Timothy Tedder, DCHS
Hayden Wilson, Apollo HS
Oliver Wilson, Apollo HS
COLLEGE GRADUATES Isaac O'Bryan Miami University of Ohio
Mary Elizabeth Wilk Western Kentucky University
Jenny Beth Willis Trevecca Nazarene University May 2018 | 9
Dr. Jim Chatham was Pastor and influ-
While my earliest memories of FBC are
enced our decision to join FBC in 1997.
coming to the nursery as a very small
When did you become a member of FBC?
As Deacons, Bill Long and John Thacker are tasked with the mission of caring for the
He took a personal interest in my family
needs of our church. Pray for
at a critical time in our lives.
them daily as they seek to serve our congregation and pursue unity in the church.
What Scripture passage has recently impacted you? Philippians 4:6-7, 13. Each day we
When did you become a member of FBC?
child, I became a member in 1968.
What Scripture passage has recently impacted you? “But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: ‘Be holy, because I am holy.’” —1 Peter 1:15-16
face trials and difficult situations. I am
constantly in need of God’s strength to
God is holy, and we have salvation
see me through the worries of each day.
through Jesus Christ’s death on the cross
During troubling and difficult times,
and his blood shed for us. God did not
we can take EVERYTHING to God in
isolate holiness to be just for Himself,
prayer, “...and the peace of God, which
but we are to be a holy people as well—
passeth all understanding, shall keep
set apart by God for God. These verses
your hearts and minds through Christ
have reminded me that while I am
Jesus…I can do all things through Christ
saved by God’s grace, I must not take for
which strengtheneth me.”
granted what was done for me, and I am
What are your prayers for the congregation of FBC? Our Sunday School class (Open Door Class) keeps up with the specific prayer needs of class members as well as many Church members. I regularly pray for those specific needs of individuals. I also include the Children’s and Student Ministry in my prayers. Our young people are our future, and they need faithful spiritual guidance. I pray for the church staff that they may lead us and keep us in the center of God’s will.
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called to live my life sharing in Christ’s holiness.
What are your prayers for the congregation of FBC? I pray that we as a body of Christ will continue to be a light and a source for sound biblical preaching and teaching in our community and beyond. I pray that we will continue to be a welcoming congregation, loving and encouraging one another in living life and growing in our faith in Jesus Christ.
National Day of Prayer • Thursday, May 3rd YMCA PRAYER BREAKFAST 7–8 AM at the YMCA Gym Start your day with corporate praise and prayer.
THE CIRCLE OF GOOD NEWS 11:30–11:50 AM on the Courthouse Lawn Join hundreds of other locals who make reading the entire
people to achieve this joyous goal each year. Unable to attend? Sign up to receive a passage to read from wherever you are during this time on Owensboro's NDP Facebook page (facebook.com/owensboronationaldayofprayer). If it rains, please bring an umbrella.
NOON PRAYER & WORSHIP Noon–1 PM on the Courthouse Lawn
Bible in 20 minutes a possibility! Come to the Courthouse
There’s no better way to spend your lunch hour than with
flagpole at 11 AM to receive your assigned reading, then
hundreds of others interceding on behalf of our nation
stake any spot on the sidewalk that surrounds the Court-
through prayer and worship. If it rains, this event will take
house and begin reading aloud at 11:30 AM. We need 365
place inside the Courthouse.
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Visit fbcowb.org to register your child for Camp K12! Info on page 3.
APRIL A Month in Review
"If one member suﬀers, all suﬀer together; if one member is honored, all rejoice together." —1 Corinthians 12:26
MARCH 20APRIL 17
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 6:30 AM - 8 PM 6:30 AM - 8 PM
Sympathy...During their time of loss, we
offer Christian love and sympathy to Rodney &
6:30 AM - 1 PM
Lindsey Decker (daughter, Kenzie Decker), Gay
Brandle and Jessie Martin (husband and father respectively, Steve Brandle), Lisa (Kent) Filbeck (grandmother, Geraldine Morgan), and Dianne Baber Critchlow (husband, David Critchlow).
9 AM - 1 PM Transfer of Letter Profession of Faith Ben Smith Brooks Smith Pictured with their Daughter, Caroline (4.1)
PICNIC PAVILION EASTER PHOTOS Volunteers Needed! Ready for Download! This year during Bar-B-Q Festival, FBC will
If you and your family took Easter family
host a Picnic Pavilion! The Pavilion will act as
photos at First Baptist on April 1st, they are
a rest area with tables, chairs, and a large tent
now ready for download! Follow the instruc-
for folks to eat food and get off their feet for
tions below to download your picture(s), or
a break from the crowds. We need volunteers
contact Derry Billingsley at 270-683-3505 or
to make this Picnic Pavilion a reality! Volun-
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
teers are needed to set up, take down, or to serve in two-hour shifts between 11 AM and 5 PM on Saturday, May 12th, keeping the area clean by wiping tables and discarding trash.
Directions for Easter Photo Download
• Go to fbcowb.org and click "Easter Family Photos" located under "Church Life"
If you are interested in helping at this event,
• Click the Flickr link provided in #1
visit fbcowb.org and click "Picnic Pavilion"
• Find and click your picture
located under "Church Life." If you have any
• Click the arrow icon at lower right
questions, contact Dave Roberts at droberts@
• Highlight and click desired picture size to
fbcowb.org or 270-683-3505.
begin download • NOTE: “Original” is best for printing
OFFICE HOURS Monday–Thursday 8 AM - 4:30 PM
8 AM - 1 PM
BROADCAST INFO Our service is broadcast on 90.3 WKWC on Sundays at 10 AM and Channel 72 Tuesdays at 7 PM and Wednesdays at 9 AM. Services are on a one week delay. Note: If sensitive information is mentioned in a service, it cannot be broadcast. An older service will be aired in its place.
MINISTER ON CALL If you have an after hours emergency, please call 270.683.3505 and press 9 to reach the minister on call.
Coming in th e month of
4WEDNESDAY 12:00 PM 4:45 PM 6:00 PM
Prayer Lunch Evening Supper Studies for All Ages
SUNDAY Celebration of the Lord's Supper 8:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM
Classic Worship Sunday School Elevate Worship Women's Bible Study Evening Worship
7 MONDAY 8TUESDAY 9WEDNESDAY 6:00 PM
Seekers Prayer Group
Jo Nelson Study
Children's Sing-Along Begins 12:00 PM 4:45 PM 6:00 PM
Prayer Lunch Evening Supper Studies for All Ages
12SATURDAY 11:00 AM Picnic Pavilion 13SUNDAY Mother's Day
Dedication of Families No Evening Worship 8:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 5:30 PM
Classic Worship Sunday School Elevate Worship Women's Bible Study
16WEDNESDAY 12:00 PM 4:45 PM 6:00 PM
Prayer Lunch Evening Supper Studies for All Ages
Graduate Recognition Sunday No Children's Church 5/20–8/5
8:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM
Classic Worship Sunday School Elevate Worship Women's Bible Study Evening Worship Deacon Meeting
21 MONDAY 23WEDNESDAY 6:00 PM
Seekers Prayer Group
No Evening Activities 12:00 PM
No Children's Church 5/20–8/5 No Evening Worship 8:30 AM 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 5:30 PM
Classic Worship Sunday School Elevate Worship Women's Bible Study (TBD)
Office & CLC Closed for Memorial Day
No Evening Activities
All good things must come to an end, and this issue of Connect Magazine is the last! Find out what's going on at FBC this summer, meet our n...
Published on Apr 26, 2018
All good things must come to an end, and this issue of Connect Magazine is the last! Find out what's going on at FBC this summer, meet our n...