Connected: Being the Body of Christ 5-5:50 p.m. • Fellowship HallLed by Timothy Gibson
Who are we? What does it mean to be a Christian held by the grip of God’s grace?
Where do we stand? What does it mean to be a part of the Church?
That which we know for certain is the one true foundation of our faith is Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 3:11).
The Lord is the cornerstone upon which everything else is built (Ephesians 2:19-22).
How we ought to approach life together at First Baptist Church happens as we — strengthened by the Holy Spirit — continue in the path of grace and truth that our Savior paved.
Join us in this very important study as we examine the nature of being connected as the Body of Christ. Through a facilitated study with break-out groups, we will explore with one another:
(1) The Trinity.
(2) The Gospel.
(3) Our Identity.
(4) Our Membership.
(5) Our Place in the Family.
(6) Our Talents.
(7) Our Opportunities.
(8) Our Values.
Then, the conclusion of this church-wide study simply asks: Are We All In?
Come, be a part! Come, be connected!
Fellowship Hall Study 6-7 p.m. • Fellowship HallUnderstanding Biblical Leadership. January-March. Together we will take time to examine some threads of biblical leadership by (a) studying certain individuals, (b) reflecting on a few key scriptural texts, and (c) culminating with an overview of traits Christ exhibits in the Gospel of John.
i am n. April-May. This powerful study exposes us to modern day martyrs and to the persecuted church facing Islamic extremism. We will explore the six themes of sacrifice, courage, joy, perseverance, forgiveness, and faithfulness.
Women’s Explorers 6-7:05 p.m. • Room 309Designed for women wanting to go deeper into God’s Word. Explorers will continue the study of the book of Romans for the spring semester. The study intends to solidify much about why we believe what we believe as well as add practical applications to our life of faith. Beth Fitts leads this study, offering three Explorer studies on Wednesdays: FBC at 6 p.m., St. Andrew’s Methodist at noon, and North Oxford Baptist at 9:30 a.m. Call Jan Trussell at (662) 801-1517 to register or to get more information. Cost is $30 for materials. (Scholarships are available.)
English as a Second Language 6-7:15 p.m. • Room 312Designed for International Students to aid in the development of their language skills and to deepen their relationships with members of FBC. Led by Thomas Herrington.
Preschool care is available for newborns through 4-years of age from 5:45-7:30 p.m.