The Christian faith centers on beliefs regarding the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Within Christianity, faith, in one sense, is often discussed in terms of believing God's promises, trusting in his faithfulness, and relying on God's character and faithfulness to act.
In the United States, a Sunday school is an educational institution that is often Christian in nature. Christian catechesis is provided through Sunday school sessions, which are typically held before church services on Sundays.
A maturity level religious ministries of faith groups or other religious organizations that serve young people between the ages of 12 and 30 are known as youth ministries, which are also known as youth groups in some circles.
College Ministry FBC would like to ensure that college-age adults (ages 18-24), including students from Baylor, MCC, and TSTC, have a church family at this critical period in their lives by providing them with opportunities to serve in their local church.
Going to church, living a virtuous life, or residing in a Christian country are not necessary components of becoming a Christian.
In the recent Christian tradition, when people refer to Jesus Christ as Saviour, they are alluding to the idea that he gave his life in order to save people from their sins.
Ministry is the position held by those who have been designated by ecclesiastical authorities to serve as ministers in the church.
Women's Ministries are there to support, motivate, and challenge women on their journey as followers of God and members of the world church.
In thinking about a determined ministry comprising youth vision, the church should consider an ignored premise. It's simple, yet it's a game-changer. Missing it can lead to a quagmire of strife or a way to exit.
Children's ministries progress as the grace and beauty of God are exposed more and more. The ultimate goal of the process is for youngsters to forsake all worldly allegiances and become unwaveringly committed to God and His teachings.
The Milestones Series is a collection of workshops aimed to assist parents better equip themselves to guide their children through the many phases of child-rearing in a loving and wisdom-filled manner.
The growth of men in their duties at home, in church, and in society, as well the formation of relationships that drive one another on to greater godliness, are all encouraged by the Men's Ministry.
This is The Next Step of the church that determines the path of church growth and emphasizes principles that are necessary for the betterment of society.
Involved in everything from greeting visitors and making Sunday morning coffee to organizing and decorating for big events, the Hospitality Ministry is an important component of Fellowship.
FBC believes in the importance of family. They are committed to working in ministry with parents, regardless of their stage of life or situation.
In order to assist members in becoming more Christlike, the Church encourages everyone in the congregation to look and belong to others and to bear the burdens of those we love and care about.
A new believer study guide by FBC is designed for those who are serious about growing in their relationship with God.
After waking up on a Sunday morning to the sound of an alarm clock, you are overcome with the desire to fall back asleep. The words "Don't desert the assembly" ring in your head through the fog of your grogginess, however. It's the Lord's Day, after all!
Fellowship's aim is to present every individual as complete in Christ. A similar experience exists in the life of the believer, just as a healthy, mature tree produces a deep root system while also branching out and bearing fruit. As a person's connection with Christ deepens, the Spirit of God causes a proportional development of Christ-like character and spiritual fruit in the Christian's life. Our goal is for everyone to grow in Christ and display real maturity.