september, 2018

26sep5:30 pm- 7:30 pmYouth Group

Summer Sunshine for Your Soul!

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Summer Sunshine For Your Soul

(Written by: CVDaily Editors)

Summer is here, but as the days are heating up, do you find your faith growing cold? It can be tempting to trade time with God for that pool party or barbecue! But don’t let your faith burn out just because it’s time for summer break. Pack your picnic bag with these faith essentials, and stay burning bright for Jesus all summer long!

Sunscreen—Prayer. Cover yourself with prayer every day for protection from burnout.

Snacks—Scripture. Taste and see the Lord is good all summer by packing your favorite Scripture verses with you in bite-sized pieces to nibble on throughout the day.

Sunglasses—Focus. Keep your eyes on Jesus, and you won’t be blinded by temptations that distract you from following your faith.

Beach mat—Rest. Take a break from stress…and find your rest in Jesus.

Family Skate Night!

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This Friday, August 7th, is Family Skate Night at the FBC Family Life Center in Abilene! There is no “cover” charge! Bring your family, come out and have a great time! There will be a snack bar available to purchase snacks, but you may want to feed the kiddos before you come. The Family Life Center is located at 1442 N 2nd St, Abilene, TX. Give us a call if you have any questions. 325-893-4923. We will be taking the bus into town, if you need a ride please call and reserve a spot! We hope to see you there!

Oklahoma Mission Trip = Success

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The week of July 12th, 16 participants from our church travelled to Durant, Oklahoma to partner with Durant FUMC for a full week of service and mission projects. While there, the group painted an entire gym for a local Boys and Girls Club, cleaned out storage buildings, scrubbed dirt off pews, and mildew from dark corners. On our final day there we packed over 500 bags of supplies at a local Food Bank in the morning and then served dinner to appx 100 people that evening! While I am immensely proud of the work they did during the trip, I am even more proud of the changes they made in their own hearts. Many of the students had not been on a mission trip before and had no idea what to expect. At our work sites we soon found out we wouldn’t have air conditioning, and we didn’t always have the ideal supplies, but they were flexible and continued to work hard. One student, Maddie, was in a wheelchair from surgery, and she still worked just as hard as the other students. When we would have devotionals together, the students had profound reflections on the day and on what it meant to be a Christian in a hurting world. The love they conveyed imitated Christ’s love that we see in the gospels. I have no doubt that these students are already changing the world!


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