Greatness in the Kingdom
by Aaron Glover on September 9th, 2021
What comes to mind when you hear the word GREATNESS?For many, we think of grandeur, conquest, power, authority, winning, and so on. We might think of successful political or military leaders. We may even think about championship athletes or top performers in our workplaces.Normally, these thoughts of greatness tend to lean towards something or someone being considered “first”.That’s what we think ...  Read More
Do You Need Rest?
by Aaron Glover on September 2nd, 2021
Good morning FBC Family,Life can be overwhelming. On top of all the responsibilities and obligations that we have, we also feel pressured to live up to certain expectations, follow specific rules, and meet various demands... Every. Single. Day.Moreover, recent days have given us an additional serving of stress from politics, disease, natural disasters, and foreign wars. It’s as if the pressures an...  Read More
What Would Jesus Do?
by Aaron Glover on August 26th, 2021
Thursday 8/26/21I remember a trend several years ago when many Christians were wearing those bracelets with the letters “W.W.J.D.” printed on them. Do you remember that?For a while we saw those bracelets everywhere! The letters WWJD meant “What Would Jesus Do?” and the question was meant to encourage believers to make decisions the way that Jesus would. How would Jesus respond? How would He react?...  Read More
Peace. Be Still.
by Aaron Glover on August 19th, 2021
Thursday 08.19.21Good afternoon church family,As we head towards the weekend, I wanted to speak a word of blessing over each of you. Sometimes, our lives are smooth sailing, but other times we wonder if we will be able to outlast the storms. (Ironically, it’s raining very heavily while I type this, and the images of an incredible storm are not hard to picture)Our lives can often be filled with sto...  Read More
Two Words That Changed Everything
by Aaron Glover on August 12th, 2021
Do you ever wonder what it was like to follow Jesus as one of the disciples?Oftentimes, I think we forget that they were just as human as we are; they got confused, frustrated, scared, angry, tired, hungry, etc. (just like all of us!) Even though they lived in a completely different time and culture, the disciples were real people with many of the same thoughts and struggles that we all have.Think...  Read More
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