Nathan Smith

Exodus 7:1-16

December 2, 2018

Pastor Nathan Smith continues in the study of Exodus as the children of Israel are leaving Egypt, with some reminders from God on how they are to keep the passover.

First Baptist Church

Jen and Ben Burkholder

November 25, 2018

Our visiting missionary, Jen Burkholder, shares about the ministry that she serves with, CCO Ministry. Her husband, Ben, also share with us the message from God’s word on living out our faith and being a blessing to others.

Nathan Smith

Exodus 12:28-51

November 18, 2018

This passage of the Exodus finishes the results of the tenth plague, and now the Israelites must obey God and move, and leave things behind. Pastor Nathan will ask us that same question, what do you need to let go of to move out and follow the Lord?

Nathan Smith

Exodus 12:1-28

November 11, 2018

The Passover establishes the end of Israels captivity, and a new beginning….a fresh start. Enjoy this message, along with our communion time, as Pastor Nathan brings great meaning to our communion time while reflecting on the Passover and the passover lamb.

Nathan Smith

Exodus 11, “God Won”, Pastor Nathan Smith

November 4, 2018

Up to this point, Egypt has endured 9 plagues to let God’s people go, and Pharoah’s heart is still hardened. God is now setting the stage in Exodus 11 for the tenth and final plague. From this all of Egypt will know that He is God, and He is in control.

Nathan Smith

Sunday, October 28, 2018; “Self Disclosure”

October 28, 2018

Pastor Nathan will take us through six plagues from the book of Exodus, and show us that God is revealing Himself and showing His power and control. he is also dividing His people from not His people.

Nathan Smith

Exodus 7:1-8:19. “Hard Hearts Don’t Listen”

October 21, 2018

Hardness of heart is not listening to God, and when we harden our heart like Pharoahs, we spiral downward past each warning that God is giving us. The encouragement from this text, that Pastor Nathan will share, is to heed the voice of God, (not harden my heart), hold onto the ressurection power, and change for the Lord

Nathan Smith

Exodus 6:10-7:7, Three Gifts for the Insecure

October 14, 2018

Pastor Nathan Smith continues in the study of Moses and the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. Three main points from this study; Have God’s perspective on your situation, get a “buddy” for strength and encouragement, and rest.

Nathan Smith

Exodus 5:22-6:13, “Turn to the Lord”

October 7, 2018

The LORD is with us in all things, and is calling us to trust Him and stay the course. Even when it seems like it is falling apart, if we feel the call is from God, we need to hang on and keep moving forward. This is the message from Exodus that Pastor Nathan brings to us. It also encourages us to not be afraid to question God when we are in the middle of a circumstance, with our “why’s and you’s”.

First Baptist Church

Exodus 5, Pastor Doug Compton

September 30, 2018

Visiting Pastor Doug Compton brings us the message from the series in Exodus.

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