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August Newsletter Column

Dear Church,

“And when you pray …”

These are the words of our Lord Jesus when He was teaching the
Sermon on the Mount which is found in Matthew chapters 5-7.

Our Lord assumes that we, His people, pray. Or rather, the Lord Jesus knows that His people pray. And rightly so, Christians are praying people.

Do you pray? When do you pray? How do you pray? Do you like to pray? Is it your desire to pray? Is it your reaction to pray?

There are two familiar passages in the Bible where Jesus instructs with prayer. In Matthew 6:9-13 we have the Lord’s prayer (or model prayer). This is where Jesus is instructing us on how to pray. He says “Pray then like this:” Let me encourage you to listen to the teacher. Learn from Him (Matthew 11:29), and therefore pray as our Lord teaches us to pray.

The other familiar passage is John 17. This chapter in John’s gospel is not so much Jesus telling us how to pray as it is Jesus showing us how he prays! Learning to pray gains from both of those experiences: 1) Being taught how to pray and also 2) observing how other people pray.

This month we as a church our committing ourselves to prayer. We are prioritizing this great privilege. On Friday & Saturday, August 8th & 9th, we will have people at the church praying for 24 straight hours. We will also have people away from church committing to prayer during this period.

Let me encourage you by challenging you to pray. Get involved with what it means to be a real child of God and a real piece to God’s church and PRAY!

Read Matthew 6 and John 17 and begin growing in your understanding of what prayer really is. Indeed, Learn from Jesus! So that the next time you read Jesus saying “And when you pray…” you will know for certain he is speaking to.

My prayer is that we will be a strong, unified, praying church. God help us!

With all Sincerity,

Your Pastor, Josh

August Newsletter Column 2017-01-22T16:21:58+00:00

24 Hours of Prayer

On Friday, August 8, and Saturday, August 9, we are having 24 hours of consecutive prayer for FBCF and the entire Fairdale community. We are looking for four people to pray each hour.

There will be prayer guides available. A sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board downstairs by the office.

24 Hours of Prayer 2014-07-30T05:08:43+00:00

98th Homecoming

Our Homecoming date has been set for October 19. Our service will begin at 10:30am that morning and there will be no evening service.

Longacre-PicOur special guest preacher will be Marlon Longacre who is Associate Pastor at Piedmont Church in Marietta, Georgia. Marlon is  a graduate of Morehead State University and serves the local community for Piedmont, as well as teaching and preaching. He graduated from Fairdale High School in 1982, and received the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2001. In 2011, he was honored with being placed in the Morehead University Alumni Hall of Fame.  He was baptized here at First Baptist in 1976. Marlon and his wife, Libby, have three sons, Todd, Jacob & Matthew, and live in Kennesaw, GA.




98th Homecoming 2017-01-22T16:21:58+00:00

Vacation Bible School

This summer, we are celebrating the good news of the gospel at our Vacation Bible School, which will take place from June 9 to June 13 (Monday-Friday). Each night, children ages 5-12 are invited to gather from 6:30-8:45pm at our church. We will listen to God’s Word, sing, play, and have a great time together!

For more information, contact the church office:
Phone: 502-368-9053
Email: office@fbcfairdale.org

Vacation Bible School 2014-05-16T15:22:20+00:00

Easter Egg Hunt

Join us for a community-wide Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19. We will get started at 11:30am at Fairdale High School’s Football Field. Be sure to stick around for free food and prizes! If you have any questions, call the church office at 502-368-9053.



Easter Egg Hunt 2017-01-22T16:21:58+00:00
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