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INTERIM MINISTER TO STUDENTS

There’s a new but familiar face you might see hanging out around the Youth Ministry. As Alberto Santiago moves on as Interim Minister to Youth, Tom Grubbs has stepped into the role to take his place. Tom, who came to FBCTLH from Gainesville, Florida, earlier this year as the Director of Recreation, and will continue […]

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THE ORDINATION OF CLAY MASON

Please join us for the ordination service of Clay Mason on Sunday, December 22, at 6:00PM. For the last three years, Clay has served as our Interim Minister to College Students, and he also helps lead our Internationals and Senior Adult ministries. Clay has not only faithfully served in these areas, but feels called to […]

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SOMETHING IS ON THE HORIZON

SOMETHING IS ON THE HORIZON

For churches who are more liturgical in tradition, the season of Advent comes a bit easier I think than to us who are Baptist. For us, Advent seems basically like the time we use to get ready for Christmas. We hang the green, bring in the poinsettias, and sing “Silent Night” as soon as the […]

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IN EVERYTHING GIVE THANKS

Thanksgiving is the time of the year when we are supposed to give thanks for all of the things we have. This can be easier or harder depending on our circumstances. For some of us, everything is going great and working out as we want it to. We feel in step with God and life […]

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PLANNING FOR THE SEASON AHEAD

PLANNING FOR THE SEASON AHEAD

It might seem hard to believe but 2019 is almost over. As the holiday season is fast approaching, events and activities begin to fill up family schedules. With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s knocking on the door, we’d like to share some upcoming events for you to plan and prepare for this upcoming holiday season. […]

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PRAISE GOD HE NEVER CHANGES

In Malachi 3:6 God declares that he does not change. This is a wonderful, vital truth. If God could change, he would have to change either for the better or the worse. But if God changed for the better, then he was not as good as he could be when we first trusted him. And […]

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MEET PASTOR TERRY DELANEY

MEET PASTOR TERRY DELANEY

“He told me I was going to hell and I laughed at him.” That’s how Terry responded to a naval officer who asked him about his faith while serving in the army. Two years later the tragedy of 9/11 would send him to the Bible again where he realized that he didn’t understand anything that […]

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THE CARING WELL CHALLENGE

THE CARING WELL CHALLENGE

Proverbs 31:8 states, “Speak up for those who have no voice; seek justice for those on the verge of destruction.” The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention has developed the Caring Well Challenge to help churches understand how to minister to those who have been abused. There is a significant need […]

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PASTORAL STAFF UPDATE AND APPRECIATION

Our new Associate Pastor of Missions and Pastoral Care, Terry Delaney, began serving with us this week (his first Sunday will be this Sunday), so I wanted to use this space to share an update about the make-up of our pastoral staff. Terry’s role is to serve our church by leading, coordinating, overseeing, and continuing […]

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REMEMBERING WHO WE ARE IN CHRIST

Our minds are funny things, especially our memories. Sometimes we remember things we would rather forget, but more often we forget things we wish we would remember. Our brains filter so much information during a day that sometimes we just lose things when we wish we wouldn’t. Most of the time our lapses in memory […]

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