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ALL OUR GUILTY STAINS

Many a Bible reading plan has been derailed by Leviticus. You resolve to read through the Bible in a year, you get your Bible reading plan, you’re excited to get started, and you breeze through Genesis and the first half of Exodus. Then you hit chapter 21 and start reading all of the specific laws […]

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HOPE IN THE CROSS

HOPE IN THE CROSS

Over the last few weeks, our news has been dominated by shootings and storms: El Paso, Dayton, Odessa, Hurricane Dorian. We know we live in a world where we can be killed going to Wal-Mart, to school, or church. We know we live in a world where you can be targeted because you’re black or […]

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SATISFIED

SATISFIED

God created us to have needs. As human beings, we all have a number of basic needs: food, water, air, shelter, sleep, and companionship among them. Our ultimate need, however, is God. In his great wisdom, God designed us so that each one of our basic needs as people points to our need for him. […]

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ASSOCIATE PASTOR OF MISSIONS AND PASTORAL CARE

ASSOCIATE PASTOR OF MISSIONS AND PASTORAL CARE

On September 15 we will have a special called business meeting at the end of both of our services to vote on calling an Associate Pastor of Missions and Pastoral Care. During this meeting, we will hear from our candidate, both his testimony and his call to this position, and then we will vote on calling […]

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THE BELIEVER’S CRY

THE BELIEVER’S CRY

Psalm 121 begins with the believer’s cry. “I will lift up my eyes to the mountains; From where shall my help come? My help comes from the LORD, Who made heaven and earth.” In other words, “I’ve set off on this life of faith. I have begun to put one foot in front of the […]

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BUILDERS FOR CHRIST 2019

The mission of First Baptist Church of Tallahassee is to be a God-centered, Bible-directed, people-focused, caring body of baptized believers in Jesus Christ; led by the Holy Spirit in worshiping, serving, and sharing Christ, and in equipping believers to carry out the Great Commission in the community and throughout the world. Therefore, the purpose and […]

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CAMP IN THE CITY RECAP

CAMP IN THE CITY RECAP

What a great week with Camp in the City! Camp in the City is a traveling camp put on by the organization Pine Cove, based out of Texas and South Carolina. This was the third year that the camp visited FBCTLH. With a total of 64 children participating each day on inflatables, race cars, water slides, rock walls, and laser tag. In addition […]

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HAITI MISSION TRIP

This past Sunday morning, a team of 21 FBCTLH members returned from our tenth mission trip to Haiti since the January 2010 earthquake. This was the second-largest team we’ve ever sent and included seven youth and one senior pastor. This was also one of the busiest weeks of ministry we’ve had in Haiti, and I’d […]

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MEET JACOB CHILTON

Through a unanimous call on Sunday, June 23, FBCTLH welcomed Jacob Chilton as the new Associate Pastor of Children and Family Ministries. On July 15, Jacob began serving FBCTLH in his new role. Born and raised in Dothan, Alabama, Jacob felt a call to ministry an early November morning before a college class. After months […]

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CRY OUT TO JESUS

We can come to Jesus with anything. There is no situation too desperate for Jesus. Francis Schaeffer, a great Christian writer and evangelist during the 20th century, tells a story in one of his books about a time when he almost died. He was flying back to the United States from Europe, and he is […]

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