PASTOR SEARCH COMMITTEE UPDATE #9

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PASTOR SEARCH COMMITTEE UPDATE #9

Dear Church Family, Let me begin by saying thank you for your patience as we continue this awesome journey to walk with the Lord as He defines our path to the man He has selected to shepherd FBCTLH. Your Pastor Search Committee (PSC) members have continued to work diligently since our last communication to you. […]

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FATHER’S DAY

With Father’s Day approaching, I’m once again reminded of the blessing of being a father and the responsibility that comes along with it. Based on scripture, I believe the greatest responsibility a father has is to “bring [your children] up in the training and instruction of the Lord” (Eph. 6:4). Dad, you must train your […]

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HAVE IT ALL

HAVE IT ALL

We’re off! As I write this, it is Monday morning, and the FBCTLH Youth Choir of is off for a week of serving and sightseeing in Philadelphia. We are so grateful to God for allowing us an opportunity to sing and proclaim His Name to everyone we encounter. We are so happy to love on, […]

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SUMMER PLANS

“What are you doing this summer?” Even though summer doesn’t technically begin until June 21, the observance of Memorial Day and the end of the school year herald the unofficial arrival of summer. And with that freedom comes the opportunity to pursue new activities and maybe enjoy some travel and time away from your normal […]

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MEMORIAL DAY

As we approach the final Monday of May, our nation will once again observe Memorial Day — a solemn occasion to remember all of those who have sacrificed their lives for our country and our freedom. Of all of our national holidays, this may be one of the most profound as we honor men and […]

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A FULL SUMMER

Have you noticed all the PSAs about international hunger? We are reminded everyday how hunger is threatening the lives of children in faraway nations. However, most people don’t realize that we have an epidemic of hunger right here in Tallahassee. It is called food insecurity, which is a metric tracked by the US Department of […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA & MOMS

As society and culture continue to change, every generation faces its own unique challenges. One subtle yet meaningful shift that has taken place in just the past few years has been the impact of the Internet on young families. While the blessing of an endless source of information and insight is undeniable, there can be […]

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FIGHT NIGHT

Whenever I counsel couples, we talk about conflict as a necessary part of any healthy relationship. But simply knowing this doesn’t automatically make disagreements any easier to work through. That takes patience, practice, and maybe even some professional help… which can be even more useful when it comes from a pair of exceptionally qualified and […]

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HEROES OF THE FAITH

“Let me write the songs of a nation; I don’t care who writes its laws.” — 17th century Scottish politician, Andrew Fletcher “Show me a church’s songs, and I’ll show you their theology.” — New Testament Scholar, Gordon Fee The church culture of today is quite preoccupied with musical style, what instruments are used or […]

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Pastor Search Committee Update #8

Dear Church Family, Greetings from your Pastor Search Committee. What a blessing it has been to celebrate and be reminded of the reason we place our faith in Him who was raised from the dead and sits on the right-hand side of the Father in Heaven. Our Lord has risen indeed! We continue to work […]

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