First Baptist Church is excited to again host our annual Chili Cook-Off! This fun, family-friendly event will see a wide range of chilis, from traditional no-beans and with beans, white, red, brown, and we have even had green before! Heat ranges will be from none to extreme (will be clearly labeled).
And YOU are the judge! Everyone who samples chili gets to vote for their favorite!
This event is open to the public – but if you plan to enter your chili, please have it here by 5:45PM to give time to get registered and set up for tasting!
This is a FREE event – but we will also have a dessert auction after the chili tasting is done! So if you want to bring your favorite baked item or dessert for the auction, then bring that too! But most importantly – come have fun and enjoy the fellowship while trying a variety of chilis.
FBC Cave Springs is excited to present our 2nd Annual IGNITE! Ministries Fall Kick-Off Fish Fry! Come join us on Wednesday evening, September 4 for catfish, chicken, and all the sides, and meet our IGNITE! Ministry team!
There is no charge for supper (donations to help offset the cost are welcome). We will begin serving at 6PM.
First Baptist Church is pleased to present an Evening of Song and The Word with the bass voice of preacher, pastor, and talented singer Wade Lentz.
By the time he was twenty years old, Wade was ready to hit the road singing in a gospel quartet. In 1997, after a short stint with a local quartet, Wade received a call from Tim Shelby who was the lead singer and manager of Masterpeace Quartet out of Laurel, Ms. Wade absolutely loved his time on the road traveling in a bus and singing, but Wade felt the Lord leading him into the gospel ministry as a pastor.
Wade has been blessed to pastor four different churches over the past 20 years. For the past six years, Wade has been the pastor of the church where he grew up, Beryl Baptist Church in Vilonia, Ar. As much as he loves being a pastor, Wade has never lost his love for music and singing. In the year 2000, Wade formed a part-time group called Canaanland, which consisted of his wife, Amanda; his brother, Lee; along with Ronnie LaCaze and Curt Crook.
Wade says, “For nearly sixteen years, I had the honor of stepping on stage with my family and singing the music I love with the people I love.”
Currently, Wade has recently joined Johnny Parrack and his quartet, “Triumphant”, as their bass singer.
Wade has also just completed his first solo project entitled, Send the Light. It was produced and arranged by the award-winning tenor singer, Chris Allman, of Greater Vision. The songs on this solo project include some of Wade’s favorite songs that will no doubt be a blessing to all who listen to them, and in this evening of Song and The Word, Wade will be sharing not only his heart for Christ through music, he will share with us a bit of testimony where each falls into His walk with the Lord.