FAITH over FEAR Youth & Student EVENT!

First Baptist Church is excited to announce our first one-day youth rally:

Featuring Worship led by our friends of Trinitas (Shreveport, LA and Tyler, TX), and teaching by Micah Powell.

FEAR...

Fear can do a lot more than cause us to shake or want to hide.  For some, it causes us to become angry, fearful- and it can destroy families, friendships - and chase us from the very things in life that matter.  F.U.D. - Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt...  After the last year and a half, we all should be very familiar with these terms.  Fear overtook many, changed lives - Uncertainty cause paralysis and government officials to make decisions that will long be questioned, and of course Doubt - or even pessimism that comes naturally with fear and uncertainty - and all three of these things are tools that Satan uses to try to stop, squash, and destroy lives that could otherwise be joy-filled testimonies.

TRINITASTrinitas is a trio consisting of Chanin & Mandy Barker (Shreveport, LA), plus Keith Copley (Tyler, TX), who bring an energy and excitement fueled by a genuine passion for Christ and the Saving Grace poured out through the Gospel.  The music styles in the library of Trinitas is across the spectrum - from Southern Gospel to Contemporary Christian and Praise - We are glad to have Trinitas as a part of this important event!

 

Micah Powell, and his wife of 12 years Rachel, is currently a student at Midwestern Baptist

Micah and Family

Theological Seminary in Kansas City, and has served as a worship pastor, youth pastor, family pastor, and frequent camp + youth speaking engagements.  Micah is an engaging speaker, compassionate soul, and absolutely a spaz for the redeeming work of Jesus Christ - with a passion and energy for equipping folks for life and ministrythrough discipleship.  His background speaks very clearly and loudly to the subject of battling fear, uncertainty, and doubt, and there is absolutely no chance that you listen to Micah without coming away strengthened and very likely changed.

 

WHO CAN COME?

This event is open to all, though primarily geared towards Junior High- College aged students.  We will have opportunity for questions, prayer, and of course - worship!  We do ask that all participants PRE-REGISTER so we can plan food for the LUNCH that we will provide.  Registration/tickets are $1 (which simply covers the cost of registration) and guarantees you a spot.  Tickets go on sale Friday, June 11 at Noon.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS/REGISTRATION

COVID-19 – March 13, 2021

Most who are familiar with FBC know that we never “shut the doors”, but did encourage many for a short time to shift to watching the service online. Over the course of several months, attendance has, thankfully, begun to return to more normal levels. Further, we have been blessed with quite a few visitors and even a handful of new members! The LORD has blessed us during this time – a time that for most has been trying.

Yet one thing has remained true: God is gracious and always good! As you return to active fellowship, we do ask that you remain vigilant and reasoned in your actions. This includes continuing to respect the distancing desires of those who are particularly susceptible to illness, effective hand washing and use of sanitizer. If you feel more comfortable continuing to wear a face covering, you are more than welcome to do that. And of course, if you are experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19 (listed below), or have had a recent confirmed exposure, please utilize good judgment in thinking of others.

If you are experiencing:

  • Nasal Congestion
  • Sore Throat
  • Unusual Fatigue
  • Body Aches
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever (Greater than 100.4)
  • COUGH
  • Shortness of Breath

Please consider others and join us online and see your doctor or health care provider as soon as possible.

 

Join us streaming:

www.facebook.com/FirstBaptistCaveSprings/

https://tinyurl.com/CAVESPRINGSFBC

 

Easter Sunrise On The Hill

Weather permitting, we will still have our Easter Sunrise service on Sunday, April 12 @7AM!  We will, of course, practice safe distancing between family/household groups. We also encourage everyone who can come, to practice judicious hand washing and you are welcome to wear a face mask or respirator if you feel led.

Our service will be set up on the hill, with seating in the parking lot.