Bible Studies for Life Matthew 16:13-16; Luke 1:26-35 John Hull, lead pastor Eastside Baptist Church, Marietta Who is Jesus Christ? In this writer’s opinion, this is the most important question in human history! One cannot ask a more significant, weighty question. The way one answers “Who is Jesus Christ?” determines a number of things about that individual. The answer reveals a […]
1 Thess. 5:12-22Randy Jacoby, pastorFirst Baptist Church, FolkstonLet’s recapture the spirit of Thanksgiving.Someone needs to. The world skips Thanksgiving Day and goes straight from Halloween to Christmas, but the issue goes deeper.Thankfulness, or gratitude, is not about a day. When we follow Jesus, He calls for a gratitude that goes beyond a moment in time. […]
John 11:1-4, 38-45Randy Jacoby, pastorFirst Baptist Church, Folkston“It’s not about you.”With this declaration, Rick Warren opened his 2002 bestseller “The Purpose Driven Life.” He went on to unpack the reality that if you want to find your purpose in life, you need to look to God.Contrary to Warren’s words, many in the culture today, including […]
Rom. 8: 26-32Randy Jacoby, pastorFirst Baptist Church, Folkston At the heart of many issues surrounding the topic of “God’s will and my circumstances” lies the issue of trust. “Can I trust the Lord in my circumstances?” “Can I trust Him with my circumstances?” “Can I trust that God will bring good out of this?” “Does […]
Voices from beyond our gifting protects us from blind spots.
The wisdom of God always develops a person into a better version.
Psalm 19:1-6Brian Parker, senior pastorKingsland First Baptist Church I love Siri! She is a great assistant, especially when I drive. She provides me with written and spoken directions. The problem with Siri is that her directions are not always correct. Like Siri, God uses both written and spoken directions; but unlike Siri, God’s direction is […]
Rom. 11:33-12:2Brian Parker, senior pastorKingsland First Baptist Church According to AARP, on average 60% of people do not have a will – only 60%!. That number is affected most by age. Only 22% of millennials have a will in comparison to 81% of those age 72 and older. The more you know about wills, the […]