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We live in a world that is dominated by opinion. Don’t misunderstand. Opinions are important, but opinions constantly change. Something that may be embraced by public opinion today may be completely rejected by the same public opinion in the near future. Because opinions are always changing, we really cannot build our lives on the opinions of others. In truth, we cannot even build our lives on our own opinions because even they are constantly changing. We need an unchanging, reliable, and trustworthy truth upon which we can build our lives.
There really is only one unchanging, reliable, and trustworthy truth in this world, and that truth is the Bible. So when you worship with us, you can be certain that our teaching will be focused on helping us all understand the Bible better and how its truth should impact our lives today. Each episode podcast contains a portion of First Baptist's worship service including music, Scripture readings, prayer, and Pastor Jason Ingram's teaching. Thank you for joining us on the journey!

Nov 20, 2016

Title: A People of Service
Text: John 13:12-15
Take Home Point: People will never see Jesus in us unless they see the humility of Jesus being demonstrated through our lives. 

Nov 13, 2016

Title: A People of Compassion
Text: John 8:2-11
Take Home Point: No matter how messed up a life may be, every person is worthy of our love and compassion because every person is someone for who Jesus died.

Nov 6, 2016

Title: A People of Forgiveness
Text: Matthew 18:21-35
Take Home Point: God has lavishly poured out grace and forgiveness upon us so we do not have the right to withhold grace and forgiveness from anyone.

Oct 30, 2016

Title: A People of Prayer
Text: Philippians 4:4-7
Take Home Point: Worry can never bring us peace because worry will never lead us to God. However, when we come to God in prayer and thanksgiving we will find our worry is overwhelmed by His glory and goodness.

Oct 16, 2016

Title: A People of Humility
Text: Philippians 2:1-4
Take Home Point: Our relationship with Jesus allows us to make others more important than ourselves so they might experience the grace, love, and mercy of Jesus through us.