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Winter in Spring

Apr 02, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Brent Brondyke, Music Pastor I like the outdoors, generally. Having grown up in the country, and also having become involved in endurance sports in middle age, I find many enjoyable experiences and also many memories while observing God’s creation first-hand. Quite often a sight, sound, or smell will trigger strong emotions caused by […]

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Praying Through a Pandemic

Mar 21, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Pastor Bob Vradenburgh Never perhaps since Sept. 11, 2001, has there been such a keen sense of need for prayer as at the present.  The COVID-19 pandemic crisis keeps escalating daily.  People are scared.  The lives of many are put on hold. School is out.  Businesses are being shuttered and employees furloughed.  Grocery […]

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Vision 2020 – Missions Conference Preview

Mar 02, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Kris Wilder, Children’s Ministry Director and Missions Conference Coordinator Do You See What I See? Hellen Keller once famously said, “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” Though perhaps not referencing the same kind of vision, similar language can be found in nearly every Christian hymnal. Since […]

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Biblical Prayer: Thoughts from a Recent ABF Study

Feb 24, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Bob DeAngelo, Pastor of Youth and Outreach Of course you are praying, but are you praying biblically?  Every follower of Christ has some sort of prayer life.  Unfortunately, many Christians, if they were honest, might characterize their prayer lives as in a “rut,” and possibly in danger of the “vain repetitions” that Jesus […]

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A Recap of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Feb 10, 2020, News and Updates

On January 20, Friendship Christian School (a ministry of Friendship Baptist Church) celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day by holding a special assembly for all students and faculty. Mr. Nelson, along with two area pastors, spoke about events leading up to the historic Civil Rights movement, the history of the King Holiday, and what it […]

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Our Identity in Christ: Preparation for Annual “State of the Church” Sermons

Feb 07, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Pastor Bob Vradenburgh You have probably heard the old adage: “the best way to detect counterfeit currency is to be thoroughly familiar with that which is genuine.” How true this is spiritually! In my next two Sunday sermons at Friendship, I will be issuing a major warning about several fashionable lies of Satan […]

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Thanking God for America and a Timely Reminder about Socialism

Jan 23, 2020, News and Updates

Guest Post by Missionary Edgar Feghaly (used with permission) America is by far the greatest country on earth today. The freedom found in America is so unique that the whole world envies this country. If the United States opened its borders, the whole world would merge, including the Europeans, Russians, and Chinese. On my mission […]

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The Top Ten Books I Read in 2019

Jan 08, 2020, News and Updates

Written by Bob DeAngelo, Pastor of Youth and Outreach My love for reading (and more than that, for learning) took me through 55 books in 2019. I try to read a diversity of books – books on subjects such as theology, counseling practice, marriage, technology, and spiritual growth…but also books on history, politics, productivity, fiction, […]

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FBC Ladies to Gather Around the Table for “Joy in the Morning”

Jan 07, 2020, News and Updates

As we settle into new winter rhythms, the ladies’ ministry of Friendship Baptist Church is offering a time of fellowship and refreshment on January 18. “Sundays often don’t give us enough time to build deeper relationships with those we see every week,” said Ladies’ Ministry Director Heather Jones. “We hope this gives an opportunity for […]

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The Light at Christmas

Dec 20, 2019, News and Updates

Written by David McClain, Student Life Director of Friendship Christian School Light.  It is a key element of the Christmas season.  Candles in windows, bulbs on a tree, multi-colored, white, off-white, blinking, steady and shining; light is integral to Christmas.  In John 3:19, we read, “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, […]

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Our purpose is to make much of our Lord Jesus Christ and His gospel through the preaching of His Word and the making of disciples. At Friendship Baptist Church (FBC) we teach the Bible in order to facilitate spiritual growth in all of God’s people and to provide opportunities for Christian fellowship. God has graciously used Friendship to further His work both locally and across the globe since 1965.