Women’s Ministry December Activities

Monday Lunch Bunch Monday, December 1, 11:30 a.m. Olive Garden, Gilbert & Germann Women’s Bible Studies December 2, 9, 16 -Invincible Love, Invisible War 9:30 & 6:30 p.m. at FBC in room A111/112. Facilitator is Jimmie Sue. Ladies Craft Night December 5, 6:00 p.m. at FBC Women’s Ministry Team Meeting No Women’s Ministry Team Meeting for December Ladies Quilt Group Will not meet in December due to Christmas activities. Will resume meeting in January. Thursday Lunch Bunch December 18 at 11:30 a.m. at Fiesta Mexicana, 4949 S. Alma School Rd. Bring a … [Read more...]



Preschool PALS and Families Saturday, December 20 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. … [Read more...]

Hooked Christmas Party


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Missions in Your Backyard!


Well not quite—but almost. Exciting things are happening at First Pima Baptist Church in Sacaton, on the Gila River Indian Community, and FBC Chandler has an opportunity to help. Pastor Eric Gibbs and his wife Brittany are NAMB Mission Service Corps missionaries that have been serving the church since 2011. "There is an awakening across Native American land," says Eric Gibbs. In order to continue to reach out to the community, SBC churches across the country have come together to help build a new fellowship hall. Multiple FBC Chandler ministries will be helping in … [Read more...]



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Lottie Moon Post Office


Lottie Moon Post Office officially opens on Sunday, December 7! If you're not familiar with the Lottie Moon Post Office and what it's all about, here's the gist. Lottie Moon is a dearly-remembered Southern Baptist Missionary who served in China in the 1800s. The reason she is so dearly remembered is because of her influence on how the Southern Baptists viewed and supported missionaries. Southern Baptists knew mission work was important, but they didn't realize how much support missionaries needed from the home base, let's say, in order to spend their time doing what they were called to … [Read more...]



Merry Christmas! You are no doubt aware that most stores no longer allow employees to say those words to customers. However, I am afraid we are so focused on the word Christmas, that we have forgotten the word Merry. Christmas is a time to be merry because we celebrate the coming of the Messiah into our world. The shepherds were merry, the angels were merry, the wise men were merry, and certainly Joseph and Mary were merry. This year don’t just think of Christmas, but think of Merry Christmas! Bro Paul … [Read more...]

What are you grateful for?

Someone asked me today, “What are you grateful for?” That was a good question. We talk about having a grateful spirit or attitude, but how often do we really list out in our minds what we are grateful for? Well it made me think specifically about what I was grateful for. So I want to share some of my list with you. I’m grateful to God that because of Jesus’ provision on the cross, my sins (all of them) are forgiven. I’m grateful for a mother and father who gave their hearts to Christ and showed their children how to live by faith. I’m grateful for a precious wife, who … [Read more...]



Captain Arthur H. Rostron commanded the Carpathia, which was a passenger ship much smaller than the Titanic of the rival Cunard line. Upon receiving the distress message from the Titanic, Captain Rostron fired up the boilers to aid the sinking ship as quickly as he could. After rescuing as many as he could, Rostron led the survivors in a prayer of remembrance for those who perished and thanksgiving for those who survived. Titanic’s Captain Edward Smith thought nothing of navigating through the ice field. He had even said “I cannot imagine any condition which would cause a ship to … [Read more...]

Hooked Ministries Presents


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