The kingdom agenda

The message of the Kingdom is sorely lacking today. This is not because people don’t speak of the Kingdom but because far too much of their speech is in esoteric, theological code words that seem unrelated to the realities of life in the here and now. The Christian message, when communicated from a comprehensive Kingdom perspective, provides an agenda that can stand next to and above all other attempts to define the meaning of life, whether for the individual, the family, the church, or the nation. A Kingdom agenda based on God’s Word — rather than a secular agenda based on man’s word — is the best way to make all of life work as our Creator intended. This six-session Bible study serves as a comprehensive blueprint for the Christian life and as an all-encompassing discipleship tool.

Led by John Lowrie, Wednesdays, 6:30 pm in room 204B at the ROC (Recreation Outreach Center, 100 W. Brin St).

ethics: the spiritual implications

The course is adapted from Dr. Bob Price’s Ethics class as taught at

Trinity Valley Community College. Dr. Price will be leading a

spring session here of 10 sessions.

Led by Dr. Bob Price, Wednesdays beginning Jan. 9, 2019 from

6:30-7:30 pm in the room 204A at the ROC

(Recreation Outreach Center, 100 W. Brin St.)

Handout booklet provided - no book cost.

growing up

small-group discipleship

Discipleship is the process of becoming more like Jesus. It's a journey that never ends this side of heaven. Growing in our faith is biblical,

and it's what our Lord commanded. Jesus told us to go make disciples.

Disciples reproduce disciples.


Growing Up is a small-group discipleship experience that is designed to equip and grow believers into disciples who reproduce disciples. It utilizes a 3-to-1 small group model that equips believers to make disciples of others. They, in turn, can then lead others through the same journey.

Thus, Growing Up is a model of replication for making disciples..


Growing Up is the current discipleship emphasis for our church.

New groups are continually forming as more people go through the process. Groups are gender-specific. If you're interested in being part of a group, or would just like to learn more, contact keith@fbcterrell.org.


Grace Ministries

Our recent addition of programs from Grace Ministries enhances access to helpful online programs for those in FBC.

More resources for what, where, and when you want it.

To access the courses below, go to:

grace101.org/login.htm

User Name: fbcterrell

Password: 9725241800

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