We are spending this week praying for the Annie Armstrong Easter offering. I have enjoyed reading the stories of the different missionaries in the prayer pamphlet and praying for the needs for which they have given requests. It helps you realize the importance of supporting missionary work in North America. Not only can we go to the nations and share the gospel, but the nations are coming to us and there are still so many lost people within the United States that we must be prepared to share the hope of Christ here. In addition to praying, we have begun  taking up the Annie Armstrong Easter offering. Right now we have taken up $3,675 of our $10,000 goal.

Let me encourage everyone to mark their calendar for the Community wide Easter Egg Hunt we will be organizing at the park on April 3. It is going to be a wonderful opportunity for children to have fun and for us to share the story of Christ’s resurrection with them. There will be a need for plenty of volunteers with this event, and so I would encourage you to call Stacey  Harriman and see where you might be able to serve.

This past Sunday I preached on fasting and in light of Sundays message and to prepare for our Easter outreach & other evangelistic efforts in the future, I would like to call for a lunchtime fast on Thursday April 1. I want to encourage our members to skip eating during their lunchtime and to spend time in prayer to the Lord, asking him to bring revival in Ashley County and to provide opportunities for us to share the gospel with lost people in our community. If you  cannot fast during lunch, I would encourage you to find another mealtime that day to pray.

 

In Christ,

Brother Ty

 



This Wednesday night we are continuing our Revive/Renew series. We are going to be looking at Col. 3:16 and Ps. 119 to talk about how we are to let God's word dwell richly in our lives. Because the word of God dwells deeply in our lives, our entire life should be impacted by that! I cannot wait to worship with the students!

 

John 1:4

Turner  Roberts

 

Church Family,

I hope you’re having a great week so far and looking forward to worshipping together on Sunday!

 

If you’re interested in singing in the choir, please join us. I would love to order extra music if the need arises!

 

Some new developments are happening for our sanctuary very soon including a new sound board. The company that we’re using offers training for audio and video so if you’re interested in learning how to run the board in the sanctuary, please let me know!

 

As I’ve said before, if you ever need anything from me, please let me know.

 

In Him,

Bro. Will Richey

Music Minister

 

March 14 at the Fairgrounds.

Serving Beef Stroganoff served over buttered rice, Country-style Purple Hull Peas, Seasoned corn, Cheesy Bread and dessert.

Take out dinners from 11:30 until 1:30 all for a $10 donation.

 

 



The Children’s Sunday School Dept. is doing a Home Missions Project during the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering time.  Annie had a passion for helping others that lived close to her.

 

They have started a Hygiene Closet.  During the months of March & April, please donate Bath soap, Shampoo, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Toothbrushes and sanitary napkins.


3rd Tuesday Lunch

March 16th at the ROC

Serving carry out lunches

from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm

 


Ashley County Baptist Association “Rags to Riches” Women’s Retreat

Guest Speaker:  Author, Melissa Kirk

Date:  Saturday, March 20, 2021

Time:  10 am until 1 pm

Hosted by:  South Main Baptist Church, 2801 South Main, Crossett

Call the office to reserve your spot today.


Ladies  Bible  Study

Ladies, it’s time to join together for Bible study again! Starting

Monday, March 1st at 10 am in the fellowship hall

join Priscilla Shirer on this 7-session journey through the life and times of the prophet Elijah. We’ll discover how the fire on Mount Carmel was forged in the valley of famine. And how the emboldened, fiery faith you desire is being fashioned by God in your life right now. Sign up soon. There are a limited number of books for purchase in the office. Nursery will be provided.


Ruth SS Class is now meeting each Sunday.


Contribution  Statements are available By e-mail or USPS Mail.

Let Deedee  Know your Preference..

501-412-0021

870-853-5520

fbchbg.office@gmail.com


GriefShare

**Has moved to the Fellowship Hall @ 10 am on Thursdays

**Prefer a night session, let Deedee know.


Community Wide EASTER EGG HUNT

Saturday, April 3rd

From 10 until Hamburg City Park

 



Calling all Children…..      External link opens in new tab or windowGo to Siloam Springs page


BLAST CAMP


Siloam Springs

                                           June 7—11

Must have completed the 3rd—6th Grade. Deposit Details soon!!!  Reserve your spot today!!


 


Deacons on Call for the Week of March 8. 

Tommy Hollis                870-831-1935

Brad Davis                      870-814-1653

Keith Long                      870-415-8074

 

 




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