SUNDAYS 10:45A / 6:00P | WEDNESDAYS 7:00P
We are a family of Jesus followers passionate about making disciples and equipping disciple makers through serving and meeting the needs of others.
On June 30,
Bear Creek Baptist Church had a
Fifth Sunday Sing and dessert fellowship.
Join us October 19
The Erwins in concert
A love offering will be taken
Doors open at 5:30 pm
On Sunday, June 2, Carl Most shared about his work in Cuba. Check out more of his ministry from his website:
Lifeway’s “Explore the Bible” is a book-by-book Bible study that will take us deep into the context of God’s Word and challenge us to live it out in our own context.
In these sessions we will take a close look into the scriptures challenging our character and thoughts as we face various decisions in life.
LISTEN TO OUR SUNDAY MORNING MESSAGES
The person and the work of the third person of the Holy Trinity. The Holy Spirit is often overlooked. In this series, Brother Nick looks at the Holy Spirit. God the Father is the one who seems to determines, chooses, and makes decisions. God the Son, the Lord Jesus Christ is the one who accomplishes on earth the redemptive work that the Father has determined. The Father sent forth the Son to die and accomplish the redemptive work. The Spirit delivers. The Spirit takes the work of the Son, under the determination of the Father and makes it personal in us. The Spirit convicts us of sin and shows us we need a Savior. The Spirit performs the transforming work in our hearts and coverts us to give us a new birth. He also baptizes us into the body of Christ and seals us as God’s eternal possession. The Holy Spirit also indwells us by making the Spirit of Christ Jesus real in us. The Holy Spirit gives us the full son-ship rights of the Father.
Galatians has always been among those Pauline epistles least challenged on the issue of authorship. Paul wrote to the churches in southern Galatia after having a hand in starting them on his first missionary journey to Asia Minor. Paul’s close relationship to these churches helps to explain the extremely strong tone he took with them from the very beginning of the letter. Galatians exhibits Paul at his angriest, as he risked the good favor of the converts in those churches to make sure they were on the path of truth and not led off into deception. In fact, to emphasize the seriousness of his purpose, he took the pen from his scribe and wrote the end of the letter himself in large letters (Galatians 6:11).
Come join us on Sunday mornings at 10:45 as Brother Nick shares a study on the Holy Spirit.