***First Baptist Church is now meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings in the North Worship Center for Weekly Worship Service. Small Groups are meeting immediately after the Worship Service beginning around 10:45 a.m. and conclude at 11:30 a.m. We will continue to live stream our services on First Baptist Church Hinton Facebook page at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday (If you miss the live stream, the service will be available after 6:00 p.m.)***
Ministry Perspective, There are occasions when you are blessed by God for the honesty and transparency of a human being properly filtering out all the 'stuff' that this world can throw at us at times. Just such a post was forwarded to me a few days ago from one of my nephew's wife. She is a young mother who shares some wisdom and insight that will both challenge and encourage those who read it. What follows is a pure perspective on the struggles of being a child of God in th
Mnistry Perspectives In America and the world at large, the struggle between what is right and wrong continues to escalate as the Lord's coming draws nearer. While some call for unity in this nation, what is often overlooked is the one who is continually working and lurking in the shadows to ensure continuing division. This person has no political party affiliation whatsoever. Never has. However, he will use anyone willing to be used for his destructive purpose. As this world
Ministry Perspectives, The Word of God addresses it. We see it being actively played out in our country and community. It is simple, what you and I really love in life, we live for! For some, it's family and there is nothing wrong with that so long as it remains secondary to one's love for God, as a child of God. For others, it's the pursuit of profit or pleasure. In his book, 'The Book of Signs', David Jeremiah says this about how our culture reflects the end of the beginnin
Ministry Perspectives, Times are changing and life is challenging for everyone, especially for those who choose to follow Christ wholeheartedly in a world that is becoming increasingly hostile toward Christianity.
In the face of the obstacles that are no doubt in front of us, how will you and I respond? Like we have when things were ‘normal’ or as He would have us respond now, in the present?
The better question might be, will we respond any differently in the next 10 months