Posts Tagged ‘first-baptist’

What's On Your Mind?

Posted onOctober 25, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

It’s all about free will. We choose how we think, what we say, and how we treat others. Where is our mind? If it’s focused on selfish wants, selfish feelings, and selfish plans; we’re making a bad trade. We can choose to be happy. We can choose to move forward with a positive attitude or stomp our feet and throw a pity party. Where’s your mind? Your legacy is right behind you, being established by your steps, which are directed by your thoughts. What will that look like?...Keep Reading

Pastor's Pen

Posted onAugust 23, 2017 | by: Grant Bowles | 0 comments

Those among us who lived in Sanger since birth comprise a smaller percentage than we might think. As a church we must consider how truly welcoming we really are. When we have meals at the church, is your table filled with only people you have known for longer than 5 years? If so, break out of that bubble. Take the time to make new friends....Keep Reading

Saved To Serve

Posted onMay 4, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

We are not saved by our good works, but we are saved to do good works. If you are a believer, God has saved you to do ministry. Our staff is here to help you find where the Lord wants you to serve. Other than someone being saved, there’s not much more fulfilling than helping someone find their place of service....Keep Reading

Are You Walking Funny?

Posted onApril 28, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

Sometimes, we just need a little wake up call, a new perspective and appreciation for the powerful love of the Father. John was saying, “LOOK HERE! Look at how much the Father loves us! HE has made us His children. We need this wake-up call because we get wrapped up in the world and its cares and before you know it, we start walking funny!...Keep Reading

Here's To Your Health

Posted onApril 20, 2017 | by: John Guerra | 0 comments

If we are honest, most of us would like to "teach" some folks a "lesson." Things happen all the time at work, in the neighborhood, and even at church. However, we need to look closer at the situation and maybe, just maybe, God has a lesson for us to learn....Keep Reading