As announced at church on Sunday, we normally have a breakfast and devotional before school for North students on Wednesdays at 6:40am. However, this week the breakfast will be on Tuesday! Same time as normal.
Family Bible Church,
Join us for a night of Fellowship, Worship and Hot Dogs.
5:30pm Sunday evening (Oct 4) River City Dawgs will be serving hotdogs, chips and drinks. There will be a charge for chips and drinks…. However, the hotdogs are FREE!!! Slaw Dogs, Chili Dogs, Chicago Dogs and more…..
Weather permitting, we will be outside so bring warm clothes and lawn chairs.
Colton and his friends will be leading us in worship at approx 6:15ish.
Hope to see you there,
We have a volunteer request from one of our own for a day this week. Karama Collection is in need of volunteer help this Tuesday (9/22) to assist with a shipment of over 600 chains.
If any women are interested and available to help, then please Contact Us and we will get you in touch with the ladies at Karama.
We are excited to announce a 9-week study of Sermon on the Mount by Jen Wilkin.
Study begins September 30, 2020. 7:00 – 8:30 pm at FBC.
We are asking everyone to wear a mask during our discussion time as we will not be able to completely social distance. Masks will be optional as we move to the worship area to view the video.
We will Zoom the study for those who are unable to attend in person or are unable to wear a mask.
Please bring a friend and join us for this study or let us know if you will be joining us via Zoom.
For more information, contact: Sarah Aiton (812)-499-5131, Paula Runyon (812)-430-1205
Come join Family Bible Church for an evening of fun and fellowship on Sunday, Sept 13th.
Pizza will be served at 5:30 and Tournament will start shortly after.
Please text your 2 person Cornhole team to Matt Lovell @ 812.598.9964. There will also be a sign-up sheet at church on Sunday. We ask that every family bring their own drinks and a dessert to share.
**** Tournament will be held outside in order to safely social distance****
Look forward to seeing you there.
A young adults Bible study has met on Monday nights at 7 throughout the Summer. This week, the group will meet on Thursday at 7. If anyone has questions concerning the group or an interest in joining, please contact us.
In keeping with Governor Holcomb’s executive order 20-37 regarding face coverings now in effect until August 26, we ask that until everyone wear a face mask when entering the church and continue wearing it until you take your seat for worship. Since our seating arrangement maintains six feet of social distance, you may remove your mask while at your seat as long as you are sitting with members of your household. When our service is dismissed and you are visiting afterward, please put your face covering back on since it is difficult for us to ensure six feet of social distance when entering and exiting the building.
Please read sections 1. a. and 4. o. of the exec. order linked above for information applicable to our worship service. For exemptions concerning small children, medical conditions, or hearing impairment, please see sections 4. a. – d.
I know we are all looking forward to life without such requirements. But until that time comes, let’s do what we can to help keep each other safe. Please keep praying that the Lord will bring about an end to the danger of this virus soon.
See you Sunday,
on behalf of our elders at Family Bible Church
Like most of you I have been disturbed, concerned, saddened, confused (and a host of other adjectives) by the racial conflict engulfing our country following the death of George Floyd. To gain perspective I have tried to read widely from sources I know and trust, and from others I was less familiar with who would challenge my thinking on issues of race. While I am sure I have not read widely enough, it has become clear to me that I much to learn on these matters, which is why I have been hesitant to speak or write to you about them.
However one pastor and writer has been useful in helping me sift through the steadily expanding cloud of chaff to find the grain that informs careful and biblical thinking. I commend to you the series of articles that Pastor Kevin DeYoung is writing called Thinking Theologically about Racial Tensions. This link is to part 3 of a four part series. I suggest reading them first to last (though perhaps not all at once as there is a lot to digest). There are links to the previous posts in this article and you can subscribe to his blog to receive the fourth if you wish. May the Lord Jesus use them to expose sin in our own hearts so that we may be useful to him in bringing healing as he leads. Please pray with me that he will do so.