Children’s Sunday School Teachers Needed

Due to the recent growth of our church we are in great need of those that would be willing to serve on teaching teams for Children’s Sunday School. The need Currently we are only able to staff 2 classes for our elementary age children – 1st-3rd graders and 4th-6th graders. For the sake of the children’s discipleship, we need to move to 3 classes: 1st […]

Church Basics Class

Last summer, our church went through several studies discussing the nature of the local church, church membership, church leadership, and church unity. Through our studies, we realized that we need a stronger, biblical understanding of this thing we call “church” and what it’s place is in our lives as believers. One key area of concern we […]

Current Needs • April 2017

Each month we post a list of current needs within the ministry. Some are financial, some are volunteer needs, others are special ministry opportunities. If you are willing to help with any of these needs, please contact the main office for details.   Books for the Pastoral Internship Ministry (see S. Ashmore) Security Team Volunteers (see K. Martindale) Facilities/Maintenance Needs (See T. Pulver) Round Tables for Fellowship Hall ($340 per table) […]

One Month Later …

Well, it’s been a couple of months now since we started into out our church-wide initiative of Treasuring Scripture Together. Some of us have been reading for distance through the Storyline of the Bible. Others have been reading for depth through the New Testament. We’ve also committed to memorize Scripture together. Hopefully, we have all been working to commit these […]

Cornerstone

For the month of February, we will be learning together the song, Cornerstone. Many will be familiar with the text of the verses adapted from the older song, The Solid Rock or My Hope is Built on Nothing Less. The updated chorus is a joyful expression of the church’s confidence, hope, and trust in the true unshakeable Cornerstone, […]

All To Us

Our song for the month of January is called All To Us. You can listen to a clip of the song, download the sheet music, and read through the text. Take some time to become familiar with the song before this Sunday. We’ll sing it together in our morning services this month. Download the sheet music – All […]

Studying Scripture … Together

This year, we have made it a church-wide goal to Treasure Scripture Together by both reading and memorizing Scripture. Tonight, for our mid-week gathering, we are going to add one more layer to it … Studying Scripture Together. For the remainder of the Winter and through the Spring, our Wednesday evening meeting will focus on learning how to rightly divide […]

Meet Ben! (Our New Pastoral Intern)

In keeping with our Core Value of Purposeful Multiplication, we are thrilled to launch a Pastoral Internship ministry. Starting this January, Lebanon Baptist Church will have the privilege of partnering with Ben Roland to equip, test, affirm, and send him out from our church. He is currently serving in Singapore and praying about long-term future ministry in one of our […]

The Priority of Preaching

In his book, Reverberation, Jonathan Leeman states: God’s Word, working through God’s Spirit, is God’s primary instrument for growing God’s church. Unfortunately there is a prominent thinking among Christianity today that discredits preaching as outdated, and that something different is needed. The problem is that we have faulty ideas of what we think we need. […]

Thanksgiving Praise Service

Our annual Thanksgiving Praise service is coming soon! This year, we will again unite with Killian Hill Baptist Church from Lilburn, GA to give praise and thanksgiving to our God! Oh, magnify the Lord with me, And let us exalt His name together. Our theme, “Exalt His Name Together,” is rooted in the text of Psalm […]

Stop Reading the Bible in Isolation

Let’s face it – being consistent in reading the Bible has it’s challenges. In previous posts, we’ve discussed the problems of fragmenting the Bible and amputating the Bible. However, one of the greatest issues facing us in reading our Bible may come as a surprise to many. Too often, Christians read the Bible in isolation. What? Aren’t we supposed to get alone […]

The Priority of the Word

Last month on LBCConnect, we began to discuss our Core Values as a church and their importance to our life together as a church. No doubt, most of us have a set of core priorities to guide us in making decisions in our life. Do I move to that location? Do I schedule this appointment? Do I accept […]