Posts by Lebanon Baptist

Posts by Lebanon Baptist

Back to the Basics

The key to the Christian life is simply doing the basics well. While that may sound overly simplistic, it’s really the beauty of genuine Christian growth. Even Paul told Timothy that the key to being faithful to Jesus in a corrupted world was a commitment to the basics. But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed. Too many believers today seem to be looking for the latest and greatest programs, searching for the 7…

How’s That Bible Reading Thing Working Out for You?

Well, summer has unofficially arrived (it’s not official until June 21). It’s hard to believe we are almost to the 1/2 way point of 2019! Many of our church family started the year with a commitment to get into the Word more consistently. We call this initiative Treasuring Scripture Together. So, how is it going for you? Are you moving along well, or are has sluggishness set in? Has it ended up being a stereotypical New Year’s Resolution, or are you actually surprised at…

Summer Equipping Classes

This summer, beginning June 2, we will set aside our Sunday evenings to offer 3 different equipping classes. These classes are designed to be interactive discussions and instruction regarding marriage, parenting, and general Christian discipleship. You can learn more details about the classes below. We are encouraging each member to commit to being equipped in one of these ways this summer. Please sign up for one of the classes using the form at the bottom of this page. EQUIPPING CLASSES…

Summer of Service

At the end of the message on Intentional Living (April 28), we introduced the plans and ideas for our Summer of Service. If you missed the message, take some time to listen to it here. WHAT IS SUMMER OF SERVICE? Summer of Service is a strategic initiative for the LBC family to display the loving-kindness of Jesus by intentionally serving our neighborhoods and communities in very practical ways. A variety of service projects will take place over select days throughout the summer in place of the…

Passion Week Devotional Readings

This Sunday, April 14, marks the beginning of the week known as the Passion Week. As we prepare for this special time of year, we’ve prepared some brief Scripture readings to help you to … Take some time each day to reflect on what Scripture reveals about the person and work of Jesus. Consider the significance of Jesus’ final days. Prepare to celebrate His resurrection and promise of new life for all who believe! These passages are just a small selection to…

Just for Starters

What would happen if God were to bring a brand new believer into your life? What if suddenly, our church soon began to witness God answering our prayers to see more people coming to faith in Jesus through the witness of our members? How would you help? Would you know where to start? Would you struggle with what to say? Could you identify if they truly understand the Gospel? Would you feel capable of helping establish them in the faith? …

How to Handle Sin: 1 Corinthians 5

This past Sunday, we took a look at a somewhat shocking passage of 1 Corinthians, where Paul begins to speak to the Church about their tolerance of outright sexual sin in their midst and how they should instead respond. We learned about the biblical teaching of a practice referred to today as church discipline, its end goal (restoration of the one being disciplined), and its rooting in the teachings of Jesus in Matthew 18. One of my favorite parts of…

Why Missions Conference

Each year around this time, we set aside a few days to focus on what God is doing locally, nationally, and globally. It’s really a wonderful time for our church family and the missionaries that are with us for the week. But it’s much more than a programmed event. In fact, let me suggest to you 3 reasons why we would take the time, energy, and finances to host a Mission’s Conference. Remind  We are such forgetful people.  We get so…