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Pastor Scott looks at the new federal Holiday of Juneteenth in the light of Isaiah 11:1-5. Justice and equity are things we all long for, but can sinful people create a truly just and equitable government?
Is the Church ignoring the needs of generation Z? We continue our discussion of the last three habits from the article posted on our website. If you'd like to comment, you can visit our Facebook page, just search for bfc4u!
Is the church ignoring the needs of generation Z? Pastor Scott, Aubrey, and Braedon discuss an article that lists seven things the church might be ignoring! The first four habits are discussed in this episode and the final three will be released next week. Stay tuned!
Pastor Scott, Andrew, and Braedon discuss the Sunday Message, preparing for hurricane season, and Memorial Day remembrance.
Pastor Bob Wren teaches on the importance of prayer and looks into the prayers of Paul as a guide for our prayers today!
Pastor Scott and Elder Jacob along with Andrew discuss the Sunday Sermon and God's sovereign activity in history. The news on Covid-19 as well as the pipeline shutdown causing fuel disruption in the Southeast US.
There are several narratives being pushed by our culture in post-modern society. One of those is overpopulation. Is the planet overpopulated? Have we filled the earth as our biblical mandate has told us to? What are your thoughts?
Associate Pastors Scott Kimball and Bob Wren discuss the Sunday Message and its importance to the church and believers. We tend to think of God in our own frailties and don't give God the proper perspective in our lives. We become weak, fearful, and miserable due to an inadequate perspective of God!
Special guest, Lucky Langston, joins Associate Pastor Scott Kimball and Elder Dr. James Mahler to speak about the Gideons International ministry. Gideons distribute Bibles all over the world and pray that each one brings someone to salvation in Christ. You can be a part of this great ministry if you meet the qualifications, and you can also pray for and contribute towards more Bibles at https://gideons.org
Andrew Kimball interviews Associate Pastor, Scott Kimball, about his life and work in ministry at Bible Fellowship Church.
Direct Message from BFC Elder Jacob Davis about the dangers of pride and how to live honoring Christ.
Andrew Kimball interviews Elder Jacob Davis. Jacob is the youngest of our Elders and helps us stay in touch with young families ' and children's needs. He is a great asset to our leadership team.
Pastor Scott and Pastor Bob along with not-a-pastor Andrew Kimball discuss the Sunday Message, News Media bias, and how the church can respond to those with desires that can lead to temptation and sin.
Pastor Scott responds to a question from a friend with a new Bible and gives some basic thoughts on Bible types and usage along with a call to get more people reading Scripture.
Andrew Kimball interviews Associate Pastor Bob Wren to help us get to know him better!
Pastor Scott, Elder Jacob Davis, and Andrew Kimball discuss the Sunday Message, the theology of Sin, and how there is some really good teaching available about religion's attempt to solve the problem.
Vyrsity Bible teaching at https://vyrsity.com/tv/
Voice of the Martyrs Live Stream event https://www.persecution.com/event/watch/?_source_code=WB21VC2B
Andrew Kimball interviews Dr. James Mahler, an elder of Bible Fellowship Church who has been faithfully serving in this role since 2005.
Pastor Scott is joined by his daughter, Aubrey, to review the new book by John Cooper, lead singer of the Christian band Skillet, titled Awake and Alive to the Truth.
Pastor Scott teaches from Ephesians 4 about the reality of living in grace and truth and why it's so hard for Christians to do it well.
Scott, Bob, and Andrew discuss the Sunday sermon and a couple of articles talking about issues in our society and comparing current presidents to those of the past.
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