Love Others


 It’s a beautiful day in Sulphur Springs. The day began at 8:15 a. m. with staff meeting and Dr. Vang was here to lead the staff. Tonight, the Community Bible Study with Dr. Cutrell leading the Bible Study and will meet in FBC Spence Chapel. On Wednesday night (1/30), Dr. David Hardage will be here to do Bible study for RECHARGE. It begins at 6:15 p. m. in room 109. The church family fellowship meal menu is: chicken fried chicken, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, roll, drink and dessert. There are many other ministry activities for all ages. Wednesday night in Sulphur Springs, you are invited to FBC for a great evening of Bible Study, good food, classes on Christian discipleship, choirs, and great relationships with others.

Please pray! Super Start for Grades four and five will be February 1-2 in Arlington. Please pray for Brit Fisher and the other chaperones as they work and help these students in Christian discipleship. Do you want to know more about First Baptist Church? Starting Point Class for adults and families will be held on Sunday (2/3) beginning at 9:45 a. m. You are invited to learn about the church’s purpose, ministries, history and ways you can be a part by joining us with this class. Sign up by January 30 at ssfbc.org or in the church office. It meets in the Music Suite.

Next Sunday night (2/3) the church will host “BIG GAME SUNDAY” at the ROC beginning at 5:00 p. m. There will be plenty of action for all ages. This is a great opportunity to invite your friends and neighbors to a special evening of fellowship and good times. Is my attitude: “I like what I like so everyone should like and behave what I like”. Or can we learn to love others because they might not act or like the same things that I like. All individuals are different and unique so each person can differ in choices, beliefs and culture. Can I love others as Christ loved me? Have a great day in your neighborhood! Fred W. Lewis

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