FBC @ Home July 26- August 2, 2020


Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

July 26-August 2



“Come and show me your mercy, as you do for all who love your name.” Psalm 119:132



“O God, with whom all holy desires, all good counsels, and all just works do proceed: Give unto thy servants that peace which the world cannot give; that our hearts may be set to obey thy commandments, and also that by thee we, being defended from the fear of our enemies, may pass our time in rest and quietness; through the merits of Jesus Christ our Savior . Amen. – From The Book of Worship



Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, July 26

10:00 a.m. Worship [also fbcdbq.org], Romans 8:26-39

Tuesday, July 28

6:00 a.m. Coaches Book Discussion, Village Inn

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, August 2

10:00 a.m. Worship [also fbcdbq.org], Romans 9:1-5


July Birthdays & Anniversaries

Christine Quintana 7.24

Christine & Hector Quintana 7.24

Candi & Mark Kamm 7.25


August Birthdays & Anniversaries

Peggy & Ernest Jackson 8.13

Amber Fergus 8.18

Vera Louise Tippe 8.20

Matt Willard 8.21

Kaleb Willard 8.29

Rick Loeffelholz 8.31


Worship Safety under Pandemic Conditions

Here are some of the expectations when we gather.

  1. Masks are required for the safety of everyone.
  2. Seating will be on every other pew beginning with the second pew from the front.
  3. Seating will respect personal distancing, exception within family groups.
  4. Ushers will direct people when they come in. We will exit by pews.
  5. Fellowship will voluntarily occur outside the building not inside.
  6. Offering will be collected at a fixed location in the foyer.
  7. There will be no coffee or refreshments on Sunday.
  8. The nursery will not be available.
  9. We will continue to record a video on Friday evenings for Sunday viewing for those who plan on not attending.

2020 June Budget News

Needed for budget: $52,944.00

Actual: $57,982.06

Difference: +$5,038.06


One Great Hour of Sharing

OGHS began seventy-one years ago in response to the devastation of World War II. In March 1949, a national broadcast on a Saturday evening asked Americans to give generously the next morning in their churches. A remarkable assembly of national leaders and celebrities gave their efforts to broadcast, and more than 75,000 churches responded the next day.

Today, OGHS serves people in over 80 countries around the world. Sponsored by eight Christian U.S. denominations and Church World Service, OGHS makes sure that we can respond to needs as soon as they happen and that tens of thousands of people receive support for ongoing relief, rehabilitation, and development.


Where your gifts make a difference:

Bahamas Hurricane Dorian

Iowa Floods

Haiti Civil Unrest

Kansas Floods

Indonesia Wildfire relief

Ohio Tornado Relief

Kenya Mudslide Relief

Wisconsin Floods


Weekly Scripture Meditation: [8.2.2020]

The Church, as a whole, is invited to participate in reading and meditating on the lectionary texts for the upcoming Sunday. The texts for Sunday, August 2 are as follows:

Matthew 14:13-21; Psalm 145:8-9, 14-21; Romans 9:1-5; Isaiah 55:1-5.


Prayer Updates from Bangkok


As a result of your prayers and generosity, we were able to give food packets to our neighbors in the red light area the last 4 months. Each month we gave packets to the following numbers of people:

  • March: 241 [started March 18]
  • April: 852
  • May: 2003
  • June: 1437 [reopened salon services and reduced food distribution to target group.]
  • Total Food packs given: 4,533

We are excited to have been able to hire another 4 Thai women in the last couple of weeks. Since the bars closed and international tourism came to a standstill, many women are now seeking alternatives to prostitution.


Please continue to pray for sales and financial provision to increase to keep the women employed and increase and allow those who apply to leave prostitution.



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