FBC @ Home June 21- June 28, 2020


Third Sunday after Pentecost

June 21-28



“Jesus said, “If you cling to your life, you will lose it; but if you give up your life for me, you will find it.” Matthew 10:39



“Almighty God, through the power of your Holy Spirit you enable us to do and be more than we can think or imagine. Come now, dwell within us, and make us strong to do your work and will. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.”



Third Sunday after Pentecost, June 21

Anytime Worship [fbcdbq.org]

Romans 6:1-11

Tuesday, June 23

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

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, June 28

Anytime Worship [fbcdbq.org]

Romans 6:12-23


June Birthdays & Anniversaries

Amanda & Matt Willard 6.3

Scott Fergus 6.20

Mel Moss 6.26

Andrew Christiansen 6.29


Church Board Votes to Reopen

Our Board met this past Wednesday evening and a primary discussion topic was if and when we would reopen the building on Sunday mornings. Both Linda and I called people to get their input and that was presented to the Board as data in making the decision. In a split decision the Board voted to open the building in July for worship. The opening date is set for July 19.

Preliminary guidelines for participating are as follows:

Masks must be worn to safeguard all people.

Seating will be in every other pew.

Social distancing will be required in seating.

The service will be different from the norm. [Details still to be worked out].

There will still be a video presentation at 10 am on Sunday for those who are not ready to return.

Pray for the pastor and others as we work out the safest way to do this.


Prayer Updates from Bangkok


We hired a new woman last month who was unemployed when the bars shut down. She is doing well.


Pray for the cases of trafficked women to move forward and for the women to be ready to go home as soon as the borders open. Pray that while they are waiting, they will grow in their faith and find further healing.


2020 May Budget News

Needed for budget: $44,120.00

Actual: $50,042.06

Difference: +$5,922.06


20 Prayers to Pray During the Pandemic

7. For nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and other long-term care facilities: God, encourage the lonely residents and strengthen the staff members who help them. Prevent further spread of infection, and comfort families who can no longer visit their loved ones.

8. For the incarcerated, who are particularly vulnerable to the spread of this virus: God, give wisdom to prison officials. Protect inmates and staff from both violence and illness. Deliver them all from fear.

9. For women and children in abusive situations: God, restrain those who commit harm. Provide protection and rescue for victims and comfort them in their vulnerability.

10. For countries in the developing world: God, contain the spread of infection in our world’s most densely populated and poorest cities. Spare countries already burdened with disease and chronic poor health.


Weekly Scripture Meditation: [6.28.2020]

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, June 28 are as follows:

Matthew 10:40-42; Psalm 89:1-18; Romans 6:12-23; Jeremiah 28:5-9.


Black Lives Do Matter/Unity through Mission

Radius Church and the Dream Center are sponsoring a Juneteenth celebration tonight at Washington Park. The event will run from 5-7 pm. All attendees are encouraged to wear masks and practice social distancing.

In case of rain the event will be held at the Hotel Julien.



4:45 Prayer walk from City Hall to Washington Park

5-6 Food and Fellowship

6-7 Program that includes prayer, the DDC Dance team, a blended praise team, Panel discussions.


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