IBSA churches are invited to accept challenges in four key areas: evangelism, church planting, missions giving, and leadership development. New data based on the 2017 Annual Church Profile reports has reinforced the urgency of the challenges.
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Mission Emphasis Videos
Parrish: Holy Discontent
Roberson: Brooklyn Love
Carr: Tea and Teachers
HER NAME LIVES ON. HER LEGACY STANDS MILLIONS STRONG.
Every year, we honor the life and missions impact of Annie Walker Armstrong (1850-1938) when we give to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® for North American missions. As a tireless servant of God and a contagious advocate of missions efforts throughout the world, Annie Armstrong united women in missions endeavors, ultimately leading to the formation of Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU). She served as WMU’s first corresponding secretary.
Annie believed and followed Christ with all her heart, but it was her hands that expressed her belief in tangible ways. A prolific writer, she spent many hours using her hands to type and hand write letters in support of missions. Many of these letters were quite lengthy, and all were motivated by her desire for others to, as she put it, “grow in grace and in the Knowledge of
our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.” Annie also used her hands to reach out to others in need, whether by hugging a child or distributing food, clothing and the Word of God to those in need. Her hands cradled her Bible as she studied how best to share God’s love with others. Most importantly, as a woman of prayer, Annie regularly folded her hands in prayer to intercede for the missionaries and those with whom they shared Christ.
Annie once wrote, “If I get hold of an idea which seems to me to be a good one, I somehow do not feel comfortable until I see it carried out.” As a result of her persistence, Annie rallied churches to give more, pray more and do more to reach people for Christ. As modern-day missions advocates unite to continue that work today, we can be encouraged and empowered by following her legacy.
Ever wonder what a true disciple looks like? Is there a desire in your heart to be a disciple of Jesus Christ? Pastor Roger will begin a one year study called Disciples Path
: The Journey, on Sunday March 5th. The class will be held during the Sunday School Hour each week.
Space is limited. Please contact Pastor Roger or the church office to sign up or for more information.
The Clothes Closet is open every Thursday during the food distribution.
The Clothes Closet provides seasonal clothing for all ages. They currently have a large selection of winter clothes. They are also accepting donations.
Sunday Morning Service Video Ministry.
Food Pantry Ministry of Liberty Baptist Church provides food to those in the community that need assistance.