Pat Munoz 10 Year Anniversary

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Please rejoice with me as Pat Munoz celebrates his 10 year anniversary as the pastor of Dúnamis, a ministry of First Baptist Belton. The Lord brought Pat and his wife Silvia to Belton to minister to the Spanish–speaking community in our area one decade ago. We are grateful for the faithfulness Pat exemplifies as he shepherds the flock at Dúnamis. … Read More

Mark CoxPat Munoz 10 Year Anniversary

Perspectives Mission Training

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The national class Perspectives on the World Christian Movement is coming to the Temple/Belton area this January. Perspectives will open the eyes of your heart with fresh knowledge and understanding of God’s unchanging purposes and why they’re relevant to your life. Take the fifteen-week journey through Biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic perspectives and experience God’s heart for all peoples and … Read More

Colton WhitePerspectives Mission Training

International Missions Emphasis

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UPDATE Thank you for giving $148,412.33 to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering! We have reached our Base goal of $140,000, are very close to our Challenge goal of $150,000, and not out of reach of our Celebration goal of $160,000. I know many of you have already given sacrificially and your generosity is making a true impact throughout the world. … Read More

Mark CoxInternational Missions Emphasis

Project Angel Tree

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Angel tags are available in the worship center foyer November 15-December 6. This ministry is a great way to share the love of Jesus with children during the Christmas season. We collect gifts for children in Bell County whose parents are incarcerated, along with children of those who sta! the jail and CASA kids. You may donate money if you … Read More

Jamie SikesProject Angel Tree

Uganda Mission Trip

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Uganda Mission Trip – November 5-15 Please be in prayer for our team as they travel to Uganda, Africa to provide care for the orphaned population. Our team will be delivering the mattresses, mosquito nets, Bibles, and blankets provided through our Vacation Bible School missions offering this past summer. Prayer reminders are available at the missions table in the worship … Read More

Eddie HumphreyUganda Mission Trip

Texas Missions Emphasis

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Our annual focus on Texas Missions has begun. First Baptist Belton is currently observing eight days of prayer for Texas Missions September 13-20. Prayer guides are in the worship center foyer. We are also receiving our Mary Hill Davis Offering; our church has voted to set  a $25,000 base goal, a $30,000 challenge goal, and a $35,000 celebration goal for 2015. This offering … Read More

Mark CoxTexas Missions Emphasis

Neighbors to the Nations

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The nations are here in Bell County! Learn how to relate to internationals and share your faith with them. Kevin Greeson will lead this session from 3:15-5:15 pm on Sunday, September 20, in room 245. This event is for anyone serious about doing your part seeing the Great Commission fulfilled right in our backyard.

Mark CoxNeighbors to the Nations

Update #3 From Lebanon

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The Lord has been so good to us the past few days. Mark and I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet with key church leaders to learn more about the work of the Church here in Lebanon and how we can join them in their work. There are many great ministry opportunities for us to partner with that we … Read More

Matt OberhelmanUpdate #3 From Lebanon

Update #2 From Lebanon

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Thank you First Baptist Belton family for praying for us. Matt and I have been amazed at how God is mightily at work in the Middle East in spite of the incredible violence and hardship this region is experiencing. This was made very real when we met a Christian couple from Mosul, Iraq that worshiped with us on Sunday morning. … Read More

Mark CoxUpdate #2 From Lebanon

Update #1 From Lebanon

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Today was nothing short of incredible, leaving me processing all of it long after I finish writing this. The day began with a delicious traditional Lebanese breakfast thanks to the continuously gracious hospitality from Michael K’s family. We then headed south to worship at Michael’s home church where his uncle is the pastor. The village is on a hill and … Read More

Matt OberhelmanUpdate #1 From Lebanon