Date Your Spouse

Would you like to spend an evening out with your spouse while your children (ages birth to 12) spend a fun-filled time learning about Jesus? You can! Friday, June 13th is Date Your Spouse Night at FBC Belton. You must register by Monday, June 9,2008. For just $3.00 a child (infants are free) you can bring your child to Kingdom … Read More

Treasure HannaDate Your Spouse

Military Ministry – Getting Started!

During my (almost) three years as the Minister to Military Families here at FBC Belton, I have had many people ask me for advice on starting a Military Ministry. For me, it was a long process of searching for other churches to use as a model and a lot of trial and error. Hopefully, this post will help you bypass … Read More

Jack HelmerMilitary Ministry – Getting Started!

Care givers need support

The First Baptist Church “Caring for the Caregiver” Support Group meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 in the Single Best Place. If you are caring for a loved one in your home or a nursing home, and sometime feel overwhelmed, guilty, or angry – we welcome you.  We invite speakers who inform us about current law, financial … Read More

Kandy KirkleyCare givers need support

Thursday Club Needs Male volunteers

The Thursday Club is an Alzheimer’s respite program. It is operated by volunteers from FBC Belton and meets from 9am – 1pm on Thursdays at the First Lutheran Church in Temple. Volunteers serve as one-on-one friends for men & women suffering with Alzheimer’s in this group setting. There is a morning devotional, singing, crafts, exercise, and much more. The team … Read More

Kandy KirkleyThursday Club Needs Male volunteers

What is FBC Belton Military Ministry?

Mission: To demonstrate and share the love of Christ with our military community through our service, care, and support. Purpose: To provide a ministry focused on the unique needs and issues that our military families are faced with. In today’s world of long deployments, frequent training exercises, and a transient lifestyle, military families need a ministry more than ever that … Read More

Jack HelmerWhat is FBC Belton Military Ministry?

Project Belton Sign Up Details

Project Belton is an unforgettable week, happening on July 28 – 31, 2008.  Each day will be packed with hard work, sweat, fun and little sleep.  You can describe it as a mission trip without leaving town. We will be working at different sites monitored and led by trained men of our church. You will not be returning home at … Read More

Carolyn BakerProject Belton Sign Up Details

Help Transform Belton!

This will be our second year to do Project Belton as a youth group. It began last year with 52 youth split up into teams going out into Belton doing work projects to help make Belton a better place. This year we’re doing it again and need your help. Our work projects this year will be challenging but our youth … Read More

Matt HollinsworthHelp Transform Belton!

Buddy Ball 2008

We’re looking forward to another great season of Buddy Ball this summer. We can’t wait to see how God uses our church to minister to students with special needs and their families! For those of you who don’t know, Buddy Ball is a 5-week basketball program for students with special needs that assigns Buddies to players who need assistance. We … Read More

Dave CovingtonBuddy Ball 2008

5 Years in Iraq

Today marks the fifth anniversary of the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The Army Times published an interesting “by the numbers” article in this week’s edition. To see their breakdown of war costs, operations, material support, personnel support, and Iraq infrastructure over the past five years, click here. To all who have served in Iraq or supported those who have, … Read More

Jack Helmer5 Years in Iraq

Trent Monk Singing “What Soldiers Do”

Here is a home video of Trent Monk performing live his song “What Soldiers Do”. This video was taken at our church last night. I apologize for it being so shaky, but it was one of those last second things. Enjoy! If you like the song, check out Monk & Neagle’s album “The Twenty-First Time”. You can read more about … Read More

Jack HelmerTrent Monk Singing “What Soldiers Do”