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”

Bridges to Healing – Combat PTSD

For those of you looking for a good study on Christ-centered solutions for Combat Trauma, this is a great place to start. Bridges to Healing is a ministry within Military Ministry, a division of Campus Crusade for Christ International, and has produced a 10 step manual aimed to heal all variations of combat related trauma. Chris Adsit, the author of … Read More

Jack HelmerBridges to Healing – Combat PTSD

Military Missions Network – Flagship Conference 2008

Last night I returned from a 3 day conference in Norfolk, Virginia where I had the opportunity to meet others who share my passion for military ministry. Individuals from local churches, para-church organizations, and military chaplaincy gathered at First Baptist Church, Norfolk for the second annual Military Missions Network Flagship Church Conference. The focus or theme for this year’s conference … Read More

Jack HelmerMilitary Missions Network – Flagship Conference 2008

Practical Support – Psalm 91 Bandanas

I have heard Psalm 91 be referred to as “The Soldier’s Psalm.” In this passage of scripture, the psalmist takes the reader through every type of attack that can come our way as children of God, and reminds us in the first two verses that “1 Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in … Read More

Jack HelmerPractical Support – Psalm 91 Bandanas

Introducing fbcbelton.me

Note:  This service is formerly known as FBC Member Connect, but it is now known as fbcbelton.me.  This is because we’ve added more features and it’s not just for church members any longer.

Matthew IrvineIntroducing fbcbelton.me

Sermons Online

Did you miss a sermon or want to hear one again? Have no fear! Sermons Online is here!  We always keep about a year’s worth of sermons on the World Wide Web so that you can easily listen to them or retrieve them at a later date. You can also easily share the link with friends and family.  In fact, … Read More

Matthew IrvineSermons Online

Knights Of Heroes ’08

Last summer I had the opportunity to go to the first “annual” camp for sons of fallen soldiers, as a mentor to a boy at our church who lost his father in Iraq (April 1, 2006) when his apache was shot down. The idea of the camp is to help these boys begin the healing process and build a relationship … Read More

Jack HelmerKnights Of Heroes ’08

A Different Kind of War

By Scott Gurley (Relevant Magazine) About a year ago I had the chance to go to Kabul, Afghanistan for a yearlong deployment with the U.S. Army. The experience was much different than I’d expected. I anticipated regularly engaging in firefights with insurgents and having to deal with rigorous and dangerous conditions. Instead, it was the spiritual battles and lessons learned … Read More

Jack HelmerA Different Kind of War

What Soldiers Do

Christian music artists Monk & Neagle just released their sophomore album called “The Twenty-First Time.” On this album is a very touching song called “What Soldiers Do” that tells the emotional story of a soldier’s relationship with his son as he goes off to war. Christianity Today did a review of the album and this is how they described the … Read More

Jack HelmerWhat Soldiers Do