I would like to take a moment and personally thank you for stopping by to visit our web page. Our desire here at Freedom is simply to be a Church that lives out our faith in Jesus Christ with love, service, and spiritual growth among our members. We are always excited to have guests come and be a part of everything that is taking place at the Church. We want you to feel comfortable as our guest and all we ask is that we might have an opportunity to serve you, and help with any needs you may have. We don’t expect you to dress a certain way, or feel out of place whether you have been in Church most of your life, or never been at all, you are welcome here!
Please take a minute and browse our site where you can find our service times, meet our staff, and see all of our upcoming events. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to email myself, and I will get back with you right away. Thank you again for your interest in Freedom.
In His service,
Pastor Kris Theobald
The Christmas Musical/Program will be December 14, 2014. Mark your calendar.
Additional details to follow.
FBC Picnic Shelter
Sunday, September 14th, we will be having a picnic at the church shelter following the 11:00am service. There will be corn toss games and hay rides.Bring your family and friends to Sunday School and the 11:00am service and stay for the picnic.
The church will be supplying the meat, drinks, condiments, plates, etc.
Members are asked to bring a side dish and/or dessert. Guest and visitors, you may also bring your favorite side dish and/or dessert if you wish.
See you Sunday September 14th.
Know anyone who could use a little hope? This week is a good time to join us for Sunday school.
• We’ve made mistakes.
• We feel shame or regret over something in our past.
• We’ve tried to fix things in our life and we’ve failed.
Even those among us who seem to “have it all together” have areas of hurt in their lives. Stack up enough of the mistakes, shame, and regret, and we can even lose hope.
Let Hope In* is a 6-week study that doesn’t let us off the hook—it acknowledges that we’ve blown it and we need hope—but it also shows us we are never beyond hope. There is a sure hope for us regardless of our past. When we let hope in, we can move beyond the regrets and shame. A hope-filled life is not problem-free, but we are no longer bound or hindered by the past. For the next six weeks, we’ll consider how we can know and experience hope, and how hope can transform us on a daily basis.
*Based on the book Let Hope In: 4 Choices That Will Change Your Life Forever by Pete Wilson.