Thank you for visiting the website of Freedom Baptist Church. As you browse our site, you’ll find plenty of information about everything that’s happening at Freedom. From an exciting children’s and youth ministry, a flourishing young adults group, as well as a caring group of senior adults, Freedom seeks to take the gospel and apply it to every age. From a blended style of contemporary and traditional music, a strong commitment to biblical preaching, and a desire to be a church that lives out our faith within our city, you’ll find a place here where you can feel welcomed, grow in your faith, and use your gifts to serve in various ways.
Everyone’s story is unique. Maybe you’ve never been to church and you decided to see what this is all about. Maybe you’ve felt it’s time to find a place where you and your family can get connected. Or perhaps you’ve always been involved in church and are searching for a place you can serve and worship. Whatever your background, this is a church where you’ll find loving arms, and a caring community, that will truly welcome you should you decide to be our guest. Take a moment to check out the rest of our site, if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me any time.
In His service,
Pastor Kris Theobald
Freedom Baptist Church Cruise-In
1766 Millville Ave., Hamilton, OH
Saturday September 12, 2015
Show: Noon – 4:00P.M.
Everyone is welcome to join us for this free, family fun event. There will be dash plaques for the first 50 cars. We are giving away trophies for best Ford, Chevy, and Mopar as well as a Fan’s Favorite. There will be door prizes, hayrides, and a bouncy house too. Music provided by Rockin’Rick. Register early online by September 5th and you will be entered to win a $50 Texas Roadhouse Gift Card. Admission is free, but we are asking everyone that attends to bring canned or box goods to donate for the New Life Mission in Hamilton. Call (513)887-1805 with any questions. Rain date is September 19th.
To register online click on the “Cruise-In Registration” box above, complete the form and press “send”.
They will see his face…Revelation 22:4
One of my favorite hymns is, “What a Day That Will Be.” In the chorus it says, “what a day that will be, when my Jesus I shall see, when I look upon his face, the one who saved me by his grace.” John Piper has one of the most searching quotes I’ve ever heard. He said, “The critical question for our generation and for every generation is this: If you could have heaven, with no sickness, and with all the friends you ever had on earth, and all the food you ever liked, and all the leisure activities you ever enjoyed, and all the natural beauties you ever saw, all the physical pleasures you ever tasted, and no human conflict or any natural disasters, could you be satisfied with heaven, if Christ were not there?” Read that again. That is a heart searching question.
Most people talk about heaven because they want to see grandma again some day. They want to walk the streets of gold. They want free from pain and sickness. But the real question is this, above all things, do you desire the day when you can bow before Christ and see his face? See the nail scars in his hands, the scars he bore for you. Is he so precious to you that your heart longs to go home and be in his presence? Most people today talk of Christ as an accessory. Just a piece they tack on to their life. He’s not central, he’s not all consuming, he’s just an add on to everything else your life is full of. Maybe that’s why Jesus is so little mentioned when we talk about heaven. Think about so many of the songs about it. Mansions, golden streets, gates of pearl, but what about Jesus. I’m fine with a shack on a dirt road with a wooden fence as long as he’s there. My Jesus saved my soul from hell. He paid for every one of my sinful deeds, and offered himself in my place. He’s walked with me every step of my life, and will keep me until my race is over. Yes I long for heaven because Jesus is there. That’s what makes heaven what I long for.
Freedom Baptist Church
We would like to invite all of our friends, family, and visitors to join us for a free family friendly evening together at the shelter here at Freedom. From 6:00-8:00 we will have food, games, hayrides, and a bouncy house for the kids. We hold these events so that we can grow closer as a church family, and also to reach out and meet new people that may be looking for a church, or just looking for some friendship. If that’s you, please come and join us on Wednesday July 22nd. We will be grilling out and will provide drinks for everyone, if you’d like to bring a side or a desert, it’s totally optional. Also if you like softball, bring your bat and glove, weather permitting there will be a game going on then also. Hope to see you there!
Freedom Baptist Church