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Victors Not Victims

March 29, 2020 Speaker:

Passage: Psalm 91:9–91:16

Dear FBC Family,

I truly miss seeing all of you in person and wish we could be together this morning as a church family. Please know that this absence has only made my heart grow fonder for each of you.

As your pastors, we want to encourage you to set aside time to worship from home on this Lord's Day with whatever family you may live with, whether children or adults.

Here is the link to a playlist of selected worship songs related to the sermon which you could sing together to prepare your heart to hear God’s word. We have provided a number of songs so you can select a few to sing today and then others to sing throughout the week to keep your focus on God amidst this pandemic: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIeZzyTJCKajxpnRwtOg8tJ03Sth5tZeZ

Here is the link to the sermon, which is entitled Victors Not Victims based on Psalm 91:9-16: https://vimeo.com/401836899

(For a more animated reading of Psalm 91 by Titus which the kids might enjoy: https://vimeo.com/401757335)

I recommend pausing the sermon for a little reflection and discussion midway through. At end of the sermon, consider discussing what your take-aways are.

Share the sermon via social media with your friends and encourage comments & follow up conversations. 

Please consider continuing to financially support the church’s ministries during this opportune time by either mailing in your offering, through your bank’s auto-pay service, or giving online through our new website (www.fbceaston.org), our FBC EASTON App or here: https://pushpay.com/g/fbceaston?src=hpp. God’s kingdom work continues through FBC even in the midst of the pandemic.

April is Missions month so we should all be asking God what he would have us give toward the Annie Armstrong Easter offering above and beyond our normal tithe. Here is some background on her and this opportunity to support missionaries and church planters: https://www.anniearmstrong.com/about/who-is-annie/

Please know that your pastors and deacons are praying for you and are available to serve you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Trusting In Our Faithful God,
Pastor Paul