Our mission                                               

Expose, Evangelize, Educate, Enlist, Encourage                

individuals for the kingdom of God, supported         

by prayer and finances from God's people.           

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Sunday School

We believe that a strong Bible foundation
is necessary for a strong walk in the Lord.

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Children's Ministry

Helping children to become spiritual
champions for Christ!

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Young Adults

We enjoy Young Adults, and
we want to be your church home.

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Women Active for Christ

Promoting and supporting missions for
the church and for the Kingdom of God.

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One of God's blessings, from yesterday's message, for which we can be thankful this week: Proverbs 3:5-6 (NKJV) Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths. ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in December is "Benefits of Belief", a unit from 1 Corinthians that will will examine some of the great blessings and benefits of belief in Christ, including belonging to God’s church. In this week's lesson from chapter 12, we will learn about the special gifts God has given us with which to serve Him.
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Bottom of D6: Gifted to Serve (1 Cor. 12)

December 10, 2017, 6:00pm - December 10, 2017, 7:00pm

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in December is "Benefits of Belief", a unit from 1 Corinthians that will will examine some of the great blessings and benefits of belief in Christ, including belonging to God’s church. In this week's lesson from chapter 11, we will see how Jesus modeled at the first Lord’s Supper how we should love one another.
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Bottom of D6: Putting Others First (1 Cor. 11)

December 3, 2017, 6:00pm - December 3, 2017, 7:00pm

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A preview of topics in Sunday school next quarter (be sure to join us at 9:45!):

December —1 Corinthians (NT)
Believers in Christ are assured of certain benefits, including spiritual gifts, belonging within the body of Christ, and the hope of eternal life. In this continuing study of 1 Corinthians, students explore the benefits believers have today and for the future, and embrace the responsibility to respond to others with love as their primary motivation.

January—1 Samuel/2 Samuel (OT)
Positive and negative circumstances of life illustrate how having a heart for God impacts one’s life. Students can critique the decisions of Biblical heroes and the consequences of their actions, and learn to live more courageously because of their love for God.

February—Marriage and Family
The ongoing debate in our culture on marriage and family reflects the need for a biblical worldview of these foundational concepts. Students will be equipped to promote and defend a biblical view of marriage, family, and discipleship.
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One of God's blessings, from this morning's message, for which we can be thankful this week: 2 Chronicles 7:14 (NKJV) if My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land. ... See MoreSee Less

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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

Victoria Little/missionary to Kenya

What Church Looks Like...
Church around here is a little different than what you typically think of church. We have no buildings, pews, programs, or instruments. The Samburu believers meet under a tree, sit on the ground and listen to someone share a story from God’s Word. They discuss the story and ask questions about it. Then they all gather in a circle and sing their own songs to God. It is a beautiful picture of how God intended the church to be built. Please pray for the church to continue to grow, and for those who have been discipled and taught stories from God’s Word to have an urgency to share them with others.

Please Pray...
The need here is so overwhelming. It is difficult to meet the numerous health needs because they have so little understanding of even basic hygiene and disease prevention. Please pray:
1. God will give wisdom and guidance on how to diagnose and treat the patients and the best ways to teach disease prevention.
2. God would show His healing power to the Samburu so they will seek a personal relationship with Him.
3. For strength for Amanda, Eddy, and me as we do daily ministry and life.
Thank you for being the shoulders on which I stand. Being out here would not be possible without your prayers and support.
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Prayer of the Week:

Pray for Tony Desern's granddaughter in law that is pregnant with twins - she needs to carry them five more weeks to deliver hopefully without complications.
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Meets every other week at 6:00 for dinner (byos) followed by bible study - see church bulletin for location. We are going to concentrate on studying Fierce Warrioress by Jennifer Johnson in the next several studies. This is a Randall House publication and can be purchased from them or Amazon for $10.99 if you'd like your own copy. If not, Sharon will provide handouts at each meeting. ... See MoreSee Less

Ladies Bible Study

January 2, 2018, 6:00pm - January 2, 2018, 8:00pm

Meets every other week at 6:00 for dinner (byos) followed by bible study - see church bulletin for location. We are going to concentrate on studying Fierce Warrioress by Jennifer Johnson in the next...

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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

Kenneth Eagleton, Brazil

PRESENT MINISTRY
Though currently on stateside assignment, the Eagletons typically reside in Campinas, Brazil. Until July of this year, Kenneth served as regional director for Latin America and Africa. In this role, he served as a resource person to our missionaries and an official representative of International Missions in contacts with the national church in Cuba, Panama, Brazil, Uruguay, and Côte d’Ivoire. Since a restructuring of the Mission in July, Kenneth has moved into the new role of Director of Field Partnerships, in which he works with individuals, churches, and ministries that partner with FWB International Missions (IM) to reach people in countries where FWBIM does not have missionaries on the ground. Locally (in Brazil) he teaches at the Campinas Bible Institute, training workers for local churches. He also serves as chairman of the management team of Global Training Resources (GTR). Rejane assists Kenneth in translating and editing literature.

CONVERSION
Kenneth accepted Christ as Savior when he was eight years of age. Growing up in a Christian home and observing the evangelistic efforts of his parents, missionaries Ken and Marvis Eagleton, greatly influenced him and drew him to the Lord.

Rejane was born and raised in Brazil. She accepted Christ as Savior when she was 11 years of age. Missionaries Bobby and Sue Aycock and Jim and Shirley Combs had a great influence on her as she sat under their teaching in Sunday school and vacation Bible school.

EARLY MINISTRY
Dr. Kenneth has been active in Christian service since his early teen years. He often spoke as a lay preacher and taught Sunday school. He was founder and leader of a mission church in São Luis de Montes Belos, Goias, Brazil, for two and one-half years. During this time he also practiced medicine at a Christian hospital in the area.

Since her teenage years, Rejane has been active in the work of the Lord. As a Brazilian Christian, she served as a counselor in youth camp, taught Sunday school and worked in vacation Bible school.

Appointed as associate missionaries in 1984, the Eagletons worked for a year at Doropo, Côte d’Ivoire, before going to France in 1986 for language study. In January of 1988, they returned to Doropo to resume their ministry. Dr. Kenneth treated patients and served as hospital administrator. In addition, he taught and preached in Doropo and mission churches in the surrounding area. In May of 1998, a milestone was reached when the administration of the Doropo hospital was turned over to African Christians.

From 1998 to 2002 Dr. Kenneth was involved in various levels of leadership training. He was appointed as director of the Bible institute in Bouna where he was teaching. He also participated with other missionaries in establishing a community health and evangelism (CHE) program. Kenneth and Rejane were evacuated from Côte d’Ivoire with other missionaries in October 2002 as a result of an attempted coup d’etat on September 19, 2002, and the resulting civil war.

After 18 years of ministry in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa, in April 2003 Kenneth and Rejane received permission to transfer to Brazil. In March of 2004, they relocated to Belo Horizonte, Brazil, to work in the mission church during Jim and Vicki Sturgill’s stateside assignment. Kenneth was also involved in training pastors and other church leaders through Bible institute classes. In 2006 they relocated to Campinas, São Paulo.

CHILDREN
Kenneth and Rejane have four sons: Daniel, Paulo, David, and Ruben. They also have four grandchildren: Cody, Kiley, Caedon, and Conner.

HOME CHURCH
First Bible FWB Church, New Castle, IN
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