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  • 25 July 2021

    Book: 1 Timothy

    Today we consider the difference between “eternal life” as we think of it – a heavenly afterlife, and “eternal life” as the Israelites would have thought of it – the Life Age. When we first accept Jesus as our savior we are assured of our eternal life through salvation in His finished work on the cross. What about how the Israelites thought of it? What stands between us and the Life Age? How do we lay hold of kingdom living now? Listen to find out. *Sermon starts at 35:45*

  • 18 July 2021

    Speaker: Ellis Prince

    Book: Romans

    We groan daily because of human things – relationships, dread, broken communication, loneliness, lacking purpose, because of where we are there are troubles to troubles in our physical bodies and in our souls; it’s a natural reaction because of our humanity but it’s also a reminder of the future we are longing for in God! We long for the time and place where full control is manifest in the fullness of Christ – where all has been made right.
    Christians are the very present signal to the world that help is on the way – our lives should show the evidence of a loving and serving Savior as we love and serve others. God is asking us to reach out to our friends, neighbors, communities, strangers even and do the work He has set before us to love and serve others in their groaning – to patiently endure and sacrifice ourselves for others.

  • 11 July 2021

    Speaker: Sean Williams

    Book: Ephesians

    As we age, time seems to move at a faster pace. And further, in this day and age, how much of our time is dominated and wasted by distraction? Join us to hear how to make the best use of our time each day in honor and glory to the Lord.

  • 4 July 2021

    Speaker: Joel Leininger

    Book: Ephesians

    Join us on this 4th of July as we gather not to celebrate political freedom but to worship Jesus, for his complete work on the cross, and our God & Father, for adopting us as co-heirs with His Son. Through Jesus’ work we have not only been justified, but we have been made heirs with Him, members of His family. Through Jesus’ saving work God didn’t just save us back to a neutral state, he vaulted us to an elevation high above our station — we have gone from slaves to heirs. In being a child there are rights, privileges, and freedom to live secure in the knowledge of our Father’s great LOVE for us and desire to have a relationship with us. Listen to hear more!
    View on the FRBC YouTube channel or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_OM8sju-XU

  • 27 June 2021

    Book: Hebrews

    Today we consider Him, Jesus, the greatest hero of the faith, and learn about how we, too can run the race of faith with endurance. We can get MORE excited as we run the race, over years and through trials, as we grow deeper in our faith and understand more fully the joy set before us!

  • 20 June 2021

    Book: Haggai

    Join for the third week in our series, “The Second Year of Darius.” Two men, young and old, share a zeal to rebuild the Temple – continuing in our series, we see evidence in God’s Word how generation to generation the purposes of God prevail. We also see from the Old Testament to the New Testament the questions are the same but the answers in Jesus Christ are completely different! How do we go from unclean to clean? What makes the change from uncleanliness to blessing is a NEW DAY in Jesus Christ. Listen to find out more.

  • 13 June 2021

    Book: Haggai

    Join us for the second week in our series, “The Second Year of Darius”. Look back with us and then look forward to see the continuance of God. Haggai refers to the prayer Solomon prayed for Israel and then we look ahead to the greater work Jesus came and finished which made us, believers, living stones in the Church – we are the temple in which God delights.

  • 6 June 2021

    Book: Ezra

    Join us for the first week in a new series, “The Second Year of Darius”. This week we are introduced to the culture and timeline and look at 2 important people during this time – Haggai and Darius. This was a time of RENEWAL when the temple was first rebuilt after Solomon’s temple had been destroyed and the Israelites cast out of Jerusalem. The events which led to this moment are important and impactful for our Christian walk today. Listen or watch to find out why!

  • 30 May 2021

    Book: Romans

    There are moments that impact our lives and, for some, move people on to their eternal journey – for better or for worse. We can see practical examples of God’s nature, in the physical surrounding around us, to help us understand difficult concepts and truths which show us who He is, designed to reveal himself to us and teach us about Him. We can secure our trust and faith in Him so that we can spend eternity with Him – in light rather than in darkness.

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