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The Lord's Table at GfBC

Questions about the Lord’s Supper, or Communion, are nothing new to confessional and reformed churches. Our forefathers wrestled with many of the same questions we often receive, and in fact, the divines who wrote our Confession of Faith (2nd London Baptist Confession, 1689) included eight paragraphs to express the ...

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The Apostles: Faithful to Death

Was one of Jesus’ apostles really crucified upside down? Which apostle gave his name to a type of cross? Why does that cross appear on the flag of a great nation today? How many of the apostles became martyrs? Did any of them die natural deaths? The answers to questions ...

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Life's Ultimate Questions

Life’s Ultimate Questions Every human being who has ever lived or will ever live has asked, is asking or will ask four basic questions:Who am I? Why am I here? What is wrong with the world? and How can what is wrong be made right?While we may ...

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Adoption

At GfBC, we understand the responsibility that we have as Christians to care for the fatherless. God commands us in His word to, “Visit the fatherless...” and Matthew 28:19 says, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son ...

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Men's Book of the Month

Our men meet on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss reading assignments that have been given.  The books below are what will be discussed at each meeting. 2011 Lifestyle Evaluation November 2nd The Tragedy of American Compassion by Marvin Olasky December 7th How Can I Change ...

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FIC Ministry Model

Ministry to Families (D.E.F.E.N.D.) Families are falling apart all around us.  The divorce rate is at an all time high; The birth rate has plummeted to an all time low.  Children lack discipline and self control, and are falling away from the faith at rates ...

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Is the Church a Family of Families? Part 2

What We Are Trying to Say Perhaps it will be helpful to describe the origin of the term ‘family of families’ within the GFBC context.  As we were meeting to form the core group that would ultimately plant GFBC, we had a number of discussions about the distinctives of the ...

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Is the Church a Family of Families? Part 1

Any church that does not look like the ‘norm’ is always trying to explain itself.   This is a fact we know all too well at Grace Family Baptist Church.  We explain ourselves to those who visit us, those who call us trying to determine if it is a good idea ...

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The Regulative Principle of Worship

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Germany: Day 1

The Family Driven message is catching on.  We have heard from people around the globe who are reading Family Driven Faith and catching the multi-generational vision.  There have been requests to translate the book into Finnish, Spanish and Korean.  There have also been dozens of invitations to come and share ...

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