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GFBC and Crossway Team Up For Missions

Lusaka, Zambia Grace Family Baptist Church has teamed up with Sola5 and Conrad Mbewe for several years.  GFBC has taken trips to the annual Reformed Conference in Lusaka and Pastor Voddie has been a regular speaker for the event. This year, the church was priviledged to partner with Crossway to ...

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July Walk in Truth Newsletter

  Walk in Truth Newsletter July 2011   In This Issue Featured Article Question of the Month Baucham Family News Event Update Family Discipleship Corner   Featured Article:  Catechism:  The Lost Tool of Family  Discipleship:  Part One,  by Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr. (From the upcoming book, Family Shepherds, due out in October from ...

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New GFBC Church Plant in North Houston (Part Three)

Although we have little doubt that there is a need for new church plants, we are not Naïve concerning the potential advantages and disadvantages of launching a new work.   As such, we are trying to walk into this endeavor with our eyes wide open.  We are also working hard ...

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New GFBC Church Plant in North Houston (Part Two)

The Need for New Churches Of all the options available to us --multiple services, bigger buildings, satellites, and church plants-- we have chosen to plant a new church. As stated in part one, it is not our contention that all of the other options are necessarily wrong in every circumstance ...

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New GFBC Church Plant in North Houston (Part One)

Word is out about the new GFBC church plant that is scheduled to launch January 31, 2010.  GFBC launched on April 7, 2006, just over three and a half years ago.  However, since then, we have seen significant growth.  Most of that growth has occurred in the past year.  A ...

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Important New Book

Paul Renfro, my fellow elder at Grace Family Baptist Church, has joined with Timothy Jones (editor), Brandon Shields, and Jay Strother to write a very important book.  Perspectives on Family Ministry, takes a careful look at the very important question, “How should the church organize it’s efforts to disciple ...

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Fuller Youth Institute: Right Questions... Wrong Presuppositions

By Matthew Hudson   Recently, editors of Leadership Journal, Marshall Shelley and Brandon O'Brien, interviewed the executive director of the Fuller Youth Institute at Fuller Theological Seminary and a former youth pastor, Dr. Kara Powell (Ph.D., Fuller). It was so refreshing and encouraging to hear them ask one of ...

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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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