WHO’S RESPONSIBLE?

Text: Joshua 1:1-2; 3:1-6; 24:14-24

Introduction: Struggles/ Decisions/ Choices

I. Joshua 1:1-2

  • A. Change in Leadership
  • B. Styles of Leadership

II. Joshua 3:1-6

III. Joshua 24:14-24

Conclusion: We are responsible for our life choices and the witness we bear to the world.

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MOVING ON

This week Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy brings us to the Book of Exodus and talks to us about Israel leaving Egypt with Moses. He talks about life and how, like Israel, we’re sometimes stuck between the devil and the Red Sea. Pastor Gandy explains how important it is for us to pray, regularly, not just when we need something and reminds us to not always blame others when something doesn’t go our way.

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Text: Exodus 14:10-16

I. The Skeptics

II. Pharaoh’s Attitude: Exodus 14:5

III. A. Praying in Trouble: Exodus 14:10

B. Beware the Blame Game: Exodus 14:11-12; Philippians 4:8

C. Keep Your Eyes on God: Exodus 14:13

D. Trust God: Exodus 14:14

E. Stop Talking, Start Walking: Exodus 14:15

F. Do What I Tell You: Exodus 14:16; Acts 17:28; John 15:5; Psalms 42:1-2

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DRAW NEAR

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about losing our closeness to God, losing our awe of God and being too busy talking to God to hear him talking to us. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Text: Exodus 19:9-14; 20:18-23

I. Get Ready: Exodus 19:9-4

II. Don’t Be Afraid: Exodus 20:18-23

III. Why Fear:

IV. Points to Ponder:

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On October 24th and November 3rd, there will be a Grief Workshop at First Baptist Brooksville. The two classes being offered are “Surviving the Holidays” and “The Loss of a Spouse.” Workbooks will be $5.00. For additional information, please call their office at (352) 796-6791.

We only have 3 more weeks to collect items for the Operation Christmas Child boxes. Now is the time to start collecting the “WOW” items. We already have soccer balls and pumps for the older boys, and stuffed toys for the youngest children. We could use Matchbox cars, jump ropes, puzzles, games, yoyos, etc. The last day we can accept items is November 8th. On November 10th, we will be prepping the boxes for the packing party on November 11th.

Our monthly Food Pantry will be held on October 27 from 9:30am until noon. Last month, we were able to help 21 families and 57 people. If you would like to help, please see Meg or Joel Wissmueller. We are also collecting jars of peanut butter and jelly for October’s food pantry. If you would like to make a donation, please place your items in the plastic bin at the back.

In December we will be collecting for Lottie Moon. Your generosity transforms lives around the world. 

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Heavy Hands

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the importance of prayer life and how prayer life is critical to the winning of the battle. He tells us not to give up too soon and uses examples from the scriptures below to explain that sometimes we need others to hold our hands up.

Below is a prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon that you can watch or listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

We apologize for the crackling sound in the sound recording of the sermon and hope to have the issue fixed by the next post.

Heavy hands

TEXT: Exodus 17:8-16

I. Life is filled with struggle. V8

II. Nobody can do it all. V9

III. Where battles are fought. V10-11

IV. How to win battles. V12-13

V. The need to remember. V14

VI. Remember the rallying place. V15-16

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What’s in your hand?

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy covers parts of Exodus and Moses’ plight to follow God’s instructions right away. He talks about how we may sometimes struggle to do the same thing.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

 

 

 

Message: What’s in your hand?

Text: Exodus 4:1-9

I.  Moses’ Excuse Section.

A. Who am I? Exodus 3:10-12

B. Who are you? Exodus 3-14, 16

C. They won’t believe. Exodus 4:1-9

D. I’m not good at speaking. Exodus 4:10-12

II.  Lessons to learn.

A. Sin of Pride. Exodus 4:1

B. What’s available. Exodus 4:2

C. Need for obedience. Exodus 4:3-5

D. God is at work. Exodus 4:6-10

III. Two take away lessons.

A. Do I expect too little from God?

B. How willing am I to let God have me?

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We will be hosing our monthly Food Pantry this Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 9:30 am until noon. For additional information, please visit the Food Pantry page under the resources section of our site.

On February 12th, there will be a Valentine’s Day dinner and show. If you would like to attend, tickets are available for purchase now until February 5th for $5.00 each.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

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