Masters men is Cancelled on March 21, 2020
Due to the ban on gatherings of 50 or more, we have been working on a creative way for Mission Bible Church to have the best "connection" in a increasingly disconnected time.
This weekend we are going to have services exclusively on the sermon stream at 9:30 am.
One hundred percent of MBCers (and any friends you invite) will be actively participating in the same worship music, the same message from God's Word, at the same time. With no one in the worship center, we are setting up the way we video the service with you at home in mind. I can't wait for you to see it! Additionally, we are going to have some ways that you will be able to interact from home.
Here's the crazy thing, last week over 2,600 devices and tv's tuned into the Mission Bible Church worship service. That figure is probably closer to 5,000 actual people catching the sermon on "Fear" in their homes around our area and country. That's bananas, folks!
God is using the limitations and challenges we have to gather to reach more people than ever and we are grateful to God for it!
You are not going to want to miss what we have planned for this Sunday at 9:30. Invite your friends by sending links to missionbible.church.
It is my conviction that the doors of the Church should never be closed to those who need prayer and Godly counsel. After you watch the Worship Service at home at 9:30, we will open the doors to the church for anyone who needs prayer at 11 am - noon. We will be able to more easily regulate how many folks are in the building at a time that way.
Church, every challenge is an opportunity for us to grow closer to Jesus and closer to the example of Jesus in our love for one another. Let's see this as our brightest hour of personal growth in our relationship with Christ and our greatest witness to the world around us.
We love you so very much and are intent on finding ways to serve you through the dark times we are in.
One Live Streamed Service on Sunday at 9:30 am
Drive Up Prayer on Sunday from 11am - noon.
Pastor Arol McFadden
M I S S I O N B I B L E C H U R C H