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Pastor Post - March 30, 2022

Thank you all so much for praying for meduring my recent trip to India! I can't wait to tell you more about it on Sunday. Let me say this for now: I felt your prayers every step of the way. From beginning to end of this trip, the hand of God was on it. We had smooth travel with no delays, and were able to utilize time to the max. God is doing some amazing things in this wo...

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Pastor Post - March 23, 2022

Pray for me this week, as I will be in South Asia on a trip related to my service as a Trustee of the International Mission Board. As you read this, I should be on the ground, meeting with our missionaries, and getting to know national believers and church leaders. God is doing incredible things in this part of South Asia, with multitudes of people coming to Christ, and ou...

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Pastor Post - March 16, 2022

This Sunday we will look at John 16:16-33 as we talk about "The Way to Joy, Peace, and Courage." What a beautiful passage this is. Read over it and pray over it in advance of Sunday morning. This Upper Room series is such a wonderful preparation for Easter, which is coming soon April 17th. Be praying for that family member or friend that you will invite to meet you at c...

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Pastor Post - March 9, 2022

This Sunday we will dig into John 15:18-16:15, as we continue in our Upper Roomseries. This text is all about how "JesusPrepares Us For The Journey." We are all on a journey, a pilgrimage, as we walk through life. We are not home yetwe are on our way home. Along the way, we will face persecution. Jesus has much to say about that in this text. We also must be filled with t...

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Pastor Post - March 2, 2022

Dear FBC Family, What a precious time on Sunday, to look back on the last 10 years, and look forward to the years to come! Our decade as pastor and people has been blessed by the Lord. When God called us back to Suffolk, times were very difficult in our church family. Our church was hurting. The past decade has been one of healing and unifying around the mission our Lord ...

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