On August 4th Pastor Todd will begin this 5-week sermon series that is based on our Who’s Your One evangelism emphasis.
Join us each Sunday as we are challenged by the Word to identify one person you will commit to praying for seek to introduce to Jesus over the course of the next year. At the moment you may or may not know who that ONE person is, but the Lord does. Seek Him in prayer then act on His leading.
Let’s see what great things He will do in our church and for His kingdom as we surrender every evangelistic action and effort we make to His will and sovereignty.
TO GOD BE THE GLORY!
Who’s Your One?
Imagine if every believer could answer that question with the name of a person who is far from God—a person for whom they’re praying and with whom seeking to share the gospel. That’s the intention behind Who’s Your One. We believe God’s people don’t merely need another method for evangelism— what they need is a white-hot passion to see people who are far from God experience the new life He offers through Jesus Christ.
Staring August 4th, our church will prioritize personal ownership of the Great Commission as we each intentionally pursue one person with the hope of the gospel. At times, it seems the mission is simply too complex and too vast for churches like ours and people like us. While we can’t do everything, we can do something. We can all take responsibility for one. And, because of God’s power and the work of His Spirit, each of our ones can add up to make a significant impact for God’s kingdom.
Get the YouVersion bible app on your mobile device to view and follow along with a 30 day prayer guide. Download the app here:
Here’s how you navigate to the plan inside the app:
Install the app, tap the word Plans at the bottom then the magnifying glass icon at the top right, fill in the search field with Who’s Your One, tap Search and it will be the first plan in the results field.
Beginning August 7th, Wednesday evenings at HFBC provide a time to enjoy a midweek spiritual boost!
Enjoy a wonderful meal and connect with others in our church family! Fellowship Meal service begins at 5:00pm in the fellowship hall (Adults and students $3, Children $1, or Family discount $10).
Classes begin at 6:00pm and we have something for everyone!
The Pastor’s Class (New Book Study) Sanctuary
Join Pastor Todd as he begins a new 11 session study of Basic Christianity by John Stott! John Stott’s clear, classic book, examines the historical facts on which Christianity stands. Here is a sound, sensible guide for all who seek an intellectually satisfying explanation of the Christian faith.
Agents of the Apocalypse (David Jeremiah Study)
Hispanic Worship Center
Are we living in the end times? This study explores the book of Revelation through the lens of its major players & opens each chapter with a Biblically engaging dramatization that will bring prophecies to life as never before with David Jeremiah. He explores some of Revelation’s most cryptic passages, explaining how to interpret them & how they apply to the forces at play in the world today. Join Joel Stocking and discover the events that will precipitate earth’s final days.
Join this group of seasoned prayer warriors as they spend time in prayer for the ministries of our church, staff, missional partners, the sick, & the lost of our community. Each week’s prayer time is followed by a short time of Bible study. Facilitated by Mary Lois Judy and other leaders.
Pre K – K
• Choir (3’s, PreK and K) begins at 5:45 p.m.
• Mission Friends (babies – K) 6:15 p.m.
Children (Grades 1-5)
• Choir – 5:30 p.m.
• Bible Blast – 6 p.m. Room 311 and 312
• Bible Study
• Small group
We’re so pleased you’re interested in membership at
Henderson’s First Baptist Church!
Our new member class and luncheon is designed to help you joyfully engage in the mission of the church. During this class we will discuss the blessings and responsibilities of church membership. We will help you identify your spiritual gifts, find a Sunday School class that is right for you, and explore options that will allow you to experience the blessings of serving in the church. “First Steps” is your opportunity to get plugged in.
Be sure to pick up your First Steps Devotional at the Connection Center or church office and begin working on it before the day of the class.
The devotional is also available online HERE.
You can also complete the Discover Your Design Assessment prior to attending the new member luncheon. You can download the assessment HERE.
We’re looking forward to the opportunity to get better acquainted with you and your family!
Whoo-hoo! Vacation Bible School is fast approaching and everyone at HFBC is working to make this the best VBS yet!
In The Wild is our theme this year and we’re going to introduce your child to the wild animal kingdom by seeking out exotic creatures like elephants and egrets, polar bears and penguins, cockatoos and crocodiles. But most importantly we’re going to introduce your kids to the greatest kingdom of all… the kingdom of Jesus Christ.
Our theme verse this year is from John 20:31 that says: “But these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” And with that we’ll be exploring all kind of snapshots of Jesus in Scripture.
So strap on your camera and buckle your seatbelt as we “Zoom in and Focus on Jesus!”
VBS is June 10-14th from 9am-Noon and is open to children having completed Pre-Kindergarten – the 5th Grade!
The 2019 VBS is just around the corner! We’ll be adding more to this page as the time draws near. Stay tuned!
Interested candidates contact Pastor Todd Linn here: email@example.com
Job Description, Worship Pastor 2019
To provide pastoral leadership to the worship ministries of Henderson’s First Baptist Church, developing generations of God-glorifying disciples who make disciples.
The Worship Pastor is responsible to the Senior and Executive Pastors who will supervise, evaluate, and provide a report annually to the personnel committee.
General Staff Responsibilities
- Attend weekly staff meetings
- Weekly hospital visitation
- Weekly attendance to and participation in all church functions
- Team spirit in working with and leading other staff members
- Other duties as assigned
An authentic growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Consistently committed to Bible reading, study, prayer, and sanctification as a Christian in all of life.
Sound biblical theology whose understanding of the gospel shapes and guides worship decisions and selection of music.
Servant leader who demonstrates genuine humility as evidenced by the ability to listen to and work with people from all walks of life, leading worship teams with zeal and skill.
Qualifications / Expectations
Minimally, a BA with theological training and experience in biblical worship. MDiv in worship leadership is ideal.
Minimum three years of significant part-time worship leadership experience. Experience in a wide variety of worship style environments is especially helpful.
Significant skill and gifting in both singing and in playing at least one primary instrument that can be utilized in leading congregational worship.
An understanding of the rudiments of music and music theory, including how different instrumentalists work together effectively is required. Some preference will be given to candidates who have skills in playing a variety of instruments.
Missional spirit that desires to make God’s glory known.
Desire and ability to lead through a variety of musical styles, songs, readings, and prayers used in worship services.
Technical skills (or the ability to learn how) to utilize a wide variety of equipment including computers, sound systems, video projection equipment and software, digital audio recording, etc.
Commitment to ongoing personal training/learning/understanding of worship leadership in a changing culture.
Excellent references that can testify not only to skills and leadership ability but also to biblical character and love for the Word.
Lead the congregation and worship teams to use their voices and instruments to worship God consistently and effectively.
Fulfill the role of lead worshiper in all regularly scheduled worship services, developing others to lead in this role as well.
Provide vision for all areas of worship ministry, teaching and reviewing the biblical philosophy of worship.
Recruit, train, and organize all instrumental, vocal and technical (audio/visual) worship members. Lead worship teams to develop additional teams and members.
Utilize a team approach in developing volunteers who can use their gifts in writing and planning gospel-saturated worship services.
Plan and communicate worship services and schedules well in advance, implementing a system of follow through for benchmarks: one week out, one month, etc.
Provide pastoral care to those in worship ministry, leading them to connect to total church life and ministry including Sunday school.
Grow by observing, reading about, studying and conversing with other successful worship leaders, building contacts and relationships with local musicians for both evangelistic and recruitment purposes.
Set annual goals for the worship ministry that are in line with our vision, evaluating how those goals were attained or modified during the year.