Sunday, March 22, 2020 – Reminder no SS; Worship via FaceBook Live

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Posted on : 21-03-2020 | By : wmb | In : Uncategorized

Link to FB Live page: FaceBook Live stream on FFS Church Family

Hello Fellowship Family.

For the next two weeks (3/22&29) at the least we will not be meeting for Sunday School, nor will we be meeting for worship service. However, we will be we will be streaming the worship service via Facebook Live on the FFS channel. Please join us.

We are also canceling our (3/25 & 4/1) Wednesday night fellowship time which includes meals, bible study and prayer meetings, for the time being.

All other activities and events on the calendar are currently on hold as well.

Updates are being posted on the FFS Church Family Facebook page. If you are not a part of this group please contact Linda Wallingford to join.

If you do not use Facebook please keep an eye on your email as we will also be sending out updates there also.

Please call me if you have any questions.

thanks m

A note from Pastor Jackson:

First, I want to remind us all not to allow fear to overtake us. One of my wife’s favorite verse in the Bible is: I Timothy 1:7 which says “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” While we should definitely be concerned about sickness, we also don’t want to give in to mass panic.

On another note, there is no greater time to do the following:

1. Pray for those affected this illness. Pray that the spread will diminish and decrease. Pray for healing and restoration.
2. Pray for awareness. Not just for safety and health reasons. But for inner and spiritual awareness that we are feeble men and women needing our savior- Jesus Christ who is the author, perfector and sustainer of our faith.
3. Pray for our government. From our President Donald Trump, his cabinet, our state and local government as they make hard decisions that effects us all.
4. Pray for Christian Missionaries on the forefront of this illness. Pray for safety and wisdom.
5. Pray for our health care workers who sacrifice and risk their lives everyday with very high risk exposure to this illness.

Blessings, Pastor Jackson

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