'Sunday' tagged posts

No Shoes Required

Walking around barefoot is not something that we do very often in front of other people. It’s why that sacred, beautiful, yet challenging practice of our brothers and sisters known as the Primitive Baptists—that practice of footwashing—causes us to hesitate just a little bit. [button link=”http://auburnfbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/AFBC_Martin_20150222.mp3″]Download MP3 Audio File[/button] Youth Choir singing “God is My…

Youth Sunday

We value the children and youth of the church because they hold a particular place in our congregation. We surround them with the love of God and the wisdom of others so that in this place, they can experience grace, ask questions, foster joy, and develop compassion for others. [button link=”http://bit.ly/YouthSunday2014″]Download MP3 Audio File[/button]

Reflections

In a week, we will gather on the Lord’s Day on Sunday, February 23, as we do each week, to worship with one another, but on this particular day, we will gather around our youth in a particular way. It will be Youth Sunday, which is the day we invite the youth to lead in…

Get Up! · Meagan Smith

I wonder what that upper room, where the widows had gathered to mourn the loss of their friend was like. Did the scent of burial oils linger in the air, and did it call to their memories other moments of devastating loss? [button link=”http://auburnfbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/AFBC_Smith_20130421.mp3″]Download MP3 Audio File[/button]

Coming to His People

The first day of Holy Week is today, Palm Sunday. For Jesus it was a day of triumph. He effectively offered himself as a king—the messianic king—to his people in Jerusalem, and they received him as their king. [button link=”http://auburnfbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/AFBC_Humphreys_20130324.mp3″]Download MP3 Audio File[/button]

Wells, Women, and a Cup of Water · Terri Byrd

This past summer, our youth attended PASSPORT Choices in Wingate, NC. They spent the week learning about Life Together, and the importance of community. A significant part of camp each year is the Mission emphasis. Throughout the week the youth learned about the Water Crisis and what the organization Watering Malawi is doing to help.…

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