First Baptist Church Keller
Serving God in a Strange Land: The Book of Daniel
Worship – June 28, 2020
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  • First Baptist Church Keller
    225 Keller Pkwy, Keller, TX 76248, USA
    Sunday 8:30 AM
    Sunday 8:30 AM
June 28, 2020
God Humbles a King
In Daniel 4, God humbles the greatest king on earth and then restores him to power. In the story of Nebuchadnezzar, we see God’s plan of redemption unfold.
Reading: Daniel 4:1-3

Holy, Holy, Holy

Reading: Daniel 4:4-28

O Father, You Are Sovereign

Reading: Daniel 4:29-33


Reading: Daniel 4:34-37

Praise My Soul the King of Heaven

Proclamation of God's Word

Time of Response: Take My Life And Let It Be Consecrated
III. The Interpretation (vv. 19-27)
IV. The Fulfillment (vv. 28-37)

Watch Live Stream

Livestream will begin at 8:30 a.m., June 28, 2020

Children's Listening Pages

June 28 listening pages for download
Altar Flowers
Flowers are placed to celebrate Chris Dougherty’s birthday by his wife.

Explore the Bible – June 28, 2020

Session 4The Choice All people have a choice to make: follow God or reject Him.PROVERBS 4:11-27Life is filled with choices. Hearing the truth demands a response to either embrace or reject the truth. We’ll discuss Solomon’s plea in Proverbs 4 to hear, obey, and not turn away from the wisdom of God as we gather together this week. I hope you’ll be part of the discussion. As you read Proverbs 4:11-27 and the session 4 comments in the Personal Study Guide, look for the contrasts between the two choices offered. How does Solomon describe the different results of the choices?
Health and Safety Policy Update
Effective Sunday, June 28, 2020
Pastor Keith shares the Executive Order of Tarrant County Judge B. Glen Whitley issued June 25, 2020, and outlines our health and safety policy that will take effect Sunday, June 28.

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Health and Safety Policy Update
Freshman 15 – 2020
The Freshman 15 Retreat is a powerful weekend full of all the things college freshman need to “pack” as they prepare to leave for college. Centered around the theme of packing a proverbial suitcase, the retreat is broken up into five sessions that mirror the five chapters of the Bible Study. In each session, Kate teaches senior girls what God’s Word has to say on real subjects, relaying personal experience and lessons learned as the Lord guided her through her own transition to college.
Students also participate in purposeful games and thoughtful journaling. They are encouraged to ask Kate questions and are prompted to spend time getting real with the Lord about their feelings as they anticipate becoming college students.
The Freshman 15 retreat is completely tailored to graduating seniors and college freshman. Active, exciting, engaging and girl-centered, girls not only receive powerful information at the retreat, but they also leave with tools that will help them journey to and through college.
Women's Summer Book Club
Books are available for $12 and can be picked up Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the church office.
This timely 12-week Bible study will provide the help you need to exchange your anxieties for godly peace and contentment.

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