FBC Richland
Sunday Worship 2-11-24
Welcome to FBC Sunday Worship • Main Session: 9:30 AM • Breakout Sessions @ 11:00 AM • FBC Food & Family @ Noon • Worship with us • Grow with us • Serve with us •
Locations & Times
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  • FBC Richland
    1107 Wright Ave, Richland, WA 99354, USA
    Sunday 9:20 AM

Weekly Connections

Click here to view Weekly Connections, which contains announcements, information about what's happening this week, song lyrics (including a printable version), and more!

https://fbcrichland.net/weekly-connections/

ChurchCenter App

There is so much info in the app! You can even "use" the app on the computer with this link. Grab a card at the Connect table with instructions on how to install the Church App. If you have any questions, please contact Sheryl or Tami. We are happy to give you a hand.

https://fbcrichlandwa.churchcenter.com/home

Downloadable Study Guide

Grab a study guide from the table at the entrance to the Chapel, or click here to download one.

https://fbcrichland.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/GreaterWorksStudyGuide.pdf

More Resources

Find more online downloadable resources here

https://fbcrichland.net/resources/
Main Session

Greater Works: Week Twenty-one
Pastor Tim Walker
…a single moment to make Jesus relevant today
Luke 22:31-32
“but I have prayed for you”

1 John 4:4
Hebrews 7:25
Hebrews 9:24
1 John 2:1-2
Luke 22:31-32
“And when you have turned again, strengthen your brothers”

2 Corinthians 1:3-11
Luke 21:29-36
Revelation 14:6-7
other scriptures that come to mind
general questions to ask of any text

What does the passage say?
Key words/phrases?
Major theological terms?
Commands?
Promises?
Difficult words/phrases?


What does the passage mean?
Context? (never interpret less than a paragraph)
How would the original hearers receive this?
Key word definitions?
Parallel Biblical teachings?
Can you communicate the point of this passage in a simple phrase?


What must I do in response?
How does this truth apply to my fellowship with God?
How does this truth apply to strengthening my faith?
How does this truth apply to my commitment to church?
How does this truth apply to serving my family/community?
What steps do I need to take to implement these applications?
(Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based Goals)
What is a missional conversation nugget to discuss with family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, etc.?


To whom will I be accountable? (reach out and ask… follow up)
The Christian life is designed to be transferred relationally and journeyed together. “Rope in”– brother to brother and sister to sister – on a weekly basis so that together we can draw near to God and join him in his kingdom work.
This is an exploration – commit and prepare for a long and rewarding journey.
To continue the conversation, email Pastor Tim at t.walker@fbcrichland.net

Give Online

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https://fbcrichlandwa.churchcenter.com/giving
Breakout Sessions at 11:00 AM and Potluck at Noon
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Book of Genesis
with Paul Eslinger – An interactive bible study, open to youth and adults
- Meets in Room 303

Questions About Life
with Alan Zacher - Looking to God together for real, practical answers to tough questions. Open to youth and adults
- Meets in Room 101

Engaging God's Word: Daniel for ladies
with Stacy Mouat - An in-depth study of Daniel, where you will learn that God is both independent and intimate, and you will engage with what such profound truths mean in your life. Please sign up in the app for more information: Home> Connect> Events. You will also be able to access group resources and messaging that pertains to this Breakout Session. Don't worry if you can't make it every week; come to as many sessions as you can. Open to ladies 16 and older
- Meets in Room 307

Praying the Bible
with Jen Frater – Tired of praying the same old things about the same old things? Learn from Prof. Donald S. Whitney how to pray using scripture as your guide. We will read the short book “Praying the Bible” over 3 weeks and learn to lean on the scriptures to build a more robust prayer life. This Breakout Session will begin on Sunday, February 11 and continue for 3 weeks, ending on February 25. Open to youth and adults
-Meets in Room 305

FBC KIDS BREAKOUT SESSIONS
At 11:00 AM, we have Breakout Sessions for all ages of FBC Kids!
These Breakouts include a deeper dive into the Gospel Project lesson, snacks, and other fun activities. (Kids can remain in classes from the 9:30 hour)
• Newborn & Toddler
• Preschool & Kindergarten
• Grades 1, 2, & 3
• Grades 4, 5, & 6

FBC FOOD & FAMILY POTLUCK - NOON
Come join us on Sunday, February 11, at 12:00 PM in the MPR for some delicious pre-game appetizers and finger food! All are welcome to bring your favorite pre-game snacks. We will be providing meatballs and drinks for this gathering.