Merge and CB:youth focused on devotionals at the weekend. We all know how difficult it can be to set aside time to commune with God. The youth shared ideas and tips to help each other and we thought it might be good to gather your thoughts and advice on devotionals. Prayer Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving. Colossians 4:2 Write a prayer list/journal Regular routine Pray with others (WhatApps group with friends/coffee and prayer dates) Choose a time when…
CB:friends is a club for our more ‘senior’ folk and meet monthly for fun, fellowship and food. David heads up his fun and vibrant work. Watch the video below to find out more about CB:friends. If you’ve never been before it is on this week (13th April at 2:00pm) and alongside the tea & coffee there will be excellent musical performances.
Tammy is currently just over halfway through her degree at the Irish Baptist Bible College. To help you learn a little bit more about Tammy and how you can pray for her watch the video below. Next time you see Tammy at church say hello and ask her how it’s going. This Thursday (12th April 2018) is the open evening at the Irish Baptist College. Follow the link for more information.
Stephen heads up the UCB Prayerline in the church. Every week the team, made up of Christians from a few of the churches in Carrickfergus, man the phone lines to pray with people that call in. Listen to what Stephen had to say in his Meet the Leader video.
Here’s another new Meet the Members video. Over the next number of months, we hope this project will grow and help us all get to know each other better. Today’s video is one of our youngest members, Joel White.
Are you trembling with fear as you clicked on the Carrickfergus Baptist website today? Imagine a life where an association with Church could have catastrophic effects on your job, your family and even your life. Unfortunately, this life characterises that of the many persecuted Christians around the world. Those that could be beaten for possessing a Bible, risk confinement for attending church and face execution for their faith. Their life is a stark contrast to our comfortable Christian lives in…
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