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+ CONNECT [Jan/Feb 2010] 3 THE MAKING OF SOMETHING NEW Helping Hands Ministry When you look in the mirror, do you see Do you have a desire to help others? what God sees? Do you believe that he Join the Helping Hands Ministry as they has taken that which has been flawed, use their gifts to bless others in our blemished, and scared and recreating you community. into something very special? 8-9 SUNDAY NIGHT XTREME KICK OFF 4-7 ON MISSION Join us and find your place in this Mission Trip to Nicaragua awesome, fun-packed event for the A group of 14 from First Lubbock and entire family. From Bible studies to a mom Danbury Community Church travel to & tot fitness class, you're sure to find Matagalpa Nicaragua to work with First something you'll love! Baptist Matagalpa. A Life On Mission 10 FIRST LUBBOCK STUDIES Find out how First Lubbock is meeting the Discover all of the programming we have needs of others outside the walls of the for our church. There is a place and study church. for everyone in the family! Here you'll Preteens Make A Connection learn all about leadership Our Preteen's have made it an annual tradition of chartering the Trolley 11 CHURCH FAMILY UPDATES citibus to go Christmas caroling to our Birth Announcements, Baptisms, homebound Senior Adults. What an Professions of Faith, and more. awesome ministry! University Students Connecting With 12 MINISTRY & EVENT SPOTLIGHT The Unreached , See what our University Ministry is doing in their part in reaching others who do not know God. www.fbclubbock.org 2/ CONNECT_JAN/FEB 10 the making of something new “For behold, I create new heavens and a As pastor and staff, this is what drives our Our longest tenured staff minister, Randy new earth; and the former things will not be calling, prayers, and efforts every day and Holman, offers us a presence of steadfast remembered or come to mind. But be glad moment of our lives. We are fortunate to confidence in the arena of pastoral care and and rejoice forever in what I create.” have the quality of ministerial staff that the senior adults. His loving spirit is contagious Lord has assembled here at First Baptist. and models well the love of our Lord. Though Because we are so filled with regret and Each one is dedicated to the biblical Randy has been around long enough to say of guilt over past events or preoccupied with admonition of “equipping the saints for the every “new” idea—“been there, done that”— the obvious and not so obvious flaws of our work of the ministry.” The educational staff he never does, especially if it means having life, we miss out on the glorious promise of Scott Carlin, Jerry Ramirez, Bruce Venable, an opportunity to bring someone to the Lord of God that we are not bound by our past; and Randy Holman possesses the rare or to impact a life in a significant way. that God is in the process of making all combination of professional expertise and things new…even us; that we are a people devotional passion. As the Minister of Young of immeasurable worth and boundless Adults and Family Life, Scott, has brought a Beyond our age-grouped, education staff possibilities. I’m convinced that one of the much needed coordination and oversight to the ministerial staff is rounded out by Chuck most significant markers in our faith journey the various age group ministries represented Gartman and Keith Tyler. As Associate is that point when we see ourselves as God within family life—preschool, children, youth, Pastor for Leadership Development, Chuck’s sees us—a people created in his image; and young adults up to age 50. His strategic distinctive role is to help you discover the fearfully and wonderfully made; a people, savvy has already brought forth a number of leader that is within you. This position is a who, in the hands of the master Architect of much needed and effective changes within prototype necessitated by the recognizable all creation are themselves being made into a these various areas. In the months ahead, growing need in the life of the local church masterpiece of his eternal collection. we will also a number of new weekday to identify, recruit, and train leaders who can ministries unveiled that are designed to then identify, recruit, and train others. It is The story is told that Michelangelo’s greatest reach and minister to young families. only by this commitment to making disciples masterpiece, David, was created from a block and refusing to entertain consumers that the of flawed marble that had been rejected Jerry Ramirez, our Minister of Students decline of the church in western civilization by the Italian sculptor Donatello. Looking and Buckner Initiatives, and the newest might be stymied. Chuck possesses the beyond the obvious flaw, Michelangelo member of our ministerial staff, has, through gift-set to address this increasing need. I accepted it. He looked beyond the obvious his energy, love for students, and passion believe his work in this arena can become a flaw to something beautiful that recognized for the community impacted our church role-model for other churches. within; just waiting to be revealed. All that already. Jerry is diligent in keeping before had to be done was to chisel away that us what it is to be a missional people and which did not belong. Thus, in the hands of the many ways we can make an immediate As our Minister of Worship, Keith Tyler, an artist a masterpiece emerged. difference in the lives of those around us. desires for each of us a worship encounter of Jerry’s ministry is all the more challenging as such magnitude that it might be translated God has done and is doing something similar the 21st century idea of family, from which into a life of dedication and service to the with us. He has taken that which has been our students come, is becoming all the more One we worship. His heart respects all flawed, blemished, and scarred by the complex. ages in the life of the church and reveals a ravages of sin and is now recreating us in the sensitivity to the various genres of music that image of Jesus. And, yet, I wonder, do the Our Minister of University Students, might prompt our heart to worship. Each majority of us who name the name of Christ Bruce Venable, has brought a wealth of week he faces the challenge of creating and really believe it? When you look in the mirror denominational experience to the front lines planning two and three different worship do you see it? Are you convinced of it? That of the local church. David Gelernter, the experiences. This he gives himself to fully God is recreating you into something special eminent Yale computer science professor and joyfully. in spite of the flaws. and Jewish scholar writes of today’s college student, “They are empty—spiritually bone As a believer the most meaningful thing in dry—because no one has ever bothered to You will find each of these faithful servants life is to share with others the wonderful give them anything spiritual that is worth not just at church, but you will see them news that they are daughters and sons of having. Platitudes about diversity and in the hospitals and in the homes of their God; that God loves them and has plan and tolerance and multiculturalism are thin gruel church family praying, encouraging, and purpose for their lives; and that God desires for intellectually growing young people. Let walking with you as you face the challenges, to use them to impact the lives of others. the right person speak to them, and they will sorrows, joys, victories, and seasons of life. As a pastor, the most rewarding part of this turn back to the Bible with an excitement We recognize that God is recreating us, and vocational is to see, bit by bit, as people and exhilaration that will shake the country.” we are grateful to be a part of your journey as offer the canvas of their lives to the Master, Because of his love for and his desire to He is recreating you. For a new year and the the emergence of a masterpiece and the see transformation in the lives of university new possibilities that are before we join the discovery of the possibilities of what might students, Bruce is the “right person to speak prophet in saying, “we are glad and rejoice be as lives are lived in obedience to God’s to them.” forever in what the Lord is creating. Word…the chisel that chips away at that which does not belong. By Bobby Dagnel 4/ CONNECT_JAN/FEB 10 group of 14 from First Baptist and Danbury Community Church traveled to Matagalpa Nicaragua. Matagalpa is located in the mountains of Nicaragua. We worked with First Baptist Matagalpa. First Baptist Matagalpa is a church with a rich history started by Southern Baptist Missionaries over 60 years ago. This church located in a city of over 450,000 people has a heart for planting churches and reaching its city with the gospel. First Baptist Matagalpa helped plant a congregation 20 minutes from the city 9 years ago. That congregation has grown and has about 60 people. They have been meeting in a garage for the last 9 years. Our group laid the foundation and erected the steel necessary for a permanent structure for this church. The building will be completed by First Baptist Matagalpa this spring. This will allow this church to have a permanent structure with which to reach the surrounding neighborhoods. Our group not only did construction but also had the privilege of going into two schools and working and playing with the children and we were allowed to present the gospel to over 300 children. At night at three different mission points around the city, we showed the Jesus film. One location was in a community about 20 minutes from the city where First Baptist Matagalpa has established, a Sunday School that meets in a home with 60 regular attendees. Each night we showed the Jesus film we had 100 to 200 adults and children attend. In addition to church planting, evangelism, and children’s ministry our team was able to participate in the feeding ministry to starving children in the city. Through our Global Mission Offering our church provided $5,000 for the new church building and another $5,000 from various individual donations was given so that we could complete the facility. We saw over 25 adults accept Christ through personal evangelism and showing the Jesus film. JAN/FEB 10_ CONNECT/5 NOV/DEC 09_ CONNECT/7 By Jerry Ramirez A life on mission is meeting the needs Students and Adults from FBC Lubbock at Dupre Elementary. Thank you to Blue of others outside the walls of the church. served barbecue sandwiches and gave Bell Creameries and Market Street who On Sunday, November 22 following the thirty stockings out to children who donated the ice cream sandwiches. Night of Praise, the First Baptist Church are in junior high and participate in the family ministered beyond ourselves. mentoring program of the The Bridge of Medical Mission Trip Over 300 of the church family delivered Lubbock. the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal for Mission Trip to Nairobi Kenya, April over 125 families. In addition, through Kid’s Hope USA is not only making an 14-24, 2010 if you are interested in being the generous donations of FBC we impact to the 15 children that are being a part of this trip, please contact Jerry were able to help with an additional mentored each week by our faithful Ramirez at 747.8153 for more details. 75 families through Mission Lubbock. mentors, but we’re also reaching out If you are not in the medical field, Thank you FBC family because you were to the entire school. On Wednesday, this trip is open to you; there will be willing to give over 200 families enjoyed December 16 members of FBC delivered opportunities for you to serve as well. a Thanksgiving meal. an ice cream sandwich to each student The Preteens of First Lubbock have Our preteens experience the joy of an annual tradition of chartering ministering in a different and unique the Trolley citibus to go Christmas way and our Sr. Adults are blessed caroling to some of our homebound by our preteens who sing to them, Senior Adults who can no longer give them a bag of gifts, and most attend our church services because especially, share a hug and wish of health issues. This year was no them a Merry Christmas! One of our exception. Our preteens brought gifts preteens was overheard saying, "This to share with each person and led by makes my heart feel warm!" Yes, Brent and Velvet Hodges, the caroling it does, when we give of ourselves was the best ever! Philip Tay, one of to minister to others. What a great our preteen parents, did a great job lesson for our preteens to learn! of capturing this special event on his camera and sharing his pictures with by Pam Holman 6/ CONNECT_JAN/FEB 10 us. By Bruce Venable What a semester it has been! We baptized 8 students, students involved in small groups in apartments and dorms. averaged more than 300 in Sunday School, averaged more We renovated a house for a family, and fed the homeless than 400 in worship on Sunday’s, and had almost 200 weekly! One and one I could go… The short and thankful thought is this… God is faithful and is allowing us to connect with one of the largest concentrated unreached people groups in Lubbock… University Students! Spring means Missions! Spring Break Mission Trips feature Florida, California and Hungary. After finals we will send a team to Istanbul, Turkey and then into other destinations of central Asia where we will prayer walk and serve as English tutors to Muslim university students. Additionally, a team will dig a well in El Salvador. Listed below are some • Transportation—to and Randy Holman: Minister to opportunities to use your gifts from appointments 50+ Adults/Pastoral Care or interests to be "On Mission" (medical, grocery 806-747-1724 (office) in a tangible way! shopping, etc) 806-535-8253 (cell) • Assist in moving email@example.com • Fence and/or gate repair or • Painting houses (inside building and out) or • Trim shrubs and trees • Repairing vehicles • Change light bulbs • Light Plumbing repairs Andy Hedlund: Helping • Mow and/or clean up yards Hands Coordinator and flower beds If you would like to be a part of 806-792-0287 (home) • Transportation—to and this important ministry, please 806-438-8581 (cell) from church contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Extreme Jr. is all about fun BMX stands for Bible, Missions, Are you ready for something new and being a kid. It’s about Music and Xtreme Recreation - a as a preteen? Come experience relationships and sharing. And it’s ministry experience of exciting our new, fun, exciting, and high about discovering the best friend and fun activities to strengthen energy City Life Xtreme– created any of us can have-Jesus Christ. our worship to God. just for PRETEENS!!! It is like nothing you have ever done WHEN and WHERE do we meet? WHEN and WHERE do we meet? before! Join the fun!! It meets every Sunday evening BMX will meet Sunday evening from 5-7p.m. on the first floor of the from 5-7p.m. on the second floor WHEN and WHERE do we meet? Activities Building. For children Activities Bldg. - West Wing. For Sunday evenings from 5-7p.m. ages 0-5 (not in Kinder yet). Kinder—4th Grade. in the Preteen City Game Room – A-218—Activities Bldg. For WHO do I contact for more WHO do I contact for more Preteens Grade 5th-6th. information? information? Janet Donaway WHO do I contact for more Pam Holman email@example.com information? firstname.lastname@example.org Pam Holman email@example.com 8/ CONNECT_JAN/FEB 10 How can you get involved in the Worship Ministry team at First Lubbock? Simple. PARTICIPATE. We like to call it the “Ministry of Participation” where you simply walk through the doors of the Worship Ministry as we accept, love and join with you in participating in the worship process at First Lubbock. First Base – Be our guest at any of our worship opportunities Second Base – You could not get enough from your first visit and returned a second time! Third Base – Become an active participant in the Worship Ministry Home Run – Invite one of your friends to be YOUR guest at First Lubbock Ways to get involved Adults •Traditions Worship Choir – Wednesday Nights from 6-6:40pm in the Music Suite Adults—Come as you are to •Progressions Worship Choir – Sunday Night Xtreme and Wednesday Nights from 6:40 – 8pm in participate in the following the Music Suite community groups on Sunday Elevate is the FBC Student Ministry nights •Orchestra – Wednesday Nights Worship and Arts Team. This incredible, from 6:30 – 8pm in the Orchestra life-changing event meets Sundays 5-6 pm in the Rally Room of the Activities 5-7 pm: “Stone to Flesh” Ezekiel Suite Building, and is offered for all students grades 7-12. 86:26. Using us to transform •Band – Auditions required – contact others. Led by Scott Carlin and Worship Ministry Office at 747-7050 In order to give you the maximum Bruce Venable. opportunity to display your skills, we •Vocal Team – Auditions required, offer 12 Core Groups: contact Worship Ministry Office at 5-6 pm: Xtreme Grandparenting, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, led by Randy Holman. 747-7050 Bass Guitar, Drums, Vocals, Piano …students in these 6 core groups • Sunday Night Xtreme Activites are usually combined into several 6-7 pm: Traditional Worship •Prime Time Senior Adult Choir rock bands!! Service and teaching by Bobby Dagnel. – Wednesday mornings from 10:30 – Beginning Guitar, Beginning Drums, Media, Drama, Motion 11:30p in Music Suite (dance team), Painting •Media and Technical Production Contact: Experience what it means to live Scott Carlin – Contact Chris Crawford at chris@ a life Elevated! firstname.lastname@example.org fbclubbock.org to get plugged in For more info contact Grant Keith at email@example.com. JAN/FEB 10_ CONNECT/9 Same Direction: Discipleship Leadership Summit in an Instant Society." Make January 10 reservations by calling Kristin at 747-0735. 4:00-5:15 p.m. Lunch: $5.00 All FBC Leadership is invited to Book: $5.00 hear Jim Denison speak on the topic: “Faith Formation.” We will “Becoming A meet in Lowrie Hall. Contagious Christian” Communicating 5:15-6:00 p.m. your faith in a style that fits Age Group Leadership Training you! To the followers of Christ all over the world who will 6:00 p.m. confidently and compassionately Worship service with Dr. Denison reach out to family, friends, speaking Please check out the following and strangers with the Gospel studies to discover ALL of Message, which is “The Power of the programming we have for Leaders will not want to miss God For The Salvation of Everyone this excellent opportunity. our church. There is a place Who Believes…” Wednesdays , and study for everyone in the family! You can also visit our 6-7:00pm, Room E300C. This class New Member Orientation website www.fbclubbock.com to will run from January 13 – February & Training find articles, videos, and other 17th. documents about leadership If you have joined First Lubbock development and spiritual Cost $10.00 per person since September 2008, you health. Facilitated by: Randy Holman. will want to attend one of our orientations for new members. “Extreme Over 100 adults have joined “Connecting Grandparenting” since then and over 50 have Leadership, Faith, and An 8 week fun and interactive been through this orientation. We Life” Sundays, from 5:00- fellowship on ways to play a role in want you to understand what it 6:00 p.m. Classes will be January writing the history of a generation means to be a member of First 17, 24, 31, February 14, 21. This that will someday be in charge, Lubbock. class will be taught by Jewell including your own grandchildren. Davis. Sundays, January 17th – March “A Basic Ministry Strategy” along 7th, 5:00-6:00pm, room E300C. with “Staying Spiritually Healthy,” “Teaching for “Discovering What We Believe” Transformation: Moving Cost: $10.00 per person and “How You Can Get Plugged from Good to Great as a Facilitated by: Randy Holman In” are just some of the topics Teacher” Sundays from 6:00-7:00 we discuss. You will receive a p.m. Classes will be January 24, 31, “Just Walk Across the Room” letter of invitation in the mail. February 14, 21. This class will be A 4 week interactive Make reservations and plan to taught by Chuck Gartman. study on simple steps join us from 9:30-12:15 p.m., pointing people to faith! including lunch. Call Kristin at “Discipleship in an Wednesdays, February 24th – 747-0735 to make reservations. 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Permit No. 316 U.S. Postage PAID PRESCHOOL ministry PRETEEN ministry FIRST LADIES CONNECT GUYS MAIN EVENT This is a time of fellowship for ALL Saturday, February 20, 11:00 am – 1:00 ladies. This will be the second Thursday pm at Main Event, 6010 Brownfield Hwy. evening each month. January 14 – Orlando’s at 7:00 p.m. Please RSVP online to let us know how STUDENT ministry many seats to reserve! IGNITE STUDENT CONFERENCE February 11 – Scrapbook Night at the January 15-16. Church (Rally Room) 6pm-midnight. STUDENT/ADULT SKI TRIP Contact Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org March 16-19. Winter Park, Colorado. Cost or 776-0559 for more info. is $275 for students age 18 and below, MOPS $300 for adults 18 and over. Sign up by First Lubbock is starting a MOPS Nov. 1. For more info, contact the Student (Mothers of Preschoolers) group in Ministry at 747-1027. fbclubbock . 2201 Broadway . Lubbock, Texas 79401 January. MOPS is a time of fellowship for YOUNG ADULT ministry mothers. These monthly meetings will "STONE TO FLESH" take place on the first Thursday of each DISCIPLESHIP“ month from 9:30 to 11:45am on the third Sunday nights, beginning January 17 floor of the activities building. Childcare through February 14 from 5:00-7:00 pm, is available. Register online at www. led by Scott Carlin and Bruce Venable. fbclubbock.org/mops or in the preschool YOUNG ADULT VALENTINE hall. For more info, contact Rachel Riddle BANQUET Address Service Required at Rachel@fbclubbock.org. February 12, 6:30 pm. Cost $10. Register PLAY & CONNECT for childcare through Parents Night Out. Third Friday each month…a time for children to play and moms to connect. 10:00-11:30 a.m. January 22 at the house WOMEN'S ministry of Mandy Womble. February 19 - TBA. WINTER BIBLE STUDIES Look for more information online! The two year Precept study of Revelation “P31” of Jesus Christ to His People will resume exercise class will be happening on Tuesday, January 12, 9:30 on the third Fridays at 6am on the 3rd floor of the floor west of the education building. This GLOBAL MISSIONS ministry activities building. For more information is a study for men and women. Sherry MISSION TRIP TO NAIROBI, KENYA go to: http://www.p31fitness.com.or Anderson is the leader. The trip is planned for April 14-24, 2010. This will contact Jonna Byars @ Jonna.Byars@ BREAKING FREE be a medical trip but is open to those who may strollerfit.com. -a revised study by Beth Moore will not be in the medical field. Contact Jerry Ramirez MOM & TOT FITNESS CLASS begin on third floor west of the education at 747-1027 for more info. will be offered during Sunday Night building. Based on Isaiah 61:1-4, it uses Xtreme at 5:00. Scripture to help women identify spiritual PARENT'S NIGHT OUT WORSHIP ministry strongholds in their lives, no matter Important Worship Ministry Dates for Spring 6:30-10:30pm, January 15. Deadline to how big or small. The Wednesday night Semester: sign your child up is January 10. study will begin January 13 at 6:00 pm SUNDAY NIGHT XTREME February 12. Deadline to sign your child led by Karen Henderson. January 19th, (Sign-up January 3 & 10) up is February 7. 9:30 am the Tuesday morning study will MOM'S LUNCH January 17, 24, 31 begin, third floor west education in the January 12 from 11-1pm. Location has same location, led by Janis Buschman. February 14, 21, 28 changed to the 3rd floor of the Activities Tuesday morning childcare is available March 7, 21, 28 Building. by advanced reservation. Call Brenda for WORSHIP CHOIR/ORCHESTRA & PRIME EXPECTING PARENTS' DINNER childcare, 747-0281. Call the Women’s TIME CHOIR January 19, 6:30pm in the small dining Ministry office for information, 776-8358. Begin rehearsals Wednesday, January 6. room. If you are expecting, we’d like to MOTHER, DAUGHTER, FRIEND EASTER WEEK know! Please contact Rachel Riddle at TEA PARTY Friday Night, April 2, Good Friday Service at 6pm. Rachel@fbclubbock.org. February 6, 2:00 pm, in Lowrie Hall. Sunday Morning, April 4, Easter Morning Tickets are $4.00 and will be on sale in Celebration at 8:15am and 11am. the church foyer or office. Bring your Sunday Night, April 11, Worship Ministry mother, daughter, friend, or make a new presents “I AM” – A night of Celebration of the life one! of Jesus Christ!