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Ash Wednesday

Posted by Rich Lubbers on

Ash Wednesday is not something I grew up with at First Baptist Church of Richardson, TX. It isn’t something that I think many lifelong Baptists grew up with, no matter if your life has been relatively short like mine, or if you’re a little further along the journey than I am. As such, ...

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The Sanders' Journey Through the Foster System

Posted by Pascha Sanders on

Carter and I always knew that we wanted to open up our home in some form to children in need. When we first married, we thought that adoption was the avenue that the Lord would use, but years passed and our family kept growing and our hearts slowly changed. 4 children later and that calling for ...

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Girls and Guys Night is coming!

Posted by Crystal Byrd on

Calling all girls and guys, first grade through university. It is only 2 days until our fun night out at the FLC and youth hall.    Guys, be ready for lots of snacks, games, gym time, and the usual ruckus with Rich and Chris at the FLC. Remember to wear something from your favorite ...

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Onward and Upward!

Posted by Clint Taylor on

We have started Upward basketball once again! We currently have 175 students signed up for Upward this season. Our games began January 9th and go through February 27th. We have 31 coaches this season and they are doing a great job teaching the players about basketball and about a relationship with ...

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Preparing for the Election

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

Do you remember the first day of college and the anxiety of sitting in a classroom with a new professor, new classmates and a syllabus that seemed impossible to accomplish in 16 weeks? The excitement, anticipation and fear of the moment were almost overwhelming, especially after the 4th or 5th ...

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Tags: election, politics, election season

WakeUpWeekEnd is coming!

Posted by Rich Lubbers on

WakeUpWeekEnd (or WUWE for short) is coming this weekend, and I couldn't be more excited! We are still taking signups, and would love it if you would help us identify more students who need to come and aren't yet signed up.  This weekend is Serve Weekend. What does it mean to live a ...

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Home for Christmas

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

One of the traditions of Christmas is traveling to be with family. Growing up an Air Force brat, I learned that no matter where we were stationed, we always found our way “home” for Christmas. Likewise, my wife and I make our way back “home” for Christmas each year, a task ...

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Lions and Pastors and Refugees, Oh my!

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

It had been a long, but rewarding week. I was leading in a pastors’ conference at Mt. Meru University near Arusha, Tanzania. Before returning to the U.S., we went on safari in the nearby Ngorongoro Highlands. We saw all the animals you would expect, including elephants, giraffes, and hippos. ...

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Through the Looking Glass

Posted by Chris Canary on

A murder mystery may not be the holiest of activities.   Still, it was the focal point of the University Ministry’s recent Alice In Wonderland themed Halloween party.    Roughly 30 students and sponsors descended on the Family Life Center’s craft room late ...

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Tags: university ministry

Grandma's Bible

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

One of the treasures I possess is The Living Bible that belonged to my Grandma Bessie. Grandma lived to be 99 and was a godly influence in my life and faith. She loved the Lord Jesus and she loved her church. As a boy, I loved to sit by her in church because her gentle hand would caress my arms ...

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