FBC Ft. Thomas: Honoring the Past, Living in the Present

by Micah Spicer, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Ft. Thomas

In Northern Kentucky, folks associated with FBC Fort Thomas are excited about what God has done and what God is continuing to do in the life of the congregation.   One hundred years ago a group of Christians committed to worshiping God and serving others organized and established First Baptist Church.  To praise God for His abiding hand of leadership, as well as to commemorate the men and women who devoted their lives to the work of the church, First Baptist Church of Ft. Thomas invites you to its 100th Anniversary Celebration on September 20th, 2015.  Please share our activities which begin with morning worship at 10:45 a.m., followed by a catered meal at noon, and culminating with a special service at 2 p.m. honoring one hundred years of faithful service. 

The congregation considers it an honor to follow in the footsteps of dedicated saints.  Moreover, we are grateful for the traditions and values that have been handed down to us.  While we honor the past, we know that we do not live in the past.  As Mordecai challenged Queen Esther:  “And who knows whether you have not come to the kingdom for such a time as this,” we are challenged today with the same question.  Has God called us to be his servants here and now?  Does He have a plan and a purpose for our congregation moving past 2015?   Because we know the answer to both these questions is yes, we will spend September 20th honoring our past, while realizing that on Monday morning, September 21, we will emulate their work by planning for the future!

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