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We exist to extend love and hope to our community by taking the next step toward Christ together.
We believe that it is no coincidence that God has placed us here in the Natchez/Vidalia community.  We are not just here for social activities, we are here to fulfill His purpose, and we take this seriously.  We are a caring, loving church that wants to be a healing factor in people's lives.  The two main gifts that we wish to give to hurting, lost people of our community is that God loves them, and that there is indeed hope.

In Christianity, spiritual growth is a process of deepening one's relationship with God, aligning one's life with Jesus Christ's teachings, and embodying Christian values in everyday actions. It can be a gradual process, or it can involve significant stages of realization and change. It involves learning more about our beliefs, improving our behavior,  and becoming kinder and more understanding towards others.  June can be considered the perfect time for this kind of growth because it is the season for new beginnings and fresh starts.   There are many examples of people in the Bible who grew spiritually.  Moses was an important man who spent a lot of time talking with God and learning from Him; this made Moses a great leader who was wise and caring.  Even though David made mistakes, he always tried to come back to God and improve himself; his Psalms are full of prayers asking for help to become a better person.  Rahab was a prostitute considered righteous for what she did when she gave lodging to the spies and sent them off in a different direction; She grew to become a woman of great faith who believed in God's power and promises to his people.   Sooner or later we all hunger for better from ourselves and meaning in our lives.  We improve our lives when we grow to higher Godly ideals and we desire to grow spiritually beyond wealth, careers, pleasures, and power.  We also become more peaceful, happy, and fruit producing Christians.  Growth makes us more able and willing to help and to become better at being understanding of others.  June is a great time to focus on our spiritual growth. We can make the most of this season of renewal by personal reflection, prayer, studying, and making a commitment to improvement. This benefits not only us with a sense of purpose and satisfaction in doing something significant but we benefit the people around us and make a lasting impact on our community and our world at large.  The qualities we admire and want in ourselves are our values—wisdom, enthusiasm, creativity, integrity, courage, patience, and compassion, to name a few. The list is long and inspiring.  Imagine the kind of person you want to become. Pursuing spiritual growth will change you, no matter your age. Look at people you admire. People you know. People you have heard about. Real people. People in movies, books, legends, and history. Let these individuals spark your own imagination.

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President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, announcing, "that all persons held as slaves" within the rebellious areas "are, and henceforward shall be free." This did not free

the slaves in Union hands. This left one million slaves in Union territory still in bondage.  The Civil War ended in the summer of 1865. Union General Gordon Granger and his troops traveled to Galveston, Texas to announce in accordance with a proclamation (General Orders No. 3) from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free on June 19, 1865. June 19th would go on to be known and celebrated

as Juneteenth. 

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Juneteenth, June 19, 2024

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​​​SERVICE SCHEDULE
SUNDAY
9:30 A.M. - Sunday School

10:30 A.M. - Morning Worship


6:00 P.M. - Evening Service


WEDNESDAY

6:00 P.M. Classes

Celebrate Recovery

Every Thursday, 6:00 p.m.

Services Online

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Father's Day, Sunday, June 16, 2024


Welcome!

We believe that life is a journey and that the Christian life is a path of commitment and growth into an ever deepening relationship with our Lord and Savior.  This means a lifetime of steps taken toward Him in growth and maturity as a Christian.  We view it as our mission to encourage and aid one another in taking the next step toward Christ, both in our individual lives and as a corporate body - a deeper, more intimate walk with Him that really does change how we live our lives.

We are indeed a part of God's family and we draw strength, encouragement, edification and accountability from one another.  We believe the Bible teaches a relational theology, and that God's people are more than a sum of all the parts when Christ is at the center!

Youth Camp is this week (6/10 - 6/14)  Please be in prayer for all these

young people - many times

they are saved at camp.  Please also be in prayer for Bro. Robert, Ms. April, and the entire staff at Camp Dixon as they care for and minister to our campers and the other youth from across the state.

First Baptist Church,

Vidalia


Guiding Council Meeting,

Wednesday, June 12, 7:00 p.m.

The American flag & the Juneteenth flag

Testify Women's Camp Dixon Retreat

June 20 - 22, 2024      


Happy Father's Day in Heaven

A june bug on milkweed

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  Natchez, Mississippi

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 Romans 8:16