Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith. Colossians 2:6-7
Executive Spiritual Formations Pastor
Are you ready to take the Next Step? Whether you are a new member at Edmond’s First Baptist or have just been visiting. Come find out how you can connect and be a part of our Family of Faith.
This will be a time to learn about ministry opportunities, Connection Groups and have your questions answered, all in a relaxed environment.
Registration is encouraged but not required. We look forward to taking the next step with you.
Sunday, Jan 17 | 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM | Room 106B
Two class times are available. For help locating the class, stop by a Welcome Desk in the Main Foyer or ask any of the greeters located throughout campus.
Connection Groups are available at both times for your children:
Preschool, birth - kindergarten, meet on the first floor of the Children's Wing,
Kids, 1st-5th, meet on the second floor of the Children's Wing.
Students, 6th - 12th, meet in the Student Life Center which is on the second floor above Fellowship Hall.
Contact the Church Office which is available Monday - Thursday (except holidays), from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, at 405-341-0253.EMAIL US
As Christians, followers of Christ, we should follow Jesus command and example. In Matthew 28, Jesus said, “Go, therefore and make disciples of all nations…”
Go is easy enough. In this busy world, we are always going. Therefore – what is it there for? Because of what Christ did for us, paying the penalty of our sin by His death on the cross and resurrection, so we can have eternal and abundant life. We need to lead people to be followers of Jesus Christ, to make disciples. We do this by sharing how we began a relationship with Jesus and what a difference He makes in our life.
When we become followers of Christ, disciples, we become part of a family of faith. We fellowship with other believers, worship together, serve each other, and serve the community as well. Being together in fellowship, worship, and using our gifts is vital for the church to grow. This connection helps us grow in our faith and builds the unity of the church.
How do we grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? By reading His Word, listening to His Word, studying His Word, living it out in our lives, and teaching others to do the same. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are disciples and we are commanded to make disciples.
God’s Word says we are to Go, therefore and make disciples of all nations. We go across the street and around world to tell people the good news of Jesus Christ – He came to pay the penalty of our mistakes in order that our broken relationship with God could be restored. We do this through words and works.