Skunk Attack

I laughed until I cried. One of the reasons I enjoy visiting face to face with people is the fact that I never really know what is going to happen. I had stopped by to express my concern and pray for a man whose sister had died a few days earlier. Someone had left a message on the church phone, informing me of the loss. I went to see my friend.

Earl and Joyce always gladly welcome me into their home. Many years ago I learned that he shared my passion for quail hunting and Brittany bird dogs. He and Joyce also share my love for Jesus. What faithful servants of the Lord they have been and continue to be. Earl will be 90 years old next month.

As he shared the details of his sister’s death, he mentioned that she had been sick for some time and now was in a better place. It was time, and she had been prepared. He and Joyce had God’s peace that passes understanding. At that point, Earl radically changed the topic of our conversation.

“I was attacked by a skunk!” He went on to explain that the past Wednesday, as he was hooking up the hose on the south side of the house, he felt something hit him in the leg. He looked back to see a skunk staring at him. He kicked the skunk as hard as he could, assuming that the stinky thing would get out while the getting was good. He assumed wrong. The skunk made four different runs at Earl, only to be met with the shoe that eventually went in the trash. Finally, the skunk headed east, looking back over his shoulder, as if to say, “I will return.”

In the aftermath of the skunk attack, Earl ended up in the ER, and began a series of rabies’ shots. He threw away his other shoe as well as his jeans. The skunk only sprayed a little, which was more than enough. Earl tried to get away, but the skunk had him cornered between a tree and a bush. He had called for Joyce, but she did not hear him. Everything Earl said was said with a smile on his face. He was hamming it up, and I was enjoying every word. I went home refreshed because I had laughed with Earl.

Life is 10% circumstance and 90% attitude.

LOL, Earl


FBC Happenings


  • This Sundays Sermon “Naomi and Ruth” Ruth 1:14-22
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each 

New Member

Macey Barger

Rolling Dice and Making Disciples

We cast lots. I had never done so before. Well, let me confess that there was the semester during Jr. High when my friend “Huck” showed me how to shoot craps during down time while we served as library aids. We never rolled for money, but I did learn how the game was played. Also, through the years I have rolled many a dice while playing board games, bunko, and farkle.

The lots we cast in our D-Group was the first time I have ever done so in church for a specific purpose. Our group had grown large enough to form two groups. Brandon Lucas and I attended a roundtable for D-Group leaders and became convicted that we should form two groups from the one, making room for more men to participate and develop as disciples of Jesus. As we left the Sunday night meeting, Brandon said, “I will bring the dice in the morning.”

He did. All nine men present discussed the possibility of creating two units out of the one. Everyone was in agreement that we should do so. Each of those men has a heart for God and wants to make as many disciples as possible. I love them all and feel so comfortable with them. My comfort was not the main issue under consideration. Brandon established the rules and passed one die to his left. Those who rolled an odd number would be in one group. Those who rolled an even number would be in the other group. When the rolling ended, four were in the even group, and five of us were in the odd group. No comments, please.

We spent the rest of the hour discussing Scripture and life like we do every Monday morning. We laughed, and we encouraged, and we prayed. When we exited to face another week, we wished each other well. The following Monday we met in adjacent rooms that had room to reach more people. If you are a man looking for a D-Group, let us know. We meet in the main building fellowship hall on Mondays at 6:00 a.m. We created room for you!

Go and Make Disciples, Earl


FBC Happenings

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  • This Sundays Sermon “Eli and Samuel” I Samuel 3:1-21
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each 

He is Risen Indeed

The significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead cannot be overstated. Without His resurrection, Jesus would have been no more than a delusional religious leader, filled with false opinions about Himself and everything else. If He had not been raised from the dead, Jesus would have no reason to be followed and trusted more than any other religious leader. The apostle Paul went so far as to state that if Jesus has not been raised our faith is futile, and we are still in our sins.

So, has Jesus been raised from the dead? Did Jesus really die on Calvary’s cross and then come back to life on the third day? The evidence in the New Testament certainly testifies that He did. Wishy-washy apostles became unafraid of anything the authorities could do to them. Many gave up their human lives because they would neither recant their allegiance to Jesus nor cease telling others about Him. They knew they had a better home with Him in heaven. He lived after He died. So would they.

Transformed lives fill the New Testament and surround us today. Those lives were and are changed because of the power of the living Jesus within. Any and all people whom Jesus occupies become more and more like Him because He lives within them. He couldn’t do this if He never came back to life. I remember the old hymn that asked and answered the question as to whether Jesus is really alive. “You ask me how I know He lives? He lives within my heart.”

I have been a Christian for 56 years. I have been reading and studying the Bible for most of those years. The more I consume the Word of God, the more convinced I become of the reality of who Jesus is and all that Jesus has done and will do. My devotion to Jesus is not a leap into the dark, but a basking in the light of His truth. I am not an exception. I am the norm of all who truly know Jesus as Lord.

Easter is when we celebrate not only the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, but also the resurrecting of our own sinful selves from slavery to sin and death and fear. Up from the grave He arose! Because of His triumph, we live!

He is risen! He is risen indeed! Earl


FBC Happenings

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  • This Sundays Sermon “Raised From The Dead” I Corinthians 15:12-20
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each 

New Member

Michael Sterbach

We Made It!

“We made it!”

This was the joint celebratory declaration we stated at the conclusion of a recent staff meeting. We were referring to the past year that was filled with unprecedented challenges. We realize that things have not returned to “normal,” but they are so much better than they have been in a very long time. At least, it seems like it has been a very long time.

We learned to live and serve spontaneously. Everything was up in the air from week to week. We made all worship online, then made it in-person again. Then, we went online again, before coming back to the church at the beginning of January. We communicated over the internet through our website and utilized You Tube. We made lots of phone calls and developed a weekly post which we called the “Community Connection.” We didn’t always remain connected, but we sought to do so.

Thank you so much for your ongoing support through the entire year. I can’t tell you how it thrills my soul to look out and see so many of you in worship every Sunday morning. You did not get out of the habit, and you are not opting to watch the livestream when you are able to come to church. Your physical presence encourages all of us. Thank you for making the effort to be here. I am elated that you have pushed through and are now coming to church.

I will continue to smile and wave, as one of my friends advised me to do a few months ago. If you aren’t comfortable coming back to church yet, I understand. If you continue to watch online, know that I am still your pastor. Contact me if you need me. Our calendar is full of activities for the summer. We are all excited about what we will be able to do this year that didn’t happen last year.

When I updated my visitation list from last year, I noticed at least four names whose funerals I preached or attended. I was reminded of the painful realities that occurred during the pandemic. I preached 30 funerals during 2020. Many of us are still grieving the loss of those we love. By the grace of God, we will make it through. How blessed I am to remain your pastor in 2021. We made it!

Onward and Upward! Earl


FBC Happenings


  • This Sundays Sermon “Triumphant Living” Mark 11:1-11
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each 

Last Women Standing

They stayed until they could stay no more. The three women remind me of those who stand beside their loved one’s open casket for an extended period of time at the end of the funeral. They want one last look. They can’t believe the one they love is headed for the cemetery. They know death has happened, but find it hard to say goodbye. Mary, Mary, and Salome knew they needed to leave, but they could not bring themselves to go.

From a distance they watched as the crowd cleared away from the crosses on top of the hill. Those who earlier had shouted and jeered had grown silent during the darkness that began at noon and lasted three hours. Most of them left as soon as they could see to travel. Soldiers showed up and broke the legs of the thieves on either side of Jesus. They opted to thrust a spear into Jesus’ side. The women wept as they accepted the reality of Jesus’ death.

It had been a grueling day. They had watched as the One they followed and supported and loved underwent unjust punishment and a torturous death. Watching the events of the day exhausted them. Accepting the end of their hope devastated them. He was the One they had believed to be the Messiah promised by the prophets. The miracles He worked and the demons He removed all pointed to the reality of His divinity. Now He was dead.

Now they were confused. Now they were broken-hearted. Now they were scared. However, they were there! Their love for Jesus would not let them leave. The plot thickened as two Pharisees came and removed the body of Jesus from the middle cross. They watched Joseph and Nicodemus prepare the body of Jesus for burial. They followed as the two men carried His body and laid it in a nearby tomb. The women planned to bring more spices later. They noted that a huge stone was rolled across the entrance of the tomb. They planned to return anyway.

The setting sun cast a red glow across the land. What they considered to be the elimination of their hope was actually the establishment of hope for everyone. The blood Jesus shed paid in full for the sins of the world. The blood Jesus shed made forgiveness possible for sinners.

It still does, Earl


FBC Happenings

  • This Sundays Sermon “Onward and Upward!” Acts 14:1-20
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • GriefShare – this Sunday, March 21 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • D-Group Leaders Roundtable – this Sunday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. in the FLC
  • Membership Matters Class – Sunday, March 28 at 10:30 a.m. in the Choir Room
  • Good Friday on Wednesday – Wednesday, March 31…..Dramatic Monologue and Observance of The Lord’s Supper during The Gathering at 6:30 p.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.

Under Construction

Did you notice the roll off dumpsters in the west parking lot? We are officially under construction. Many months ago the church approved a renovation project to add a huge meeting room in the children’s department on the second floor. The room will be located directly above the choir room. To create the room for children, a concrete floor is being constructed above the choir room. The project is being funded with money from the capital improvement account, as recommended by the Stewardship Committee.

Once the project is completed, the choir room will still seat the same number of singers but with a shorter ceiling. Rehearsals will be conducted as effectively as ever. We are excited about the prospects for choir that are coming with the plunging coronavirus numbers.

The increased space on the second floor will allow for large groups of children to meet together to sing and learn and play. The actual use of the space will be determined by the children’s leadership. The space will accommodate growing numbers of children on Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings. Reaching children is an essential part of reaching families. I am glad that we can intentionally provide space for growth.

Most members of First Baptist Church have never been in the choir room or in the children’s department on the second and third floors of the main building. That is why I wanted to update you on what is going on. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we continue moving forward as a church. This has been a year like no other during my tenure as a pastor. Thanks for the grace you have shown to me and the rest of the staff. We feel fortunate to serve with you.

Some things will never return to the way they were. I am fine with that. Life keeps changing, yet God remains faithful. Once the pandemic is fully behind us, there will be some people who may never return to First Baptist Church again. However, there will be others who have never come before who show up in mass. God will use the world’s emphasis upon physical death to convict people of their need for a Savior. One friend told me, “If this year doesn’t convince you to get your life in order, nothing will.” What a great insight.

I love you, Earl


FBC Happenings

  • Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday, March 14. Turn your clocks forward one hour on Saturday evening.
  • This Sundays Sermon “The Message of Salvation” Acts 13:14-52
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • GriefShare – this Sunday, March 14 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • Deacons’ Meeting this Sunday, March 14 at 5:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
  • It’s Spring Break next week…..NO TeamKIDS on Wednesday
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.

New Member

Peyton Davenport

Always Ready

This year I qualified for my senior citizen’s lifetime hunting/fishing license. Since I will turn 65 in July, I only had to pay $25 to secure a license that will keep me legal for the rest of my life. Most likely, the state feels like they won’t be out too much money, since many people my age don’t hunt or fish very much. I plan to cost them by continuing to go for many years to come.

I have purchased a hunting license every year since I turned 16. I realized many years ago that I should have gotten a lifetime license early on, and I would have saved a lot of money. By the time I realized what I should have done, I did the math and was better off to just buy a license each January. I have never missed a year buying my license.

The year I turned 16 I purchased the license near the end of the year. I did so to keep my word to a Game Warden who was waiting for my dad, my uncle, and me when we came back to our truck. It was parked on the road beside a half-section we were hunting north of Granite. By the time I turned 16, I had already been quail hunting for a few years. No license is necessary before turning 16.

I still remember my uncle Philip speaking first to the Warden. He said, “You don’t want to count these few birds, do you?” The limit for quail is ten per day, and we obviously had way under our allowed quota. The Warden said he only wanted to see our licenses. Daddy and Philip pulled out their wallets and retrieved theirs. This was not the first time they had been checked.

When the Warden looked at me I said, “I don’t have one.” I explained that I had been hunting for years and never needed one and had not thought of it this year. My honesty must have impressed him because he opted to not write me up as long as I went and bought a license asap. I promised and have been keeping that promise for 48 years. I have never been checked again.

However, I was always ready. I hunted without fear of a Game Warden showing up because I always had my license. We can live without fear of Christ’s return if we know for certain that we have been saved by the grace of God. Salvation remains forever.

Don’t be afraid, Earl


FBC Happenings

  • This Sundays Sermon “A Rough Start” Acts 13:4-13
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • GriefShare – this Sunday, March 7 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.

New Members

Grant Miles Dwight & Judy Hankins Edward & Lorrie Hollingsworth

Privileged

I was raised with privilege. My privilege had nothing to do with the color of my skin and everything to do with the integrity of my parents. The parents who raised me provided me with a privileged start in becoming the man I am and enjoying the life I live. Their wise choices, high expectations, and sacrificial actions positively impacted my life.

Momma and Daddy got married and stayed married. She was out of high school, and he was out of the navy when they tied the knot at the Mount Tee Pee Baptist Church. “Tiny” and “Sonny” married before they moved in together. Their commitment was before God and to one another. I came along less than two years later and became the first of four children to join their family. We lived in an old frame farmhouse that Daddy renovated multiple times. I don’t think we were poor. At least, we never felt poor.

Momma and Daddy lived their faith and took us to church. Both of them served in multiple ways in the small Baptist churches we attended. We started out in the same church where they married. When it closed, they moved us to the Washington Street Baptist Church in Hobart. We attended faithfully and deepened our relationships with God and with other believers. We were surrounded by very positive influences. Each of us children trusted Christ as Savior. I surrendered to preach during a Spring revival meeting we attended every night.

Momma and Daddy expected us to work and made us mind. They were reasonable in their expectations and gave us a weekly allowance. When they asked us to do something they expected us to do it. When we needed it, they disciplined us. They did not hurt us but did convince us that we didn’t want to come back for more. As we were able, our responsibilities increased. I began going to the job site with Daddy when I was almost 12 years old. He paid me a fair wage, and we developed bonds that last till today.

Were Momma and Daddy perfect? No. Only Jesus lived a perfect life on earth. Still, they did so many things remarkably well as parents who had never read a book on parenting except the Bible. Eventually, the four of us made our own choices about the direction we took in life. We did so as privileged children because we had wonderful parents. I am grateful.

Ephesians 6:2-3, Earl


FBC Happenings

  • This Sundays Sermon “Called By The Holy Spirit” Acts 13:1-4a
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • Membership Matters – this Sunday, February 28 at 10:30 a.m. in the Choir Room
  • GriefShare – this Sunday, February 28 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • Family Movie Night “The Chronicles of Narnia” this Sunday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.

New Member

John Bean

Press On!

Quail season was enjoyable, yet challenging. For some unknown reason, quail were not as plentiful this year as they have been in years past. We didn’t begin hunting until December, due to the coronavirus we both had. On that first day we limited our hunt to the morning at my request. I was still struggling to breath. We only walked about five miles. We walked about ten miles during each of the next three hunts. We ended December with a grand total of ten birds in four hunts while walking thirty-five miles.

The bad start was discouraging but not dissuading. We continued to hunt every week as we made the circuit of fields we hunt every year. The dogs remained excited, and we remained hopeful. Eventually, due to the fact that we did not quit, we found some birds and had a few good hunts. We didn’t fill our freezers, but we will be able to have a few good quail dinners with friends. We made a lot of memories and enjoyed even more. We remember large coveys and successful hunts from years gone by. Good times from yesterday have a way of pushing us through the challenging times of today.

That is exactly what the apostle Paul said about his own Christian life in three short verses (3:12-14). While writing to the church at Philippi, he mentioned twice that he was pressing on and once that he was straining forward. It is significant to note that Paul was writing from prison. Still, he felt very strongly that God’s call on his life was onward and upward. His temporary imprisonment was part of God’s plan for his life. He thanked God for the past, and looked forward to the future.

Believers like Paul are the ones that know God’s best personally and in ministry. There are many times in life when we must “press on” when times get tough. We have all experienced great challenges during the past year. Rather than pausing for a time out, so many of you have continued to strain forward to what lies ahead. God will bless you and His church because of your tenacity. Thank you for not quitting!

Quail cannot be harvested from the recliner. People cannot be reached without faithful Christian servants. Tough times allow us to know the joy pressing on while enjoying the presence of God.

Press on! Earl


FBC Happenings

  • This Sundays Sermon “Surrounded by Evil” Acts 12:18-25
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • GriefShare this Sunday, February 21 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • Observance of The Lord’s Supper – this Sunday, February 21 at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • Family Movie Night “Chronicles of Narnia” on Sunday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.

         

         

         

       

                                               

                                              

Downsizing

Nancy’s dad refinished the antique kitchen cabinet before we married. The neighbors across the street from their home had owned it for many years and painted it periodically. Paint stripper was used in large quantities before arriving at the original oak cabinet and metal flower sifter. He did a phenomenal job, and we treasured his gift.

For years I kept my stereo behind the bottom door of the cabinet and ran the speaker wires through the back to various places in our homes. The house where we have currently lived for 19 years is the eighth place we have lived during our marriage. The cabinet has accompanied us every step of the way. At times it held all our board games. For a few years in Holdenville we used it as a pantry in the kitchen. It always reminded us of Nancy’s dad and was quite the conversation piece.

The cabinet has been in the garage since we moved to Weatherford. We turned it into a tool chest of sorts. It was easy to step into the garage and dig under the hammer and pliers to find the screwdriver in the top drawer. We also kept small cans of paint and a few brushes in the upper part of the cabinet. I reinstalled my stereo and placed the speakers on top of the cabinet. When I fried quail in the garage, I always cranked up the volume on a few vintage cassettes and travelled back in time.

Nancy made the call. She arranged to sell the cabinet and create more space in our garage. We found a place for all the tools and paint. I gave my stereo away. We hauled the cabinet to a local person who gave us a fair price and plans to turn a profit on it. The downsizing of garage items allows for easier entrance and exit with our bicycles. We have not regretted selling the cabinet. It served a variety of wonderful purposes through the decades but became unnecessary.

The same thing happens with programs in ministry. Some programs that serve long and well become unnecessary. The message of the gospel never changes for any church. The programs and methods used to deliver that gospel must adapt to remain effective. God is currently downsizing the inventory of our programs. We won’t miss the programs as long as we get to make disciples.

I love you, Earl


FBC Happenings

  • This Sundays Sermon “Rescued by God” Acts 12:1-17
  • Family Worship and LifeGroups, Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • GriefShare this Sunday, February 14 at 4:30 p.m. in the Parlor
  • Observance of The Lord’s Supper – Sunday, February 21 at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
  • Family Movie Night “Chronicles of Narnia” on Sunday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m.
  • TeamKIDS – Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for Bed Babies – 6th grade
  • The Gathering – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary; live streamed on Facebook at 6:30 p.m., also available on the website at: http://www.fbcweatherford.com by noon on Thursday
  • Services are being posted on the church website, the church YouTube channel at FBC Weatherford Media, and on the church Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.