Our first encounter with the Messick family was when they stayed in our home during furlough over two years ago. After traveling over 1,600 miles from Colorado to Pennsylvania with 5 children ages 3 to 13 in tow, we were certain that they would be exhausted and...
Over the years I’ve seen my share of potentially divisive issues in the church. Perhaps because I grew up in a more liberal church tradition, my sympathies have tended to fall more on the side of Christian liberty and the freedom we have in the gospel. To...
The cords of death encompassed me ... In my distress I called upon the LORD ...  Then the earth reeled and rocked ... Psalm 18:4-7 How do the above words grab your attention? Are they relevant to our present situation? In the midst of a...
After George Floyd was killed by a white police officer, a fresh wave of outrage over race relations washed over the United States. This outrage was displayed by peaceful protests, destructive riots, and blacked out social media profiles.  I asked Church Planter Los...
It was about 1 am Saturday morning when it struck me: “This is not just a challenge, it is an opportunity, an opportunity to lead!”

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The Fellowship of Believers Fellowship It’s part of who we are. Important enough that it’s in our name – the Bible Fellowship Church. We are called by God to live in community with other believers (Heb. 10:24-25). We’re not to...
Our churches used a variety of technology tools during the stay at home order. Here is what we have learned about technology in the life of the church.
Find out what each Bible Fellowship Church decided to do about virtual communion during the recent quarantine. Why did some want to wait? Why did others continue to observe the Lord's Supper virtually?
By Rachel Kessler My journey to adoption started in high school. I remember sitting in a specialist’s office as they delivered the news to my mother and me that I would never bear children. I remember my mother crying and I remember...