taking the gospel message

to southern hunt county and the world

Why We Stream Our Service online

Reach Seekers
Live video streaming allows you to reach people you are never reached before. Take a moment to imagine someone who has never set foot in a church, whose parents never spoke about God, and whose friends don't identify with religion. Still, that person might be curious about the Bible and wants to learn more. Though we have all driven by hundreds of churches, most people who fit this description will start their search on Google instead of walking through the doors of a church. Showing your services online shows them a glimpse of the community they could join.

Connect with People Who Are Home Sick
On an average Sunday morning, most churches in America could fill the rosters of several baseball teams with people who have stayed home - either because they are sick or because they are caring for someone one who is. One of the most practical and consistently relevant applications of streaming is that it allows the 34-year-old mother to stay at home with her coughing 6- year-old while still tuning into take part in her weekly Bible study.

Share Important Moments
Every year, a church hosts hundreds of important events - weddings, holiday concerts, bible studies, and more. Sometimes, however, the people who want to be there just can not make it. Being able to watch the event streamed live lets these people share those important moments, despite their physical distance.

Bless Faraway Soldiers
Your community members are not confined to the walls of your church...your ministry should not be either. Soldiers and missionaries are valued members of our community and should stay connected. Live video streaming is a special tool that can bring them the comfort of home, even when they're out on the field serving a duty to their country or bringing others closer to Christ. The ability to tune into your church online can bless them in a special way, even when they're thousands of miles away.

Get inspired

Welcome New Families
Before believers move to a new area, they are often searched online for the new church they can join. After all, a church is a haven for anyone new to a community. Showcasing your sermons and services online makes them more comfortable with who you are, what you are about, and what they should expect from your ministry; it lets new families see if your church is the right fit for them.

Final Thoughts
The goal of any church is to reach people and touch lives.
By streaming your services and other events, your are able to take your ministry beyond the walls of your church, connecting with more people than ever before.
(Source: https://www.boxcast.com/blog/top-5-reasons-your-church-should-be-live-streaming)

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First Time Guest

I'll always remember the first day I went to FBC,West Tawakoni. I felt at easy was greeted with kidness and now call it my home with my church family. The fellowship ship is such a comfort, no judgement, just very loving, careing group of people. Pastor Lonnie Erwin is awesome man of God. His sermons are always so inlighting and makes you leave church with a better understanding of God's words. The whole experience and environment of this small ,but faithful group of followers of the Lord is so powerful and I am honored to be a member.

Attending Church Is a Must

Attend Chruch

God says so. God tells us in his Word to "not give up meeting together" (Heb. 10:25).

Worshipping Jesus together is powerful.

fellowship of Believers

We need Christian community. All of us long for community and connection with others.

share The Love

We grow more together than alone. It can be messy when we step into each other's lives.

find your inner spirit

Teaching Notes

04/1/2020 Ephesians Chapter 1
04/15/2020 Ephesians Chapter 2
04/21/2020 Ephesians Chapter 3
04/22/2020 Ephesians Chapter 4
04/29/2020 Ephesians Chapter 5
05/06/2020 Ephesians Chapter 6
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