Hebron Fellowship Baptist Church

Hebron Fellowship

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Weekly Inspirational Podcast

Listen as the pastor of Hebron Fellowship Baptist Church covers topics that will strengthen our connection with God. This weekly devotional will inspire, enlighten, and encourage. Subscribe today!

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  • Doing the Right Thing is Always the Right Thing

    As we continue to seek a closer relationship with God, do not let the challenges of the moment keep us from fulfilling our God given purpose as men and women, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, friends and neighbors. Can you find someone this week that you can be a help to without seeking a reward for it, but just because it is the right thing to do?    Read More...

  • Embrace the Power of Forgiveness

    Embrace your power by unlocking the Power of Forgiveness. In Mark 2, there are four men who traveled with their paralyzed friend and dropped him down through the roof of a building where Jesus was at. Jesus, observing their faith, unleashed the power of forgiveness.   Read More...

  • Seek His Truth

    There is always a chance that what we know may not be what is right. When we blindly follow patterns that have been done before us we become enslaved by the traditions that give birth to actions that may do long term harm for the sake of short term convenience. Facing the truth is simple to say, but more difficult in application.   Read More...

  • Do Your Best

    Never let it be said that you did not attempt your best effort. It is better to have tried your best than to be the best. Jesus said that the woman (Mark 12:41-44) who gave all that she had expressed such great faith that it would be a greater example to us now because she gave all that she had to offer.   Read More...

  • Do Good Work

    As a child, I used to wonder at what point do you have to stop proving your worth or value to others. Whether it was your friends, family, school, or work, it just seemed like no matter how much you accomplished, more was required. Now, it appears that we treat God the same way.   Read More...

  • Born Into It

    The family is the first battleground for souls. Each generation must wage war against the forces of evil that attempt to keep God and Man separated. This battle does not wait for a person to reach a particular age, therefore, it is of the utmost importance to prepare our children for this war that they are born into.   Read More...

  • Give It To God

    Are you the person that everyone seems to turn to? Are you the one that always seems to know what to do and when to do it? Have you ever felt like you have spread yourself too thin as you try to balance all the demands that have been placed on your life?   Read More...

  • Fuel Your Spiritual Fire

    A famous motivational speaker once said that you have to be hungry in order to accomplish a task that is before you. Another well-known philosopher said that necessity was the mother of invention. The Bible says that we should hunger after righteousness.   Read More...

  • Greatness In Greatness Out

    A life of service or ministry can be described in many ways.   It is filled with obstacles like a hurdler faces.  It can require great bursts of energy or effort for short periods of time like a sprinter. It will need strategy that bests suits your strengths like a middle distance or long distance runner.  It has to have a consistency like a marathoner has.  It may call for feats of strength like a weightlifter or acts of daring do like a gymnast or diver.  All in a...  Read More...

  • Prepare For Departure

    The beginning of something new is a time of heightened expectation, nervousness, exhilaration and a realization that what we are about to do we hope to do for a long time.  The arrival of a new child is one of the most anticipated moments of our life.  It is also true that as we look forward to their arrival we immediately start preparing them for their departure.   Read More...

  • Something Worth Fighting For

    There is a battle being fought that bombs cannot overcome, medicine cannot cure, alcohol cannot numb, philosophy cannot out-think and physical activity cannot sweat away. The battlefield is covered with the carcasses of those who used these weapons of warfare and were defeated. This battle is taking place on the spiritual battlefield known as our heart.   Read More...

  • Choose Your Words Wisely

    The things that we do and the things that we say are best expressed through love.  Love is clearly the capacity to meet someone else’s needs.  Ephesians 4:15 tells us that when we speak we should do it truthfully and in love.   Read More...

  • Appreciate What You Have

    Don’t let the expectation of a gift ruin the gift for you.  When looking forward to something it would be wise to keep a good perspective on what it is.  The descendants of Israel were expecting the savior to come into this kingdom like the kingdoms they could see, not understanding that He came to prepare them for His Kingdom which is eternal.   Read More...

  • Be a Friend that Lasts

    There is a certain amount of joy in developing new relationships with people.  There is the initial phase that starts with so much hope and possibility.  Then, there is the reality phase that reveals differences that are adjusted to.   Read More...

  • Freight Pre-Paid

    Decorations, smiles, people moving about with someone else in mind. All the external signs of the holiday season are afoot. Have you given thought to why people are so joyful at this time of year?   Read More...

  • Give God What He Gave You

    Many years ago there was a television variety show that concluded with a song that says, “…seems like we just got started and before you know it comes the time we have to say so long.”  We are perpetually engaged in endings and beginnings.  As soon as one activity  ends, and a new one begins, we can reflect and prepare for the opportunities that have passed and the new ones that will be coming.  Sing unto the Lord a new song that will light up the darkness ...  Read More...

  • Shine Shine Shine

    There are days you feel like you can run through a brick wall and then there are days that you feel like a feather can knock you over. No matter what day you are having today, understand that someone is looking at you to show them how to handle their day. Christians were meant to stand out.   Read More...

  • Stand With the Father

    The difference between success and failure can be measured by how often a person can complete what is before them. Parenting in a society that does not condone discipline on the front side of life but believes in punishment on the backside through incarceration, indebtedness, or emotional distress as an adult, is one of those difficult routes that we must walk to prepare future generations for success. It is not always the easiest route that is taken but it is the one that comes to completion th...  Read More...

  • Discipling is a Process

    Where does Evangelism end and Discipleship begin? Most of the time these two items are treated as mutually exclusive from one another. The reality is they possess a relationship that occupies the same space, some would say they have synergy.   Read More...

  • Live to Love

    I Corinthians 13 tell us that the greatest thing we can have is love. Sometimes, we get so busy doing the things we do that we forget why we do what we do. God gave us his only Son because of the love he has for us.   Read More...

  • Live to Love

    I Corinthians 13 tell us that the greatest thing we can have is love. Sometimes, we get so busy doing the things we do that we forget why we do what we do. God gave us his only Son because of the love he has for us.   Read More...

  • Stand Up Great Teacher!

    The competition for the souls of our children is at an all-time high.  If we are to see them enjoy the type of life full of God’s abundant blessing, along with the peace and joy that comes with that, then, we must take decisive action to make sure that they develop a healthy view of God, the world, the devil and themselves.  Just as they are vaccinated against physical diseases we are compelled to give our children a spiritual vaccination that will help them grow as a person and ...  Read More...

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