A Statement from Fellowship Elders
on January 14th, 2021
We recognize Jesus as the way, the truth, and the life. Our mission is to follow him in the way he commanded. And, Jesus is love.  Read More
The Generosity Test
on January 5th, 2021
However, once God chose to have his son leave Heaven and come to Earth as a baby, he gave up many of these resources of wealth, just as Pastor Joe taught last from Philippians 2. In doing so, Christ Jesus became poor. He generously gave up all those resources for you and me. If we choose (like the Macedonians) to receive the gift of Jesus, that gift will bring us up out of our poverty of sin.   Read More
Everyone Sent
on December 8th, 2020
I love that Fellowship has the word missionary in our name. This fact means several different things. It means we are part of the Missionary Church, USA denomination. It also means that we have a history of sending and supporting missionaries across the globe. But to me, it has always meant more than just these important things.  Read More
Everyone Empowered
on December 1st, 2020
By the standards of worldly definition, these men have no “title” that makes them more important than any others in our body, and they wouldn’t boast in what they’ve done or do as to pedestal themselves. Instead, they would say that as they prayed in that moment, they felt empowered by The Holy Spirit to stand in His strength and in partnership with Him to pray boldly and to uphold the body fervently.   Read More
Everyone Reconciled
on November 16th, 2020
In Christ and only through Christ, can we be reconciled back into right relationship with God, each other, and the world around us. Consequently, no worldly division, conflict or bias should easily separate members of Christ's body. Paul himself says, if God is for (reconciling) us, then who can divide us?  Read More
FMC Values - Part One
on November 12th, 2020
Join Pastor Joe and Becky Baker as they discuss Fellowship's core values and what it would look like to be a community of believers who believed and acted as though everyone was worthy of love.  Read More

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