This Week's Need to Know!

This Week's Need to Know!

“Shall Not the Judge of All the Earth Do What is Just?” Genesis 18:22-33
Taught by: Tom Clabaugh

Bible From the Ground Up: As Christians, it's crucial to cultivate a desire for reading the Bible. Yet, many of us often feel overwhelmed by various factors. However, delving into the Bible allows us to intimately know God—what a privilege! In this class, my aim is to enhance our reading and comprehension of God's Word. To achieve this goal, we will adopt two approaches: first, a comprehensive overview focusing on creating a structured reading plan, understanding the nature of the Bible, and its composition; second, a detailed examination of interpreting and comprehending specific passages of Scripture. This week’s topic is “Studying the Bible” and the class will be led by Pastor Aaron. (Classroom 2)
Surviving Religion 101: Whether it is through social media, college, or simply life, young adults face many questions and challenges to their faith. These questions are not without answers. Pastor Robbie and Pastor Stuart are leading high school and college students through this discussion-based study of scripture and the book titled, “Surviving Religion 101” by Michael Kruger. We worship a God who is big enough for our questions and loving enough to care for us in our doubts. This class will meet downstairs in the Youth Room.
Genesis Q&A: This class will be formatted as a question-and-answer time where the questions that you have can be submitted on Sunday and discussed during Sunday School. There will be a QR code on your bulletin on Sunday Morning that you can scan and then submit your questions anonymously. After the service, during Sunday School we will sit down and dialogue through your questions together, diving deeper into God’s Word. Be sure to submit your questions on Sunday and join Tom after the service. (MPR)

Just a reminder that we will continue to have our pre-service fellowship time every Sunday morning starting at 8:30a.m. We will have coffee and donuts made available. Come early to fellowship and get to know your fellow brothers and sisters!

Rain or Shine! We will be having our Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, March 23rd from 10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m. here at BWBC! We are looking forward to seeing how God will use this event to reach families and kiddos in our community. We still have a few slots open for people to serve so if you are interested in helping with this event, please click here to sign up! If you are planning on serving outside, be sure to dress according to the weather.

Annie Armstrong was a woman who spoke up for missions and missionaries growing involvement of churches all over to pray, give and go into missions. 100% of the money given to this offering support thousands of missionaries serving in church planting and compassion ministries! If you are interested in supporting and giving, there will be offering slips at the Welcome desk and on the table in the back of the sanctuary. To learn more about this offering click here!

The Habakkuk Women’s Study is running every Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. and Friday mornings at 10:30 a.m. (childcare provided at the morning meeting). They are reading through the book verse by verse studying how Habakkuk discovers how God is faithful to deliver his people from trouble in His own way and time. Sign up for the study by clicking here! If you’d like to volunteer to help with childcare, please click here!

Grief Share is every Tuesday evening at the church starting at 6:45 p.m. in Classroom 2. During the sessions, we will focus on the hope and healing that is found in the truth offered through gospel. If you are interested in joining us, sign up by clicking here!

We will not be meeting for Wednesday Evening Service on 03/27/2024 due to the Good Friday Service that week.

Our next Bibles and Breakfast will meet on March 28th at 7AM at Restless Oaks to eat breakfast while studying God’s Word learning how to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ"(2 Peter 3:18).

Big Woods will have a Good Friday service on Friday, March 29th from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00p.m. Join us as we remember and praise God for what our Lord and Savior did on the cross, taking our punishment as part of his perfect plan of salvation!

We will be having our Easter Sunday service during our normal Sunday Morning Worship Service starting at 9:00AM on Sunday, March 31st. We invite you to invite your friends and family to join us as we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior!

Our Garage Guys will be meeting Thursday, April 4th at 6:00 p.m. All men are invited to meet at the garage of Dave Frankenberger (1930 Long Run Road, Mill Hall).

On April 6th from 8am – 12pm, Men’s Ministry will be cooking up breakfast and hosting another productive workday here at the church. We have quite a list of projects on the docket so if you are interested, please sign up here! Most of the projects are listed at the end of the sign-up form so be sure to check it out!

AIM is for moms of children ages 0-18 and will meet the 2nd Thursday of the month. Meetings will be Thursdays 10:30am-12:00pm and 6:30pm-8:00pm. Childcare will be provided for daytime meetings. The next AIM meetings are on April 11th. For more information, please contact

The next Ladies’ Prayer Gathering will be Saturday, April 13th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am. Come and be blessed by yet another personal story of a life saved by faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ. Saturday prayer is an intimate time of blessing and joy…and even includes coffee and sweets!

Our March Book of the Month is Forgiven by Tim Chester. We live in uncertain times. Our society is changing rapidly and many of us feel left behind. How can we face the future with confidence?
In these resurrection meditations that prepare us for Easter, Tim Chester reassures our fearful hearts by pointing us to the Lord Jesus and his finished work. Guiding us through the later chapters of Hebrews, these devotions remind us that, when everything around us is turning and churning, we can fix our eyes on Jesus, the anchor of our souls. This short devotional style book, Forgiven, reminds us of what Jesus accomplished on the cross!

Psalm 78:4 says, “Tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lᴏʀᴅ.” To this end, we have added to our recommended books a kid's section! We are convinced that books are among the greatest tools at our disposal to help us “train up a child in the way he should go” (Proverbs 22:6). So, we've added intentionally selected books that are biblically faithful and help us teach our younger minds. These books teach big truths about God in age-appropriate ways. They are simple without being simplistic and show the beauty of the gospel. These books will remind our children—and ourselves as we read them—to set their hope in God.
Whether you are looking for gospel saturated bedtime reading, something to read around the dinner table, or just something fun to read, these books are available to you! You may borrow them by checking them out or keep them for a donation to help us keep good books on the shelf! Take up and read and may we faithfully teach the next generation.