Church Blog

Our Governor has closed schools in Tennessee until April 24th in an attempt to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Desiring to be good citizens and neighbors in our state and especially our local community, our church will also...

March 21, 2020 Dear Church Family, As we all adjust to our “new normal” with the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we hope and pray that your family is healthy and everyone is continuing the recommended social distancing. Hopefully, with all of...

Our church council met last night, making sure to practice social distancing as well as using conference call technology. The council is unified in our belief that our church is OPEN! It is not closed! This is a theological truth, that...

I don't want this to be the Coronavirus Channel 24/7, but it's the forefront of all our minds right now. And it's our minds that I'm really concerned about. Jesus told his followers "do not worry about tomorrow" because "your heavenly...

As many of you know, the World Health Organization has labeled the COVID-19 outbreak a Pandemic. Information and developments are very fluid and we are being attentive to how these changes impact our area. The Clinton City and Anderson County Schools...

We have entered a new normal--at least for a while. The World Health Organization has declared the COVID-19 virus a pandemic. Vacation destinations and athletic events are announcing they are closing for the forseeable future. The most dramatic event for basketball fans...

First Baptist Church family and friends, Yesterday our governor held a press conference indicating the first confirmed case of the Coronavirus in our state. So, I thought it would be a good time to touch base about what we are doing...

This is the favorite time of year for college basketball fans, as 68 teams make their way into the NCAA tournament “on the road to the final four.” I’m not a basketball fan except for one or two teams, but there’s...