Here...FBC Community Garden
We invite you to donate new and good quality used garden tools. Cash donations and gift cards to Home Depot or Lowes can also be used to purchase the tools we need. The Community Garden Ministry Team thanks you for your support of this local outreach mission.
2014 Adopt-a-Plot Agreement Form
2014 Adopt-a-Plot Registration Form
2014 Adopt-a-Plot Background Check Form
Plano Children's Medical Clinic
Plano Homeless and Hungry Ministry
During the cold winter months, our friends have greatly appreciated your generous donations of warm clothing.
The Student Department (7th-12th grades), many Sunday School classes, the Breakfast Bunch members, and other groups and individuals have contributed in significant ways to this ministry. Donations of pre-packaged ready-to-eat food, blankets and season-appropriate clothing are always accepted. New socks are especially appreciated.
For more information, contact Tim Kurth (469-226-1834) or John Reglin (972-423-8558).
Primera Iglesia Bautista (Plano, TX)
Not far from here...
A long ways from here...
Blankets for Zacatecas
Please designate “Blankets” on your envelope to be sure it reaches the correct missions project fund.
To the ends of the earth...
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"The world is bigger than you think - God is bigger than you know - God's call on your life is greater than you've understood." Jesus' words to Simon in Luke 5:10 foreshadow the remainder of the big fisherman's life: "Don't be afraid; from now on you will catch men."
The world, our God, His call. In 2004, our congregation took significant steps as we began to participate with the Baptist World Alliance in new ways. Rather than participating through surrogate organizations, we began to contribute directly to the BWA when the fundamentalist leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention withdrew financial support and quit because they could not control the direction of the BWA when the delegates allowed the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship to join. After the Baptist General Convention of Texas joined the Baptist World Alliance, our pastor was asked to serve as a member of the Genereal Council of the BWA, representing Texas Baptists and our church. The General Council is the decision-making body of the BWA.
What is the BWA? The Baptist World Alliance is a fellowship of 214 Baptist conventions and unions comprising a membership of more than 37 million baptized believers. The BWA unites Baptists worldwide, leads in world evangalism, responds to people in need, defends human rights, and promotes theological reflection.
In October 2009, Dr. Neville Callam, General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, preached at FBC Plano - encouraging us from the Woprd of God to be faithful in taking the Gospel to the whole world.
A German named Johann Gerhard Oncken was baptized in 1834 and helped form a church in Hamburg. He traveled across Europe, where state churches had effectively prevented "free church" expression to share the gospel. When asked if he was a missionary, he responded, "Jeder Baptist ein Missionar" (Every Baptist is a missionary").
The world. Our God. His call. Let's get after it!