Month: November 2020

2021 Men’s Leadership Conference

Walnut Ridge Baptist Church invites you to save the date of Friday and Saturday January 29-30, 2021 to attend their 2021 Men’s Leadership Conference!  They have been in prayer about how or when to proceed with the event after the necessary cancellation in 2020 due to COVID-19. They have decided to go forward in faith and trust. 

Will you pray with them and invite your men to join in this wonderful opportunity to grow in their walk with the Lord?

The 2021 theme is “Marks of a Great Leader ”.  Once again, Dr. Jim Tillotson, President of Faith Baptist Bible College & Theological Seminary, is confirmed as the speaker.  Dr. Tillotson is a gifted speaker, speaking at conferences and churches throughout the country.  We are excited see what God will do!

Flyers for Bulletin Inserts
Bio of Dr. Jim Tillotson
Power Point Slides – If you would like these please email
8 ½ x 11 Poster
11 x 17 Posters
Sign Up Sheet
*Please encourage men to sign up online at on or before January 15th, 2021.
*Please email a copy of names that use the handwritten sign up sheet on or before January 15th, 2021.

FBBC Thanksgiving Concert

Faith Announces Thanksgiving Concert Details

UPDATE: Governor Reynolds is requiring masks during all campus events and activities where more than 25 people are present through December 10. See the full announcement here.

As we churn closer to the end of 2020 and reflect on a year filled with challenges, we still have so much to be thankful for. In a normal year, we would be anticipating our Festival of Carols concert, an annual tradition at Faith each December. Because of the events of 2020, we have changed the traditional Festival of Carols concert to a Thanksgiving Concert, which will be held Friday and Saturday, November 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. in the Nettleton Center.This concert will feature a variety of sacred selections presented by the Chorale, the Chamber Choir, the Handbell Ensemble, and the Faith Community Orchestra. Similar to Festival of Carols events of the past, there will be multiple opportunities for congregational singing.To better manage the number of guests in attendance for social distancing, we will be using a free ticket system for all attendees. Guests will reserve groups of five seats, which will be either five chairs or five spots on the bleachers, all physically distanced in the auditorium. The ticket five-packs are now available! Seating will not be assigned but will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis the night of each event.More information, along with health and distancing guidelines, can be found on our Thanksgiving Concert event page. Tickets can be obtained electronically through this link. Please remember that tickets will be required for entrance and that seating will not be assigned but on a first-come, first-served basis the night of each event. Our Thanksgiving Concert will also be livestreamed for those who are not able to attend.