Month: June 2022

FBBC Classic Car Show

Faith Baptist Bible College is hoping to host a Classic Car Show in conjunction with Homecoming on Saturday, October 8th.  If anyone has a Cool Classic Car they’d be willing to show on the Faith Campus, please contact Mark Felderman, feldermanm@faith.edu, or call (515) 964-0601, ext.  232.

FBBC Baseball Bus Trip

Saturday, July 16th Faith is sponsoring their first baseball bus trip to Minneapolis to see the Twins and the White Sox play!  They have just a few tickets left and the price is $75 each, which includes the bus (Faith Minibus) and game tickets,  The bus will Leave Faith at 8AM and make a stop at the Clear Lake exit to pick up additional passengers. Click here to purchase tickets or find more information!

Pastor Brad Hansen Retirement

Pastor Brad Hansen and his wife Marie will be retiring from their ministry at Floris Baptist Church in Floris, Iowa at the end of June. Brad started serving God as a young husband and father in his local church, First Baptist Church of Brayton. He eventually started ministry at Iowa Regular Baptist Camp as a maintenance man in 1990. God further led him to pursue a degree at Faith Baptist Bible College and he became a pastor in 2000. Brad has served in pastoral ministry for 22 years at the following Iowa churches: Independent Bible Church of Bussey, Community Regular Baptist Church of Bussey, and Floris Baptist Church of Floris. Upon retirement, Brad and Marie will be moving closer to family in Omaha, Nebraska. They look forward to spending time with family, especially their fourteen grandchildren, and serving the church as God allows. Please pray for Brad and Marie as they transition to retirement after many years of faithful ministry!

Fellowship Hosts “Back to School Bash”

Fellowship recently partnered with an elementary school just half a block from their building. Pastor Dan Vance explains:

“We were really looking forward to the event, but we hit a snag in the planning phase. The administration was worried about the legal implications of our ‘evangelism tent’ in which we were planning to present the wordless book with families while they waited to use an inflatable obstacle course.

Thankfully, the Lord allowed us to strike a compromise – the evangelism/inflatable would be on the church lawn with everything else in the schoolyard. Although we were nervous about the ‘split location,’ God answered our many prayers and 125 people sat down at the evangelism tent.

In the end, we made many new contacts in the community and gained immense goodwill from the school while working alongside their staff. We praise God for blessing this outreach!”