Intercessor Team Update – December

For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age, while we wait for the blessed hope – the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us to redeem us from all wickedness and to purify for himself a people that are his very own, eager to do what is good. – Titus 2:11-15

Just think of it. The one thing the human race needed God Himself delivered that holy night in Bethlehem continuing on to Golgotha. Jesus’ birth was God’s gift and totally overwhelmed the angels in this display of gracious power and love never seen before. Jesus is the Living Word and presents Himself as a gift to individual souls whom He seeks to save and bless. And so we fix our spiritual eyes upon Jesus as we await His return. As we focus on Christ, the source of hope, peace, joy and love we experience something of the divine right now. We can have all we want because it depends on Him. Take time to consider God’s Gift to you this season. He is still delivering Himself to the world. Let us hope in Him and display to the world the difference He makes in our lives. 

Please join us in thanksgiving and prayer:

• God’s purpose for FLBCS might be advanced as more students follow God’s leading to the campus and fill it to capacity for Kingdom blessing and their own
• God’s provision and His hand of protection for the campus and students
• Students to find church homes where they may discover joy in Kingdom service opportunities
• The seventh Annual Friends of FLBCS Banquet on November 10 was informative and inspirational
• “Night of Worship” November 16th on Campus with 75 youth attending
• A handful of new students starting their FLBC journey this spring semester

Upcoming campus events: *register at flbc.edu/events

• December 15 – January 8: Semester Break pray for safe travels – opportunities to share 
• January 9: FLBCS Semester begins 
• *January 11-13: Seminary Symposium on writings of early Christians and Church Fathers 
• *February 8-10: Spotlight on Missions

Please keep up-to-date with us at flbc.edu and encourage others to do so. Thank you for uniting in reaching out to 
others and connecting them with our shared vision and passion. May Christ’s Church be a formidable force building His Kingdom, secure the future of the next generation and ultimately bring glory to Him. Thank you, our intercessors, for praying back to God what He has placed in your heart.

On behalf of our Intercessor Team,  

Pastor Wayne Hjermstad

FLBC

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