Bible Baptist Church

11 Lakeview Ave.

St. Charles Missouri

May - June 2021

After This...

Film producer, writer and comedian, Woody Allen, has said, “I’m not afraid of dying; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.”

But he will be there; and then what? That is a question that a lot of people (I would even dare say all people) would like the answer to. It was a question posed by the earliest book written in the Bible by a man named Job. “If a man die, shall he live again?” (Job 14:14)

This month and next (May and June) we are going to look at that important question and others related to it in a series titled, “After this”. The ‘This’ in the title of course is our earthly life. We will address questions about Heaven, Hell and leaving a godly Heritage. These are very important matters for each of us to consider; because, after all, life is brief and eternity is long. We should take some time to think about where we will spend it! Please join us ‘for Heaven’s sake’!

During these two months we will also be celebrating several important events: Mother’s Day, Graduates Day, Memorial Day and Father’s Day. We will have ‘baby dedication’ on Mother’s Day, and a special recognition of our graduates on May 23rd.

Our church will be introducing a new ministry to our community called ‘Pray and Go’. The program will be described on Wednesday, May 19th by our associate pastor Brad Harris. On Sunday evenings there will be a four week Bible study for men at 6:00 starting May 16th.

As you can see we are very busy in spite of some of the restrictions that are still in place around us. We continue to urge responsible and respectful behavior, but at the same time want to encourage folks to ‘not forsake the gathering of themselves together’ because we believe the ‘day is approaching’ (the day of our Lord’s return).

We look forward to having you worship with us. If you have any questions or need further details please do not hesitate to connect with us by phone or email. (Information is available on the ‘Contact Us’ tab at the top of this page.

Looking Forward and Looking Up,

Pastor Parks